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Re: UPDATE: Fine Woodworking's Tables and Chairs

I need this book...

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

These look like fine books but I never win anything!

Re: Dovetails Just Got a Little Easier

Lots of ways to complete a task...use what works best for YOU.

Re: Hand Tools Reinvented

Wow, very cool tools...I would keep these in my house and not in my shop. I would just like to look at them everyday!

Re: Dream Workbench

Beautiful bench Jon...I would love to see your plans if you are still sending out info on your build. My email is
gt22779@aol.com
Thanks,

Re: UPDATE: Mortise and Tenon Joinery by Hendrik Varju

Knowledge is power...thus, I would love to have this dvd.

Re: The Ghostly Woodworker

Awesome videos...very entertaining and obviously a great deal of effort to make. Thank you for sharing this wonderful
build.

Re: Der Zinkenknecht, a Dovetail Jig

The results are very nice!

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

I would love to have this book and to learn french polishing.

Re: A Step Stool With Box Joints and Loose Tenons

I have so much to learn!

Re: It's impossible to cheat at woodworking

Is using your thumb to line up that first cut with a handsaw
cheating? Is using a square to mark the line of your cut
cheating. I think these are the same as using any jig. It is not cheating...it is improving on the use of the tool.
Great article Matt.

Re: Help me choose what to build for a video workshop

Option 1 gets my vote.

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

I love Gregory's work and I would truely enjoy this video.
Count me in! Thanks.

Re: Dream Workbench

I agree with the others...this is one of the finest, well planned bench I have seen. I love it. Hopefully, you
will share the plans someday.

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

Add my name to the list...I would love to have this.
Thanks.

Re: Why does FWW cost more than other magazines?

I love FWW. I subscribe to several woodworking magazines and for me FWW is the best fit. That said, it's good that we have choices and competition. If I could only select one, it would be FWW both on line and in print.
thanks, george

Re: UPDATE: 2011 Fine Woodworking Archive DVD-ROM (1975 - 2011)

I would love to own this DVD...more than all the other guys and gals! Thanks for the chance to win it.

Re: We're Giving Away Grooving Planes!

Yes, a plaid shirt does make me a woodworker!

Re: New Yankee Workshop Series Ends

Although I like This Old House, I loved The New Yankee Workshop and the craftmanship of Norm. He will definately be missed by me and many others but I just wanted to thank you Norm for all the wonderful shows, advice and encouragement you have given all of us wanna-be woodworkers.
Good luck with your future endeavors.

Re: End of an Era

Very clever...a piece most of us would enjoy having...it just makes one smile.

Re: Art Nouveau bookcase

Awesome...I too would love to see and hear more about this piece.



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