Maker Interview: Wooden Toymaking

Originally posted on THE MAKESHOP SHOW®:

Watch this maker interview with woodworker Chris Bandy of Bandy Woodworks! Chris visited The MAKESHOP™ with his collection of handmade wooden toys and woodworking tools. Kid makers helped him sand, saw and stain to create tic-tac-toe boards, puzzles, trucks and more. Bandy Woodworks uses local, sustainable wood, so Chris also brought rough logs and photos to show kids where he gathers fallen trees for the wood to make his toys.

  • See Chris’s handmade wooden toys at Bandy Woodworks website!
  • Click here for a slideshow of Chris’s visit to the MAKESHOP and blog post about it by MAKESHOP teaching artist, Kevin.

 

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I am a free-lance journalist focused on art and design matters, life-time student of architecture, amateur graphic designer, and somewhat competent woodworker. I believe that art wrting is a high calling. My current project, artbliss (www.artbliss.wordpress.com, is a blog that looks at art museums from all over the world, offering the latest news, feature articles, artist profiles, and more. My articles have also appeared in www.larrymade.com, US Green Technology (www.greentechnology.com) and my portfolio/blog, writer’s blo(g)k.com (www.skillseeker90.wordpress.com)
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