Tag: Megan Fitzpatrick

Tool Basics for Getting Started in Woodworking DVD

May 28, 20132 Comments

While I’m wrapping up the final editing on part 2 of the Teak Shoe Rack I keep thinking about other projects that are just as quick and easy to build. The nice thing about this project was that I really didn’t very many tools to complete it. In fact, it’s the kind of project that […]

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A worthy cause like none other!

October 17, 20120 Comments

I couldn’t resist linking to this blog entry from our good friend Megan Fitzpatrick! “…on eBay, I’ve up for auction two of the three copies of the long-sold-out 2008 hardcover ‘The Art of Joinery’ I have in my woodworking library. (I’m hanging on to the last one … until I need money for a kidney […]

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Free chapter download of Jeff Miller’s “The Foundation of Better Woodworking…”

October 17, 20120 Comments

Are you subscribed to Popular Woodworking Magazine’s Newsletter? The latest one just arrived in my inbox and as I gave it the cursory once over I saw a short snippet from Megan Fitzpatrick talking about the soon to be released (as of writing this post) book from Jeff Miller – “The Foundations of Better Woodworking: […]

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468 WIA lectures pt 2

October 24, 20110 Comments

As promised, today’s episode is the second of two episodes featuring selected clips from some of the classes I attended at Woodworking in America 2011. There were a lot of great classes to choose from and the lecturers were equally fantastic. In today’s episode I’ve included clips from Megan Fitzpatrick’s “Your first dovetails”, Charles Brock’s […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 105

February 17, 20111 Comment

Today’s episode was written by Megan Fitzpatrick for the “Woodworking Magazine Weblog”. It’s titled “How Many Saws Does it Take” and was originally posted September 17, 2010. To find more great articles like today’s post, visit the “Woodworking Magazine Weblog” at www.blog.woodworking-magazine.com/blog. Download Audio File Do you have a blog post or an article you’d […]

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