knotted [not-id] adjective having knots; knotty
knot [not] noun the hard, cross-grained mass of wood at the place where a branch joins the trunk of a tree, a part of this mass showing in a piece of lumber, wood panel, etc.
corked [kawrkt] adjective stopped or closed with a cork
cork [kawrk] noun the outer bark of an oak, used for making stoppers for bottles, floats, etc.
Knots and grain give a uniqueness to each piece of lumber, no two are alike, just like the signs and furniture we create. Cork, another favorite material (which started as a tree), is plentiful around the shop from another passion, wine. It is the finishing touch on each bottle of wine, and each Knotted & Corked creation.