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  • click here for merchandise products

    click here for merchandise products (4)

    Here you will find merchandise items that I will be introducing over the next few months as items you can use in your shop like coffee mugs, t-shirts, patches, and other items such as notebooks and pencils.
  • click here for wood turned items

    click here for wood turned items (5)

    Here I offer for sale items that I have turned on my lathe, I hope that there are items of interest to you or your friends and family. Maybe there is something here that would make the perfect hand crafted one of a kind item for your loved one, many of which you can see me make on my youtube channel
  • Hampshire Sheen products - Canada

    Hampshire Sheen products - Canada (8)

    Hampshire Sheen is a unique finishing wax blended by hand in Ontario to a special English recipe. It contains Danish Oil, Carnauba Wax and Microcrystalline Wax.
  • wood turning blanks

    wood turning blanks (1)

    coming soon, wood turning pen blanks from local native species of tree, processed at Woodslee Summercraft workshop ( pictured poplar, elm, osage, walnut, oak )
  • Yorkshire Grit - Canada

    Yorkshire Grit - Canada (2)

    orkshire grit is an abrasive paste formulated to give a fine keyed surface to your turnings,prior to applying your finish of choice. It consists of pharmaceutical grade ingredients, including mineral oil, beeswax and ultra fine grinding powders. These are then carefully blended (without the use of solvents or other strong smelling and potentially harmful chemicals) to produce a creamy abrasive paste. Yorkshire Grit acts like ‘liquid sandpaper’, reducing the scratches left by the initial dry sanding* and eliminating the increasingly fine dust produced by traditional sanding at higher grits. On most woods sanding up to 240 grit is sufficient to start with our paste. The grinding powders we use are designed to break down to a finer mesh as they are used, while still maintaining a cutting edge, so as the friction reduces the mesh size of the grit it is effectively forming a finer abrasive. In comparison tests we believe the finish is at least equivalent to 1000 grit.