I've posted before about shrink pots but thought it may be of use to some beginners to publish a step by step tutorial of how I make them a.
Out in the shop, I've mostly been working on the tambour door cabinet project - figuring out how to make the slats for the tambour.
I'm John Mullaney.This is where I'll post details of, mostly woodworking related, projects I undertake in my spare time.I also get out and about a lot so hopefully you'll get a flavour of what goes on in my part of the world
Great use of texture and asymmetry.
These shrink pots by Frank Egholm are really cute.
The wooden box cover when opened. Carved a groove for the leather strap to make it look more discreet, and a pushbottun is used for the leather strap.
Shrink pot for storing carving knives or wooden knives - Shrink pots are endgrain vessles, carved green with a dry wood bottom carved to fit. As the pot drys it shrinks around the bottom leaving, if done right, a water tight vessel.