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I consider myself fortunate to share the Popular Woodworkingshop with two world-class woodworkers , Christopher Schwarz and Glen D. Huey. After many years of working mostly by myself, it’s refreshing to see approaches and techniques that are different from mine yet work just as well, or even better. As an old dog, it’s nice to learn some new tricks. Also sharing the shop is a less experienced woodworker, our managing editor Megan Fitzpatrick. We all try to be helpful and teach her what we consider to be the “right” way to do things as she develops her skills in the shop.Nice guys that we are, we feel free to jump in and offer unsolicited advice whenever we pass by and she is at her bench. Except for the admonition to not get blood all over the shop, I don’t think there has been an occasion where the three of us offered the same method, tool or technique. 


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