Tambour Making at the Haystack School of Crafts

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My latest Adventure in Woodworking took me to the Haystack School of Crafts in Deer Isle, Maine.

Wendy Maruyama is an icon in the woodworking world, as well as a trailblazer for other women to enter the furniture design and fabricating profession. I leaped at the opportunity last August to take a workshop with her about tambour doors at the beautiful Haystack School of Crafts in Deer Isle, Maine. I made many new friends, ate delicious food, learned a lot, and gained inspiration for new projects to come!

Haystack is on the national register of historic places and was awarded the American Institute of Architects.  The architect was Edward Larrabee Barnes.
Haystack is on the national register of historic places and has received awards from the American Institute of Architects. The architect was Edward Larrabee Barnes.
Wendy Maruyama taught the class. She’s an inspiration and so much fun!
Wendy Maruyama taught the class. She's an inspiration and so much fun!

I wasn't sure what to expect as far as exploring tambour doors. The limitations and usage seemed to be pretty straightforward. Wendy led the class through a series of exercises that resulted in what I would consider to be optimal outcomes with respect to our individual skills. Our class took the basic

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I’m David Picciuto the Drunken Woodworker and welcome to my channel. My focus here on this channel is to show you how to make small wood crafts that you can …
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20 Responses to “Tambour Making at the Haystack School of Crafts”

  1. Drunken Woodworker

    The Drunken Woodworker Channel Trailer

  2. Willem Kossen

    are you in a hurry? youre saying all the right things, but to me it seems a
    bit rushed. maybe its just me. apart from that, nice trailer!

  3. izzy swan

    Awesome trailer Dave one of the best I have seen.

  4. Steve French

    Nice trailer video!

  5. Gareth Martin

    That little bandsaw box is fast becoming a YouTube icon Dave. By the way,
    do I need a bandsaw to make that box? ;-)

  6. Maarten Happel

    We had a commercial, over here in the Netherlands, known by the sentence
    “goed verhaal lekker kort “. That’s this trailer: “good story nice and
    short” :-)

  7. Andrew Klein

    Great trailer David, hey, you should start a business endeavor helping
    other woodworkers with marketing and branding!

  8. I Like To Make Stuff

    Nice! This turned out great! Reminds me that I keep meaning to redo my
    channel intro.

  9. RJBWoodTurner

    Excellent trailer David,
    You did a great job putting it all together.

    Regards,
    Bob

  10. Zac Higgins

    Great trailer man, it’s hard to come up with something that doesn’t suck
    for these things. You nailed it though, great job!

  11. Jeanette J. Wooten

    Experienced woodworking builder isn’t born, but with the proper resource
    and clear plan.

  12. Micah Howell

    That’s a really good trailer! Very impressive background too! I may need
    to call you for my pharmacy lol

  13. Summers Woodworking

    You go boy!

  14. Charles Li

    I know it’s a given but appreciate you throwing it out there not to mix the
    drinking and woodworking. It’s not always easy! You have beautiful work.
    Thanks for sharing your art +Drunken Woodworker

  15. Federico Elliot

    Great stuff David, you are fast becoming my favorite youtube woodworker!

  16. l3ender15

    Love the trailer!

  17. Eric Hallman

    Thanks David, you inspired me to have a beer and watch more woodworking
    videos today from DW…it’s cold and rainy here in Northern MI

  18. Stan
    19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
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    They’re ok, could be better., September 4, 2013
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    Ridiculously Thin!, March 18, 2013
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    I purchased 3 sets of these shelf liners for just over fifty bucks (twelve liners total). That’s a heck of a lot of money for “shelf liners”! When they got here & I opened the package I was completely shocked by how paper-thin these are. I could have boxed them back up & returned them, but then I would have lost all the money I paid to have them shipped here, as well as the money it would cost to ship them back! If you plan on using these liners in an area where people won’t generally see your shelves, do yourself a favor & just line the shelves with a piece of box/cardboard! Unlike myself, you might be able to respect yourself the next morning. ?

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  20. Brian Philips
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    IT does the job but the sheets are pretty thin. I thought they would be a little thicker. I also had to trim the sheets to make them fit.

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