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Meet Elia Bizzari, Windsor chairmaker and prolific instructor. He teaches both online and at woodworking studios throughout the country. He will be teaching two classes for us this summer, the Continuous Arm Windsor Chair and the Sack Back Windsor Chair. About … 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
One of the fascinating points to emerge from our Chairs by the Roadside Show was the difference that small changes can make to a chair design. We all started with a basic Café chair that I designed and tweaked and … Continue reading
It is no wonder that woodworking remains such a popular endeavor. The craft is filled with so much to learn. It is this curiosity that keeps us alive, that keeps us thriving. Learning new skills, honing old ones keeps us … 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
Summer session is coming right up and we kick it all off with our Three finishes in Three Days course! How many times have you put on a finish and been less than thrilled with it? Finishing is part art … Continue reading
As the designer of a piece of furniture, you are in command. You control where and how a viewer will first engage your work, where they will put their hand, what the experience of touching the piece will be like. … Continue reading
A simple design can be the most difficult to pull off well. Form, proportions, and scale are all key contributing factors to making a simple clean lined piece look good. This stool design has been a standard in the Studio … Continue reading
There is no better way to learn about the qualities of wood and working it than by using hand tools. This Spring we will offer four weeks of intensive training in hand tool use focusing on tools and sharpening, plane … 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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