Lisnavagh Timber Project Forum

Irish Hardwood Timber => Getting started => : john_L 12 April, 2005, 13:53



: Getting started
: john_L 12 April, 2005, 13:53
I am interseted in getting started as a hobby, working with wood making clocks ,mirror's, pen holders ect and would welcome some advice on the basics needed to get started eg. best types of wood and tools required ???

ps what a fab web site have it listed under favourites all
on its own :) )


: Re: Getting started
: Woodmaster 12 April, 2005, 20:26
John

You are more than welcome to come here and have a look at the different woods that we have in stock (you don't have to buy anything!).  I can also show you around the workshop and discuss some of the tools, what they do, and so on.   Please ring me beforehand (059 9161784) to arrange a suitable date & time.

If anyone else reading this feels that it would be useful if we ran a course on woods, woodworking, tools & equipment, etc., please could you leave a mesage on this forum.   If there is enough interest, we will gladly run a course.

Thanks.

William Bunbury


: Re: Getting started
: john L 15 April, 2005, 08:55

 Thanks William I would be delighted to take you
 up on your offer and will ring you as soon as possible
to arrange a suitable time.thanks again :)


: little help
: pedrotti 26 September, 2005, 13:41
hello there,

i am looking for information in the form of a list of native hardwoods from ireland and the basic colour of the timber. any help would be greatly appreciated.

pete  


: Re: Getting started
: Niall 21 June, 2006, 11:59
Hi

I would be really intrested in doing a course in any way shape or form related to Carpentry but it is extremly difficult as I have a 9 - 5 job and courses are few and far between. I would even be intrest in getting work experience from a furniture maker if someone was only kind enough to show me a few things.

By the way love the site and have to come vist some day and pick up some material.


: Re: Getting started
: geoff_tulip 04 July, 2006, 16:18
if you are interested in woodturning lessons you are welocome to drop me an email - you can contcat me through my website

www.geocities.com/tulipwoodcrafts


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