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Don't Forget To Make Stuff!

Lately, it seems like a large percentage of my shop time has been spent either trying to work on projects for the shop or restoring hand tools. 519 more words

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The End

The end. (quite a way to start a blog post, huh?)

On a piece of case furniture, some call it the side. I think of them as ends, as in “help me move this chest, grab the other end.” 364 more words

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some chair terms illustrated w period examples

some pictures, spurred on by Chris Schwarz’ last 2 posts on his blog, and my earlier one from today.

A stool. common as can be, but early ones (16th/17th centuries) are less common than hen’s teeth. 325 more words

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16th & 17th century English terms for chairs

I hate to do posts without pictures, but this one’s easier that way. I’ll do pictures in a separate post.

if you read Chris Schwarz’ blog, … 906 more words

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Good News about Chairs

Twelve years ago, I made my first chair from a tree.  I had no idea how to do it until I watched a video called… 431 more words

January 2015 update & first spoons

Well, lots going on & not going on around here. Let’s get one thing out of the way. “where are the bird photos?” some have asked. 237 more words

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Spoon carving at Plymouth CRAFT last weekend

Last weekend was my first class with Plymouth CRAFT, helping 12 intrepid folks carve spoons. What a time we had. (the facebook crowd can see some pictures here  474 more words

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