Kicking off this issue is Jamie Russell from Saskatchewan, who has spent the last 40 years making sculpted, flowing furniture and wooden objects. You’ll hear him tell his story in his own voice.
Fenelon Falls: On-Site Learning
Build a bat house
Building a Custom Wood Fence
Fancy Business Card Cases
Add a Curved Face on a Tapered Leg
Mastering Grain Graphics
Boy Meets House - A Love Story
Wooden Locking Mechanism
Where Do Ideas Come From? - Stephen Hogbin's Canada
Loaning Tools - Part 1
A circular saw can make crosscuts and rip cuts, and bevel, angled and compound cuts.
I gave a one-on-one lesson to a beginner woodworker the other day.