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It’s been a pretty busy year so far in the teaching department. I started out in Williamsburg at the “Working Wood in the 18th Century” symposium with some lecturing and demonstrating on the subject of Rhode Island furniture makers. Had a great response and also a really fun event to be at. Will definitely be there next year! In early March I was at CVSW teaching Bob VanDyke’s dedicated group how to carve shells. Always a nice time there and some really good woodworkers showed up, so it was lots of fun. Later on in the month it was on [...]
Whether you’re sawing, planing or carving, the transfer of muscle power to the tool you’re using is accomplished by the [...]
“I think I’m going to have to drop out of the class. This is way over my head”. This [...]
When I'm carving a ball and claw foot, I use a gauge that includes all the info needed to [...]
As a woodworker there are a few times when you need something unusual or just in a hurry, and [...]
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