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  1. Good Monday Morning! Good Monday Patriot Woodworkers! What did you get done over the weekend, and what have you planned for the week ahead! Inquiring minds want to know. Please tell us what's happening in your shops, your life, and any events going on with you. Thank you for being here folks! New members Please drop by and give the following new members a grand welcome: @Fastback and @Roger N Patricia Nichols. Leaderboard Drop by your Leaderboard and see who the current movers and shakers are based on content and topic popularity. What's It Our August "What's It" is live, take a look and submit your educated guess at best for this months item. Featured gallery @DerBengel has created a wonderful gallery this past week, showing of small box joinery and her painting finesse along with picture frame making. Featured image of the week With an age of 4847 years, Methuselah the ancient Great Basin bristlecone pine tree has the honor of being Earth’s oldest non-clonal organism. The tree is located in the White Mountains of Inyo County, Eastern California, but its exact physical location is kept confidential to protect it from people. In 1964, a researcher with the consent of U.S. Forest Service, chopped down a tree which was around 4900 years old (named Prometheus). At present, we can still visit the grove of the ancient bristlecone pine tree forest but can we identify which tree is Methuselah? Source: http://www.wondersify.com/oldest-trees-world/
  2. Good Monday Morning! Good Monday Patriot Woodworkers! What did you get done over the weekend, and what have you planned for the week ahead! Inquiring minds want to know. Please tell us what's happening in your shops, your life, and any events going on with you. Thank you for being here folks! New members Please drop by and give the following new members a grand welcome: @JimG, @bardnpoet, @HazelRBaker Leaderboard Drop by your Leaderboard and see who the current movers and shakers are based on content and topic popularity. What's It Our July What's It has almost ended, take a look and submit your educated guess at best for this months item. Featured gallery Digging back a bit I re-discovered one of my favorite galleries, @Mike Mathieu intarsia gallery. Where is Mike! If anyone knows his whereabouts, tell him to come on back home to us, we'd love to see what he's been up to! Featured image of the week Smithsonian American Art Museum: Three-Legged Stool by Tage Frid
  3. Good Monday Morning! Good Monday Patriot Woodworkers! What did you get done over the weekend, and what have you planned for the week ahead! Inquiring minds want to know. Please tell us what's happening in your shops, your life, and any events going on with you. Thank you for being here folks! Community news Clubs! Soon you will have the ability to create your own club here on The Patriot Woodworker. You'll be able to create your club, start a forum within the club, assign moderators to your own club and forums, create your own galleries, create your own blogs for your club members to use, and much more. So stay tuned, there are some fantastic things happening in the back ground around TPW! Featured gallery We have a wonderful gallery that was kicked into high gear by @Robert McMillan! Welcome our new members The following members need a hearty welcome from ya'll! Please drop by their profiles by clicking on their names, and send them a message of welcome. @Charles Waggoner, @Robert McMillan, and @YouDontKnowKev, and you can view more new members at the Member Page. Featured image of the week Boys at woodwork class, London, c 1895 Photograph showing boys at a woodwork class with their teachers, in London. Photograph by Walter C. Tyler, ca. 1895. Some of the boys have disabilities. A boy on the left is a dwarf, and a boy to front left has an artificial (wooden) leg. Source: https://wellcomeimages.org/indexplus/image/L0035990.html
  4. Good Monday Morning! What have you gotten done in the old shop over this past weekend and what have you planned for the week ahead! Inquiring minds want to know! Community News We are planning the opening of our newest addition to our Forums structure, a new CNC Forum. If you'd like to have a say in the direction that your online community here takes, we'd love to invite you to come aboard and help us decide the structure of our new CNC Forum(s). Please go to: Top content According to our Leader Board stats, the following topics are the top 5 being bantered about at this moment. Top content is based on a rolling 30 day average of hits and likes. Positive Vibes I'm Honored Top Secret Project Finished the Plaques Today Been in the Scrap Pile Again Image of the week By © Pierre André - Own work. This file was uploaded with Commonist., GFDL, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=48087555 Wood-turning lathes in the Musée des Bois Jolis de Felleries, Nord, Parc naturel régional de l'Avesnois) France
  5. Good Monday morning! That's right, Monday again! It keeps coming back, somehow it just keeps rearing up again, week after week after week. So folks, what did you get done over the weekend in your shops, and what have you planned for the week ahead? Woodworking, life stories, events, family plans, we want to hear it! Community news Condensed quoting, easier to scroll through your topics in the forums, see here at Quote Minimization. The blogging department is closed to entries for now, you can still view the blogs, and comment, but new blogs are temporarily turned off for maintenance. Community tip of the day Forever we have had a little return arrow in the upper right corner of quoted content. It may have escaped many, but if you click on it, you will be returned to the quoted post. See red oval below. Topic topic According to our leader board for this past week Herb rocked the Top Topic category with his Top Secret Project! Help us grow Please invite your friends to our community, you can place a personal invite by clicking on the "Ticket" icon at the top right of our website to the left of the "Bell" icon. Thank you for helping us grow! Image of the week Frank H. Nowell [No restrictions], via Wikimedia Commons Smallest shingle mill in the world, Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition, Seattle, 1909
  6. Good morning to all of you Patriot Woodworkers. It is a beautiful day in east central Indiana. Low humidity, high today around 80 so it should be a great day to be in the shop building stock for summer shows. While skimming the local news site, I ran across this picture that gave me a chuckle. It looks like this dilligent mower is in immediate danger fbut hthe article said that the tornado really wasn't close and was headed away from them. None the less...... Let's hope your week isn't this exciting. So, what do y'all have going this week?
  7. Good morning folks! And what a glorious morning it is! After the long Memorial Day weekend, I'd be surprised if you all got much done in those shops, what with all the family stuff and events happening. But if you did manage to get into those shops, what did you get done? What did you build, or work on? And what have you planned for the week ahead? New members Please welcome our newest members, @Earl, @Dave Bugg, @CountryWoodCrafts, @BernieW, and @honesttjohn. Drop on by their profiles and send a message of welcome. Easy Wood Tools Raffle We raised over $1100.00 over the last two months through our Easy Wood Tools raffle! And we'd love to thank you all who participated, and Easy Wood Tools for their donation of the turning tools that we used to raise the funds with. Thank you @Jim from Easy Wood Tools! In case you missed it, @p_toad ended up winning the computer generated random draw. And he sent us a wonderful message stating what should be done with those tools. Peter, you are all heart, thank you sir for your support of our veterans! Featured gallery It's a fitting gallery for the season, and @honesttjohn has some beautiful work he created with CNC, and John put our brand new CNC gallery to work as soon as it was created! Thank you John for kicking off our gallery in style! Your account profiles Our profiles are a great way to let folks know who we are. We have a wonderful dynamic profile system, where you can get the word out who you are, what you do, your interests, and much more. I have perused profiles and have noticed many are empty or lacking. I'd like to make a plea for folks to head on over to their profiles and fill them out. Click on your name at the upper right of our community, click on "Account Settings", then click on "Edit Profile" at the right column. Image of the week 663highland [GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html), CC-BY-SA-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/) or CC BY 2.5 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.5)], via Wikimedia Commons Takenaka Carpentry Tools Museum in Kobe, Hyogo prefecture, Japan.
  8. Good Morning boys and girls. Wake up because it is Monday again. I'm filling in for the boss this morning so let's chat a bit. The weekend brought cold weather to Indiana, a new leader in France, a different Kentucky Derby winner and one day closer to the Indy 500. YAH!!!!!! This week should bring an end to my school project of cabinet building and I have toi admit that it was fun and profitable but I'm ready to move on to something that isn't birch plywood. Maybe a couple of shadow boxes. As we tear into a new week, let's hear from y'all. What did you get done over the weekend and what's on your agenda for this bright new shiny week?
  9. Good Monday Morning! We hope everyone had a wonderful weekend and perhaps even a productive time in the shop! For now we need to ask that all important question of the week. What did ya get done over the weekend, and what have you planned for the week ahead? Anything is game, woodworking related, non-woodworking related. We are curious folks here, what have you on your plate? News Only weeks left before the big Easy Wood Tools raffle draw! So get your raffle tickets now, visit Fund Raising for Our Community and see how you can help keep our site live. We are grassroots, and our community runs on donations and sponsor support, if you like our community, if you have benefited from our community, if you use our community, if you are a guest and like visiting, please consider purchasing a raffle ticket to support the costs of running this wonderful slice of woodworking heaven. Visit our new Patriot Woodworker's in Action gallery, where you can see the beginning's of an image gallery showcasing our Patriot Woodworker's in volunteerism. Submit your images! From your work with Habitat for Humanity, to your local animal rescue, to your time volunteered with your VFW. All your volunteer projects are welcome. And, this is a great way for you to promote your favorite non-profit organization. Latest Forum Activity module replaced, please click on the proceeding link to find out more. Our American Flag took a vacation, please click on the proceeding link to find out more. Featured Gallery @Gerald's latest creations with Bradford Pear wood, is exquisite. Featured website Elia Bizzarri is a world class chair maker in the purest since, he has made special appearances on Roy Underhill and been interviewed by most well known publications. Elia takes a log, rives it, and takes it to a Windsor Chair, just like they did hundreds of years ago. All by hand. Visit Elia's website at http://handtoolwoodworking.com/. "Using traditional tools and techniques, Elia Bizzarri rives, hews, shaves, and turns elegant Windsor chairs in his workshop in central North Carolina. Known for the quality and elegance of his turning technique, his chairs reflect an integral understanding of the intrinsic qualities of maple, poplar, hickory, and oak." Source: http://handtoolwoodworking.com/about/ Featured topic @Waxing Moon making waves with his topic "What to do with drop off's" Featured image of the week By Zwarte handen (oude ambachten verhuur groep Zwarte Handen) [GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html) or CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons Kuiperij of Old Crafts Group Black Hands
  10. Good Monday Morning Folks! What did ya'll get done over the weekend and what are ya gonna do the week ahead in your shops, in your homes, in your life? Chime in, bring us up to speed, we'd love to hear from ya. Running late for work this morning, so I am sorry for not having the in depth community update topic here today, but I do hope you all had a safe and wonderful weekend, and a wonderful and safe week ahead. Like Ralph Jones always says, keep your body parts 6" or further away from any woodworking cutting blades! Eye candy image of the week Huron Work Experience Center. Additional title: [African American young female worker assisting another NYA [National Youth Administration] youth in painting furniture, Chicago, Illinois, July 1941.] Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Photographs and Prints Division, The New York Public Library. (1941). Huron Work Experience Center. Retrieved from http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/510d47df-fa3d-a3d9-e040-e00a18064a99
  11. Good Monday Morning Folks! What did you all get done over the weekend, and what have you planned for the week ahead? Feel free to describe everything and anything on your agenda and what happened in your shops and life over the weekend. Just consider this your weekly debrief and Monday Cheer Leading topic for the week ahead. What do you have going for the week ahead? News Tampa Woodworking Show: March 17 through 19. Florida State Fair Grounds, for more information see Tampa Woodworking Show. Visit our sponsor Woodcraft to view their new blog post "Hand Crafting a Custom Knife". A project that looks really fun! Community Changes We brought back our revised Homes for Our Troops Project Map! Please visit the map at http://thepatriotwoodworker.com/hfot-project-map/ Once you are there click on one of the homes, and see the project status, perhaps you'll be able to find a project near you and jump in and help build a home! There are many types of volunteer positions available, from photographing the project for HFOT, to landscaping the veterans home. Click on the map below. Community Notices Our Links Directory was down, but is now back up, we apologize for the inconvenience. There was a conflict in the way the navigation menus were organized, causing the Links Directory page to open very slowly if at all. Unfortunately we had to change the menu navigation back to the default software layout. Please view your navigation menus and become familiar with their layout, again we apologize for the hassle. Our Member Map will return soon, revamped, and accurate. Our old member map had some of our members living in China, even though they actually live in Montana. New Members Please drop by and shoot a message of welcome to the following new members, they'd love to hear from ya! Cepran, @Jim from Easy Wood Tools, @TheCount0113, @JSL. Featured Gallery Eye candy image of the week Source: he Yorck Project: 10.000 Meisterwerke der Malerei. DVD-ROM, 2002. ISBN 3936122202. Distributed by DIRECTMEDIA Publishing GmbH. circa 1850-1852, Title: German: Waldarbeiter beim Holzsägen
  12. Good Monday Morning Folks! What did you all get done over the weekend, and what have you planned for the week ahead? Feel free to describe everything and anything on your agenda and what happened in your shops and life over the weekend. Just consider this your weekly debrief and Monday Cheer Leading topic for the week ahead. What do you have going for the week ahead? News @ChuckJ won the February MWTCA What's It. The March MWTCA What's It is live. Community changes See our new footer area at the bottom of our community. The footer area serves as a quick snapshot to visitors and members alike. The area is still being developed, based on feedback and arising needs and discoveries of the application software. The header area above the gallery snapshot has been removed for now, recent version upgrades of our core software have outgrown the third party application that provided the header area thus creating conflicts between the two. Community use tips If your home page forum experience starts to look a little long, and you find yourself scrolling too much, you can collapse forums you generally don't read by clicking on the downward carrot arrow in the blue header bar above the forum. New Members Please drop by the pages of @Scott Madden, @gunntex, @ChuckJ , and @oleglenn and welcome them into our community. Featured gallery Eye candy image of the week Source: “Collections – Shaker Museum │ Mount Lebanon.” N.p., n.d. Web. 6 Mar. 2017. https://shakerml.org/pages/collections
  13. Good Monday Morning Patriot Woodworker's! Here we go onward to another fantastic week of woodworking, life, living, and sharing and learning from our fellow woodworkers! What have you all been up to over the weekend, and what have you planned for the week ahead? Put it all out there, anything is game! The rounding plane (image left), or tenon cutter, will be a new tool in my shop. I have been diving into building chairs and stools that require a round tenon. Since my lathe turning is a tad rough these days, and I am having a hard time cutting a consistent and accurate 5/8" tenon, I went ahead and purchased a 5/8" rounding plane made by Ray Iles, the cost was reasonable for a hand made tool at $65.95 and well worth the price to get those great fitting tenons. Latest News Ralph Jones is the recipient of an Honor Flight trip to Washington D.C. this April the 15th. Congratulations Ralph! To read more on Honor Flights please see this link at https://www.honorflight.org/ As many of you may know, Herb, or better known as "Dadio" was the winner of last months MWTCA "What's It" project. Our current project is coming to a close soon, to view our current project, please go to the project as linked below and jump in and participate before this months project ends, and you could win a one year membership to MWTCA. Invite your friends Please help us grow and invite your friends to come here and join up, we are a grass roots community without a major platform such as a magazine or a retail store front, so our growth depends on you, our members. If you like what you see here with us, then please invite your friends and acquaintances to give us a try. You can use your invite feature at the top right by your name. The "Ticket" icon is used for inviting your friends, click on the Ticket, and follow the prompts, it doesn't get any easier than that! Eye candy image of the week Wheelwrights tool, a trestle - as far as I know. Photo from "Kajsergaarden", Randers. This file was made by B. M. Askholm, www.baskholm.dk/baskholm Please credit this: B. Askholm foto
  14. Good Morning Patriot Woodworker's and Guests and Viewers! And what a glorious Monday it is. Well here we are, embarking on yet another great week in our community for sharing, learning, collaborative efforts and just flat out fun and interest. So to the question of the day, what did you do this past weekend and what have you planned for the week ahead? Your replies could be anything regarding woodworking of course, and anything regarding life for certain! We know we are not woodworkers 24/7, many of us have a life outside of woodworking (really?) and we take trips, have other plans with the family, and we may even be dealing with some not so wonderful realities of life, we'd love to read and share that as well. So have at it folks, anything goes, what'd ya do, and what ya doing! Recent happenings Per @Stick486 suggestion for a new sub-forum for our MWTCA projects, we now have a sub-forum live dedicated to the MWTCA What's It project. Thanks Stick! Our blogs, don't forget folks we have a wonderful blogging area for our community, and some nice projects have rolled in recently at Blogs. And for a quick run down on how to use our blogging platform, you can see how at "How to Create a Blog". On a side note: do you know a friend who loves to blog about woodworking? Do you know a professional blogger for woodworking who would like their content to be seen by thousands? Shoot him our way, we'd love to host their blog with us. Moaners and Groaners and Other Dribble and Useless Conversation and Other Drivel topics are long, fast, and fun! Please keep it tame, I was perusing the topics a few days ago and I had to remove some posts due to violations of our Guidelines. Removal of posts in those particular forums will happen without warning and without explanation if they violate any of our Guidelines. It's a pretty big job keeping tabs on the woodworking portion of our community without having to worry about a completely off-topic discussion and if there are violations within it. Thank you all for your understanding! Featured Gallery Check out this wonderful military art work by @oleglenn. And while you are there, see his other albums a well. He's a busy man at that scroll saw! Eye candy image of the week By Doug Coldwell (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0) or GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html)], via Wikimedia Commons
  15. Good Monday Morning folks! What's on your woodworking agenda for the week ahead, and what did you get done in the shop over the weekend! My son and I worked on his science project for school. So we knocked our heads together and came up with an age old test, End grain or Edge grain, Which Provides the Strongest Glue Joint? We assembled his experiment, and performed the test, and now he is creating the display board that all the science is displayed on and his research along with some photos of the actual experiment, one image seen below, guess which glue joint won? The break test that was performed for each joint. So, tell us how your weekend went, and what you got planned ahead, woodworking, or not! Thank you all for being here. Eye candy image of the week By [Kane, John] [from old catalog] [No restrictions], via Wikimedia Commons
  16. Good Monday Morning Patriot Woodworkers! What's on your agenda for the week, and what did you do over this past weekend! We'd love to read and view what you all have been up to this past weekend, and what shop, or life plans you have the week ahead. So jump in, post your pics, and tell us all the big fish stories you came up with over the weekend! Blogs We get a ton of outside views for our blogging area, but our inside participation is lacking, so for those of you who are blogging, please keep it up, you are being read, and you are getting a ton of love from our fence sitting lurkers and passerby's. We are going to figure out a way to get those blogs out front and center so our woodworkers here will be able to see the current happenings quicker and easier which should equate to more participation. I just wanted you to know, your blogs are greatly appreciated. MWTCA "What's It" random drawing It's coming! For those who participated in the current months "What's It", you will all be entered into a random drawing for a calendar year membership to MWTCA and all its benefits. Leader Board Stick is still out performing everyone in the popularity contest around here, how does that happen! Check out your Leader Board! Thank you for being here folks, and have a wonderful week ahead! Eye candy image of the week Source: http://www.claysmithguns.com/
  17. Good morning folks!! I must make this one short and sweet, just learned some mudslides from our rains are blocking my primary route to work this morning, so I need to duck out of here much earlier. So, what did you get done in your shops over the weekend, and what have you prepared to do for the week ahead? We love to hear and read, and view what you are doing in your shops, and life period. Adopt-a-Family for the Holidays Financial Debrief It's live, you can view how your raffle purchase proceeds were used for this fantastic project at Thank you all for being here, thank you for your continued participation, and to all our viewers who come by and read and use our community, please sign up, login and jump in! We'd love to have ya aboard! Eye candy image of the week By H. Zell - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=48464438 Carpenter's bench; Museo Agrícola el Patio, Tiagua, Municipio de Teguise, Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain. The farm "El Patio" is one of the largest and oldest farms of Lanzarote. It was built at the beginning of the 19th century and inhabited until 1949. Now a museum, the furnishing of the rooms, kitchen, toilet, stable, wine cellar and others represents well the way of life of an agricultural worker at the beginning of the 20th century. At that time it was the best developped and largest farm on he Island of Lanzarote. 20 farmhands with 15 camels worked on the fields of this farm.
  18. Good Monday Morning! In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Many of us get to stay home from work today, I am one of them. To view a brief history of the man, please see Martin Luther King Jr. (A history.com page) We also happen to have a scroll saw pattern of this historical giant in our American culture. So I'll get to the point of this weekly topic, What did you get done in your shops over the weekend, and what plans have you for the week ahead? We've seen some great projects the past week, so we know your all busy and productive in your shops. This topic is a great place for a weekly check in, to show us what you have been up too, so please post away, images, projects, life, family, it does not have to be woodworking related, did you take a vacation? Did you see a great movie? Anything! Personally I was able to make it out to the shop yesterday and cobble together a weaved seat for the shaker stool I built a couple weeks ago. As some of you may know I had a little accident running up my stairs here at home, and I fell up the stairs and banged up my wrist pretty good. It was quite the challenge holding parts of the weave material with a bad hand and shoving the weave through with the good hand, but I got her done! You can see the stool in the Gallery. Adopt-a-Family Debrief Our 2017 Adopt-a-Warrior-Family for Christmas project has wound down, the last check of the raffle proceeds is going out to the Akin family, ma and pa Akin will have enough in the last disbursement to hire a babysitter and head out for a much needed night together and have a nice dinner. At least that is what I'll suggest they do, but more than likely they'll use if for the kids. The details and breakdown of the project and financial statement will be available this week. We'll post it in a separate topic from the project topic. Leaderboard Check out your Leader Board for some interesting statistics, it's always fun to see who or what is moving and shaking in our community. Featured blog Please check out Gerald's wonderful blog on building a cherry entertainment center! Thank you I'd like to thank everyone here who comes into our little home away from home who contributes and participates in our topics in all the areas of our woodworking community website. Our website is a tool for woodworkers to share their knowledge, lend council to other woodworkers, and to share our projects with each other. It's always nice to get an atta boy isn't it? Without you, the contributor, we don't have a community, it's because of your contributions that we are growing and becoming stronger and we are in turn able to provide some help in some way to the men and women who have served our nation. Without you, we don't have sponsors, without our sponsors, we don't have funding to stay live and aid those we can. Remember, this is a truly non profit community, nobody on our staff pockets a single penny, not even yours truly, all proceeds are used to fund our community, keep it live, and help our veterans. Thank you for that folks! Eye candy image of the week In honor of the Holiday today, I found this image of a group of boys working together in 1939 at "Dobbins Vocational School - Class in soldering. [Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]", it's not woodworking, it's metal working, but it shows the boys working together, a moving picture I feel, and symbolic. New York Public Library Collection
  19. Good Morning Patriot Woodworker's! I'll have to keep this one short and sweet, got a sore hand and I am typing one handed here. So, first off, what have you all got going on this week in your shops? What did you do in your shops over the weekend? Please spill the beans and give us a snapshot in the life of your workshops, and even in your own non-woodwork related lives, we like to know how we are all doing these days. This last weekend nothing really got done in our own shop as we were out on the road traveling a little bit locally, in our mountains and checking out the snow and wrapping up the winter break. We hope to hear from you about your life happenings, and all your doing. Thank you for being here and thank you for your contributions to our community! Eye candy image of the week 36 MANUAL TRAINING FOR THE RURAL SCHOOLS 37 SAW HORSE Bill of Material Lumber Year: 1922 Author: Roehl, Louis Michael
  20. Good Monday Morning Patriot Woodworker's! I am sorry but this Good Morning is going to be short and sweet than our typical informational. But we can't miss a Monday period, because we want to know how your weekends went! So how about it folks? What did you do over the weekend!!!! What did you build, what didn't you build? It was long Thanksgiving weekend, I bet not much got done as most of us were enjoying friends, family, and just taking it easy. But if you were in the shop, let's hear it! And what do you have planned for the week ahead? Thanks for being here folks, we hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend and all is well. Eye candy image of the week By Katsushika Hokusai (葛飾北斎) - http://visipix.com/index.htm, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=313202
  21. Good Monday Morning Patriot Woodworker's! And what a grand Monday it is! With Fall in full effect, the leaves are beginning to turn, and we are on our way to the Holidays soon enough! As we ask you each Monday morning, what is on your plate for the week ahead? What did you accomplish over the weekend? Inquiring minds want to know! I was able to get a little more work down this weekend on the headrest of a Claro Walnut Rocker I am building. Soon this chair will be finished and ready to go to a new home. For a look at my headrest fabrication please see at Head Rest Fabrication. I tried to get started on a Krenov style hand plane build this weekend but it just did not happen, other things happened! New Community Features The double posting issues have been worked out, in the past contributors would hit the post button, and sometimes double posts would show up, that is no longer an issue. Bug fixed! We now have a "Cancel" button at the editor, so if you change your mind and do not want to submit that post, just click on "Cancel" and you're set to go. The navigation is much easier to use now, the tabs at the top are now out front and center, allowing you to see the various navigation tabs instead of them being buried under other tabs. If you change your password you will now be presented with an email verification to ensure you were actually the one who changed your password. Before no verification went out. We keep adding to our community, and we hope you enjoy our new upgrades and features. Thanks for all your help to everyone, for your contributions, your creative projects, your participation here, and all your wonderful personalities! Have a wonderful week ahead! Eye candy image of the week By Katsushika Hokusai (葛飾北斎) - Online Collection of Brooklyn Museum; Photo: Brooklyn Museum, 16.541_bw_IMLS.jpg, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=10956947 (Sawyers cutting a log block print, 1839)
  22. Good Morning all! Here we go again, these weeks are just ticking off like crazy now, it seems just a few days ago we were celebrating the 4th of July, and here we are into Fall and heading to the Holidays! My goodness. What have yall been up too over the weekend? What did you create, what did you destroy! Did you get productive or were there just too many games on the tube to watch? How about them Cubs and Indians, whether you are a fan or not, I love the history behind these clubs and I am glad to see these guys hit the big time. This will be a fun series to watch. So, in this topic please leave us some information about your happenings the past couple days, and your plans over the next week, we love pictures so please show us what you have been up to. The Patriot Woodworker Departments We have many great areas in our community just waiting for you to contribute and share. Our software has so much to offer, all it needs is a little bit of love from our contributors! Gallery - Load your images into our gallery, create your own albums, or not, just pick your category and load your images up! If we do not have a fitting category, just ask, and we'll kick it around and create it. Blogs - One of our most under-utilized areas, blogging is a great tool for you to create a one off story, or a series of stories showing off your work or the process used. Please jump in and create a blog! Calendars - Do you have a club event you want to share with us? Or how about a veterans support event, or a woodworking show, really anything of interest is a great candidate to insert into our events calendars. Use our calendars, they are there for you! Links - We have a wonderful Links Directory that we created for you to share your favorite websites, and your own websites, it's easy and fun to use. Again, if you need a category, please ask and we'll create it. Downloads - Did you know you can submit your own home made plans, schematics and woodworking related files to share with everyone? You can! Just head on over to the Downloads area and submit your file. Chat - Ah the wonderful chat, jump in and chat with your friends real time! So there you have it, just a quick run down on what we have out there, for you, our contributors to use, share, and to help us advance our great craft of woodworking. Have a wonderful week ahead, and be safe, stay alert in your shops, and stay alert on the roads, we have rain in many areas of our country! Eye candy image of the week By Snyder, Frank R. Flickr: Miami U. Libraries - Digital Collections [No restrictions or Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons Subject (TGM): Woodworking; Vocational education; Students; Classrooms; Universities and colleges; Location: Oxford, Ohio
  23. Good Morning All! What a glorious morning it is, and a wonderful Monday here on the west coast where temps feel more like fall, and I actually had to put a sweater on over the weekend! I love it. How have you been? What accomplishments can you brag about over the weekend? Anything is welcome here in this topic, woodworking, your team won over the weekend, a vacation you took? We are nosy, and we love pictures of your weekends. So feel free to drop us a note, and let us know how your weekend was, and what plans you may have for the week ahead, have a wonderful week Patriot Woodworker's! New feature for our community Please help us decide if we should keep the new "Forum Links" box above each forum category topic listing and posts listing. It's a quick way to get to another forum without having to back out of the current forum you are in. It is in Beta mode right now, testing and feeling if it's a good thing, or if too much is too much. Feel free to drop your feedback at Fast Jump. If we decide to keep it, we will remove the "Jump To" at the upper right area of our community. The quizzes are back! We asked Mr. Ralph Jones if he would come aboard and fire up his weekly woodworking quizzes, and he said he would! How cool is that? Since most of us are WOOD Forums leftovers, or migrators from back in the day (like myself) we are all familiar with Ralph's quizzes. Thank you Ralph for taking this job on, we appreciate you sir! Wounded warrior adopt a family project This year like last, we are embarking on a project to adopt our Wounded Warrior Family for Christmas. An organization we proudly support sponsors the Adopt a Family for Christmas project, and they reach out to us to provide a family of a Wounded Warrior the funds they need to have a Christmas. These families are in difficult times, and they need our help. We will fire this project up officially this week. There will be a raffle of some wonderful tools provided by our sponsors, and everyone is invited to participate, 100% of the proceeds will be sent to our adopted family. Follow this link to our Adopt a Family project from last year at Operation Ward 57 Adopt a Family so you can have an idea of how this works. (PLEASE CHECK BACK LATER THIS WEEK FOR DETAILS) Have a wonderful Monday folks, and keep up the great work, we are seeing some awesome work by you, and I'd like to personally thank you for helping us maintain such a warm and inviting community for all woodworkers, from all walks of life, without you, we could not be! Eye candy image of the week By Minnesota Historical Society [CC BY-SA 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
  24. Good Monday Morning Patriot Woodworker's! It's great to be alive, woke up this morn and found the same beautiful lady that's been next to me over the last 25 years, I still know what day it is, I counted the fingers on my hands, and I wiggled my toes, check, check and check, all is well! Time to get to work! So, what are you all up to this grand day? What have you done in your shops over the weekend? What did you do in life over the weekend? What are going to do during this coming week! We love to know, we love to keep tabs, and we also really love to see any images you may have produced over the weekend or anytime for that matter. Projects, honey-do's, heck, the ball game you went to! We'd love to see it all. So step up and show us what you have been doing. I was able to get in the shop for a spell and make some progress on a Claro Walnut Rocker, and I made pretty good progress. There is a topic for the rocker going on right now. And I spent much of the weekend getting my Professional Land Surveyors application started and on its way for me to sit for the exam in April 2017. It was a pretty busy weekend now that I think of it! Here are some happenings in your beloved TPW community. The October 2016 MWTCA What's It is Live Blogs Lets Talk Photography by Gerald Cosman Hand Tool Workshops Offers Free Lifetime Membership to Wounded Vets by Frank Byers Small Patch's Life Musings by Jess (Small Patch) Community improvements Test Your Content Entry Skill Topic (you can practice your entry skills in this topic, upload images, files, play with text layout, use editing features. This is a sandbox area for you to play and get accustomed to our editing and image uploading features. On and Offline indicator (You'll now see a green or gray dot next to the members name. Green is online, gray is offline.) Please let us know how you like it, or dislike it. Thank you Patriot Woodworker's for being here, and making our community what it is today. Have a fantastic week ahead, and be well, be safe, and be happy! Eye candy image of the week Switzerland: children at a woodwork class with their teacher. Photograph attributed to H. Schlegel, ca. 1925 See page for author [CC BY 4.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
  25. Ok folks, gotta do a quick hit and run this morning, running a tad late for work on my end! The big question of the day, what did you all get done over the weekend and what have you planned for the week ahead? We want to know how your doing in your shops, homes and gardens. Heck, even if you did nothing, let us know how you did that! Couch potato, we all do it from time to time, we had some pretty good games on this weekend and here in the west coast we got to say goodbye to one of our nations greatest baseball announcers Vin Scully, he announced Dodger games since 1950. Somewhat of a local hero in our parts. I was in the shop wrapping up some Shaker Chair Jigs, And later yesterday I was on the couch at a coffee table getting a couple chair templates wrapped up and ready for cutout. So, with that, what yall got going on! Thanks for being here and have a safe week ahead. And we can't forget our eye candy image of the week. A portable band saw! Not so portable is it. By Norbert Schnitzler (Own work) [GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html) or CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

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