What’s that you say? Free Wood?? In the flurry of activity that is the constant state here at Urban Log Studios, we make a lot of byproducts – namely cutoffs, shavings and wood that has cracked too badly to be usable. What you may not know is that we give that sh*$ away for free.
A Surprise Win Andrew led a veteran woodturning class back in 2020, and as a final project collaborated with each of his students on a piece. Then the class ended and Andrew moved on to other projects – then three years later he got a call: “Congratulations! Your piece won first place in the group
Annual Stanwood Art Show It’s that time again, for the wonderful Small Craft Advisory Art Show in Stanwood this weekend from 9/30-10/1! Andrew will be there with new work along with a group of incredibly talented artists with all types of work, from woodworking to Native American craft, pottery to sculpture. There is no admission
Welcoming Vets Home Urban Log Studios is veteran owned and supports various veteran non-profit organizations – and we hope to be able to offer our own non-profit classes to veteran and disadvantaged communities in the future.This week Andrew is working on a set of unique and meaningful medallions, one of many sets that he has
April Kiln Special! It’s April, but we ain’t fooling around: Everything goes in the kiln at $2 per board foot! You heard that right, doesn’t matter how thick the piece is, if it’s over an inch thick we will get er’ dry for $2 a board foot. BOOK IN APRIL NOW Or call us directly at (425)312-3885
Projects Projects Projects Getting this year going with a wide range of projects: First off is the Bowlsaver Max 4 Coring System (!!!) that we are so excited finally made it through customs. For those of you that are unfamiliar, bowl coring allows you to make several nesting bowls out of a single piece of wood –
Urban Log Studios aims to reduce waste from urban logging by providing accessible and affordable kiln drying and lumber production services to the general public, as well as manufacture heirloom quality turned items from trees sustainably salvaged in the surrounding community.