November episode of The Highland Woodworker

November 16, 20130 Comments

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If you’re a fan of The Highland Woodworker like I am than you make it a point to never miss a single episode. Given that the show is available to watch whenever, and practically wherever you are, you need a pretty good reason as to why you can’t watch.

And if you’re not already a fan of the show, well…than hopefully this month’s episode will convince you not to miss another one.

Imagine my excitement when I received an email from Charles Brock asking if I would be interested in producing a short segment for the series all about my own website?

It goes without saying, it’s a huge honor for me. But regardless of how excited I am about being included on the show, there’s some even more great content this month you shouldn’t miss, including the following:

  • Tim Hintz builds “Fresh Chairs” from a tree. Watch Tim’s method as he splits, shaves and bends the parts and assembles them into a “Good Sitting Chair.”
  • “Moment with a Master” Cabinetmaker and woodworking author Jim Tolpin tells us how the allure of building boats led him from a life as a geophysicist to working with his hands and mind. Jim explains designing furniture proportionately using ratios.
  • Popular Woodworking Magazine’s Tips, Tricks and Techniques: Bob Lang demystifies through cutting a series of through mortises.
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