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Re: UPDATE: Finishing Wood from Fine Woodworking

Finishing always room for improvement. Count me in, would love to improve my skills.

Re: UPDATE: Outdoor Wood Projects by Steve Cory

Perfect time for some outdoor projects count me in !

Re: UPDATE: 3 Book Giveaway! Taunton's Complete Illustrated Guide to...

Three books by three great authors count me in!

Re: UPDATE: Wooden Boxes, by Doug Stowe and Strother Purdy

Count me in sounds like a great book. Love to learn more from an expert.

Re: UPDATE: Why We Make Things and Why It Matters: The Education of a Craftsman by Peter Korn

Looks like a great book count me in love to add it to my reading list

Re: UPDATE: Blanket Chests by Scott Gibson and Peter Turner

Count me in Would love to make a blanket chest to pass down through the generations.

Re: UPDATE: Honing and Setting Jointer and Planer Knives by Hendrik Varju

Count me in I really could use help with honing my knives Hendrik seems so knowledgeable.

Re: UPDATE: Wood Bender's Handbook by Zachary Taylor

Would love to give bending wood a try. Sounds like a great book count me in.

Re: UPDATE: In the Greene & Greene Style: Projects and Details for the Woodworker by Darrell Peart

Count me in would love to win this book.

Re: UPDATE: In the Greene & Greene Style: Projects and Details for the Woodworker by Darrell Peart

Count me in the pictures alone are inspiring.

Re: UPDATE: French Polish an Ukulele with Vijay Velji

Would love to learn the process to use on a guitar. Count me in.

Re: UPDATE: Win an all-access pass to Fine Woodworking Live 2013!

Love to go ! Great way to learn from the Best and get out of the shop to connect with other woodworkers face to face.

Re: UPDATE: Win an all-access pass to Fine Woodworking Live 2013!

Count me in . I would love to attend for FREEEE.

Re: UPDATE: Renaissance Intarsia, edited by Luca Trevisan

Very interesting book . Love to have it. Count me in.

Re: UPDATE:French Polishing: Finishing and restoring using traditional techniques by Derek Jones

Count me in French polishing would be a great skill to know more about.

Re: UPDATE: Routers & Router Tables from the editors of Fine Woodworking

Count me in . I think I am under using my router and I would love to expand on this skill.

Re: UPDATE: Routers & Router Tables from the editors of Fine Woodworking

What a great looking book. Count me in I would love to learn more!

Re: UPDATE: Sharpening & Tuning Hand Planes and Chisels by Hendrik Varju

Would love to win this DVD. Seeing and rewinding to see again can only help me build my sharpening skill. I know my skills need improving.

Re: UPDATE: Making a Welsh Stick Chair with Hugh Roberts

Chairs the next level of skill to being a true craftsman. Count me in would love to expand my knowledge.

Re: UPDATE: Arts & Crafts Style Coffee Table with Gregory Paolini

Would love this DVD seeing it done makes learning easier .

Re: UPDATE: Arts & Crafts Style Coffee Table with Gregory Paolini

Count me in what a great looking DVD. Would love to have it.

Re: UPDATE: Making Wood Tools with John Wilson

Making tools to work with sounds great count me in. Skill building at it's finest.

Re: Win an all-access pass to Fine Woodworking Live!

Count me in . What a great prize of hands on knowledge.

Re: Last-Minute Gifts for Woodworking Dads

What could be better for Fathers day than time in the shop with your kids. They could help with other chores like mowing and cleaning so we would all get time in the shop. Try to use the shop time to teach a skill they can use in world even if they don't turn out to love wood dust as much as you do. Build shop projects that can be passed on to them as they grow.

Re: UPDATE: Windsor Chairmaking by James Mursell

Would love a chance to win this great book.

Re: UPDATE: Fine Woodworking Best Workbenches from the editors of Fine Woodworking and a special magazine issue, Workbenches.

Count me in a great prize I would welcome in my shop.

Re: UPDATE: Fine Woodworking Best Workbenches from the editors of Fine Woodworking and a special magazine issue, Workbenches.

Count me in I need to build a new workbench and this would be a great help.

Re: UPDATE: Woodworking 101 by Aime Fraser, Matthew Teague, and Joe Hurst-Wajszczuk

Would love to win this book count me in. The projects sound great for us beginners

Re: UPDATE: DVD Giveaway: Fine Woodworking 2011 Annual Collection

Count me in I would love to add to my skills in the New Year

Re: UPDATE: DVD Giveaway: Fine Woodworking 2011 Annual Collection

Would love a chance to win this. Love your books and Mags would love to try a DVD. Count me in. Thanks

Re: UPDATE: Using Your Router and Router Table Safely by Hendrik Varju

Would love to win a DVD by Hendrik . He is so knowledgeable in would be great to see him instead of just reading his great articles.

Re: UPDATE: Building Small Cabinets by Doug Stowe

Looks like a great book to add to the shop.

Re: UPDATE: Building Doors & Drawers by Andy Rae

I would love to win a copy of this book, count me in. Doors and drawers are so challenging I would love to learn more.

Re: UPDATE: Using and Tuning Your Bandsaw by Hendrik Varju

I would love to win this DVD from Hendrik Not many people as thoughtful and knowledgeable as he is.

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: 4 "issues" of The Missing Shop Manual series

Great books to have I just added a shaper to my shop and could use more info.

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Acanthus Carving and Design by Bob Yorburg & Hans Sandom, Illustrator

Love a chance to learn a new skill count me in .

Re: UPDATE Caption contest: Win a CommandMax Sprayer

I love the sound of a sander in the morning ?

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Working with Routers from Fine Woodworking

I would love a chance to win this book. Always looking to learn more about the versatile router.

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Working with Routers from Fine Woodworking

A chance to learn more about routers. Sign me up!

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Woodworker's Guide to Wood from Fox Chapel Woodworking

I would love to win this book . A perfect addition to any woodworkers bookshelf. There is always more to learn about the materials of our craft.

Re: We're Giving Away Grooving Planes!

How come I am left handed in one picture and right handed in the other? Boy I'm more talented than I thought. Groovy

Re: We're Giving Away Grooving Planes!

Come on take the picture already. The GQ photographers are so much better, and craft services are better too. Why do I put up with this? Male modeling is so grueling I haven't eaten all day.

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Fundamentals of Model Boat Building by John Into and Nancy Price

I would like a chance to win this book. My father in law is a sailor and I might like to make him a nice model for his home. Thanks

Re: We're Giving Away Grooving Planes!

Do you think they can tell I'm not wearing pants?

Re: We're Giving Away Grooving Planes!

Here I will show you how to use a tool that Norm has never seen. If enough of you readers like this I will be able to buy the sleeves for my shirt and I will look just like him. Shoot, I forgot the most important thing. Please remember to wear these safety glasses.

Re: UPDATE: Back to Basics: Fundamentals of Sharpening from Fox Chapel Publishing

I would love a chance to win this book. Sharping is a skill I really need to work on and I am sure everyone could use help on this subject.

Re: You Want What? Contest

I did a job with a carpenter that was a basement remodel and the entire job was meant to be a english pub style rec room. The plan from the start was a drop ceiling with a tin ceiling look. The walls were finished and the owner told us she now hated drop ceiling and could it be sheetrocked. There are many valves and junction boxes and wires that needed to be used later so this was not an option. The next day she came to us with a picture of a beach house that she wanted the room to look like now, My solution to this problem was to make beams with shiplap bead board panels that were pickled and removable. It actually cam out great even if it took three times as long to build as it should.

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Beginning Picture Marquetry by Lawrence Threadgold

This book looks very interesting can't wait to get started.Count me in.

Re: You Want What? Contest

I was thinking of a job I had in college where the boss came in one day with a pile of barn siding he found on an old fallen down barn and a few boxes of sheetrock screws. He wanted me to make very , very crude cabinets out of the boards with as much rustic appeal as possible so his wooden boxes would look even more refined and polished. I have to admit they had a certain rustic charm. He used them for a few years and I stopped in where his store used to be a few years later and the new owner had some glass ornaments displayed on them. I guess it was four hours well spent.

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Beginning Picture Marquetry by Lawrence Threadgold

I have a 20 yr old Hegner scroll saw and would love to learn to use it for more than the few puzzles I have cut . Sounds like it would be great for next years Christmas gifts.

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Back to Basics: Setting Up Your Workshop from Fox Chapel Publishing

I finally got to finish reading the book. I thought it was very well done but some of it was a little to basic. I think that a follow up book for improving and expanding a basic shop would be a great addition. Show us how the pros tackle their shops. All in all I liked the book and love Fine Woodworking.

Re: You Want What? Contest

I had a request to build a set of built in shelves to fit a building that was purposely built out of square. The building had to fit a zero lot line building that had to follow the crooked lot. The shelves had to try to look square but be built "crooked". As my father in law would say " A man on a galloping horse would hardly notice the difference." They would not let me build them to hide the out of clitter situation I think they wanted to show it off.

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: The Frugal Woodturner by Ernie Conover

I have always been a "square " woodworker so it might be time to "Go Round" I have an old lathe and could use help getting it going.

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Back to Basics: Setting Up Your Workshop from Fox Chapel Publishing

I am re setting up shop so this would be a great book to help maximize my shop enjoyment.



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