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Wendell Castle, Father of American Art Furniture Movement, Revisits Groundbreaking Achievements of the 1960s with 15 New Digitally Crafted Works | The Museum of Arts and Design (MAD)
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Call me a cheater? You're a liar.

The Penultimate Woodshop: The Is No Cheating.
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I'm away with terrible WiFi. While I download it, be sure to check out my episode.

The New Screen Savers 14 | TWiT
The New Screen Savers 14 | TWiT.TV
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The Penultimate Woodshop: Bartop Arcade Carcass: Part I, Relative Sizing http://buff.ly/1IMxXeN
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Steal? Borrow?

With design, it's better to steal than borrow - MEK Woodworks
Long ago I heard that good artists borrow, but great ones steal. I have no recollection of where I heard it or who spoke it. On the surface it's an odd claim, because theft is not often praised, and the thief rarely lauded as great. So, I thought about it (for a long time because I'm not too ...
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MWA Podcast Episode #77 - C.C. Boyce
What’s in the shop? Dyami The Bathroom Box is Done The Window Seat has Begun The Desk Closure is underway Tom Met with Marc Saw the swim ribbon rack he made in use No work on the front coffee table yet C.C. Getting ready for NY Now 8-15, 8-18 In the handmad...
What’s in the shop? Dyami The Bathroom Box is Done The Window Seat has Begun The Desk Closure is underway Tom Met with Marc Saw the swim ribbon rack he made in use No work on the front coffee table ...
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ICYMI: The Penultimate Woodshop: Bartop Arcade Carcass: Part II, The New Screen Savers http://buff.ly/1IZzDAg
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MWA Podcast Episode #78 - Megan Fitzpatrick
What’s in the shop? Dyami Getting started on the arcade Megan Demolishing her new walls Tom It’s in your email Main topic Woodworking in America September 25-27 Kansas City a smorgosboard of woodworking deligt Guest - Megan Fitzpatrick Contact Popular Woodw...
What’s in the shop? Dyami Getting started on the arcade Megan Demolishing her new walls Tom It’s in your email Main topic Woodworking in America September 25-27 Kansas City a smorgosb...
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The New Screen Savers | TWiT http://buff.ly/1McsPBA.
The New Screen Savers | TWiT.TV
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The Penultimate Woodshop: Bartop Arcade Carcass: Part I, Relative Sizing http://buff.ly/1K0KqYQ
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Friends, drink up.

Black & Blue Coffee Mug | 360 WoodWorking
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The Penultimate Woodshop: 2015 July Shop Tour
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a place for woodworkers to share knowledge and learn from one another
Introduction
The Modern Woodworkers Association started in 2010 as a way to organize woodworkers participating in online communities, help spread the word about the network of woodworkers and the knowledge they share, help connect people, who share a love of the craft both online and off, and build a framework for growing the craft for the future.

Today, a vast amount of information can be found online through woodworking communities, forums, blogs, and other social media such as Twitter and Google+.  Through these online connections, woodworkers learn from one another and build camaraderie with fellow woodworkers. Through the Modern Woodworkers Association, people get connected, both online and in real life to share, learn and have fun.


Our Mission:
  • Forge and reinforce online connections and create real-life personal ones with local gatherings in many regions across the country and around the world
  • Educate woodworkers of all levels and all types, from beginner to pro, hardcore hand-tool user to power-tool fanatic, how to share their knowledge, spread the knowledge-base, find the answers to their questions, and help build the craft for the future, online and off
  • Provide resources and opportunities for making connecting simple, and for making you a better woodworker
  
For More information, please visit our Website 

To join MWA, just contact the Administrator nearest you: Contact Us