Madera By Erika
Progression

Practice Patience and Persistence

Progression

Progression

Quality furniture takes practice. It is not something that you can just walk into and expect great results. It is making mistakes, learning not to scrap the whole piece when that happens and instead learn how to fix it. The furniture I make is not just simply cut and screwed together. It is milled from raw material, joints are carefully thought out and put onto the piece, then fitted with those joints. The work takes time. But at the end is furniture that will last generations. This is not a skill I learned over night, but something that I continually practice, because we never stop learning.

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