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LostArtPress on InstagramOn Dec. 14, come to the Lost Art Press storefront and ask to “see the clock.” Whilst not as impressive as The Clock pub in Dublin, you get the idea. Also, this will be our last open day until June 2020.Today on our blog I’ve posted the latest installment on how I fix up vintage metallic planes for building furniture (as opposed to those who do it for NASA, which is admirable but is more work than necessary).I love traveling to other countries, meeting the great people there and eating their cuisine. But it always thrills me to death to return home and drink a well-made American beer.
- Clean & True Critical Surfaces of a Jack Plane: Part 2 blog.lostartpress.com/2019/11/10/cle… https://t.co/CQCeAfO7bJ 1 day ago
- More Classes – Here &@Abroad blog.lostartpress.com/2019/11/09/mor… https://t.co/aJOJviQ13S 2 days ago
- Reminder: Storefront Open Tomorrow blog.lostartpress.com/2019/11/08/rem… https://t.co/76sLNo7S30 3 days ago
Author Archives: Will Myers
I just posted my first post at my new blog Eclectic Mechanicals. After all this time I finally decided to give it a go. The blog will, of course, be focused on woodworking and a lot of what goes along … Continue reading
The past few years I have been using a little battery powered pencil sharpener. There, I came clean; the skeleton is out of the closet. I have been grilled by a few students about why someone who teaches hand tool … Continue reading
2018 has been a busy year so far. Teaching (and the traveling that goes with it), plus trying to work a regular job has kept me in almost constant motion. My next stop is in Bellbrook, Ohio, at Little Miami … Continue reading
I have had a last-minute class opening in my Moravian workbench class at The Woodwright’s School in Pittsboro, N.C., June 14 to 19. I know this is short notice, but if you can make it, you are guaranteed lots of fun, … Continue reading
My favorite countersink for wood has always been the square-drive ones used with a bit brace. They are easy to control and, when sharp, are quite fast. I forgot to bring a countersink for a project I was working on … Continue reading
This past week I taught a class at the Wood and Shop School on building a Shaker candle stand for the first time. The table we made is pretty much a dead copy of one I measured a few years back … Continue reading