A bit of a combination project here with the overall piece cut out using the scroll saw and then the image applied using my pyrography pen.
Here is another one! A jenny wren on some convolvulus, approx 48cm x 28cm. This is burned onto a nice piece of sycamore kindly given to me by Michael Sinclair (https://michael-sinclair-woodturner.co.uk) when I visited his workshop after the Out of … Read More
Here’s a little piece I did to experiment with gradation in pyrography. It’s not an entire success in that respect but it came out not to bad overall. My daughter who is the subject of the piece, with her little dog, was delighted … Read More
Here is my latest attempt, I think I’m getting the hang of it now. I definitely enjoy doing these. I burn my pyrography using this – And, if that goes horribly wrong I can always use this to sort out … Read More
Here are a few more small pieces for the craft fair in November. A little t-light holder with a coloured pyrography design. The two bud vases are a new idea for me, I’ll maybe try and work up a few … Read More
It’s about time I started thinking about gettings some pieces made for the Westray Autumn Fair. It’s not until November but, what with overhauling the workshop at the start of the year, and then buying a motorhome (see Travels in … Read More
Oh my! I’m spending all my workshop time on pyrography work at the moment. The poor little scrollsaw is crying in the corner thinking I’ve fallen out with it. Here is another little piece approx 22cm x 11cm on Ash. … Read More
After a suggestion in a comment on my last post, I’ve realised that I never posted details of these three boxes that I applied pyrography to. I actually made these boxes quite some time ago with the intention of laser … Read More