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“I think I’m going to have to drop out of the class. This is way over my head”. This is what two students in a carving class once told me after seeing what the project was for the week. Admittedly, I had vaguely titled the class “18th century carving”, finally deciding on a pretty fancy cartouche for the project. I talked them into staying, and everything worked out, but it prompts me into thinking about all the associated tools and techniques that accumulate and contribute to a successful class experience. In a recent carving class we covered the usual [...]
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 [...]
My wife has wanted a 6 legged William and Mary highboy forever. I am finally chipping away at it bit [...]
Do you have a special car that you bought that you only use to go out and buy broccoli? Do [...]
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