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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 206

June 26, 20120 Comments

Today’s episode was written by Andrew Lunn for the Eccentric Toolworks blog. It’s titled “Where do saws come from?” and was originally posted November 12, 2009. To find more great posts like today’s visit the Eccentric Toolworks blog at eccentrictoolworks.com. Click to Play Download Audio File Do you have a blog post or an article […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 200

May 22, 20120 Comments

Today’s episode was written by Robert Pridgeon for his blog Little Good Pieces, it’s titled “Blanket Chest Design, Mix and Match Moldings” and was originally posted September 2, 2011. To find more great posts written by Robert visit the Little Good Pieces blog at littlegoodpieces.wordpress.com. Click to Play Download Audio File Do you have a […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 199

May 15, 20120 Comments

Today’s episode was written by George Walker for the Design Matters blog. It’s titled “Apprentice Sketchbook December 2011” and was originally posted November 29, 2011. For more great posts like today’s visit the Design Matters blog at georgewalkerdesign.wordpress.com Click to Play Download Audio File Do you have a blog post or an article you’d like […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 197

April 26, 20120 Comments

Today’s episode was written by Jeff Miller for the Chairs and more blog. It’s titled “Angled Tenons” and was originally posted March 27, 2011. To find more posts written by Jeff, visit the Chairs and more blog at furnituremaking.com/wordpress. Click to Play Download Audio File Do you have a blog post or an article you’d […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 196

April 24, 20120 Comments

Today’s episode was written by Jameel Abraham for the Benchcrafted blog. It’s titled “A smoothing plane trick and some amazing dovetails” and was originally posted June 4, 2011. To find more posts written by Jameel, visit the Benchcrafted blog at benchcrafted.blogspot.com. Click to Play Download Audio File Do you have a blog post or an […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 195

April 19, 20120 Comments

Today’s episode was written by Tom Schmitt for Highland Woodworking’s Wood News Online . It’s titled “Arthritis and woodworking” and was originally posted in issue No.72 August 2011. To find more great and informative articles written for Highland Woodworking’s Wood News Online visit their website at www.woodnewsonline.com. While you’re there subscribe to receive the Newsletter […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 194

April 17, 20120 Comments

Today’s episode was written by Andrew Lunn for the Eccentric Toolworks blog. It’s titled “A Bone to Pick” and was originally posted May 21, 2010. To find more posts written by Andrew, visit the Eccentric Toolworks blog at eccentrictoolworks.com. Click to Play Download Audio File Do you have a blog post or an article you’d […]

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Spoken wood podcast no. 193

April 5, 20122 Comments

Today’s episode was written by Robert Pridgeon for the Little Good Pieces blog.  It’s titled “Folding trivet Roubo style” and was originally posted November 14, 2011 To read more great posts written by Robert visit the Little Good Pieces blog at littlegoodpieces.wordpress.com. Click to Play Download Audio File Do you have a blog post or […]

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Spoken wood podcast no. 192

April 3, 20120 Comments

Today’s episode was written by AJ Hopkins for the JHop’s Blog – What not to do.  It’s titled “Attitude is everything” and was originally posted August 3, 2011. To read more great posts written by AJ visit the JHop’s Blog – What not to do at woodtalkonline.com/blog/97-jhops-blog Click to Play Download Audio File Do you […]

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Spoken wood podcast no. 191

March 29, 20124 Comments

Today’s episode was written by Robert W. Lang for the Popular Woodworking Editors’ blog at Popularwoodworking.com and is read for us by guest host John Verreault. It’s titled “Tag team secret for graceful curves” and was originally posted October 28, 2011. To read more great posts written by Robert and the rest of the editorial […]

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