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New Chapter: Mule Chest

I’ve finished the first rough draft of the chapter on the Mule Chest for the expanded edition of “The Anarchist’s Design Book.” This chapter is offered as a free download for those who already own the book. The chapter is … Continue reading

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Blame the Tuna

Originally posted on Making Things Work:
Note: This is the first in a series of posts related to the tales in Making Things Work. The posts are new material, not excerpted from the book. Each will be tied to one…

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Update on ‘The Difference Makers’

We have been eagerly awaiting the printing press to finish its work on Marc Adams’s book “The Difference Makers: 30 Contemporary Makers; 30 Remarkable Stories.” The book is in its final stages at the bindery and should leave the docks … Continue reading

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Saturday: Derek Jones Demonstrates French Polishing

We have Derek Jones in the shop this week to teach a two-day class in French polishing, and Derek has generously agreed to give a free short demo on the process at 2 p.m. Saturday at our Covington, Ky., storefront. … Continue reading

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The Hat I Wanted…

I know that we are not supplying your headwear needs with our new hats. Two colors? One rim size? And that crown? It’s easily 3/8” too small. I know that your haberdasher chortled mightily when he opened our webpage. Here’s … Continue reading

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Hats for Rednecks (and Not Rednecks)

Here’s the latest chapter in the Lost Art Press Hat Saga. Book 14, chapter six, verse 12. Short version: We have new hats in the store now. They fit well, are reasonably priced and are available in tan and (by … Continue reading

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The Storefront is Open this Saturday

The Lost Art Press storefront will be open this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. This is your opportunity to talk with fellow woodworkers, ask any questions about the craft that have been bugging you and perhaps learn a … Continue reading

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