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Check Out Write Up of Lyndaker Inlay @ Brentwood Arts Exchange

Read the November Newsletter from the Brentwood Arts Exchange which features Lyndaker Inlay and other amazing artisans. Source: http://myemail.constantcontact.com/Your-November-Fine-Craft-Store-Newsletter.html?soid=1103262433636&aid=bVvn8_AWT4I

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New! Picture Frames – 10.28.2018

With lots of events coming up this Fall, I want to make sure we have plenty of one of our most popular items, wood inlay picture frames. Here are four of the latest.

Sunset Over Sideling Hill

During WWII, Grandfather spent the war years doing alternative service as part of CPS at a camp in Sideling Hill, MD. Traveling past on 68 West I think of him and his time here, the struggles he shared with me,... Continue Reading →

Mirror Mirror On Your Wall – 10.21.18

This is an inlay mirror I finished up today. As I have mentioned in the past, I have very few patterns left that were made by my grandfather. This project features some of those plus my own patterns. The left... Continue Reading →

New! West Virginia Ornament – 10.20.18

I am preparing for an event on Green Friday November 23 at Black Dog Coffee in Shenandoah Junction, West Virginia so I figured I'd experiment with WV inlay on a background of West Virginia locust. Go Neers!

Lyndaker Star Project Conplete

This is the completed project I mentioned earlier which featured the Lyndaker Star. The bright red is the natural color of padouk.

The Lyndaker Star

This is a good example of the Lyndaker Star for an order I am finishing up. Woods in this star include purple heart, padouk, butternut, cherry, locust, Osage orange, walnut, poplar, oak, and mahogany.

Vintage X-acto Knife Box Reborn! 10.16.18

Last week, I purchased this X-acto Knife Box at Community Forklift. I particularly liked the dovetail corners and the original blade holder inside. I sanded and refinished it, being careful to preserve the original hardware and interior. This is the... Continue Reading →

New! Keepsake Chest – 10.15.18

This is a piece I finished yesterday. It is a small keepsake chest which I sanded and refinished with a dark walnut stain. The box corners are dovetailed. It has a sliding inlay lid which features a checkerboard pattern from... Continue Reading →

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