Cordwood workshop

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Picture by Richard Flato

I know some of you began following my blog because of the cordwood home we’ve built.  So I thought it might be of interest to you that there is a cordwood workshop coming up in Asheville the weekend of Oct 10th and 11th.  “This project will be the 18” cordwood infill of a post and beam framed greenhouse.  The workshop host is the editor of Backhome Magazine.  It should be a gorgeous time of year to learn the cordwood technique in a beautiful setting.”  You can find more details on www.daycreek.com, click on Cordwood Workshop near Asheville, NC.  The instructors, Richard and Becky Flato, have been doing cordwood workshops for over 20 years!

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5 thoughts on “Cordwood workshop

  1. Just beautiful! I’m off to research more on the net abut cordwood as I don’t know much about it. It really is lovely.
    Blessings and magic.

  2. So perfect! I can’t wait to hear more. That little cabin is exactly the kind of place I’ve dreamt of building for myself. There is something so cozy about cordwood. I love that it gives the same old world impression that stone does, but with a much warmer feel (literally and figuratively!).

  3. Hi,
    I have always lived in the south and just love what I call, ” rustic nice”. This is as nice as a log home, and may be better. Log homes need adjustments every now and then. This is just like bricks. I just love it.

    Thanks for posting! !

    Chris BT

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