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- Michigan Woodworkers guild September 6, 2014
- San Diego Fine Woodworkers September 12, 2014 – September 15, 2014
- Woodworks September 26, 2014 – September 28, 2014 Perth, Ontario
- MASW Handplane weekend with Thomas Lie-Nielsen October 4, 2014 at 12:00 pm – October 5, 2014 at 1:00 pm
- Windsor Sawbenches at Highland Hardware January 31, 2015 – February 2, 2015
- Alabama Woodworkers Guild February 13, 2015 – February 15, 2015
- Australia Tour February 21, 2015 – March 15, 2015
- Kelly Mehler, Riveted Trunk March 28, 2015 – March 30, 2015
- Oregon Woodworkers Guild. April 9, 2015 – April 13, 2015
- Marc Adams School of Woodworking, Handplane Weekend April 25, 2015 – April 27, 2015
Peter Galbert's chair book
"Oak Furniture: The British Tradition"
"Coffin-Making and Undertaking," Paul Hasluck
Roorkee chairs (into the leather now)
Queens of the Stone Age "Era Vulgaris"
LostArtPress on Instagram
- First Review of ‘The Naked Woodworker’ wp.me/p19928-2TM 1 day ago
- RT @GeoWilsonMaster: I made a few of that Krenov style many years ago when I was young,and wanted a quick plane without much work. RE https… 2 days ago
- Jennie Alexander’s Bench Hook wp.me/p19928-2TI 2 days ago
Category Archives: Moulding Glossary
Scotia \ˈskō-sh(ē-)ə, -tē-ə\: A hollow moulding used especially in classical architecture in the bases of columns. While the term “scotia” (which means “darkness”) is sometimes used to refer to any hollow moulding, some sources use the term to apply to … Continue reading
flutes: A channel or furrow in a pillar, resembling the half of a flute split longitudinally, with the concave side outwards. Some authorities refer to Doric columns as “channeled” because they have a sharp arris at the meeting of the edges … Continue reading
cavetto: \kə-ˈve-(ˌ)tō, kä-\ A hollowed moulding, whose profile is one-quarter of a circle. It is principally used in cornices. A cavetto that flows from and terminates a straight line is called a conge, or sometimes an apophyge.
egg and dart: An ornamental device often carved in wood, stone or plaster quarter-round ovolo mouldings, consisting of an egg-shaped object alternating with an element shaped like an arrow, anchor or dart. Some historians contend this ornamental device is supposed … Continue reading
Dang. I had no idea that “facial angle” would evoke such an impassioned response. I’m still sorting out the online and off-line comments and will post a follow-up. In the meantime, let’s do an easy one (famous last words). fillet … Continue reading