On the Level: What I Learned at Woodworking in America

By Christopher Schwarz
Page: 10

From the December 2010 issue # 187
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I just spent three days teaching handtool techniques at our Woodworking in America conference and my staff members are now trying to keep their eyes open long enough to get this issue looking good, reading correctly and in your mailbox.

During my three days at Woodworking in America I talked until my voice was hoarse, answer ing questions about router planes (which Roy Underhill coined the “One-Tooth Sex Monster” plane), workbenches, saws, chisels and scrapers. But what was most amazing about the conference was how much I learned when I shut my mouth.


From the December 2010 issue # 187
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