Ploughing Through Hayward

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We haven’t forgotten about “The Woodworker: The Charles H. Hayward Years” book – it’s just so massive that everything takes a long time to do. I think we are in our seventh year of working on this book now.

As penance, I offer up this awesome drawing from Hayward on making grooves.

— Christopher Schwarz

P.S. This is just a quick scan of the paper proof. Our real scans are much crisper.

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14 Responses to Ploughing Through Hayward

  1. Gene ORourke says:

    Just out of curiosity…. When scanning the source material, do you need to remove it from the binding to get a good, flat scan? Just wondering if there is a small element of destruction necessary to enable this new creation?

  2. Deniseg says:

    If this is an indicator of the type of instruction found in “The Woodworker…”, we are in for a real treat one day.

  3. paul6000000 says:

    Pictures! The more the better, I always say.

  4. wldrylie says:

    I just wrote a nice post about Mr. Hayaward. I was logged in using my Word Press account. I posted and got the error message I need to be logged in. Not the first time. Now, I’ll be gone!

  5. Ryan Cheney says:

    The fact that I learned two useful tips from one picture of what will likely be an epic tome of a book means there are likely to be many more. I don’t want to assume, but this makes me incredibly excited. Sounds like it will be very much worth the wait.

  6. toolnut says:

    Chris, I’m writing this to give you and John some extra info to help debug the login problem. This happens to me everytime I post on this site. I hit the post button. Get a message that says I must be logged in to comment. ( I logout every night). Hit the WordPress icon. Log in and it takes me back to the LAP site with the message below the comment box stating “Toolnut: You are commenting using my WordPress account. (Log Out / Change)”. Hit post and get the message that I must be logged in to comment at which point I must re-enter the http address for the blog, (just refreshing doesn’t work) select the post I wish to comment on. Re enter the text (I’ve gotten into the habit of selecting all of the text and copying it so all I have to do is paste it) hit post and everything works fine. FYI in terms of debugging, if I log into another WordPress site (Megan’s) it works fine and if I log into hers first and then come here I don’t have any problems posting. It’s just the first time I try to comment here. This happened a while back and then it worked fine and now has been happening for quite a while.

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