Tag: Chuck Bender

Spoken Wood Podcast No. 218

September 11, 20120 Comments

Today’s episode was written by Chuck Bender for his blog Parings-A Woodworker’s Journal. It’s titled “Proper Planning” and was originally posted April 13, 2012. For more great posts and other information from Chuck, visit his website at www.acanthus.com Click to Play Download Audio File Do you have a blog post or an article you’d like […]

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When Chuck talks, Matt listens!

May 10, 20124 Comments

It must be a touch of Spring Fever, or the fact that I finally need to get outside and start doing all the yard work I put off in the Fall because I was using the colder weather as an excuse to stay indoors! Either way, April and May episodes are a little sparse. But […]

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Spoken wood podcast no. 189

March 22, 20120 Comments

Today’s episode was written by Chuck Bender for his blog Parings-A woodworker’s journal.  It’s titled “Mr. Hogarth comes to  town” and was originally posted May 12, 2011. To read more great posts written by Chuck, visit his blog Parings-A woodworker’s journal at www.acanthus.com. Click to Play Download Audio File Do you have a blog post […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No.173

January 19, 20120 Comments

Today’s episode was written by Chuck Bender for his blog “Parings – A woodworker’s journal”. It’s titled “Patina: It’s just not for antiques anymore”. Originally posted October 28, 2010. To find more great posts like today’s, visit Chuck’s blog at www.acanthus.com/parings-a-woodworkers-journal. Click to Play Download Audio File Do you have a blog post or an […]

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467 WIA 2011 lectures pt 1

October 17, 20113 Comments

This week starts the first of two episodes featuring selected clips from some of the classes I attended at Woodworking in America 2011. There are a lot of great classes to choose from and the lecturers are equally fantastic. While Woodworking in America is usually billed as a hand tool event, over the years several […]

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