Dividers & Curves in the Store on Thursday

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We will have both Improved Pattern Dividers and Design Curves for sale in Crucible’s online store at noon Eastern time on Thursday, May 25.

Why are we waiting until Thursday? I’m still traveling after Handworks in Amana, Iowa. I decided to take a couple days off to see friends and clear my head after the last few months of grinding work to prepare for this fantastic show.

All of the tools are in the back of the trailer, which is parked on the prairie somewhere.

On Tuesday, I will drop these tools off at our warehouse in Indianapolis in the late afternoon. The warehouse employees will make a final count and return them to stock on Wednesday. So Thursday is the earliest we can make them available to you.

Thanks for your patience, and I hope everybody who wants one of these tools will be able to purchase them on Thursday.

— Christopher Schwarz

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Publisher of woodworking books and videos specializing in hand tool techniques.
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9 Responses to Dividers & Curves in the Store on Thursday

  1. Somebody is driving around the praire looking for a pair of dividers on a trailer.

  2. laterthanuthink says:

    Anarchist meeting in Minneapolis?

  3. It was a fun show. Next time I hope they order more sun and less rain.

  4. Trailer pack courtesy of Ty Black and myself, no need to thank us! 😏😇

  5. canadiananarchist says:

    Crucible doesn’t seem to take orders from Canada. Sad…

    ________________________________ De : Lost Art Press Envoyé : 22 mai 2017 08:55 À : richardcousineau@hotmail.com Objet : [New post] Dividers & Curves in the Store on Thursday

    Lost Art Press posted: ” We will have both Improved Pattern Dividers and Design Curves for sale in Crucible’s online store at noon Eastern time on Thursday, May 25. Why are we waiting until Thursday? I’m still traveling after Handworks in Amana, Iowa. I decided to take a coupl”

    • We will take orders from Canada after we get our business in the States sorted first. Shipping stuff across borders is labor-intensive, expensive and risky.

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