Tag: The Highland Woodworker

The Highland Woodworker Episode No. 20

October 16, 20150 Comments

Earlier this year at the same time as Handworks 2015 another exhibit was happening not too far away. An exhibit featuring a very famous tool box from a craftsman just about every hand tool user has heard of, Mr. Henry O. Studley. Among the many visitors to see the exhibit thanks to the behind the […]

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The Highland Woodworker Episode No. 18

April 18, 20150 Comments

While you’re waiting for me to release the final episode of the Tall Dresser Build, take an opportunity to checkout the latest episode of The Highland Woodworker featuring an interview with Matthew Teague in the “Moment with a Master” segment. Join Charles Brock and the crew as they visit Matthew’s much blogged about Music City […]

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The Highland Woodworker Episode 17

March 4, 20150 Comments

If you haven’t seen it yet the latest episode of The Highland Woodworker is ready and waiting for you. As always, Charles Brock and the crew bring us some great woodworking related content that’s worth taking the time to sit down, learn and enjoy. In episode 17 we’re treated to the following: Moment with a […]

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Episode No. 12 of The Highland Woodworker

April 30, 20140 Comments

Looking for something to watch while you wait for the next episode of Matt’s Basement Workshop to be posted? Might I suggest you checkout the latest episode of The Highland Woodworker? Episode 12 has recently been released, and according to the show notes you definitely don’t want to miss it. This month’s “Moment with a […]

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The Highland Woodworker Episode 11 is waiting for you

March 5, 20140 Comments

As I’m writing this post the snow is still on the ground in my part of Michigan, about 3+ feet on the ground from the looks of it. So it’s a perfect excuse to grab a hot cup of coffee (or cider), kick up my feet and watch the latest episode of “The Highland Woodworker”! […]

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November episode of The Highland Woodworker

November 16, 20130 Comments

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 […]

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MBW on The Highland Woodworker? Heck Yeah It Is!

November 13, 20139 Comments

I have officially arrived my friends! That’s right, Matt’s Basement Workshop Podcast has the privilege of being featured on the upcoming episode of The Highland Woodworker in their Woodworker’s Community Spotlight segment. I’m extremely excited to have been asked and can’t wait to watch the upcoming episode for more reasons than to see my own […]

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The Highland Woodworker Episode No. 6

April 14, 20131 Comment

Have you stayed current with “The Highland Woodworker”? If not, Episode 6 was just posted and is once again full of great woodworking content. Including the following: Moment with a Master: We visit chairmaker Jeff Miller at his Windy City workshop. Wait until you see his latest project. It’s a chair twenty years in the […]

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The Highland Woodworker Hanging with Jeff Miller

March 25, 20130 Comments

The other day I saw two of my favorite things combine together to whet my appetite and no it’s not the mixing of Peanut Butter and Chocolate to make a single delicious treat, although that gets me EVERY single time! Instead, what I saw was that The Highland Woodworker was visiting one of my favorite […]

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The Highland Woodworker Episode No. 4 is waiting for you

December 4, 20120 Comments

So what’s Charles Brock been up to lately? Well if you’ve caught the latest episode of The Highland Woodworker you’d know exactly where he’s been. Episode 4 of The Highland Woodworker was released just recently and it’s a great way to spend some time learning even more about this passion we call woodworking. Topics in […]

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