Since we moved into our new cabin in December, I’ve slowly been going through my boxes of “stuff” and trying to organize my new shop space and get rid of things that I don’t need or can’t/won’t use. To that end, here are a few items that you might be interested in.
Frequent visitors to the site (is anyone actually a frequent visitor?) have probably seen an unexpected page upon visiting brfinewoodworking.com over the last week or so. That’s because I’ve decided to do some housekeeping and make some changes to things around here.
The audio podcast archive has been updated and should be available through all of the regular channels, and right here on the site.
Due to the limitations of recording the last podcast on my phone – the recording app has a time limit, and I talk too much – I wasn’t really able to go into a lot of detail about my reasons for ending the podcast and what the plans are for the future. I’m sorry for that. But I’m hoping that this post will shed some light on some of the questions you might have after listening to the last episode.
They say that for the true artist, inspiration can strike at any moment.
While you may not be able to work really quickly in very dense, kiln dried hardwoods, there are some strategies you can employ to make the work a bit less physically demanding.
Flawless skin cannot make up for poor bone structure.
There’s still space left in my candle box class, scheduled for July 22nd.
I don’t usually do this, but today I want to share what I wrote in my subscriber newsletter with everyone, because a lot has happened in the last few weeks.
Jacks of all trades or masters of none?
The date for my sliding lid candle box class has been set and registration has been opened.
What’s more important for today’s traditional woodworker, obtaining the end product, of the process of doing so?