Fly-Tying Desk - Canadian Woodworking Magazine

Woodworkers' Gallery: Stan Otto of Edmonton, Alberta spent about 80 hours building this black cherry fly-tying desk. 


Fly-Tying Desk

Made by Stan Otto

He designed it, though he drew heavily from other Arts and Crafts furniture. According to Stan, the most difficult aspect of the build was getting the drop front lined up perfectly with the rest of the desk. The desk is finished with three coats of Danish oil and two coats of Antiquax. 

Related Articles

Fly-Tying Chest

Hobby Project: If you're a fly fisherman and a woodworker, there's no better project than a fly-tying chest. With lots of storage for smaller items it will make your fly-tying easier. And mix it up with some colourful woods for...