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Saddling My Horse

Through a strange sequence of events and serious risk to my health and wellbeing, I was able to work at my shaving horse for several hours yesterday.  Sounds great and it was, but the back-of-my-front is pretty dang sore today. … Continue reading

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My Stamp of Approval

I finally gave into vanity and pulled the trigger on a custom logo stamp.  I say finally because I have saved the money for this several times over the past few years, but always talked myself out of buying it … Continue reading

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New Design Resource for Woodworkers

Originally posted on Design Matters:
? I’m excited to announce the launching of a new website, http://www.byhandandeye.com. Jim Tolpin and I have teamed up again to create an on-line resource for woodworkers to improve their design skills. The new website…

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Honey Do-Dishwasher

The life of an amateur/hobbyist woodworker is fraught with perils that conspire to steal the precious little time that can be devoted to woodworking and furniture building.  If you happen to be married than the risk to that time is … Continue reading

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WP 2015 in Review

I’m humbled.  Thanks for a great year! Wishing all a Happy New Year! Here’s an excerpt: The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This blog was viewed about 130,000 times in 2015. If it were an exhibit at … Continue reading

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Not Exactly Woodworking

I’m still neck-deep in moving into a “new-to-me” house.  Boxes are everywhere I look and the project list grows longer every day.  Most for the new place and a few to ready the old for going onto the market to … Continue reading

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