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Join us Friday, May 6th from 5-7PM at the Studio, 1002 SE 8th Ave. It’s our Spring Open House to celebrate the WIN program and the accomplishments of its high school woodworkers. This is our first year working with Portland … Continue reading
Finishing is done by finishers. Finishers sniff fumes. Finishers teaching finishing forget fundamentals. So I’ve heard. Solvents are the key to understanding finishing techniques. Or at least an understanding of them will give you options for the finish that you … Continue reading
A Mastery student of mine came through town to visit. Over 10 years ago he studied with me and he’s building still. Not as much as he’d like but it’s a tough game this woodworking world. Not everyone understands how … Continue reading
Joinery is the art of knowing what wood to remove and what to leave behind. Reductive & simple, yet seductive in its intricacies balancing negative space with strength. Take too much wood away and you leave no strength. Take too … Continue reading
Join us for the Brilliant Chair class this Apr. 5-6 from 9am to 4pm each day. It’s a brilliant design attributed to Aldo Leopold and usable for tiny spaces as a chair, ladder, bookshelf, or computer table. We will build … Continue reading
A Blog for Southwest Woodworkers
seventeenth-century joined furniture; green wood, hand tools
A Blog for Woodworkers by Gary Rogowski
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Looking like Captain America since 2014
Woodwork, writing, walks, DIY and more!
The first years in a woodworker's career: putting down roots and setting up shop
Sculptural Woodwork made by Chris Wong in Vancouver, BC
A woodworking blog by Bill Rittner
Seventeenth- and eighteenth-century English and Irish furniture &c.
Custom crafts by Matthew Hickey
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