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Liberty’s Woodworking Masters

by John Vogt - September 26, 2014

If you’re looking for that perfect creative gift idea or need a special accent to your home or office, then you won’t want to miss today’s Home Page feature at Sharp Woodworks in Liberty, PA.

Sharp Woodworks is a father/son operation producing high quality wood products with either CNC routed carvings or laser engravings and providing Woodworking Gift Ideas. Daniel has been in the Liberty area for many years and has had 20 years of experience in high end cabinetry products. Dwight and his wife have lived overseas and have “retired”. They are helping Dan to get his long dreamed of business up and running. Everything produced by Sharp Woodworks is local. They are a “Made in U.S.A. only” business.

Their shop is a little walk from their homes down through the woods onto the Liberty Borough road of East Hill Street. The shop used to be a two car garage with a downstairs area. As the business expands they have plans to make a much larger shop with a beautiful store in the front to better serve our community.

Sharp Woodworks produces three dimensional carvings on tables, shelves, gun and fishing pole racks, taxidermy panels, habitat platforms and custom furniture. You can see many of their products at sharpwoodworks.com.

Both Dwight and Dan thoroughly enjoy making each item they produce. They also work as vendors at many festivals and shows. Dan and Dwight say that it’s their desire to please both God and their customers. When an order is given to them they do their best to get it done right away and safely shipped off to their customers. In fact, if it’s not too far away, they will even save their customers the shipping expense by delivering the items personally.

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