I’ve had my head so deep into a chair class I’m teaching this week that I forgot to mention that the Lost Art Press storefront will be open this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
There’s lots to see.
Megan Fitzpatrick is finishing up the insides of two Dutch tool chests – one for herself and one for a customer.
We have some of the prototypes of our newest Crucible tool: the Williams Welsh Card Scraper. You can give our two working prototypes a spin, but we won’t have any for sale I’m afraid.
I have a bunch of new stick chairs complete and almost complete – including a beautiful one in walnut. Come have a sit and take a gander.
Brendan Gaffney has been out of town but will likely be back and working on a chest on a stand that has some really tricky details, angles and joinery.
The storefront is located at 837 Willard St. in Covington, Ky., 41011. Come hang out and ask all the woodworking questions you like. Kids and pets are always welcome.
— Christopher Schwarz
6 thoughts on “We’re Open this Saturday”
I will be unable to attend so I will ask my question here. Are there some kind of hinges for the Dutch toolbox lid that will allow it to open far enough to lay flat against the back?
Regular butt hinges. It’s all about working the back edge so it doesn’t hit the carcase.
Too far away to come on Saturday but I’d love to see a photo of the walnut stick chair!!!
What’s different about the new card scraper?
I would like to see how Megan finishes up the inside of the Dutch tool chests, I built one and never finished the inside. I want to finish up my project and I am looking for ideas and inspiration,
I’ll post pictures when I’m done. Sometime next week.
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