I am a professional woodworker, specializing in designing items just for you to solve your problems and help make your life better. I'm located at 118 E Ridgeview Dr., Bloomington, Indiana.
You can reach me at 812-325-9823 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Hoosier Woodworks on Journey IndianaThe local PBS station did a short flick of me working on a canoe.
We are suspending all wodworking classes during this C-19 outbreak. Stay Safe.
Online StoreWelcome to my store. All items are handmade by me, now with FREE SHIPPING !!!
Flag CasesProtect and display the burial flag of your fallen veteran, firefighter or law enforcement officer in this handcrafted flag case made here, in the USA. Made from American black cherry or maple this case is made to the highest standards using dovetailed reinforced corner joints, not only for strength and durability, but also for its unique beauty. The beautiful, rich grain pattern is protected with (...more)
White Oak Soap RestExtend the life of your favorite bath soap with this white oak soap rest. White oak is the strongest, most rot-resistant wood in North America and will last for years. Wide, deep grooves allow water to drain away and air to circulate around your bar of soap, extending its useful life. No more “gucky” (...more)
Bullet PensThis unique pen is made from two of the most popular rifle bullets in the US: The Springfield .30-06 and the Winchester .308. The .308-06 bullet is a 30 caliber round introduced to the US Army in 1906, replacing the earlier .30-03. It remained in service through World War I, World War II, the Koren War, and the Vietnam War. The .30-06 developed a strong following among big game (...more)
Wood BlocksA local food columnist "just loves the feel and balance" of these forks. Handmade from local hard maple, these forks are a pleasure to use; toss a salad, stir roasting walnuts or sweat some onions. Finished with a little coat of walnut oil (will NOT go rancid, NOT made from petroleum). (...more)
Scrap WoodI just can’t throw this away. I’m hoping some creative crafters can use this mixed box of mostly hardwoods, oaks, cherry, maple, walnut, some pine and cabinet plywood to make some interesting and cool things. Teachers may want a box of scrap wood for building projects, ecology lessons, and science lessons or “just to keep the little angels occupied for ten minutes!” All different shapes and sizes, unsanded, (...more)
Happy Spring !!!!