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I Learned to Turn

A few days ago, I was selling my spoons at an arts & crafts show, and I got talking to one of the other vendors there, a semi-retired gentleman who turns wooden bowls and vessels.  He had a number of … Continue reading

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Liogier Rasp Test

Not long ago, I volunteered to test a rasp made by Liogier, a French company.  Liogier’s rasps are premium tools, made by expert craftsmen who punch each tooth by hand.  The whole process is fascinating.   This is a 9-grain, … Continue reading

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How (Not) to Make a Mallet

A friend of mine is just getting into woodworking, and since he was visiting for the day, I thought I’d help him build up his tool arsenal by making him a mallet.  Since I have lots of thick stock on … Continue reading

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