A Couple of Celtic-influenced Projects




celtic knotwork
I don’t all the time
publish holiday-themed initiatives, however hey – with my heritage, I
can’t cross up the chance to share some Celtic knotwork
in celebration the Emerald isle.

So listed here are a pair woodworking articles from our archives
that function Celtic carving (although the “Peasant Chair” has a
distinctly Moravian taste to all however the carved again).

Each the “Celtic Love Spoon” and the “Peasant Chair” predate
our digital recordsdata, so I’ve supplied PDFs for obtain beneath.


PeasantChair.pdf


CelticLoveSpoon.pdf

And should you reside so long as you need, and by no means need as lengthy
as you reside.

— Megan
Fitzpatrick


P.S. For those who’re
on the lookout for a extra concerned Irish mission, try the

June 2012 issue
– the “Sligo Chair” featured on the
cowl, by Don Weber, has it’s origins within the 16th century.
The carving on the prime of the again is simply attractive.



CATEGORIES
PWM Shop Blog, Woodworking Blogs

Megan Fitzpatrick

About Megan Fitzpatrick

Megan is the editor and content material director of Well-liked
Woodworking Journal. She prefers utilizing hand instruments as a result of
they not often make loud noises. Until they fall off the bench.

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