Well, here’s my results from the 9th Annual Texas Furniture Makers Show. This is the last project that I had posted. This is the article from the San Saba Newspaper: San Saba’s Tim Uli wins award at 9th Annual Texas Furniture Makers ShowNovember 20, 2008 • Mr. Tim Uli of San Saba received an award for his entry into the. 9th Annual Texas Furniture Makers Show in Kerrville, which opened Oct. 27. Judging was held on November 1, and Mr. Uli won a coveted 6-day workshop donated by H...
Todd Clippinger, American Craftsman, is not only a very talented furniture builder and designer, he is also has a passion for sharing his woodworking skill and knowledge. As a frequent contributor to Lumberjocks.com, he has supported and encouraged a number of woodworkers that share his passion for excellence in woodworking. Lumberjocks.com is truly a unique community where woodworkers of every skill level can gather and share the pleasures of woodworking from the pride of posting the newe...
Bow season is over and it is now time to get the shop done. My next step was to close up the two windows with sheet insulation and then cover them with 1/2 inch exterior and interior plywood. My main concern is to keep the noise in and the heat and cold out. If someone else wants the windows back someday, they can open them back up. I will paint them in the spring. Before I could insulate and cover the back wall, I had to put in 2 X 10 supports for the dust cyclone. Once tha...
I have been woodworking my entire life, the whole 18 years of it haha, and I have the skills to design and build quality projects. SO i want to put those skills to work and make some money by starting my own very small business. Just generate enough profit to act as part time income for a full time college student. Just looking for a bit of help with some of the finer financial points of starting a business. I am wondering what markup should be on projects. Obviously you add cost of materia...
Hello Lumberjocks’ers: I have just updated my Blog, of course, it’s always updated at least 5x a week. Sometimes more if Real Live don’t take over! I have just done my First Podcast, Not live video broadcast from ustream.tv, I recorded it at home and edited it with Cyberlink PowerDirector. As I’m not good at this video editing just yet and learing the ropes of this software, it will be slower at processing these videos and probably even slower at editing them...
Hi fellow LJs I have got my own website now, so check it out! Thanks Callum
I heard that the Woodworking show was coming to Nashville for the first time in several years I got kinda misty-eyed. I was able to travel with my wife and son to West Virginia to see Greg3G and we went to the Chantilly, VA Woodworking show last March and we had a great time. I have quietly been saving my change, putting 1 dollar here, 5 dollars there back since I found out the show was coming. I planed to go tomorrow, but a friend at work called in a favor, so I have to work a double this...
Well I am just back from driving 2 trailer loads to the tip. As promised a report for you all. Did I get any new tools you ask? Well no alas I already managed to get the cream of the crop. There were a few really rusted tools that were beyond even my ‘must save all tools’ mind set. One screw driver disintegrated upon lifting. Alas the shed had a major leak over the tool storage area of the shed. I did manage to pick up some timber though so I am more than happy with my da...
Toymaker Amber Dusick aka woodmouse her wood shop in her garage in downtown LA. After the birth of her son, this one time farm girl from Wisconsin became nostalgic for the toys from her past: simple, natural toys that would inspire creativity and imaginative play, made from materials that wouldn’t stick around in a landfill for thousands of years. After years of silver smithing, throwing pottery and drawing with pen and ink, Amber finally found her medium in wood. Using sustainab...
Flower Power baby!! I like flower… especially in my bread. WAIT a second!!! Thats FLOUR… oh crap. Oh well, guess I’ll put those sissy plants in this box when its made. This is the first part of four to make this simple and sweet smellin’ box.
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