Great Woodshops

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Great Woodshops: Living the European Dream

A St. Louis physician spent years assembling the perfect shop. By Christopher Schwarz Page: 52-54 From the February 2011 issue #188 Buy this issue now The problem with many “dream shops” is that their visionaries never wake up and get on with building any furniture. There’s nothing inherently wrong with building a hobby shop and having the shop alone...

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Great Woodshops: Fertile Fields

In the last 11 years, Marc Adams’s woodworking school has experienced explosive growth. By Kara Gebhart Pages: 94-98 From the December 2004 issue #145 Buy this issue now It’s an unusually cool August day, and Marc Adams has all the doors of his woodworking school swung open, letting the bright Indiana sunshine in. In...

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Great Woodshops: A Passion for Old Cast Iron

One woodworker’s quest has become a historical treasure trove for all to share. By David Thiel Pages: 38-40 From the October 2004 issue #143 Buy this issue now Dana Batory didn’t start out to become the authority on vintage woodworking machinery. His college education was leading him to a career in geology, but that...

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Great Woodshops: Rosewood Studio

This Canadian school has its roots in the College of the Redwoods. By Christopher Schwarz Pages: 79-83 From the August 2004 issue #142 Buy this issue now The photographic image of cabinetmaker and teacher James Krenov looks down from the door of Robert Van Norman’s tool cabinet as he carefully pulls out the planes,...