CCFineFurniture

The Barefoot Woodworker

Anaheim, California · 31 Sales

CCFineFurniture

The Barefoot Woodworker

Anaheim, California 31 Sales On Etsy since 2009

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Announcement   The Barefoot Woodworker is the artisan who built all of the beautiful furniture and accessories you see on our website. He has more than 20 years of experience in custom woodworking and furniture building. Barefoot studied under a Master Artisan, who himself was trained in an apprenticeship in the Black Forest. This contact with this truly gifted man has lead to a passion for the almost forgotten construction methods of the past. Barefoot employs many of the more traditional methods of woodworking.

We specialize in Custom Furniture for your Individual Style!

Your home is your space to express who you are. It should be an expression of your personal style. Take a moment to decide what you really want instead of simply settling for what you see everywhere.

In the shop we have experience in custom furniture building, as well as European, Commercial, Kitchen and Residential cabinets. Along with schooling in woodworking, we hold an uncommonly extensive knowledge and understanding of state of the art tools, materials and methods, as well as those now considered to be antiquated. We have a special affinity for and knowledge base of those techniques nearly forgotten to modern woodworkers.

http://ccfinefurniture.com/

http://barefootwoodworker.blogspot.com

Announcement

The Barefoot Woodworker is the artisan who built all of the beautiful furniture and accessories you see on our website. He has more than 20 years of experience in custom woodworking and furniture building. Barefoot studied under a Master Artisan, who himself was trained in an apprenticeship in the Black Forest. This contact with this truly gifted man has lead to a passion for the almost forgotten construction methods of the past. Barefoot employs many of the more traditional methods of woodworking.

We specialize in Custom Furniture for your Individual Style!

Your home is your space to express who you are. It should be an expression of your personal style. Take a moment to decide what you really want instead of simply settling for what you see everywhere.

In the shop we have experience in custom furniture building, as well as European, Commercial, Kitchen and Residential cabinets. Along with schooling in woodworking, we hold an uncommonly extensive knowledge and understanding of state of the art tools, materials and methods, as well as those now considered to be antiquated. We have a special affinity for and knowledge base of those techniques nearly forgotten to modern woodworkers.

http://ccfinefurniture.com/

http://barefootwoodworker.blogspot.com

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Vera Harvey

Vera Harvey on Feb 18, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

This adorable set made it to me with great stride! :]

Anonymous on Aug 1, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

Love, love, love the doll bed. Couldn't think of anything more perfect and my daughter is going to be super excited. Thanks so much for the wonderful product and outstanding customer service!

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About

Being Barefoot and the Road to Mastery

Our furniture maker is the Barefoot Woodworker, a professional woodworker with a minor aversion to shoes. He was fortunate enough to have studied under a Master Artisan who was trained in an apprenticeship in the famous Black Forest in Germany. (Black Forest woodworkers and clock makers were renowned for their precision clocks. Cuckoo clocks have been made in the region since the early eighteenth century and much of their development occurred there. Excessive logging and two World Wars have reduced the population of the Black Forest and its renowned woodworkers to a mere fraction of what once was, making their distinguished skills both scarce and valuable.) Barefoot’s education by this truly gifted Artisan has lead to a passion for the superior, and almost forgotten, construction methods of the past. He possesses an affinity for hand tools and traditional joinery that most others in this field no longer know about, let alone use. He has also developed a love and comprehensive knowledge of hidden catches and secret compartments. In an industry bombarded with new machinery designed for shortcuts, he is pursuing the Master Woodworker level via traditional methods.

The Barefoot Woodworker’s love of these superior old-world methods, combined with a tendency to build every piece to be strong enough to withstand being danced on for a hundred years, has generated a great sense of trust and respect for his work among both customers and our local and online communities. Tips, progress photos and articles posted on our Barefoot Woodworker blog, Facebook pages and Twitter feeds have begun to establish Barefoot as an expert for the online community. Some of our projects and videos have begun to show great viral potential, often being shared, tweeted and re-pinned.

The Barefoot Woodworker is also working on his Master’s Project. Historically, a Master Woodworker was someone who had gone through an apprenticeship, at the end of which he must create a project that was reviewed for approval by an existing Master. Like many other aspects of the history of this industry, our woodworker holds a high regard for this process. His project began in 2010 with him cutting down and milling a tree. The whole project will primarily be made with hand tools and will ultimately be reviewed by some of the only remaining Master Woodworkers. You can read more about this unique process here: http://barefootwoodworker.blogspot.com.

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  • The Barefoot Woodworker

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    My business is CC Fine Furniture. The name Barefoot Woodworker is a nickname that has stuck. I have a tendency to walk around the shop barefoot. As long as it isn't too cold in the shop, you'll see me without shoes most of the time while I'm working.

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Last updated on March 16, 2011

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