I had a nice woodshop in our last house in Corpus Christi, TX. This was my ‘man cave’. It was nothing fancy but it was a place where Cody and I could go to get away and enjoy making sawdust.
My first real big project was this cool rocking cradle for my first grandson Gage. Here I am, in March 2004, celebrating completion of this project with a glass of Llano Shiraz.
In November 2004, I started working on a high chair for Gage. This was going to be his Christmas Present from Papa.
I started with a stack of Red Oak.Which was transformed to this.Then I took another stack of wood.The species represented here included (from top left) Ash, then down to Zebra and Mahogany. Yellow Heart is in the bottom right, then up to Purple Heart, Cherry at the top right then left to Cocobola.
From this, I cut a bunch of smaller pieces.These pieces then had to be put together to complete the intarsia puzzle.The final result looked like this.Gage liked his present.And, while I was busy in my man cave, G’Mee was busy in her sewing studio. This is a 3-D applique quilt she made for Gage.Thanks for stopping by, y’all come back now.