Monthly Archives: August 2012

Range Finder

Yep, that kind of range. I know this has nothing whatsoever to do with sharpening, tools, woodworking, or any of the other stuff I manage to mouth off about. But this product deserves some attention. As some of you already … Continue reading

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WIA — Pasadena!

Linda and I will be in the Marketplace at Woodworking in America in Pasadena this October 12-14! We’ve had a great time at the previous WIAs and are especially looking forward to this one. I grew up near Pasadena and … Continue reading

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New Version of Bob Lang’s “Shop Drawings for Craftsman Furniture”

Popular Woodworking Executive Editor Bob Lang has compiled his three informative and popular books of Shop Drawings for Craftsman Furniture into into a single volume titled Great Book of Shop Drawings for Craftsman Furniture. Copious amounts of information as well … Continue reading

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+ EVOLUTIONARY, – REVOLUTIONARY: An Interview with Laura Mays, Part Two

Part Two: Linda: Which designers and/or makers throughout history in wood do you admire most and why is that? Laura:  I admire the everyday ordinary furniture from the past, particularly from before the Industrial Revolution, what’s known as vernacular furniture. … Continue reading

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Interview with Laura Mays, Part One is Available Now

I had a little case of … tech confusion, but the interview is here now.  It’s a great interview, definitely worth a read. Thank you for your patience.

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Interview with Laura Mays — Coming Soon!

Hi Everyone, Fat-fingered Ron published Linda’s interview with Laura Mays before it was ready. It’s almost finished and will be available soon. I apologize for the delay. Stay tuned. — Ron

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+ EVOLUTIONARY, – REVOLUTIONARY: An Interview with Laura Mays, Part One

Studio furniture maker Laura Mays hails from Ireland, has a background in architecture and design, and is a highly accomplished maker of wood furniture. She studied at the Glasgow School of Art, holds a Bachelor of Architecture from University College … Continue reading

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