Friday 22 & Saturday 23 March 10am-4pm
Newark Showground, Newark, Nottinghamshire NG24 2NY
We are doing things a little different at this years Midlands Woodworking Show. We are being joined by a number of other demonstrators some of whom you will remember from the European Woodworking Shows.
Brian Walsh is a versatile craftsman who makes his living from his woodworking skills.
Lee Stoffer is a green woodworker with a passion for spoon carving, carving bowls and other functional and beautifully hand carved treen as well.
Curtis traces his interest in woodworking to his early childhood and still has the first toolbox he made from scraps at the age of 10. Curtis was a customer before joining the Lie-Nielsen team in 2007. His first Lie-Nielsen plane was a No. 4½ bench plane and remains a favourite tool.
Fiona Kingdon makes unique scrollwork suggested by the wood she finds, the landscapes she loves, their inhabitants, and their stories.
The International Boatbuilding Training College provides the widest range of boatbuilding training in the world and is internationally recognized for the quality of its graduates.
MAC Timbers will be bringing their wide selection of British Hardwood blanks and boards.
Kieran Binnie is a luthier, writer, and regular contributor to Furniture & Cabinetmaking magazine. R
Oliver Sparks is a planemaker working from a rural Northamptonshire workshop. He likes to work high end, and blends traditional craftsmanship and contemporary design.
Skelton Saws are first class tools and true pieces of fine handmade English craftsmanship. Handcrafted from the finest quality timber, the handle of a Skelton Saw is produced from beautifully figured rosewood.
Every horse is a handcrafted individual; ready-to-ride horses are available from stock, or you can commission a ‘Special’, made to your own preferred size and style.