The spindles are hand turned on a wooden lath. The doors have removeable screen frame. All the joints are glued with 3/4" wooden dowel.
"HANDS ON: ALIENS IN THE ATTIC. Wacky, fun, iconoclastic--these are the hallmarks of a folk artist, and P.E.I. Native Kerras Jeffery has them in spades". NATIONAL POST Jan/2011
This blog shows the folkart I make, my reproduction furniture and other projects. My studio/shop is in my backyard. It's a couple of miles off the main road in West Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada. When you come to visit make sure you see – the "Olde Times" Garden House Museum; Grandma's Attic; the Furniture Box; Grampa's Loft (antiques, old doors, etc. in my Dad’s old barn loft); and my World's Largest Egg Beater, certified by Guinness World Records.
Monday, May 12, 2014
I still make screen doors - I've bean making them for 20 years. Over the years I changed from making them from pine to using all cedar now.
Posted by Carter W. Jeffery at 12:22 PM
Labels: cedar, Screen Doors
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