By Joshua Farnsworth As a historical furniture maker, I absolutely love woodworking with wide boards like many of the furniture maker of the past.
About Joshua FarnsworthJoshua loves mixing his passion for woodworking with his ability to teach in a simple manner. He lives on a small farm in Earlysville, Virginia with his wife and four children, and builds furniture and teaches woodworking classes in his workshop.
By Joshua Farnsworth In the above video I've shared 10 amazing woodworking shops that belong to woodworkers that I've interviewed. One of the things
By Joshua Farnsworth In this video and article I’ll teach you how I install these vintage-style hasps, so I can put a padlock on
By Joshua Farnsworth In this article, and the above video, I show my simple 4 step method for adding historical style hinges onto a
By Joshua Farnsworth In this article, and the above video, I show my method for turning inexpensive, zinc-coated hinges and screws from your hardware
In this video (part 2) Dave Heller continues showing the process for making historical cabriole chair legs out of pear wood. Dave is a
In this video (part 1) Dave Heller shows the process for making historical cabriole chair legs out of pear wood. Dave is a furniture
In this video Will Myers shows how to attach the slab top of a portable Moravian workbench using a historical method called blind pegging.
In this video Dave Heller gives a great introduction to geometric marquetry using beautiful veneer wood species. Dave is a furniture maker based in