Author Archives: Will Myers

Teaching Schedule for 2018

This year is shaping up to be a busy one. Several classes are already full. If you are interested in those classes, be sure to join the wait list. Here is the lineup as it stands now! Moravian workbench @ … Continue reading

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A New Old Idea: Pocket Screws

I just completed a pair of side tables copied from one I measured at Hancock Shaker Village last year. The top of the original table, dating to around 1840, was attached with pocket screws. The first thing that comes to … Continue reading

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Processing Big Wood

I was by Lesley Caudle’s sawmill last week and observed his latest Alaskan sawmill setup in action. Lesley was our source for the workbench kit Chris and I used in Roubo Workbench: by Hand & Power. He is also the … Continue reading

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Makes Me Look Bad

Lee Carmichael of Chattanooga, Tenn., sent me a link to a video yesterday. Lee purchased the Hancock Candle Stand video I did last year and has built several of these tables since. Lee has been woodworking as a hobby for … Continue reading

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Take Some Ugly Pictures, Too

Late in 2015, Joshua Farnsworth(Wood and Shop) and I traveled to Hancock Shaker Village to film the openings of a couple videos. While there, I measured and photographed the two projects in detail with the intention of reproducing them as … Continue reading

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Trestle Table Classes for 2018

I will be teaching two new classes this year building a trestle table at Little Miami Handworks in Bellbrook Ohio The table we will be building is one that I came up with using design elements from several  vintage tables. … Continue reading

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Woodwright’s School Classes for 2018!

The 2018 class schedule is now live at The Woodwright’s School website. Roy Underhill has been diligently working on the new calendar of classes for the upcoming year and it is finally complete. Most of the regular classes are back … Continue reading

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