My mom runs a thrift store in the senior housing place she lives. She’s always calling me with ‘great finds.’ This time it turned out to be one. An old roll top craftsman that she thought I’d like it for the wood. My ol...
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Location: Denver, Co
Started woodworking when I was a toddler, Dad gave me a hammer and said help pound nails. Turns out I was framing a wall : ) Been making things ever since then. Even did a stint as a pro cabinetmaker. Now mostly make things for me and mine and enjoy it.
About my signature line. I'm mom to two teen aged daughters, who don't like to be reminded about things like thinking or planning ahead... So this seems to sink in a little better. (Even caught them repeating it to their friends.) Also applies to woodworking more than I want to admit some days.
-- Karen - a little bit of stupid goes a long way