What’s in the shop?
- The Bathroom Box is Done
- The Window Seat has Begun
- The Desk Closure is underway
- Met with Marc
- Saw the swim ribbon rack he made in use
- No work on the front coffee table yet
- Getting ready for NY Now 8-15, 8-18
- In the handmade section
- will premiere a line of tables in Walnut and Ash
- Making hard walls for the booth
Goings on in the MWA
- September 25-27
- Kansas City
- C.C. Boyce
- November 2014 Workshop Tour in Apartment Therapy (old shop)
- Moved shop at the beginning of this month
- Has moved into the building with Off the Saw
- Has split the space and subleased
- Known for Lamps, Planters & “Smalls”. Describe the style you use and how you make them
- Loves the late ‘60s early ‘70s design
- How will it be used? Who will use it?
- Little-Bits is becoming Boyce Studios?
- Moving to bigger pieces
- Furniture and other Bigger Pieces.
- Have you made furniture and bigger pieces all along?
- As commissions and for home
- Do I have it right that you’re going to begin to market the furniture and bigger pieces with the existing lamps, planters and smalls?
- Yes. There are tables a’coming!
- Move to the new shop
- 5 Questions
- How did you get into woodworking?
- C.C.’s Dad is a woodworker with a basement workshop
- What’s your favorite tool?
- Festool Router (the small one)
- Who, in woodworking, has influenced you the most?
- Dad and Jack Self at El Camino
- What was your biggest stumbling block?
- Doing the wrong thing, making the wrong choice, in her business. Wasted time doing markets and craft shows.
- How has the internet influenced your work?
- So much. So many amazing artists out there. So much inspiration. So much motivation.
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