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Re: Hybrid Tool Chest, Part I

What a great post. This is how we all started, our mistakes are how one learns the fastest. I just can't wait until the next post.
Keep it up!

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Beautiful Boxes: Design and Technique by Doug Stowe

The very first woodworker I was introduced to by a friend was Doug Stowe. I can hardly go into my shop without seeing Doug's influence everywhere. If the project is big or small Doug is hiding in plain sight if you know where to look. I would love to get this copy of his new book.

Re: UPDATE: Acts of Creation: America's Finest Hand Craftsmen at Work by Walt Harrington

Another great page turner for a woodworker!

Re: Wedge is the secret to perfect angled mortise-and-tenon joints


Re: Francis Cape: Utopian Benches

Simply beautiful

Re: UPDATE: Turning Wood with Richard Raffan, 3rd edition

I was just given a lathe but it has three projects ahead of it. I hope Richard Rafften's book will help

Re: How Does a Fine Woodworker Change a Lightbulb?

Watched this before my first sip of coffee, what a wake up! Thanks Fine Woodworking.

Re: UPDATE: Renaissance Intarsia, edited by Luca Trevisan

After reading Garrett Hack's book "The Hand Plane Book" my woodworking went to another level. Could reading "Renaissance Intarsia" do this for me again? I would hope so.

Re: What hand tools can't you live without?

Whenever I leave town my trusted wooden handscrews are in my suitcase. Looking at your box, not enough room, too bad but a couple four inch bar clamps might squeeze in. Personally I'm glad it's you and not me trying to make sense of this because, where is there room for my pin and brad nailers, compressor, and hose? Oh so many tools and so little room!

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