CustomMade in CustomMade Connections
, For Customers
, For Makers on August 10, 2011
When you’re part of a community that connects makers with customers who want a special product, it can be pretty incredible to step back and marvel at the variety of unique and stunning objects that get created through CustomMade connections.
Take this dulcimer, handmade by craftsman Bob Molby of Bob’s Woodshop in Bessemer City, NC [...]
If you didn’t get a chance to say hi to us at AWFS 2011 in Vegas, you can now on Woodworking Adventures presented by Woodcraft.
A big thanks to Frank Byers for his awesome interview with CEO Mike Salguero explaining how and why to use CustomMade.com to market your custom woodworking projects:
“CustomMade.com is an [...]
CustomMade in For Makers
, The Pro Shop on August 1, 2011
This piece was contributed by Patrick Kennedy of Superior Woodcraft, Inc. If you’d like to contribute to the CustomMade blog, let us know!
Over the past few years I have been thinking a lot about stability, confidence and trust. These three key ingredients have been missing from the American psyche during the past three years. [...]
We have a new Discussions area on CustomMade where customers can ask us, makers, and each other whatever they’d like about buying custom goods.
In order to kick off this new feature, we’re giving away a beautiful Owl Stool to one random person who comes to the Discussions area and leaves a comment or [...]
Jamison Sellers is driven by process and a near obsessive attention to precision and detail: “I am a firm believer in environmental and social responsibility, and design and build my work accordingly. My material use is primarily salvaged and reclaimed–wooden shipping pallets, old flooring, and industrial artifacts.”
Jamison studied sustainability and environmental & human ecology [...]
Watch Kevin Mack demo his Ipod Jukebox liquor cabinet on the Woodcraft blog at the New England Home Show!
Ipod Jukebox liquor cabinet
Kevin’s goal was to create mid-century modern piece in a new and inventive way. He sought to make a piece for the New England Home Show that would “catch your eye [...]