A fellow woodworker of ours reached out to us with a very special request. A colleague of his, a Director at Winterthur (a Museum in Delaware), was retiring and he wanted something special made. The auditorium there was recently renovated and he was able to acquire some of the Walnut Read More
Every now and again, we’ll get an unusual but really cool request. This one was for 3 (but we made four) simple dice about 3 inches square for a quilter. These dice are used to randomly select patterns and pieces to create quilts that don’t follow a standard and create Read More
A friend of Marc’s had an uncommon desire for a shoehorn, not something that most without a higher appreciation for good shoes have, and reached out about finding something handcrafted instead of purchasing a plastic or mass-manufactured piece from online. Working with their goals and ideas, this set was found, Read More
Some may remember a Facebook post about this particular piece a while ago. Marc was able to mount and turn the outside of the piece, but both Marc and Bryan had a difficult time working to hollow out the bowl. After taking some additional classes and experimenting we’ve completed it! Read More
One of the many kitchen or house oriented items that can be crafted, a bottle open that wasn’t easily lost was needed. Bryan found an Acrylic spindle blank that worked and crafted the above! #ChesswoodDesigns
We had some pens donated to a local auction, and unfortunately one was tinkered with in a fashion that broke some of the internal parts. We got it back from the client and Bryan ordered replacements parts to ensure the client had a working pen again!
Friends of ours requested Seam Ripper and Fabric Pencil combo kits with Slitherin inspired colors. Poking around the Acrylic colors available, Bryan was able to find a beautiful black, bright green, and silver swirl that perfectly matched what they were looking for!
Hey y’all! It’s taken a bit, but we’ve got the basics together for our website. Mostly it contains a gallery of images for the pieces we’ve made, in addition to Facebook and Etsy links, but it’s the first step towards having a more centralized space for us to reach out Read More