Milton, PA, US
Really liked his first book, would like to get his second one for freeee! Sign me up.
Cool giveaway - pick me! pick me!
Sure, I could use another DVD.
I love toolmaking, and I love books. I'll take it if my name is pulled.
I'm a big Carolla fan, and listen to his regular podcast - saw Asa's name on the list for Ace on the House and had to listen. Good job, Asa - I thought you held your own with Adam (a challenge many of his guests don't meet). For goodness sakes, stop saying your boring - folks tune in for home repair, which is way more mundane and boring than furniture making.
Another reason to use hand tools - I can listen to podcasts while working.
Working Wood in Milton, PA.
I built a cabinet very similar to the one described in the article when it first came out, and I suppose it's "quick to build" vs. 18th century fine furniture, but it still took me almost 6 months of casual shop time to finish it. It's a good design, and it does hold a lot of tools.
Working wood in Milton, PA
Looks like a nice book, and "small" projects have a better likelihood of getting finished, so sign me up.
Good choice for a prize - it's going on the wish list if I don't win it here.
Good choice - I'd love a copy of this book.
Thanks for the chance to win!
Sure, I'll go in for a chance to win.
When are we going to see a reprint of "The Essential Woodworker?" Used-book prices on this one are crazy.
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