Marty Backe constructs a jig for hand planing small stock to precise and repeatable thickness.
For the month of July (2018) Workshop Heaven is having a Summer Sale.
First order from Workshop Heaven and I must say I am very impressed with their service.
Making Kumiko strips out of basswood using only hand tools.
Based on regular hexagons, the Asanoha pattern is a geometric motif which resembles a hemp leaf and currently one of the most popular traditional designs.
Shoji and Kumiko Design: Book 3 Hexagonal Patterns is the third and final book in the Shoji and Kumiko Design series by Desmond King.
In Shoji and Kumiko Design Book 2 Beyond the Basics, Des King continues on from where he finished with Book 1 The Basics and takes instruction in shoji patterns and Kumiko art to the next level.
A set of three beautifully accurate Gyokucho Japanese hand saws. This set will cover cross-cutting and sheet materials, ripping and resawing, dovetailing tenons and fine joinery, and flush cutting.
Mike Farrington shares how he creates Kumiko inspired Wall Art.
Planning stops and saw hooks add speed and accuracy to your handwork
A blog post by Jon Billing of Bigs and Woodworking shares his method for making Kumiko.
Find out how to make adjustable Japanese Kumiko jigs.
Kumiko patterns enhance the uniqueness and charm of shoji, and Des King introduces different kinds of patterns and provides detailed instructions on how to make each.
In this video, Vipul shows himself test fitting a small Kumiko box.
Vipul Patel demonstrates making a walnut box with the Kumiko Asanoha pattern.