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Dec. 14 Open House Special Guests

Peter Follansbee is wrapping up his carved box class here tonight, but has decided to stay through tomorrow so that he can be here for the last open house of the year (and anyway, it might take until tomorrow morning … Continue reading

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Another Gibson Chair

Last week I built a second Irish Gibson chair while Narayan Nayar photographed the construction process. Though this chair has its faults, it’s much closer in appearance and construction to the originals I studied at Mark Jenkinson’s place this fall. … Continue reading

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2019 Anarchist’s Gift Guide, Day 10: Berea College Brooms

Batting cleanup for the gift guide, I recommend you try the Shaker Braid Brooms from Berea College. Not only are these the best brooms I’ve used, but they are made by students at Berea College, one of the eight “labor … Continue reading

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Saturday: The Last Open Day Until June 2020

This Saturday, Dec. 14, is the last open day for the Lost Art Press storefront until June 2020. So if you have wanted to visit us, please do stop by sometime between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Our address is … Continue reading

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Registration Now Live for the Welsh Backstool Class

A reminder that tickets are now on sale for John Porritt’s April 6-10 Welsh backstool class. Click here to register.

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2019 Anarchist’s Gift Guide, Day 9: Wera Tool-Check PLUS

I always include one tool in our gift guide that is a bit on the pricey side. This year it’s the Wera Tool-Check PLUS set, which is an incredibly well-made and handy set of sockets and drivers that will get … Continue reading

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2019 Anarchist’s Gift Guide, Day 8: Crubber

If you want to improve your workbench’s vises in an hour, just add Crubber. These thin sheets of cork and rubber add a good deal of grip to your vise’s jaws, and they also protect the workpiece.   After becoming … Continue reading

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