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why did this take 30 years?

I just spent a week back at the Heartwood School for the Homebuilding Crafts  http://www.heartwoodschool.com/ – after being a student there in 1984, I finally returned to teach a small class in making the carved boxes. 474 more words

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2015 workshop dates, first batch

Before I tell you all about last week’s class out at Heartwood, (a great time. what til you see it) =  I have a bit of stuff to run down about next year’s classes. 302 more words

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White-Oak Basket Maker [2008]

    

While I was looking through that batch of photos, I found these picture of some guy at a heritage festival, making white-oak baskets. You can see him riving the oak with a froe. 50 more words

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a box distraction

It begins with this little box I made. Had been practicing chip carving in butternut & pine. Turned it into a box that right now holds small sharpening stuff. 265 more words

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test fitting the box w drawer

I did some more work on the box with drawer that I started the other day. First of all, this is as close as I get to having drawings to work from…and shortly after I begin, these are out the window.  247 more words

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Oak doesn't go bad...for the most part

 

I have a collection of bits & pieces of oak that I have carved over the years. One is a panel 7″ x 24″ – I wrote about this design way back when =  400 more words

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It'll look something like this

When I left Plimoth Plantation in June, I wrote that I would be pursuing other aspects of woodworking beyond 17th-century joined oak furniture. But I also laid out that I wasn’t giving up the oak stuff, just adding to it. 121 more words

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