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Woodworking in America 2013 – Peter Follansbee “Carved Spoons”

October 28, 20130 Comments

This year I decided I really wanted to take a class or two on topics that normally I wouldn’t be drawn towards. In the past this usually meant something to do with turning, carving a linenfold or leaf and especially nothing to do with hand-hewing a log. It’s not that I don’t think they’re worthwhile […]

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Woodworking in America 2013 – Mary May “Linenfold Carving”

October 26, 20130 Comments

At the top of my “woodworking things that intimidate me to tears“ list you’ll find woodcarving somewhere in the top 5, definitely far below “magnifying glass pyrography“. Considering I took the plunge not so long ago and faced my fear of woodturning, and currently I’m alive and not noticeably maimed (thanks to tricky camera angles […]

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Woodworking in America 2013 – Roy Underhill “TIMBER!!!”

October 22, 20131 Comment

I have no doubt in my mind that the chance of me felling a tree and then taking the time to hand hewn it is pretty much zero. But that didn’t stop me from attending one of my favorite classes this year at Woodworking in America 2013. The opportunity to sit in Roy Underhill’s class […]

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