Monthly Archives: November 2013

Marc Spagnuolo’s “Hybrid Woodworking”

When I heard about this book my first thought was, “Why hasn’t this been done before?” Hock Tools has benefited greatly by the renaissance of hand woodworking tools, skills, instruction and advocacy. Much of that thanks belongs to the efforts … Continue reading

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Tom Fidgen’s “The Unplugged Woodshop: Hand-Crafted Projects for the Home & Workshop”

A great gift idea for the woodworker who appreciates using handtools, especially one who steers clear of the din, dust and and danger of power tools, Tom Fidgen brings us The Unplugged Woodshop: Hand-Crafted Projects for the Home & Workshop. … Continue reading

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Bob Lang’s “Building Blocks of SketchUp”

It’s that pesky gift-giving season again. Wouldn’t we look forward to it a lot more if it came around every four years? It’s an idea that may take some time to catch on… Meanwhile, if you find yourself in need … Continue reading

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