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WoodworkingWeb Theme: CARVING

Have you seen these? Amazing carvings!! (Creations tagged as CARVING) This Spider Man, created by kiefer and his grandson, using "a spokeshave, rasp, file and sandpaper straight " for this carving. “Pouting Pete” is created by...

WoodworkingWeb Theme: LOVE is in the air

It’s almost Valentine’s Day and time to raise the happy vibrations on the planet – LOVE is in the air! Check out these LOVEly creations… https://woodworkingweb.com/search/creations?q=love Your turn: Share your tips, strategies...

WoodworkingWeb Theme: Year of the Rooster

It’s January… a new year and I always like to check out what that means in regards to the Chinese zodiac. This year, 2017, is the year of the rooster, the Fire Rooster, to be exact. What is a Fire Rooster like? “Trustworthy, with a strong sense...

WoodworkingWeb Awards - Glorious Grain #1: Announcement

We are pretty excited to announce you the very first WoodworkingWeb Quarterly Awards! Theme – Glorious Grain Wood grain is a vital part of wood and woodworking. It can also be highlighted in the artistry of a woodworking project, so show us...

Woodstock Wood Show

I was at the Woodshow again this year and thought I’d do some Facebook Live Chats. I was hoping that I could just post them here but not working. Here are the links: 1. In the door...

WoodworkingWeb Awards: CURVE-aliciousness #1: Announcement

Two months after our very first Awards, we are happy to announce the second WoodworkingWeb Awards. This time the theme is CURVE-aliciousness. Theme – CURVE-aliciousness Woodworking is “CURVE-alicious” and the curvier the better .. well, at...

WoodworkingWeb Interview: HorizontalMike

Thanks to HorizontalMike for taking the time to do this interview. 1. What is your “inspiration story” — where did your interest in woodworking all begin? While I took “shop” in junior high school, it did not go over well. When I made...

WoodworkingWeb Interview: BarbS

Thanks to BarbS for taking the time to do this interview. My ‘Inspiration Story’ was one of necessity. When my children were small, if I wanted bookshelves or night stands in their rooms, I had to knock something together with hammer and...

WoodworkingWeb Interview: Jeff Vandenberg

This interview, with Jeff Vandenberg is from March 2015 1. What is your “inspiration story” — where did your interest in woodworking all begin? it all started when I was 4 years of age. I was very interested in what my grandfather was...

WoodworkingWeb Interview: Manitario

This interview with Manitario is from May, 2016. 1. What is your “inspiration story” — where did your interest in woodworking all begin? I’m not really sure where my interest in woodworking began. I had a grandfather and an uncle who did...