Our business started [in our minds] as a “we make, people buy” concept. We brainstormed what products we could produce and how we would go about selling them. To our surprise [and delight] we instantly found success with custom orders, or in other words “people ask, we make.” We’ve really been enjoying working on everyone’s custom projects and reorienting ourselves to the exciting aspect of custom orders. Today though, we took time to go back to the roots of the business and began work on future “for sale” products. With a little glue and a second round of planing/cutting these will be a couple of great cutting boards | #woodwork#makersmovement#smallbusiness#woodworking#makersgonnamake#cuttingboard#madeinmichigan#michigan
One thing we’re uncompromising on is making sure our products are 100% food-safe and can safely be used on anything that may come into contact with food, such as this sweet dog bowl stand by @wittwoodcrafts 🐕🥩✌️.
🎶🔊 Fin. The “Mary Mahoney.” Chaos and Walnut end grain cutting board. Chaos stripe has 13 (or 14?) different species from at least 7 different countries. Glued forever and ever with @titebondproducts TB3, smooth like butter with @gatorfinishing and perfection with the @walrusoil Cutting Board Oil. 9.25x7.5x1.5”. Available for purchase. $75 plus actual shipping. All proceeds donated to organizations supporting kids in foster care. . #finewoodworking#woodisgood#walrusoilwednesday#cuttingboard#kitchendecor#functionalart
So much is happening in my life... completing 24 orders, demo’ing a 5,000 sq. ft. building in downtown Knoxville, planning for this Saturday’s Makers Meet Up, my family, doctor appointments ... aaahhhh, it doesn’t stop. 😅🥴