After retiring, Willem Nagtegall of Hamilton took up woodworking as a hobby. He uses a variety of wood, including cedar, pine, walnut and cherry wood for his handmade creations that range from trucks and trains to vases and bowls as well as intricate pieces of intarsia. Read his story in the September issue of More of Our Canada.
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An intarsia piece featuring exotic birds.
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Three tractors made from walnut and hard maple.
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Different parts of this train are made from various woods including walnut and cherry.
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Bowls and Vases
Bowls and vases made from zebrawood, purple heart, cherry and walnut.