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LostArtPress on InstagramI was struck dumb by the shape that appeared on my sharpening stone today.This walnut stick chair is going with me to the @finewoodworkingmagazine FWW Live event. So I’m doing everything I can to ensure Michael Fortune doesn’t snicker at me. #whereisthekidstableThis campaign chest has a false bottom and false top. The interior bits are all dovetailed but will never show. You don’t want your chest exploding to bits when it falls off an elephant.
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Registration is open for Fine Woodworking LIVE, which will be April 26-29 at the Southbridge Hotel & Conference Center in Massachusetts. Along with a long list of top-shelf woodworkers, I’ll be there to explain the geometry that governs my chairs … Continue reading
You don’t have to specialize in green woodworking to get some lessons in design from our good friends/mortal-est enemies – the trees. Today I broke down some ash slabs for the upcoming class I’m teaching on stick chairs, and I … Continue reading
The new Covington Mechanicals classes posted last Monday are now open for registration (and linked just below). We also still have openings in some of our other 2019 classes, and those are linked below the four new ones. Intro to … Continue reading
My stickers arrived from my daughter last night. They look great! If you would like a set you can order them from her etsy store – she ships worldwide. — Christopher Schwarz
We’ve just delivered a large batch of Crucible lump hammers to our Indiana warehouse and they are available for sale and immediate shipment. The price is $85 plus shipping. These hammer heads are milled out on a CNC, but everything … Continue reading
This week I’m performing the final edit on Peter Follansbee’s forthcoming book, “Joiner’s Work.” If all goes to plan, it should be released in April. Peter started work on this book eight years ago as a way to expand on … Continue reading