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Webster Groves, MO, US
If your beard is particularly stiff, you can keep your sander belts clean at no cost, though the technique can be a bit tricky to master...
A lathe is the last "big tool" I need in my workshop. This book would be great.
Hoping I win so I can learn to build some nice chairs...
Absolutely awe inspiring. I agree completely. If you are tempted to call something "bad wood" it just means you are too lazy to find a way to use that wood.
Now I just have to improve my skills so I can live up to that ideal...
Both seminars were great! I learned a bunch and will apply that knowledge to my scraping and hand plane restoration immediately (I've got quite the back log of hand planes to tune up/restore).
I've always wanted to learn how to build chairs, especially Windsors.
Just the book I need as I continue my journey further and further into hand tool woodworking.
I plan to attend the St. Louis show and would really like to watch your restoration work. The schedule for the St. Louis show has you under "Hand Tool Rodeo" with two other presenters and doesn't specify when your sessions will occur. For the "Hand Tool Rodeo" it has:
Friday 1:00, 2:30, 4:00
Saturday 12:00, 2:00, 4:00
Sunday 11:00, 12:30, 2:00
Do you know which of these are yours?
I'd love to give it a read.
Avatar shmavatar. You get a picture... :-)
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