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October 2019

Another busy month when almost nothing got done. I guess when you’re 70 you can slow down. October started with parts for a bed, and several Shaker peg boards. The Maine craft weekend was early this month, October 5 & … Continue reading

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August 2019

August in Maine. Summer is winding down. It’s been real busy. Word is leaking out that I’m considering retirement. True, but… not this year. Maybe next, or the year after. Time to get your order in, the one you’ve been … Continue reading

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November in the Shop

It’s almost Thanksgiving and I have too many chores yet to complete: projects to finish before the holidays, two prototypes to build (which I’ve been planning for several years), articles to write, fir tips to cut to be made into … Continue reading

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June Shop Notes

June brings another rarity to the shop. ¬†As you know, most of my work is in cherry, to me the ultimate, nearly perfect wood: great color, very workable, good structural strength, well behaved, native, and since I buy from Kane … Continue reading

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