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A blog about woodworking, chairmaking, turning and furniture making
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    skip to main skip to sidebar. A resource for windsor chair makers and woodworkers. Tuesday, July 15, 2014. It is impossible to hang out with Peter Follansbee, as I did last weekend, and not come home and spend a day on the porch carving spoons. We do things a bit differently, but he was downright inspiring. I was also thrilled to spend time with all the other great folks at the Lie-Nielsen open house. It would be difficult to convey exactly how wonderfully they treated us and how generous they were. Here is the finished spoon, made from apple wood. It's a good eating spoon. I would be happy to sell it for $55 and $5 shipping if anyone is interested. I'll draw names if I get more than one buyer. For the moment, I am going to keep proceeds from my spoon sales to help with the bills, but I hope to continue the Spoons for Hunger project once things settle down a bit. Thanks to all the folks who have reached out to offer solace and comfort lately. Transitions are never easy and your kindness is much appreciated. I'm sure that quilting guilds and dog clubs are full of great folks, but I can't help but think that woodworkers are the kindest lot there is. Tuesday, July 15, 2014.8 comments:. Links to this post. Monday, July 7, 2014. I am always aware when too much time has passed between posts. because of the emails inquiring about my health, whereabouts and possible witness protection status. So I figured that an update was in order. It has been an exceedingly busy year. As you may know, my book is in the final stages. I only have a couple of hundred more drawings to complete! I hope to see it in print this fall. Thanks for your interest and patience. Around the shop we have lots going on. Besides Claire making travishers, I’ve brought another North Bennet Street grad into the fold. His name is Charlie Ryland and he has been helping me for the last few months keep up with my crazy work schedule. In the future, I hope to see him grinding drill bits for sale through the website. He’s a great addition to the team and you can meet him when we go to the Lie Nielsen open house next week or at WIA this fall in North Carolina. I’ve had such a great experience. posting on the blog over the last 7 years and my goal is to expand this once I finish with the book and some other coming events. One of the difficult parts of sharing my experiences online is moderating how much exposure of my private world is appropriate. In continuing to share upcoming events, there are some changes coming that are sure to come with some questions, so I thought it best to come right out and share that Sue and I have decided to split up and as part of the transition, I am selling my Massachusetts house and moving to Asheville, North Carolina. While it is clearly a sad thing to see a good thing come to an end, I am happy to say that we separated amicably and we remain good friends. I appreciate all the folks who have reached out to care for both of us through this last year. We are both doing well thanks to you all. I look forward to being closer to my family and near all my good friends in Asheville. Plus a couple of extra warm months a year doesn’t sound so bad. The completion of the book and move south will hopefully go smoothly and leave me in a much more settled place where I can get back to what is most natural for me, namely horsing around making chairs and posting on the blog about my findings and fun. Thanks for your continued visits to Chairnotes and please stay tuned for the changes as they come. Monday, July 07, 2014.7 comments:. Links to this post. Labels: Covergirl, Farm Life. Wednesday, April 30, 2014. Another thought on the Shavehorse. I was in need of another shavehorse recently for a class, so I grabbed a dumbhead swing arm that I had laying around and cobbled together a horse. This part was an experiment that I had tried when looking into making an adjustable shavehorse. I rejected it because it had some short grain issues that I thought wouldn' ...
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Peter Galbert Chair Notes, Windsor Chairs
Before I show the next installment for the "Smarthead" shavehorse process, I want to mention that I will be teaching a two week intensive chairmaking class at the ...
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Peter Galbert Chair Notes, Windsor Chairs
This is a project that takes advantage of my need to carve spoons on the long winter evenings here in New York.
Peter Galbert Chair Notes, Windsor Chairs
This post coincides with an article the I've written for the Spring 09 issue of American Woodturner Magazine about tapered mortise and tenons. Making a ...
Chair Notes: Minnesota Teacher of the Year
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Woodturning Projects: Making a Spoon by Hand » Highland ...
Go to http://chairnotes.blogspot.com and search for spoons in the list at the bottom right or click “Spoons for Hunger” at the top right of his page.
Welcome to Kelly Mehler's School of Woodworking
He also invented and produces the Galbert Caliper, a direct measuring tool for the lathe, and writes the Chair Notes blog (www.chairnotes.blogspot.com).
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Aging furniture with milk paint. (Don't care for this piece, but it's ... chairnotes.blogspot.com
Assembly - YouTube
Peter Galbert demonstrates the assembly of the perch. Part of the series from the blog www.chairnotes.blogspot.com
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