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01-04-2008 03:55 PM

Woodworking Magazine Free On-Line Newsletter - 15 replies

For anyone who has never heard of it, Woodworking Magazine is a sister-magazine to Popular Woodworking. It is a quarterly publication and completely ad-free. In addition to great tool reviews and woodworking advice, each issue contains several detailed projects – there is one main project in each issue and usually a few smaller projects ...

07-31-2007 05:17 PM

James Krenov Interview - 3 replies

I stumbled across this great interview with James Krenov from 2004. James Krenov Interview An absolutely brilliant read. Thought others might enjoy it.

07-20-2007 11:04 PM

A woodworking ebook worth checking out... - 6 replies

The Project Gutenberg eBook Not sure how I stumbled across this, and I only got through the first section on logging, but it has been good reading so far. I love the picture of the two guys standing in the notch of a red fir they’d just cut with a 20’ saw. Wow.

03-12-2007 05:11 AM

Photographing your works - 16 replies

There are how many hundred projects posted on LumberJocks already? Obviously, people are photographing their work. I know some of the basics, but I’d like to get better. So what methods do you use? And how successful are you (or do you think you are)? Maybe if we can get enough tips and advice together, we can all benefit. Unfo...

02-23-2007 07:06 PM

Lumberjocks Home Page - 3 replies

I really like the idea of the advertisement for the current contest being on the front page; it is a great way to promote it and keep the contest activity high. And I was thinking we should save that space on the main screen for future contests. But what should fill that space between the end of one contest and the beginning of the next? ...

01-21-2007 04:28 AM

David Marks teaching classes at the St. Louis Woodcraft store - 1 reply

For anyone within driving distance and interested, David Marks will be teaching classes at the Saint Louis Woodcraft on March 10th and 11th. On March 10th, he’ll teach a four hour class on finishing and the use and preparation of scrapers and a four hour class on veneering. On March 11th, he’ll teach a four hour class on hand-cut d...

01-08-2007 11:23 PM

Adding a router table to my table saw - 4 replies

I suppose this should get its own topic… In the interest of a) conserving shop space and b) actually creating a router table setup I might enjoy using, I’m thinking about putting a router table into the free space available in the right wing of my table saw. I’d like to get any advice or ideas on how to attach the table to the wing from so...

01-08-2007 09:39 PM

Keeping Records - 20 replies

Last year I established a small business name and signed up for and received the proper city and county licences and Federal Tax ID number. But when it comes to keeping records of purchases and sales, I’m pretty much at a loss. It isn’t such a huge worry right now, because I don’t have very much to record by way of sales, b...

01-05-2007 11:18 PM

Frank Klausz Workshop, March 17th and 18th, 2007 - 2 replies

This won’t probably apply to most of you, but on the off-chance any fellow LumberJocks live in the US MidWest, I thought I’d post this: The Saint Louis Woodworker’s Guild will host a weekend of woodworking instruction taught by Frank Klausz. Mark your calendar for Saturday/Sunday, March 17/18, 2007 for this exciting event. Topic...

01-03-2007 07:04 AM

Small Tool Storage - 29 replies

I hate making New Year resolutions… so this isn’t one of them. But I desperately need to come up with some way of organizing my smaller woodworking tools, from 6” rules to marking knives to my smaller planes, like my bull nose plane and my block plane, to my palm carving chisels. For the most part, the tools I’m using...

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