Have a great evening, and come back next week for more! (Comments are now closed.)
Chris and I are catching up after a fabulous field trip yesterday to the Berry Center in New Castle, Kentucky (highly recommended if you’re ever in the area and are a fan of Wendell Berry’s work, both literarily and as it relates to equitable and ecological farming). But that doesn’t mean we don’t have time for your woodworking questions!
You probably know by now how it works, but just in case: Leave your question (brevity appreciated) in a comment below, and we will do our best to answer. Comments will close at around 5 p.m.
Update: Comments are now closed. Join us next Saturday for more of the same!
Christopher Schwarz and I are back from our respective travels, both with almost-done projects to complete from our classes (work to which we eagerly look forward as a break from staring at our screens). But today, we’re staring at our screens as we eagerly await your Open Wire questions.
Type your woodworking queries in the comment field below, and we will do our best to answer them. Comments will close at around 5 p.m.
Today, Chris and I are taking turns behind the wheel and at the keyboard (one person per job at a time, of course); we’re headed to Wisconsin to celebrate a dear friend’s birthday. You can help us while away the travel hours with your Open Wire questions.
As always, simply post your woodworking questions in the comments below (brevity is appreciated), and we’ll do our best to answer them. Comments will close at around 5 p.m. Eastern, or when we run out of internet, or when we reach our destination – whichever comes first. So if you have a question, I’d recommend not waiting until the last hour today – there are swathes of our journey that might be out of cell service.
p.s. No, we are not really driving CATBUS; we need to get there in one day.
We’re delighted to have Matt Bickford, author of “Mouldings in Practice” (and he’s working on a book on making moulding planes!) on Open Wire today to answer your woodworking questions. (And he knows a lot more about making high-style furniture than do Chris or I – so now’s your chance!)
Here’s how it works: Type your question in the comment field, and Matt will do his best to answer it. And know that concision is much appreciated. Comments will close at around 5 p.m. (Or today, at 9:16 p.m….oops!)