Spring has sprung and I’m breaking down large pieces into small pieces for my standing had tool cabinet. The winter was not kind with temperatures, so this is really the beginning of the serious work on the thing. I’m cutting 8/4 slab...
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Location: Wenatchee WA USA
Barb is a long-time woodworker living in the Pacific NW, a published writer and book reviewer for the woodworking market. Interests range from furniture design to new turning experience, to some carving, and lots of tools. It's an addiction. She is now retired from her day job as branch manager for a local tour bus company, and now the garage/shop is a daily calling. Barb has eight grandchildren and four grown children scattered afar. They are the light of her life.
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I had mentioned deciding to build a floor-standing hand tool cabinet based on a Shaker Step-Back Cupboard from Popular Woodworking, in a previous blog post. Cherry was my wood of choice, but at seven feet tall and forty-two inches wide by sixteen...
I’ve been busy doing a shop renovation (click on the Blog link in my signature for more detail) and finally have my machinery moved around enough to plan on a design for the cabinet. It is going to keep me busy for a while!I’m open to ...
I just wanted to share with LJs the new Blogger site for our own Kinglingmaker and MickeyD:Micky & Jed's Woodworking Kindlingmaker has made it a Project of giant proportions to gather autographs of famous (and some not-so-famous) woodworker...
Some of you may be familiar with the blog, Tom’s Workbench by Tom Lovino. He recently declared this the Get Woodworking Week and challenged all woodworking bloggers to advance the cause of getting more newbies into woodworking. If we have a...