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Getting on with the jobs in hand...

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Snow, beautiful...

So I'm writing this about the workshop over the last couple of weeks. The problem is Blogger has been down as far as uploading pictures, and if you already follow my blog you'll know that I like to take photos and put them on here. Loads of people are complaining about it, so hopefully Google (who own Blogger) will get the problem sorted out. There is a sort of fix, where you install Google Chrome, but lots are against this, for whatever their reasons.



Here's the Gallery area including shelving...
The workshop is improving, I have to make it safe for customers to walk in, I don't want people to get too close to the benches and machines. I have a Gallery to the side as you walk in and needs to be, as accessible as possible for customers to look at my work. So as I was telling one of the other artists about the fence idea, then someone, knows someone who can help, for the price of me turning a glass blowing block, this is one of the tools used to shape…

Happy New year...Jamie Hubbard Creative Woodwork

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And if you are new to my blog, welcome.

On here I will be going through some of the items being made in my workshop at the Ruskin Glass Centre.

Every now and then I will be covering some of the work that I will be doing on our house.


So while you might have been taking some well deserved time off over the Christmas and New Year, Lynn, myself and the girls were in and out of the workshop, taking some of the smaller bits and pieces over. Then on a couple of occasions my brother Stuart, came over in one of his trucks and we filled it up to the top of the sides, then off to the workshop. So before I forget I'd like to thank Stuart, Lesley, Dean and Adam for their help.

One of the many things that I have had to sort out is the insurance cover. let me tell you that that, in itself is a bit than a pain, but after all the shopping around it came down to the insurance company that most of the others in the building use. But I'm glad that I did the comparisons, there was a huge differe…