Tag: Fine Woodworking

Spoken Wood Podcast No. 27

March 23, 20102 Comments

Today’s episode is the first by a brand new contributor to the show, Mr. George Walker of the Design Matters blog. George is a great teacher, woodworker and writer. He’s also hosted a series of DVDs all about design with Lie-Nielsen Toolworks and has started authoring a column at Popular Woodworking Magazine about the design […]

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417 Hendrik’s March Question and Answer

March 3, 20101 Comment

Hi everyone, Hendrik is back for the month of March and we’ve decided to do a last minute audience question and answer session. If you missed submitting your question, don’t worry…we’re taking them and setting them aside for more episodes upcoming in the future. Hendrik has back to back Woodworking shows coming up the first […]

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415 February 2010 Schwag Giveaway

February 26, 20100 Comments

It’s the end of February and as the second month of 2010 comes to an end, let’s giveaway some schwag! Thanks to everyone who entered their name for a chance, hopefully you’ll be one of the lucky winners. But if not, rest assured the chance to win again starts all over again in March so […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 16

February 25, 20101 Comment

Today’s episode is titled “Round Like the White Man’s Bullets” written by Christopher Schwarz of Woodworking Magazine Weblog. Originally posted July 9th, 2007. You can find this article or many of the other great articles written by Chris and posted on the Woodworking Magazine Weblog by visiting blog.woodworking-magazine.com. Click to Play Download Audio File If […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 14

February 21, 20100 Comments

Today’s episode was written and recorded by Joel Moskowitz the author of Joel’s Blog at Tools for Working Wood and is titled “Getting A Grip On Things”. This article was originally posted on Oct 5th, 2009. If you’d like to read more of Joel’s blog posts you can find his articles at www.toolsforworkingwood.com then click […]

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409 Hendrik’s February Visit “How Do I Learn Woodworking”

February 4, 20101 Comment

Hendrik is back this month and our topic of discussion is “How Do I Learn Woodworking”. Just like there are so many different aspects of woodworking there’s more than one way to learn woodworking. Whether it’s taking a class or simply playing around in the shop, learning woodworking is a personal journey that starts with […]

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The Daily Matt No. 71

February 3, 20101 Comment

One of the most common questions I get regularly is “Why buy a high end plane like those from Lee Valley or Lie-Nielsen?” “Is there a real difference?” “Can’t an inexpensive plane do the same thing?” After having some experience with Premium planes and some not so premium ones, I’m starting to understand what works […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 5

January 31, 20103 Comments

Today’s episode of The Spoken Wood Podcast is “Brooklyn Vise Squad” by Ron Hock of The Sharpening Blog originally posted October 11th, 2009. Click to Play Download Audio File If you haven’t done so yet, subscribe to the Spoken Wood Podcast feed so you won’t miss any upcoming episodes. While it’s currently available in the […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 2

January 20, 20101 Comment

Welcome back to another episode of The Spoken Wood Podcast. Today’s episode is from one of the most prolific woodworking writers published online and in magazines. Chris Schwarz of Popular Woodworking Magazine is one of the most recognized names in woodworking and has inspired many woodworkers to step out of their comfort zone and try […]

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Wood Talk Online No. 65

January 7, 20100 Comments

Questions or Comments?You can get a hold of us by either dropping us an email at woodtalkonline@gmail.com or you can pick up the phone and leave us a message on our voice mail at 623-242-2450. What’s on the Bench: Marc’s finishing up his prep for the upcoming William Ng classes. Matt is building some bookcases […]

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