Round Pole Framing

ROUND POLE FRAMING & Connecting Techniques

Round Pole Framing Class

Tara and Tyler hosted a Round Pole Framing workshop at there Vermont property

Past Round Pole Framing Classes at Strawbale Studio

Blog on Round Pole Workshop by Kirsten Pope.

July Intensive – ID cabin

Lashing . How to tie poles together with rope, cording or rawhide!  Girlscouts. Sketch, description, video.  Also pics of projects like “outdoor kitchen”.

NATURAL BUILDING MATERIALS AND RESOURCE LINKS

Reflection from past student

Reflections from a past student.
Well, I know what craft projects I want work on next.
In order: finish up my friend’s Rune bag, make a simple wooden hammer, make a stitching pony, and then making a shave horse.
I fell in love with shaving horses when I used one with Deanne Bednar’s roundwood timber framing weekend workshop, and it is beyond time I made one. Likewise, we learned how to make simple wooden mallets from a single decent sized tree at that workshop. Sarahstill has hers. I’ve seen the stitching pony on a lot of professional leatherworker videos and rather than shuck out money I want to see if I can level up my woodworking skill and make my own. The best part about most of these is they use very little in the way of material and go a long way to making better wood and leather products.  TS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ROUND POLE FRAMING & Connecting Techniques

Round Pole Framing Class

Tara and Tyler hosted a Round Pole Framing workshop at there Vermont property

Past Round Pole Framing Classes at Strawbale Studio

Blog on Round Pole Workshop by Kirsten Pope.

July Intensive – ID cabin

Lashing . How to tie poles together with rope, cording or rawhide!  Girlscouts. Sketch, description, video.  Also pics of projects like “outdoor kitchen”.

NATURAL BUILDING MATERIALS AND RESOURCE LINKS

Reflection from past student

Reflections from a past student.
Well, I know what craft projects I want work on next.
In order: finish up my friend’s Rune bag, make a simple wooden hammer, make a stitching pony, and then making a shave horse.
I fell in love with shaving horses when I used one with Deanne Bednar’s roundwood timber framing weekend workshop, and it is beyond time I made one. Likewise, we learned how to make simple wooden mallets from a single decent sized tree at that workshop. Sarahstill has hers. I’ve seen the stitching pony on a lot of professional leatherworker videos and rather than shuck out money I want to see if I can level up my woodworking skill and make my own. The best part about most of these is they use very little in the way of material and go a long way to making better wood and leather products.  TS