Woodwork as a Business

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Welcome to Passion for Woodwork
Written by Web Master   
Saturday, 17 February 2007

If you have every thought about making money from your woodwork craft hobby, This is the place to be.  Here at Passion for Woodwork  we provide quality business advice, hints and tips to help turn your passion to profit. There is money to be made from your hobby and with the right advice and a little effort you can live the life of your dreams. Working at what you love and making money from it.


For a while now we have been selling a book called "Woodworking as a Business : Turning Your Passion to Profit" Image

The book has been a staple for many people building a woodworking craft  business. Take a look at it here .


So why start the Passion for Woodwork site ?



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Last Updated ( Saturday, 21 April 2007 )
Written by William   
Thursday, 08 March 2007
When you are looking to make a wood working project fancy and add that finished look to it that makes it look professional, you will need a router. A router has often been touted as a must have tool for all wood workers because of its amazing versatility. When you have a router in your wood shop you will be able to create all sorts of amazing projects that look professionally finished.

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Last Updated ( Sunday, 18 February 2007 )
Intarsia Woodworking Patterns
Written by Derryck   
Tuesday, 27 February 2007

I'm out on the net most days trawling for woodworking patterns and projects for my workshop to build and sell. Till recently I'd never heard of Intarsia. That was untill I found this web site http://www.freeintarsiapatterns.com/. So I turned to the trusty Wikipedia and researched Intarsia a little. Here is their definition.

"Intarsia is a form of wood inlaying that is similar to marquetry. The term is also used for a similar technique used with small, highly polished stones (see pietre dure). The technique of intarsia inlays sections of wood (at times with contrasting ivory or bone) within the solid matrix; by contrast marquetry assembles a pattern out of veneers upon the carcase. The technique of intarsia is believed to have developed in the Islamic world; introduced into Europe through Sicily the art was perfected in Siena and in northern Italy in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, spreading to German centers and introduced into London by Flemish craftsmen in the later sixteenth century. After about 1620, marquetry tended to supplant intarsia in urbane work.

It is the craft of using varied shapes, sizes and species of wood fitted together to create an almost 3-D inlaid, mosaic-like picture. It is thought that the word 'intarsia' is derived from the Latin word 'interserere' which means "to insert" and that it was originally developed in Siena Italy in the 13th century by crafters using inlays of ivory inserted in wood as well as inlays of wood inserted into wall murals, table tops and other furniture (See : Duomo di Siena)."

Intarsia appeals to my sense of wood art. Look at this peice.

It makes a picture of wood in 3D. This wolf's nose almost looks like you could reach out and touch it. Check out the other patterns at http://www.freeintarsiapatterns.com/Download_Free_Intarsia_Patterns.htm they are not exactly beginners pieces but well worth a look.

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Last Updated ( Monday, 26 February 2007 )
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