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

We have thumbs so we can create art, tools and products to improve our lives and society in general. Let us continue to pay it forward.

Re: UPDATE: The Unplugged Woodshop: Handcrafted Projects for the Home & Workshop by Tom Fidgen

I have been using the woodshop at the local university, but they practice with power tools, and very few projects for hand tools. A few of the older ones including me, wish to have the how to for hand tools and this looks like the best one. Thank you for this opportunity and if I win I will share the the others at wood class.

Re: UPDATE: Carving in the Round by Andrew Thomas and How to Carve Wood by Richard Butz

As a senior woodworker, this looks like something to that would ad skills to our limited mobility. Love to have a opportunity.

Re: UPDDATE: Shop Improvements: Outstanding ideas from the world's finest woodworkers from Fine Woodworking magazine

What a great idea to share. We are a small company doing work work for individuals with disabilities and therefore anything we can get to improve our layouts, methods, procedures and or safety would be put to good and timely use. We download the free project all the time, use the to study methods, procedures and other method.
Thank you for the opportunity to have one of your great books.

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

It would be great to understand how to sharpen drill bits of all kinds, and to use that grinder in the corner with dust all over it. I really need a good book on keeping my tools sharp.

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