Monthly Archives: June 2015

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*** previously published on Popular Woodworking’s Blog***   I have a love hate relationship with Art and Farmers’ Markets. Places that have been putting food on the table and paying rent for our school these past three years. My experience … Continue reading

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You Don’t Need a Doctorate to Color in the Lines

*** previously published on Popular Woodworking’s Blog *** I have a news flash for you…woodworking ain’t that complicated. It’s a learned craft at which anyone can become accomplished. How many of us have heard the sayings: “Draw a line, Saw … Continue reading

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Don’t Play the Cards, Play the Person…

  *** previously posted to Popular Woodworking’s Blog *** Scene: Mid-project in a chest-build class. Stage focus, a single bench with a busy student. Commotion all around at other benches just outside the lighted center stage. (Instructor enters from shadow … Continue reading

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