Great Woodshops: A Writer’s Workshop

A funky Victorian-era workspace serves as a shop for Popular Woodworking’s editor.
By Kara Gebhart Uhl
Pages: 74-76

From the June 2005 issue #148
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In the basement of Steve Shanesy’s 1870s Victorian home is a woodshop. Like many of today’s 50-something woodworkers, Shanesy discovered woodworking only after the corporate world left him longing for a career that involved doing something with his hands. This carefully planned 395-square-foot space, along with his position as Popular Woodworking’s editor and publisher, symbolizes his achievement of blending his collegiate skills with a desire to create.

From the June 2005 issue #148
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