I wanted to pass on an update about our earlier Workshop Tour Of Studio Woodworking as they are going having a one day woodworking show. The woodworking school’s students will be exhibiting their work on Saturday May 12th 2012.
Here is a short video showing some of the pieces that will be on display.
Popular Woodworking announced that the Woodworking In America 2012 conferences registration is now open. The annual woodworking event has been very popular in the past and has sold out. In addition there are bonus activities available for earlybird registrants. Details are available on the event website.
Something new this year the Woodworking [...]
Oregon woodworkers take trees to treasures in local parks and recreation initiative. The Coravallis, OR Parks and Recreation department has started a program where they offer downed trees to local woodworkers for a donated project from the wood.
Once the donated projects are given to the city, they offer them for sale and the proceeds [...]
What do you do with condemned trees, these aspiring woodworkers build the ultimate wooden bikes from them. While most people cut the trees down and turn them into firewood or shred them for mulch Bill Holloway and Mauro Hernandez are taking trees nobody wants and turning them in rolling works of art.
The pair are [...]
The Aspiring Woodworker’s workshop tour of Studio Woodworking that is presented below is a series of random shots all taken during one afternoon. Studio Woodworking at Okanagan College offers a thirty five week full time program which covers a wide range of woodworking skills. The video is well done and offered in high definition.
An aspiring woodworker from Hawaii is woodturning a big bowl in time lapse video shown below. Aaron Hammer a wood turner from Hau’ula on the north shore of the island of Oahu turns a 36″ Monkey Pod bowl. With the steps captured on time lapse video.
Woodturning A Big Bowl In Time Lapse Video
Popular Woodworking has posted an update about the Woodworking in America 2012 conferences. As you know there are going to be two conferences this year, one in California with another in the Cincinnati area.
The update yesterday was published by Megan Fitzpatrick.
We’re busy editing the [...]
Michael Christopher of Wuzzup TV a local community television show produced this Lie-Nielsen factory tour video. The show based out of Lincoln County, Maine is hosted by Bobby Whear and Kit Hayden and highlights various regional locations, businesses and events.
I am not sure if the hosts are woodworkers but they do a good job discussing various [...]
As an aspiring woodworker I own a number of different chisels, how many chisels do you have? There are specialized chisels for many different purposes as Dennis Laney of A Woodworker Musings explains.
How many chisels do you Have?
I used to think that my wife simply didn’t understand me when she would widen her [...]
I came across an interesting article on Google about Roy Underhill’s The Woodwright’s Shop television show. The article titled “Woodworker Keeps Old Craft Alive” was printed in the Wilmington Morning Star back on December 19, 1981. This was from the first year the show was on the air, I thought some of you might find [...]
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