Farmhouse Workshop | 'Olde English 5-Bar Gate'

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jixuscrixus1967 Yıl önce
I’d sooner come and look at the workmanship of your farmhouse roof repairs, gate, barn doors etc than visit an art gallery and admire the sculptures and paintings hanging on the wall. It’s also very therapeutic watching the details of your gate fabrication come together step by step. Take a bow, both of you.
Cheryl Millard
Cheryl Millard 9 aylar önce
This type of craftmanship is a almost a lost work of art too.
Sparky Runner
Sparky Runner Yıl önce
These farm employees do this sort of thing everyday when they have nothing else to do!!!!
George Yıl önce
Dan-Omite Younger
Dan-Omite Younger Yıl önce
Bardo Thodol
Bardo Thodol 5 aylar önce
This is not just a gate... This is art!
jack black
jack black 2 yıl önce
Your work is a credit to your dedication to the task in hand. When i was 7 years old the last remaining gardener at my house in England ,he was 86 years old, i believe at the time took me into the village to get a new gate for the vegatable garden. The same gate you have made. HALF that sise In the village was the wheel wright and next door the black smith. Ted ordered the gate and they made the gate in oak its there to this very day 71 years ago. When the gate was finished we went back and ted paid the wheel wright. The gate was next door at the back smiths .. The black smith was awaiting instructions to what fixutes we needed. The styles were all fitted with black rivets big fat ones and hamered through. Then ends were hot and having past through the gate piened over to complete the seal. Water was poured over the hot end to stop it burning the wood. The hot end was facing up so the black smith couls correctly pien it over. ALL the iron work was black iron dipped in thick oil to preserve it. No bolts were used ,i think because they were expensive and iron was cheaper. I hope this tells you a little of ENGLAND long past. my kind regards RogerH.
George L
George L Yıl önce
Thanks Roger, nice to hear good old English history 👍
TheToolnut 2 yıl önce
Belt and braces, made to last, 👍🔨🌲🇮🇪
Alex Pressley
Alex Pressley 2 yıl önce
and now they come from a factory on a wagon and last about 20 years....
Hieronymus Larsson
Hieronymus Larsson Yıl önce
The style/design is simple and modest without being uninteresting. The end result also goes to show how just how far good craftmanship can make simple things stand out aesthetically. A lot of items people think of as "functional" are actually seen/looked upon more than they are used, more than any painting in your home, and so they should be beautiful.
Kathi Lyles
Kathi Lyles Yıl önce
Your family’s skills and attention to detail are to be highly commended. It is an absolute pleasure to know there are still those in this world truly appreciate the beauty of wood and hard work. You make all you do a soothing for the soul. Thank you.
BIC Palmer
BIC Palmer Yıl önce
I love how cleanly and professionally you guys work, awesome job.
lars eriksen
lars eriksen Yıl önce
This one was new for me. what a joy. This is truly wood art. All wooden joints are perfect - a beautiful result, that can be admired for decades.
Judy Mielcarek
Judy Mielcarek 4 aylar önce
I so enjoy watching your videos. You and your dad work so well together. Your work is outstanding!
pedro Yıl önce
Je vois et ressens à quel point tu aimes le bois, c'est pour moi aussi le matériau le plus inspirant. Tu as vraiment de très bonnes idées et inspirations pour créer quelque chose que l'on ne voit pas tous les jours, mais que l'on n'achète pas non plus - ce sont souvent ou toujours des pièces uniques et étonnantes.
Well done! That is really beautiful. There's a seamless blend of the old with the new. Looking forward to your next project.
Carol Cox
Carol Cox Yıl önce
I so enjoyed watching. My dad used his carpentry skills as well when he did this kind of work. So wonderful to see y’all doing it the older way.
Don sherman
Don sherman 3 yıl önce
That gate is a wood working piece of art. Magnificent!
Dessert Man
Dessert Man 2 yıl önce
That was by far one of the best projects I’ve ever seen on TRshow well done your dog has a great master
Gertie Craign
Gertie Craign 9 aylar önce
She's adorable and absolutely deserved to have such a gorgeous and sturdy gate for her safety.
Pat D
Pat D Yıl önce
At the risk of your laughter, I have to say that if you made this item for me, I would have it set up in my living room to be displayed as a work of art. The workmanship is so beautiful. Truly you are a master craftsman. (I mean to include all that worked on it.) I love to watch skilled craftsmen work. There is a familiarity with the wood in the way they handle it that is a joy to watch. Thank you for letting me watch.
Kathy L
Kathy L Yıl önce
You and your Dad are Masters! I am really enjoying your videos, I’m binge watching all of them. I worry about you not using eye and ear protection though. I notice your Dad does. Be like Dad and protect yourself. Take care, stay safe!
B W 2 yıl önce
The most expensive and incredibly beautiful "dog" gate ever!!! Outstanding
Sparky Runner
Sparky Runner Yıl önce
Just ordinary farm workers having a little fun !!!!
OriginalRaveParty Yıl önce
Your videos and your craftsmanship are a joy to see. I've watched about 10 of your videos since finding the roof restoration video a few days ago. Amazing work 👍
David Conaway
David Conaway 3 yıl önce
Beautiful work gentlemen! I really enjoyed this journey with you.
ECDRA 3 yıl önce
A beautiful job that is a credit to the designer and the builders. A joy for ever!
Felicia Scott
Felicia Scott Yıl önce
What a magnificent gate! It is a delight to watch a father teach a son such valuable skills. Thank you!
caps lock
caps lock 2 aylar önce
Love this so much - as did I watching your staircase build! The curve on the first post (whatsitcalled?) got me thinking if this was historically done by using a tree that had grown with a radius in that spot. Might give it even more strength/springyness to hold the diagonal? Anywho: I'm now off to binge the rest of your videos. Cheers!
Barry KENWAY Yıl önce
An absolute pleasure to watch two Craftsmen at work, no nails screws or glue,just pure skill,👌👍BK.
Gracie MacA
Gracie MacA 8 aylar önce
I'm so glad that you chose to make the wood fence according to the era of the barn. It looks the part! Fancy & useful.
C. F. Sedgwick
C. F. Sedgwick Yıl önce
Beautifully made, and its design is perfect for the setting!
Debbie J MacDonald
Debbie J MacDonald 8 aylar önce
Wonderful video. As always, I am in awe of your carpentry and related talents. Rafa does not looked as impressed however, lol.
Terrance Miller
Terrance Miller Yıl önce
Wow, the gate turned out wonderful, it's a work of ART by it self. Great job.
Guilbert Woolfenstein
Guilbert Woolfenstein Yıl önce
after a quick search on gates, i truly think you have chosen the best gate design for such an estate ... mazel tov i wish you great success with all your future endeavors
NCHAMM450 4 aylar önce
I've watched this build at least 3 times. Such a great look. Really need to copy this some day.
matthew peterson
matthew peterson 2 aylar önce
Beyond stunning !! I could watch this all day - soooo beautiful !!!
Drummond 3 yıl önce
Gorgeous gate! I didn't know I could like a gate so much
larry tait
larry tait Yıl önce
I have often wondered why none of the blade manufacturers have produced a better demolition or “Saws-All” blade with the aggressively sharp Japanese style teeth. Absolutely beautiful work as ever Carl
Jupp Olonn
Jupp Olonn 8 aylar önce
What an awesome Gate.. you guys did a perfect job... looks fantastic! Love this channel!
Patricia D
Patricia D Yıl önce
Love your videos Carl. Never ever watched a +20min video until I found your channel, the roof rebuild was like watching a movie, I watched it all from min 1 till the end (still can´t believe it). One question: Do you ever argue with your dad? They are wiser but they can't be hard to work with sometimes because they tend to think they are always right because they are older 😂
Ronald Lapointe
Ronald Lapointe 3 yıl önce
For me it’s not a gate, it’s a piece of art! 👍
Steven Hines
Steven Hines 2 aylar önce
That oak is so beautiful. The design and workmanship are incredible
Rudolf Rednose
Rudolf Rednose 3 yıl önce
I was gonna say “They don’t make gates like that anymore”, but then you proved me wrong. Wonderful!
MrcabooseVG 2 yıl önce
Still going strong in merry old England, i see them fairly often
Michael Palmer
Michael Palmer 3 yıl önce
Rudolf Rednose There are lots of fence/Gate manufacturers across UK...most even export to Belgium, Nederlands, France , Germany , ect. That daily manufacturer all kinds and size Gates just as in the video.....But it was a, great job .. English Mik
Keystitchery 8 aylar önce
When I found your videos today I couldn’t get enough of them fascinating!
Blaine Melford
Blaine Melford 2 yıl önce
Ok! I’ve spent the entire morning watching your videos. I’m truly amazed at your work. I’m a designer in historic preservation here in New Orleans Louisiana “USA”. My last project was a 230 french creole sugar plantation. So many techniques you used are familiar here,especially the French home. What a talented man your are!!!!
halley volo
halley volo 4 aylar önce
Beautiful piece of Masterwork! Love your work ❤
Robin Whitlatch
Robin Whitlatch 2 yıl önce
I am not a wood worker but greatly appreciate a beautiful piece! Would LOVE to have 2 of those for my driveways! Fantastic job on the beautiful gate!
Fehler 404
Fehler 404 3 yıl önce
Eine sehr schöne Idee und die Umsetzung ist perfekt. Super handwerkliche Arbeit. Respekt.
Bohn Jelushi
Bohn Jelushi 3 yıl önce
Awesome piece of craftsmanship! Well done guys.
Franklin Flash
Franklin Flash 2 yıl önce
ONe of the best carpentry videos on TRshow. Each step is shown with just the right detail and time. The icon in the lower left corner shows what piece is being worked on. The result is a very lovely gate. Well done!
rene adinaro
rene adinaro 2 yıl önce
You guys realize that the dog can still get through that thing, don't you? Beautiful work carpenters. I do concrete form work in NYC (high-rises, bridges, tunnels, etc....) hence seeing your manipulation of hand tools to get the material where it has to be, to such precise dimensions(you're lucky if I go to the 1/8th and when I do, don't push it) and seeing how you locked everything up with minimal hardware and your structure was sound was a testimony to your skill set. I'll rewatch this video to steal your techniques. I learned something. Thank you.
Linda Loftus
Linda Loftus Yıl önce
What a gate. Beautiful work. Can't even begin to imagine how tired you are at days end. Makes one appreciate things like this when you see it.
Simon r
Simon r 2 yıl önce
Well done guy's! There's nothing better than seeing someone who makes a product the right way, there's nothing more enjoyable than watching someone finally make something to last a lifetime!!!. Not only is it a great gate but it will do exactly what you intend it to do unless the dog decides to become an escape artist!!!👍🐕🚜
Mark Paterson
Mark Paterson 3 yıl önce
Love that springer gate latch, simple but effective 👍🏽
István Wiezner
István Wiezner 3 yıl önce
Nice to see this level of craftmanship, impressive job!
KLLRSMML 5 aylar önce
I really can't put into words how much I enjoy every single video of yours. Thank you and keep up the amazing work. One question, is there a reason you used bolts on the diagonal piece and not dowels as well?
Tom Walsh
Tom Walsh 8 aylar önce
Its incredible how strong, malleable and beautiful wood can be. Love your work
Cat Clark
Cat Clark 3 yıl önce
Because it was such a beautifully made gate I was waiting with baited breath to see it being fully opened and closed!!!
4 Wheel Living
4 Wheel Living Yıl önce
While you were building that gate, I was thinking 'That thing better have a wheel on the end of it to hold all that weight' Good job. Very impressed
Rosalinda Estrada
Rosalinda Estrada 2 yıl önce
Beautiful work! That gate is a perfect addition to the building.
David Lowe
David Lowe 3 yıl önce
Gorgeous! I haven't seen a new one like that in a while.
H KJ Yıl önce
You guys are awesome! Very inspirational!
Goal Champ
Goal Champ 8 aylar önce
This is to last for ages. Great work!
Derek Brin
Derek Brin 3 yıl önce
Absolutely beautiful. The craftsmanship was awesome. Who knew a gate could look like that. Sadly I would have just bought a metal gate.
HerrRoy 3 yıl önce
Absolutely beautiful. Thanks for sharing!
6rilllir6 3 yıl önce
Brilliant ! very elegant gate design. I love it. Congrats on the execution. And thanks for sharing.
Kim Henry
Kim Henry 3 yıl önce
I once saw a description of building a gate and the holes for the bolts were drilled undersize and a bar of the correct dimension was being heated red hot in a small fire (ideal in the weather you were working in). This was then forced through the hole, charring the timber to reduce the chance of rot inside the hole. I loved the video, thanks and cheers from Tasmania.
carlrogers 3 yıl önce
brilliant, I want to try Shou Sugi Ban at some point
The die is cast
The die is cast 2 yıl önce
Nice gate, love the joinery. Nice display of your skills on this project.
AN PR 7 aylar önce
Very nice job indeed. I have never seen this style of gate before. Where did you get the hardware kit from? Again, well done!
Brian spencer
Brian spencer 3 yıl önce
Beautiful job looks awesome and I’m sure it was fun to build 👍🏻
Sergio Uteau
Sergio Uteau Yıl önce
No importa cuanto demore, es entretenido de principio a fin. Cálculos exactos. Bellamente terminado. Saludos desde Chile.
Chris Shackleton
Chris Shackleton 2 yıl önce
enjoyed watching you make the gate with basic tools 👍 just made one myself out of Iroko. a band saw makes the job so much easier 👌
Nigel Sansom
Nigel Sansom 3 yıl önce
Great job! This is where it's easy to get tool envy though isn't it. I have the chain morticer and timber framing slicks/chisels you could probably do with but then you have the big jointer/thicknesser which is really cool. Nice drawboring btw. Truly the only thing I would do differently would be to leave the pegs and through-tenon ends 1/16th proud rather than sawn and sanded flat. I'm not criticising though, it's a lovely job and something to be proud of. Did you make the shorter post out of the offcut from the longer post.
Cheryl Millard
Cheryl Millard 9 aylar önce
@platinumc3ll No more than sanded flat, I would think.
platinumc3ll Yıl önce
Wouldn't proud pegs collect more rain and invite the water inside?
carlrogers 3 yıl önce
unfortunately the offcut for the inside hanger was no good, deep gouge from some worm i think - made it unusable. chain mortisers are awesome machines, definitely need to get one
⚓️CA-74⚓️ Yıl önce
A cabinet maker in my youth, 1946-47 did this kind of work Mr Pratt, as I remember. He would allow me to watch him if I kept out of the way and didn’t ask questions until he took a rest break. Only power tools were a table saw, band saw and joiner. This young man is truly a master woodworker. Mr Pratt, for the privilege of allowing me to watch would let me sweep the floor.
Richard Mattingly
Richard Mattingly 3 yıl önce
One way to use a Reciporcating Saw to cut a curve is to use the widest/longest blade you can put into it then hold it vertically like it was a version of a Band Saw and go slowly as you cut near the line so it won't warp the blade like it does when employed like a Hand Saw. A series of Drilled Holes can be made along the line and you can connect them with a cut as the blade goes along because it will also let you see/adjust the saw to keep it at 90 degrees then clean it up with a Belt Sander as they showed to true the cut.
Your gate is truly a work of art.
Guilbert Woolfenstein
Guilbert Woolfenstein Yıl önce
i truly like the dedication and commitment and skills and above all i truly appreciate the efforts and passion behind all this
Barry Kelly
Barry Kelly 3 yıl önce
Such craftsmanship. Wow. Norm Abrams would be proud of you two.
Dries Ellis
Dries Ellis 3 yıl önce
The most beautiful gate I've ever seen. Well done.
Robert Stark
Robert Stark 4 aylar önce
That is a work of art! I love it! Keep up the great work!
Avia Salter
Avia Salter 8 aylar önce
Fabulous craft, the 5-bar gate. Looks magnificent, well done.
Yossi Derecheven
Yossi Derecheven 3 yıl önce
The gate came out very beautiful, thank you for sharing!
L. Done
L. Done 7 aylar önce
Your Dad must be proud to see his skills and talents passed along to you. I would be proud if you were my son. Lovely work.
roscoe jones
roscoe jones 3 yıl önce
If you want to cut a curve from thick material without a band saw, cut a template with a jig saw from tempered masonite, sand it fair, attach it to your stock. Use locating marks to be able to attach it to the exact corresponding spot on the other side. Use a long (2"), 1/2" dia. top bearing pattern cutting bit in a good router to cut your shape from each side. Result will be a perfectly square and accurate cut requiring very little sanding.
wintercook2 3 yıl önce
@John Walker Plunge routing with a 2 inch cutting edge sounds scary. I recommend a 1 and 1/8 diameter bit with a 1 inch cutting length. Maybe even start the pattern cut with an even smaller bit. And I would definitely remove all but about 1/8 inch of material outside the line. I use pattern bits so often I have them in dedicated routers. A pattern bit was my first thought when I saw the time put into that beautiful curve. The design is exquisite. There might be one like it on my driveway soon.
John Walker
John Walker 3 yıl önce
@carlrogers you can route into the timber. But I have a 15amp router. And I'm telling ya what you did with the circular saw is probably gonna be the fastest way besides a giant floor bandsaw or a portable bandsaw.
carlrogers 3 yıl önce
nice idea, does the cutting bit not have to have more free space around it? as in, can you route straight into the timber or do you need to rough cut so it doesn't clog?
Darren - Cottage Atelier
Darren - Cottage Atelier 3 yıl önce
Well done, that is a work of art, as well as something useful, you have inspired me to have a go, the only thing I have not got is a planer/thicknesser so I would need the mill to bring everything down to almost final dimensions for me. What a great video, keep them coming :-)
carlrogers 3 yıl önce
best of luck with it!
Pathfinder georgia
Pathfinder georgia Yıl önce
Absolutely beautiful craftsmanship, thank you for sharing your skills
Richard Teychenne
Richard Teychenne Yıl önce
Beautiful workmanship a pure pleasure to watch!
Bryan Coventry
Bryan Coventry 3 yıl önce
What you have built here is in fact ''A Bedfordshire farm gate'' in the days of smaller farm machinery and when the horse was the power sauce , each County or Shire, had its own very distinctive design of gate. Some time in early 1980s. I was at the Buckingham county show. A gentleman in his late 80s was displaying scale models of all the gates of England. Sadly little interest was being shown by mostly a younger generation farming at the time. I had a very enlightening conversation with this gentleman about the subject. He was a mine of information. Sadly now long lost.
Tim Esplan
Tim Esplan Yıl önce
@platinumc3ll I’m originally from West Sussex, so recognised it as being a local design, my childhood was full of battles with this style of gate!
platinumc3ll Yıl önce
Obviously not to this standard, but the design is similar.
platinumc3ll Yıl önce
@Tim Esplan we have many gates across Sussex like this.
Bert Plank
Bert Plank Yıl önce
@Chris Wills A finely crafted reply!.
24revealer 3 yıl önce
@Dan Barraclough That would imply the property the gate was on was a freeman of the realm who does not bear a lawfully granted coat of arms. A rare individual these days. Most people these days are statutory citizens...
timetowakeup now
timetowakeup now 2 yıl önce
Cracking gate! I remember being young and making the same style gate for the top of our drive way with me old man. Those were the days ! Good work!!
Brandt Thompson
Brandt Thompson 3 yıl önce
Another awesome video! Please keep them coming sir!
J Sz
J Sz 3 yıl önce
Loved it. Simple tools, nice project, great effect
Ferdinandsits 3 yıl önce
Lovely. Well made. You really ticked off the boxes with your square joinery and proper fit. Lovely oak as well.
Thomas Russell
Thomas Russell 3 yıl önce
Beautiful gate. Well done!
Andre Ricardo Antunes
Andre Ricardo Antunes 3 yıl önce
Belo projeto e execução! Parabéns
nadir zacaria
nadir zacaria Yıl önce
What a wonderful estate you have too, you can express your talent !
Shawn Goldsberry
Shawn Goldsberry 2 yıl önce
Excellent craftsmanship. That one piece (with the rad.) has as much time as the the rest of the gate. You are dedicated.
bobjons7 3 yıl önce
Wow that is one beautiful gate! Great craftsmanship! A hell of a great job...but you already know that😁. No sarcasms meant by my comment...I just hope you know how good you really are...because you deserve a lot of praise for your work. Thank you for sharing.
J. Brachthuizer
J. Brachthuizer Yıl önce
Carl, I have already subscribed to your videos. Besides the fact that I think those old farms are beautiful, I think it'd even better that you restore them. Please keep posting your videos.You're really doing a great job, man. Greetings from Holland, Jeroen
Ken Miller
Ken Miller Yıl önce
Worthy of any aquestrian stable Beautifully !!
David Walker
David Walker Yıl önce
JR BRUMLEY 2 yıl önce
Awesome work and great patience!
Kent Karlsson
Kent Karlsson 2 yıl önce
Absolutely beautiful, great job
J Thing
J Thing 3 yıl önce
Bloody beautiful both the finished product and the video itself. Thank you so very much for sharing..
MJK Yıl önce
Your quality of workmanship above and beyond outstanding work boyz 💯🇬🇧
blly8325 3 yıl önce
Great build. Love the tenons, latch system, and hardware 👏👏👍👍
carlrogers 3 yıl önce
Franc Strever
Franc Strever 3 yıl önce
32:35 stunning result. Nicely done! Great skills.
S North
S North Yıl önce
Nice carpentry and nice joinery. Well done!
Monte da Estrada
Monte da Estrada Yıl önce
I love TRshow when you find the right channels and yours is definately one of those. I find your videos relaxing and inspiring to watch. Here in Portugal there is a saying, "pouca e pouca" which means step by step or little by litte.
Piter P
Piter P 3 yıl önce
Awesome work !! Still waiting for more stone wall reparing videos. Thank you very much for share.
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