Archive for 'Cabinet Making' Category

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Jevons Tool Company 3d Squares

23 October 2014


 

Share    “On the Square”   I don’t know if this is a blog or an extended metaphor or a plea for more of the same. Mostly likely, it is the last. It’s about a simple tool and integrity and workmanship and quality and caring and about values that were once prevalent in this country […]

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Fear of Failure

26 August 2014


 

Share      “What We May Be”   “I’ve been absolutely terrified every moment of my life—and I’ve never let it keep me from doing a single thing I wanted to do.”                      —Georgia O’Keeffe   I’m not sure if this is a blog, a progress report, or an exhortation, but as I went out […]

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White River Hardwoods

31 July 2014


 

Share    “Abracadabra”   One of the things about being a woodworker is that it’s avocation that never leaves you. I can never walk past a finely made piece of furniture without stopping to inspect it. I’ll pull open the drawers to see if they sag half way out or otherwise bounce around in the […]

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Glorious Formidable Formica

4 December 2013


 

Share   “The Right Stuff Redux”   Well, all right, then, I get to talk about the finished project now, the Margarita Bar for our backyard. At the risk of repeating myself I will say that I designed this a few weeks before we had a party for my wife’s office. We served a home […]

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