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Happy New Year!

May 2016 be the best year for you and your families! Happy New Year from the WoodworkingWeb team :)

Merry Christmas!!

Merry Christmas, everyone, and a happy new year.

WoodworkingWeb Gazette: Issue 3.01 (January 2016)

Happy New Year, everyone! I’m positive that it is going to be a FANTASTIC year. This month, at WoodworkingWeb, we will be seeing a LOT of cutting boards (see our Quarterly Awards, below) and I can’t wait to see the creativity and woodworking...

WoodworkingWeb Gazette: Issue 1.08 (December 2014)

It’s December. 2014 is coming to an end and we will be heading toward our 1st Anniversary later in the spring. It’s been a great 2014 so far, hasn’t it? “681 woodworkers, 626 creations, 294 blogs and 200 forum topics” as of today. We’ve also...

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...

Ramblings from a South Central Texas Wood Butcher #19: In the Works

Great to be back to a little wood working. Shoulder isn’t what it used to be, but I can use it, and I didn’t have to have surgery. Yay! Any way, I’m back to making saw dust and shavings, which can be mental therapy, as many of you know. ...

How to Price Your Woodworking: A Community Guide to the Great Pricing Debate

Interesting Article. What’s your take on it and how do you price? Do you fall in any parts of this article? Written by: toolcrib.com Based on your response to 12 Simple Woodworking Projects that Sell Fast by Joe Trueheart I decided on another...

My little Shop #1: Small Shop - Big Ideas with good Intentions

So like most part-time woodworkers, my shop is small. 15′ × 15′ was the size that I was given by the boss. It’s home to all my equipment, other hobby stuff and two motorcycles. Living in a coastal community in South Carolina means your house...

Ramblings from a South Central Texas Wood Butcher #2: That REALLY Sucks! (DC collapses 24" Duct)

As I mentioned in an earlier post, I was a shop teacher for a number of my years in education. In 1985, I had the opportunity to open a brand spankin’ new wood shop in the newest high school of my district. I jumped at the chance, not knowing...

WoodworkingWeb Interview: shipwright

This interview with shipwright is from October 2015   1. What is your “inspiration story” — where did your interest in woodworking all begin? I can’t say exactly when my interest began but it was quite early. This picture kind of tells...