Monthly Archives: November 2010

The Wanamaker Organ

A very long year ago I posted about our experiences at Woodworking in America, the one in Pennsylvania. I mentioned in that post that I’d be adding more later about our visit to Philadelphia and our tour of the Wanamaker … Continue reading

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The Monkey on My Back

Tom Iovino’s blog is one of my favorites; his frequent posts are informative, amusing and personable. He and his brethren woodworking bloggers provide a real service to our industry with insightful posts about all aspects of woodworking. We all owe … Continue reading

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Note By Note

Linda and I enjoyed a great documentary last night: Note by Note: The Making of Steinway L1037. Here’s the Netflix blurb: Documentary filmmaker Ben Niles chronicles the creation of Steinway pianos and the vanishing breed of craftsmen who build them. … Continue reading

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The Edge Joint

One of the new things I learned while writing The Perfect Edge was Harrelson Stanley’s edge jointing technique. We’re not talking about jointing boards for gluing, but jointing a cutting edge on the finest stone as a last or near-last … Continue reading

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New Saw Blog!

Just a quick post to direct your attention to Matt’s new Saw Blog. Lots of great info about saws and sawing for all you sawyers out there. Great work, Matt. Keep it up!

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