Somehow things in our modern world have moved so fast that I think the craft, care and pride has become second to strictly making money off of dumbed down consumers. Tools, automobiles, furniture, so many things seem spit out of a robotic assembly...
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I am a traditional woodworker using mostly hand tools and some electric. Of course I am a big Roy Underhill, Drew Langsner, Paul Sellers, and Peter Follansbee fan...lol
But I also respect the work of Norm Abraham, Chris Schwarz, Charles Neil and many others.
In the last year I have taken on a huge passion for making wooden spoons! My inspirations are Wille and Jogge Sundqvist, Del Stubbs, Drew Langsner, Jarrod StoneDahl, and many other fine artisans in this field.
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-- "Make something you love tomorrow...and do it slowly" JLB
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What book is that? Oh, it is the rereleased printing of Wille Sundqvist’s “Swedish Carving Techniques” For a few years now this fine book has become a sort of cult classic and being that this book was out of print the powers t...
Hello friends, I have been meaning to share some tales of a wonderful trip I took at the end of August to upstate NY. Finally I have the chance to get this story and the pictures uploaded. I hope you may enjoy this blog and I thank you for taking ...
Hello friends! Once again I want to thank you all so much for your comments on my last blog. It was really great to hear from you all again. It was just what I needed to resurrect my soul full of ideas and woodworking spirit. My last project so...
Hello friends, It has been a little while since sitting down to write a blog to share with you. Lately I have found myself in a small rut. I had involved myself in some social media wood working groups. Guess what? I really began to miss Lumber...