Category Archives: Woodwork
I like making things in wood, so it is worth working through the design of a wooden mast. A mast needs to be as light and thin as possible so large defects in the wood such as knots cannot be … Continue reading
My Wanderer is about 40 years old. The centreboard isn’t the easiest thing to inspect or get out, plus it is deep so hits things. Overall the condition was fine but the tip had seen better days. The wood was … Continue reading
In a previous post I added an iroko bush to the rudder. I also wanted to reinforce the leading edge and bottom of the blade. My blade was showing scuff marks where it had hit things. I initially tried putting … Continue reading
Small job this, but it had been bugging me for a long time. We’ve got a cheap bathroom cupboard and the handles looked like this: Now the handles look like this: Varnished with Le Tonkinois varnish – a great product.