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LostArtPress on InstagramSaturdays are for working out my personal stuff. This stool is headed in the right direction and will get an H-stretcher real soon.The dugout chair on its way to its forever home. All hail the new king and queen of Casey County, Ky.One of my design missteps. The problem? It doesn’t have the looseness of a real milking stool. Still, it holds your rump off the floor so it can stick around.
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Author Archives: fitz
John Hoffman – the co-founder of Lost Art Press – is divesting himself of some tools he no longer needs – and we’ve a handful remaining in the shop after the last open house (plus a few from me and … Continue reading
As on every second Saturday of the month the Lost Art Press storefront is open this Saturday, June 8, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., for all your book-browsing and woodworking-question needs. We have the entire line of books on display (as … Continue reading
Hang out with six (and in a couple cases a few more) of your new closest friends as you learn woodworking in our upcoming classes. Below are listed and linked those in which there are one or more bench spaces … Continue reading
I have little clue what Roy Underhill is doing in the picture above; it’s from 2012 when I was in North Carolina with Christopher Schwarz assisting on a tool chest class at The Woodwright’s School. My best guess, however, is … Continue reading
I wonder if Chris understood what he was unleashing when he first wrote about the Dutch Tool Chest. It’s the perfect blank canvas for woodworkers to exercise their ingenuity. Just a quick internet search will spill pages of configurations, colors, … Continue reading
Editor’s note: We’ve just sent Peter Follansbee’s book, “Joiner’s Work,” to the printer. It will be released in May. If you order a pre-publication copy from our store you will receive a free pdf of the book at checkout. I’ve … Continue reading