Monthly Archives: April 2012

Plane-Making with Craig Stevens!

So many woodworking schools, so many options for classes all summer! Linda’s writing a little piece for Sharp & to the Point, Hock Tools’ newsletter, with Craig Stevens about teaching plane making – the how and why woodworkers benefit from … Continue reading

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“Plane to Project” @ Anderson Ranch

Jennifer Anderson and David Welter will be teaching From Plane to Project at Anderson Ranch Art Center from June 18 -29. Students will make a plane and a small wall-hung cabinet. Jennifer is a College of the Redwoods Fine Woodworking … Continue reading

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Make a Greenwood Chair!

The College of the Redwoods Fine Woodworking Program here in Fort Bragg offers several classes each Summer. This year’s offerings include Dan Stalzer’s “Making a Greenwood Chair.” Dan’s a great teacher who very generously taught me how to sharpen a … Continue reading

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Why Does a Tool Cut?

Have you been to Joel Moskowitz’s blog at Tools for Working Wood? The one about Work – An Illustrated Magazine of Practice and Theory for All Workmen, Professional and Amateur? Joel insists it is the greatest of all the DIY … Continue reading

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Knife Handle

Ken Kennedy sent us a link to a perfect handle for our marking knife blade (#MK075). The handle is aluminum and walnut and allows the blade to slide to whatever extension you want. There’s a set screw to secure the … Continue reading

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How Sharp Is It? …

… It’s SO sharp — — it can make a shaving from a shaving. — it can cut you from an inch away. — if you drop it, it will disappear into the Earth. — the edge is transparent. — … Continue reading

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