This has been a wild week, and we should be sitting by the pool with some margaritas. But instead, we are here for the Lost Art Press Open Wire.
If you’ve got questions about woodworking, our books, tools or grub ephemera, we are your answer team.
This week’s open wire is hosted by me and Megan. Here’s how it works: Type your question in the comment field. Brevity is appreciated. We will do our best to answer it. It is that simple.
Two notes: 1) Comments for this entry will close about 5 p.m. Eastern. And 2) Next week’s Open Wire will be held in In Person at Handworks in Iowa. So come to the Amana Colonies and meet some of your 5,000 closest friends.
NOTE: Posts are closed for this week’s session. Next week we will be LIVE at Handworks in Iowa answering questions.
We are here today and happy to answer your questions about woodworking, cats, our books, Shakespeare, linseed oil paint, the Anthe building restoration, or Jayhawks songs. This week’s open wire is hosted by Chris and me. Here’s how it works: Type your question in the comment field, and we will do our best to answer it. And know that concision is much appreciated.
So ask away. Note that comments for this entry will close at about 5 p.m. Eastern.
Note: Comments have been closed for this edition. See you next week.
I’m afraid you’re on your own this weekend for woodworking questions. Chris has set aside his apron for a few days, and is busy for the next few days shooting pictures for Matt Cianci‘s forthcoming book on saw sharpening. And depending on when you read this, I’m either showing Elia Bizzarri around our shop and the new building (Elia is busy working on his Windsor chair book) , or driving Derek Jones up to Marc Adams where he’s teaching next week, after sending six new cricket table makers into the world from our Covington shop (Derek’s cricket table book is thisclosetobeingdone!).