In our second episode we explore the virtue of justice and how it relates to the profitable nature of woodworking. Whether that be financial profit or the simple reward of bringing joy to family and friends, we have both come to realize the importance of quality craftsmanship.
Thanks to Joseph (@furnishedbyfrassati), Aaron (@lazarus.design.build), Chris (@crtbuilds), and Neil (@thebritishwoodworker) for answering last week’s challenge question!
- What do you make and how much have you invested in making it?
- What’s your pricing model and what is it centered around?
- Do you offer ways of adapting that price for people who can’t afford necessities?
Be sure to let us know on social media by tagging us and using the hashtag #arborvitaepodcast so everyone can find the conversation and join in!
Superior quality handcrafted products at a just price:
- Texas Heritage Woodworks – Fine leather, canvas, and wood products (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube)
- Sterling Tool Works – Fine woodworking tools and accessories (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter)
- Lost Art Press – Fine woodworking books and DVDs (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube)
Useful series on pricing work by Todd Clippinger of The American Craftsman Workshop: YouTube playlist.
Mike Woods, sawyer (@theforesterswoodco)
Additional Show Notes
If you thought Jonathan was kidding about the evolution of his frames, check out these early versions (bottom left and bottom right) compared to some of his more recent work at the top: