Sculpting some live edge patches on the walnut slab headboard with a spoke shave. Mimicking the twists and curves is challenging, but very fun. Our work is usually very geometric, so working organic twists and contours is a nice change of pace.
by onetawoodworks 1 year ago | via Instagram

Live edge cookies sanded smooth after coming off the slab jig. Wild figure in this end grain. These will be coffee table tops. Next step is a lot of keys. Free t-shirt for the first person to correctly identify this specie!
by onetawoodworks 1 year ago | via Instagram

Nice stacks of parts at the dovetailin' station. Making several boxes for @bloodrootblades out of a few different species. We love jobs like this!
by onetawoodworks 1 year ago | via Instagram

Working on some sound diffuser panel samples for the old Georgian hotel ballroom. This space is cavernous and has a tile floor, so it's really loud inside. Hopefully we'll be able to work out one of these samples for a ceiling treatment above the bar, we
by onetawoodworks 1 year ago | via Instagram

Finishing up a pair of mobile work tables for the @creaturecomfortsbeer offices. Cherry slabs match the conference table we delivered a few weeks ago. These were fun little tables to make, sculpting the live edges to get the contours to match up precisely
by onetawoodworks 1 year ago | via Instagram