And the Other Stickers


In addition to the “Fancy Lad Academy of Woodworking & Charcuterie” sticker, the next set of stickers will feature the “Mine!” image (above) by Suzanne Ellison. Suzanne created this image of a crow made of tools using bits from A.J. Roubo’s “l’Art du menuisier.” The original hangs in my office.

The third sticker will be the cover of Roy Underhill’s book “Calvin Cobb: Radio Woodworker!” by Jode Thompson.

— Christopher Schwarz

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Publisher of woodworking books and videos specializing in hand tool techniques.
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6 Responses to And the Other Stickers

  1. says:

    Three fine additions Ralph

  2. alan - planesaw says:

    Will the Fancy Lad sticker be available by itself, say a pack of 3?

  3. These are going to sell extremely well. Even better than the farting divider.

  4. Erik Hinkston says:

    I’m gonna need a bigger tool chest, I’m running out of room.

  5. ctdahle says:

    I have never seen or heard the word “charcuterie” even once in the last 55 years. Then this morning my kid finds it in a book and asks me what it means. A couple of hours later I overhear the word while I am standing in line to get a rotisserie chicken at the deli counter at my at the (very UN-fancy) local grocery store. Thirty minutes later, it comes up in a YouTube advertisement for the Holiday Inn, and now on the LAP blog? It is a strange, weird, capricious universe.

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