Process of a Master Woodworker: In the Shop with Alf Sharp Part 2

This is the 2nd in a series on Alf Sharp a Master Woodworker and Craftsman. Alf shares his thoughts on the process of fine woodworking, hand tools vs. power tools, and his advice for beginner woodworkers.

1st Video: Journey of a Master Craftsman

Alf has been building woodworking projects in his wood shop for the last 30 years and has concentrated on museum-quality, one-of-a-kind furniture, primarily in the 18th century American style. He is a master of high and low relief carving, inlay, marquetry, and French polishing. If you want to see more of Alf’s work you can find it here:

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