Wood Craft

“Green Woodwork, lends itself beautifully to creating unique forms and shapes…..”

Using traditional hand tools such as the axe and knife, drawknife, adze, spokeshave and rasp, we have an opportunity to make at a gentler pace. Logs and branch wood can be easily worked, and our more imaginative projects realised……


I began furniture making in 1994, in North Wales, under the guidance of Hugh Roberts, a traditional craftsman
and charcoal maker. 

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Training with Hugh making a variety of chairs and stools, from fine Windsor chairs to more rustic, freeform styles, was the start of a continuing journey……”


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14 - Cedar tree bowl
12 - Boxwood Quaich
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Broken Celtic Knotwork Stool
Frog Stool 2
Lizard Stool 2
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Mouse Rocking Chair 2
Snail Stool 2
Snake Chair leg
Snake Stool 2
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© Keith Matthews 2017