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 Show
November 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 Homestead Heritage School of Woodworking for his entry of a Craftsman Sideboard.
This juried exhibition, a prestigious statewide competition featuring 67 handcrafted pieces by the best custom furniture makers in Texas, is on display at the Kerr Arts & Cultural Center in Kerrville until December 6.
This is one of the Judges, Paul Sellers, of the Heritage School of Woodworking. I’m the guy in the jeans and camo shirt.
I’m looking forward to the classes. You’re never to old to learn something new, or at least a new way to do something.
There wasn’t much furniture sold this year, at the show. I guess due to the economy. My wife was happy, though. She wanted this piece back, to put in her new dinning room. Fortunately, repeat customers have got me booked up until the middle of next year. So if any of you pros are concerned about the economy, just keep the faith and I’m sure everything will be ok.