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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
Wow, you should have been there. The chairs that were built for the Sisters of the Road Café Auction last week totaled 18 in number. All were different and all special in their own way. Decked out in our bench … Continue reading
Creativity needs limits. It seems contradictory and yet it always is true. Given absolute freedom most artists and designers flounder about in search of a direction, a purpose, a method to their particular madness. But tell them to produce in … Continue reading
(this is a guest post by Studio Graduate Kent Saunders. You can learn more about Kent and his work at Woodcentric Studio) Designed as an “Art” chair, this piece is to be sold at an auction on November 8, 2013 … Continue reading
We just had our Resident Mentoring student finish up for the year. Brad Ewing came up from Austin, Texas to learn some woodworking and escape the heat. He did both. Check out his Table with a Drawer. Brad brought some … Continue reading
Our month long series of classes called The Hand Tool Shop are in full swing now. The first week we worked on tools and sharpening and we did some joinery work as we made a mortise and tenoned mallet. This … Continue reading
Our Residency Program members continue to produce some quality work as they continue their discovery of fine woodworking. In class today, someone asked if I was a carpenter. I explained that a carpenter works with great skill but a different … 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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