W E L C O M E !
Welcome to PerFect Woodworks, a webpage dedicated to the wood-works

and craftsmanship of Leo Frilot. Using a lathe and a combination of both

local and exotic woods, Leo has created a collection of exquisite items that

both frame and enhance the textures, shapes, and colors produced by nature.

With over two hundred photographs of items in the PerFect Woodworks

Gallery, ranging from simple crosses to intricate chessboards, you are sure

to find a great gift or an addition to your collection.

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Headed into a hot busy summer with great expectations. The generous bounty of Spring 2012: new designs and great new tools great sales from local crafts fair and a treasure of memories with great people.  Looking forward to a great meet-up with Craig Jackson of Easy Wood tools and John Smith and other members of the American Association of Woodturners (AAW) which will be holding its  2012 symposium in San Jose, CA.

Visit the Pefect Woodworks Gallery for the latest pictures or check out the slideshow below.

The items above or pictured in the gallery may be purchased directly using the PFWW order form that can be found on the Contact me link.  


To view or purchase his latest work in person, please visit the following venues:

LSU Museum Store (Shaw Center)
Shaw Center for the Arts
100 Lafayette Street
Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Circa 1857

1857 Government St · Baton Rouge




|  |   Lathe   Lagniappe            |  |  |  |  |  

    • In Louisiana, the term lagniappe refers to "a little
    •  something extra."

        • Safety Sign Humour


Archived Photos from the Library of Congress

Huge 19th century Nine-foot Lathe (1840-1868)

War-time Lathe Training Session in India, 1943