Here’s a look at the graduating class of October 2016. Seth drove in a sweet van and we held a contest to see you could name the most names. Rob from State College beat JT by a single point! Check out the fun folks that join us for classes here at the shop.
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In this exciting, two-week hands-on course at Lonnie Bird’s Woodworking School (www.lonniebird.com), each student will construct a desk like the one showcased on the front cover of Fine Woodworking magazine in January, 2002. This desk features many beautiful details including the gallery with an arrangement of diminutive drawers and pigeonholes.
The focal point of the gallery is the small arched paneled door which is flanked by fluted pilasters. The gallery also features several hidden compartments. A hinged lid folds down to form the writing surface and the well-proportioned case rests upon beautiful ogee bracket feet.
Get ready for this desk class by taking Lonnie Bird’s Woodworking Essentials Class. Find out how you can learn woodworking skills and build heirloom-quality furniture by visiting the woodworking school’s website (www.lonniebird.com).
Making a wiener dog tie rack from an old 1959 school textbook. A great beginner woodworking project!
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Making a canoe paddle is a great woodworking project and it’s a great way to work on your hand tool skills. Dan Cary from Woodworker’s Journal spent two days at the North House Folk School in Grand Marais, MN, learning how to make a traditional Northwoods canoe paddle. Get the complete story here: http://www.woodworkersjournal.com/make-northwoods-canoe-paddle/
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Shows the cabinetmaking class of 2010 at the New England School of Architectural Woodworking in Easthampton, MA at work during the school year building their community projects. See the projects they built at http://www.nesaw.com/career-training/current-projects.html Video Rating: / 5
Educational video produced by HD Media Pro for the John McMahon School of Fine Woodworking. This videos shows the steps involved in creating a Bench Hook, which is an essential workbench accessory used in woodworking.
Filmed using two cameras in one day with the voice over recorded a couple of weeks later back at our studio.
Camera, Sound and Post Production: Jamie Rhodes-Simpson
Additional Camera: Susan Rhodes-Simpson
Voice over Artist: John McMahon
Video footage recorded: 30 June 2016
Voice over recorded: 14 July 2016
Video first published: 26 July 2016
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This is a weird DIY project for edible school supplies haul and it’s the best prank for back to school. I’m not sure how to best prank but you can give me some ideas on how to prank. The next video may be a life hack or perhaps a routine not sure yet what do you think? Love, Wengie
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