Visit the Blue Spruce Factory

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Today I got to tour the factory of Blue Spruce Toolworks in Sandy, Ore. I wrote about the details of the tour on my blog at Popular Woodworking Magazine. Check it out here.

— Christopher Schwarz

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4 Responses to Visit the Blue Spruce Factory

  1. disneytodd says:

    Love the tools but don’t think as a disabled woodworker I will ever own one of their tools.

  2. I didn’t realize that they had spalted options. Additionally, it appears as though I’m no the only one who likes big butts…they appear to be sold out. 😉

  3. Tim Raleigh says:

    Thanks for this and the article at PWM, I love Blue spruce tools and always wondered about how they were made.

  4. Joshua Allen says:

    I have one of their marking knives. Use it all the time! Great tool. If I could afford a complete set of their chisels, I would.

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