Update on Leather-bound ‘Mouldings in Practice’

The leather editions of “Mouldings in Practice” by Matthew Sheldon Bickford are finished and ready to be picked up from the bindery.

Unfortunately, I’m on a bus to Chicago today.

So here’s the update: The leather books will go on sale Monday about noon Eastern time. They will be $185 postage-paid to anywhere in the United States. We have 30 of them for sale, and it will be first-come, first serve in the Lost Art Press store.

I’ll make an announcement on the blog at noon on Monday with photos and links.

Thanks for your patience.

— Christopher Schwarz

About Lost Art Press

Publisher of woodworking books and videos specializing in hand tool techniques.
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9 Responses to Update on Leather-bound ‘Mouldings in Practice’

  1. Taking the bus to Chicago? I would love to see the reaction of the person sitting next to you when you bring put down a copy of ATC, and start sharpening your chisel on the ride.

  2. stanberryk says:

    Just don’t get your panties in a wad.

  3. David Pickett says:

    Do you strap the toolchest to the roof of the bus, or oil the casters and tow it behind?

  4. Graham Burbank says:

    teaching a class? You might consider adding a calendar of events to your blog, so we know (when to break in, that is…)

  5. Patrick says:

    The best advice you will EVER receive concerning a visit to Chicago (a bold statement, but I stand by it.): Large thin pepperoni from Pequod’s. (The Pequod salad is also very good.) Add some beer and you can’t miss.

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