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Workshop Supply Inc - Helping Woodworkers Create
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Workshop Supply has been helping woodworkers create since 1985! Oh my - time flies!
Workshop Supply has been helping woodworkers create since 1985! Oh my - time flies!

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Language barrier doesn't matter. Very enjoyable little video on how to make a create a cat out of a block of wood.

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Package of 9 plastic applicator sticks .... another one of those handy tools available at Workshop Supply!

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Great job
A friend asked me to make these.
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Beautiful
Plywood mirror up on the wall.... Next....
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This gnarly old giant exhibits a profusion of burls, burl being an abnormal growth of wood caused by injury, infestation, or fungus intrusion. The wood pattern can become very convoluted and confused in burl wood, which can occur on all types of trees being a condition of wood not a variety of wood. When such trees are cut down (if they haven't fallen, hopefully), bowls can be made from the burls. ~ Old Moss Woman's Secret Garden ~ find her on facebook...
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Brilliant.
Six Olive bottle stoppers made for a client
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What a great find!
Found this porthole at a salvage store. Nice find! That glass is plenty thick and so is the metal (maybe solid brass, not sure, but magnets don't stick to it), this is no toy porthole. Not sure what project I'm going to work it into but I'll make something out of it!
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So I hope some people can appreciate this:

People ask all the time how I learned woodworking. I guess I never really know what to say. How did you learn to talk, or walk or anything else? A little here and a little there, i suppose. This piece takes me back to that first step:

This silly wooden elephant is where it all started. Drawn freehand on a 2x and cut on a band saw by a grandfatherly figure, I was asked to sand it down. I did so enthusiastically. I guess that's where it all began.

From now on when people ask I'm just gonna tell them, it all started with a little wooden elephant.

This is the actual one, it's about 35 or so years old now; ain't she a 'buty?

Anyone else care to share?

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This episode of Raw Craft focuses on Elizabeth Brim, a badass blacksmith who pounds metal in her pearls. http://ow.ly/vmtJ304ol7l
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