Three Fingers Sawmill provides custom lumber and furniture
WILLMAR -- James Dykema said he doesn't consider himself an artist when he's making his handcrafted wooden furniture.
But there's little doubt that he looks at wood with an artist's eye when he's deciding how to use a board from an old barn or a limb from a tree.
"The wood tells you what you're going to do with it," he said. "I do whatever the wood wants."
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