Well, a few nights ago I stayed up until well after midnight to finish the rough in wiring and insulating of my shop. I was tired, but I went to bed with a great feeling of accomplishment. I’ve done everything myself so far, and as a female,...
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Location: Kokomo, Indiana
I'm a beginning woodworker. I have a lot of remodeling and room addition work under my belt, but now ready to move on to some real woodworking.
I'm in the process of wiring my new Amish-built woodworking shop and look forward to a full summer of projects.
I also have started doing some stained-glass work. And look forward to bringing the two passions together.
-- Teri, Kokomo, IN
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My dad was a sheetmetal worker in Des Moines, Iowa. And he could build anything. If you know of Woody’s work, you can find it in many places in the area, including the gold leaf work on the state capitol building. I always idolized my dad and beli...