In digging through the inventory I found a large plastic trash bag full of shirts. We are already looking at a new design due out for Woodworking in America, but before we have anything else enter my domain we need to blow out the current blockage. In other words I have no more space. To see the shirts click here. All the shirts except the Anarchist Tool Chest editions, are American Apparel stock. The prices have been reduced and include shipping. We are limited in some sizes which you will see when you get to the order page.
Not sure how, but I found one copy of “Mouldings in Practice” bound in leather. Depending on how the book sells and when we re-print we may do another batch in leather. It won’t be anytime soon, however.
The book is on the site, so if you would like to purchase it click here. The price is $185, which includes shipping. If you click the link and can’t see the book that means it has been sold.
When we released “Make a Joint Stool from a Tree,” it was our most expensive book – and it was also the most expensive book for us to make. We heard from a fair number of readers that they were interested in the title, but that the price was too high.
To help encourage those people to experience this fantastic book, we are now offering free domestic shipping on “Make a Joint Stool from a Tree” – effective immediately and in perpetuity. If you have been on the fence about this title, we hope you’ll take a look. To purchase it click here
We have received 25 leather bound versions of By Hand & Eye and they look great. They were bound by the Ohio Book Store in Cincinnati and just made it to the LAP warehouse. The price is $195 (yes binding in leather is expensive) which includes shipping. They will be sold on a first come basis.
In an effort to bring this book to a wider audience we are having woodworkers come show their favorite techniques from the book. This video shows Tim’s favorite which was the mortise block. To quote Tim “that has really helped me chop a slot.”