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Weekend Fun, Woodworking Style

I’m writing this from home, and most of my pictures from past Woodworking in America conferences are on my computer at work* – though I managed to dig up the one above of Ron Herman (l) and Mike Siemsen (r) going head to head in the Hand Tool Olympics. I think we should have...

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WIA 2011 Class Descriptions, Exhibitors & More

Keep your eyes peeled on this blog, our WIA Facebook Page, The Renaissance Woodworker blog, and our Twitter feed (we’re @PWeditors)…for all things Woodworking in America 2011: The Ultimate Joinery Weekend. Registration for Woodworking in America 2011 (Sept. 30-Oct.2 at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center) is NOW OPEN! Last year’s conference sold out during...

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Mistake-free Woodworking

One of the best ways to learn woodworking is to get out in the shop and build. The more you work at it the better, but you know that along the way you’ll make a few mistakes. It’s my opinion that those mistakes are OK because you learn how things went wrong and hopefully...

Rosewood Studio Reopens

Back in June, we reported on the closing of the Canadian woodworking school, Rosewood Studio. We’re happy to follow that up with this report on the reopening and reorganization of Rosewood. Ron Barter, a long-time instructor at the school purchased the assets in July, and the school resumed classes in mid-August. Many classes are...