When I’m asked about my woodworking, it is typically in the realm of “Where you do you get your ideas?” My response is “I keep my eyes open, something strikes me, and I try to make something like it out of wood” ...
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So you bought a new rotary carving tool and need to buy some carving burrs, eh? Confused? I bet you are. The new power carver can easily become befuddled with the bewildering array of burr choices on the market. Hopefully this article will help yo...
As I’ve discussed in the previous two entries to this blog series, finishing is an important part of the “craftsmanship ” that goes into your work. We’ve talked about sanding flat stuff, round stuff, and now we’ll tal...
My previous entry set the stage for my approach to sanding, namely that is not an afterthought, rather an integral part of the woodworking process. I can remember the days when I enjoyed the building more than the finishing and simply got it over ...
The first few times I picked up or looked at something a real professional, award winning woodworker made I marveled at one thing in particular – the finish. The most notable feature to me was an almost universal lack of sanding scratches, e...