Tag: WIA 2008

332 Woodworking in America Day 1 – Detailed

November 23, 20080 Comments

I’ve already posted how the first day went while I was in Berea, Kentucky. But I thought it was important for all of you to get a real feel for how the lectures and clinics really felt. So today’s episode is a sneak peek at what the attendees of this year’s conference heard and experienced. […]

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Woodworking In America Bloggers

November 18, 20081 Comment

As you’ve heard me mention, I had a chance to meet with a number of fellow bloggers and podcasters at Woodworking in America. The great thing about meeting them was to compare notes and find out how much more we had in common than we already knew. Since I’ve been back I’ve been enjoying reading […]

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330 Wrap-up of WIA

November 18, 20080 Comments

The first ever Woodworking in America conference is in the history books and for me it wrapped up with an Advanced Dovetailing class taught by none other than Frank Klausz and then a discussion on eliminating tear-out while Planing by Christopher Schwarz! Again, here’s my impression of how the day went and a little about […]

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329 Woodworking in America Day 2

November 15, 20080 Comments

Day 2 is done and I’m still amazed at how much I’ve learned.  The highlight for today was an amazing seminar put on by Frank Klausz, Roy Underhill and Mike Dunbar on Mortising by hand.  I’ll never look at a mortise the same way again! Again, here’s my impression of how the day went and a […]

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328 Woodworking In America Day 1

November 14, 20080 Comments

WOW!!!  What a day today was.  I had a chance to attend four great lectures taught by some of the biggest names in the woodworking world right now. I only wish I could’ve been in two or three places at once.  Luckily my friends that I’ve made here…or should I say met in person here…Loogie, […]

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