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February 26, 2010

Handplane Basics: A Better Way to Use Bench Planes

A Review of:Handplane BasicsA Better Way to Use Bench Planes                with Christopher SchwarzThis is a video put out by the folks at Popular Woodworking Magazine and Woodworking Magazine (which are actually merging into...

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December 17, 2009

Turning Basics for Furniture Makers

I first got into turning wood about 8 years ago. The reason I bought a lathe was to turn furniture projects such as table legs, columns, knobs, etc. Being a self taught furniture maker, I assumed that I would...

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December 21, 2008

LumberJocks Woodworking Winter 2009 Awards

Martin from LumberJocks is at it again.  Below is the details about the upcoming Winter Woodworking Awards:(from the LumberJock's website)Are you knotty and keeping secrets? Then it's time to get busy and creative again and compete for some great prizes...

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November 24, 2008

Brian Boggs on Chair Design

Brian Boggs has been building hand-crafted chairs for more than 25 years that are as beautiful to look at as they are comfortable to sit on. I had the opportunity to attend Brian's class on chair design at this year's...

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November 16, 2008

Back From the Woodworking in America Conference

I made it back home from Berea, KY this afternoon safe and sound with my head spinning from all the great classes that I got to attend. If I had to come up with one word for my experience over...

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November 14, 2008

Interview with Joel Moskowitz

Joel Moskowitz is the owner of Gramercy Tools, makers of premium hand tools such as handsaws, brushes, holdfasts, and much more. He also runs a successful retail business in Brooklyn, NY under the name Tools for Working Wood. However, Joel's...

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November 13, 2008

Interview with Dave Jeske

Blue Spruce Toolworks was started in 2002 by Dave Jeske. In that short amount of time, Dave has made quite a name for his company, and more importantly, for the tools that he makes. The first tool that Dave made...

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November 09, 2008

Preventing Burn Marks on Cherry and Maple

I received a great question from Ray the other day and I though I'd share my response with you.  Here's Ray's question:<<<<<<<<<<<<<<I have a question more than a comment. I read somewhere that you can clean up saw burn marks...

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October 24, 2008

Review of Cast Iron Router Table Top from Peachtree Woodworking

I love going to as many woodworking shows as I can throughout the year. You get to see the latest and greatest from the "big names" which is fun.  But the booths I like the best are the small one...

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October 15, 2008

Interview with Clarence Blanchard

Clarence BlanchardClarence is president of Antique & Collectible Tools Inc., the corporation that owns the Fine Tool Journal and Brown Auction Services. Clarence began collecting tools early on in his life which first started because of his interest in woodworking....

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October 09, 2008

100 Skills Every Man Should Know: Test Your Knowledge

Sticking to our DIY theme this week, I found this DIY skills quiz on the Popular Mechanics website. They ask some random questions to test your DIY skills using a point system. Take the quiz below and see how you...

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October 08, 2008

Resurgence of all things do-it-yourself

One of the blogs that I enjoy reading is LifeHacker. It's a blog that offers practical advice on getting things done efficiently, something that I'm constantly striving to do. A little while back a post was written entitled, "The 'Greater...

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October 08, 2008

How do you use your Vise-Grip?

If you made a check list of the necessary tools that someone should have on hand for general maintenance, Vise-Grip locking pliers, would be on most people's list. I know that when I was growing up, I HAD to take...

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September 25, 2008

Interview with Robin Lee

Robin Lee  If you're on any of the woodworking forums around the Internet and asked a question to the group about Lee Valley Tools, or Veritas Tools,, you undoubtedly received a direct response from the President of the company, Robin...

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September 23, 2008

Getting Started in Woodworking

I have received countless emails over the past three years covering  every conceivable subject concerning woodworking.  But the one  question I am asked more than any other in one form or another is  this:  How do I get started in...

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