STL 61: Mind-Blowing Marquetrycomments (0) June 13th, 2014 in blogs
Shop Talk Live 61: Mind-Blowing Marquetry
This week on Shop Talk Live, Asa Christiana sits down with acclaimed marquetry master W. Patrick Edwards, winner of the Society for American Period Furniture Makers' 2014 Cartouche Award for lifetime achievement. Find out how his 180-degree career change was meant to be, and what it takes to rise to the top of a venerable list of marquetry masters.
Plus, your woodworking questions on workbenches, and more.
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- Shop Talk Live 54: Greatest Hits and a Slight Delay
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- Shop Talk Live 51: Used Diapers in the Workshop
- Shop Talk Live 50: Tool Bombs and Colonial Woodworking
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