I'm really excited to be working with Marc Spagnuolo, the Wood Whisperer to create in-depth content for his online woodworking guild. If you've been following me or my blog for a while, you may remember an oak writing desk I built with my good friend Jonathan at Homestead Heritage in Waco, Texas. Since I will be modifying and expanding the original design for the desk over the next couple of months and documenting the process for the Guild, I thought I'd share the original article I wrote about the experience building the chest at Homestead Heritage for F&C magazine. Click here to read the whole article.
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Click here to read my article in Furniture and Cabinetmaking Magazine about a weekend workbench featuring my favorite knockdown joint, the Tusk joint. This was one of my favorite builds to date, because it was a project with one of my favorite instructors at Pratt. Steve brings a whole lot of laughter and knowledge into the shop, and I love designing projects and building with him.
Click here to read my article published in Furniture & Cabinetmaking magazine on block planes- which every woodworker, power or hand tool focused, should have. It is a handy little plane capable of a myriad of tasks.
Click here to read my article published in Furniture & Cabinetmaking Magazine about striking tools. Get tips on which kinds of mallets and hammers to use where for the best results. Thanks for looking!
Click here to read my Handworks 2015 roundup in Furniture & Cabinetmaking Magazine. For a handtool woodworker in need of a little more camaraderie and community in their life, this was the show of a lifetime, and future installments are MUST NOT MISS events.
Click here to read my article published in Furniture & Cabinetmaking Magazine about introducing files and rasps into your woodwork to add all sorts of interesting dimension and shaping into your woodwork.
Click here to read it. This is probably my favorite article I've submitted to F&C mag. The router plane is one of my very favorite tools and has opened up a whole new world of creating and tuning joinery for me in the past three years, so I was excited to share that with other beginner woodworkers.
Click here to read my article in Furniture & Cabinetmaking Magazine exploring the available options with regard to marking gauges in the shop- and, learn how to get the most of what you've already got. Also of great importance, I got a Twilight shirt into a woodworking magazine with this one which, as far as I'm concerned, is a #megawin