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  1. I am not sure if many main stream woodworkers are aware of a tool and finishing supplies retailer that goes by the name "Tools For Working Wood". I have shopped there on many occasions, I purchased my lovely and robust Ray Iles mortising chisels, some finishing supplies, marking gauge and a few other items that they specialize in including environmentally and baby safe finishes. An area of their retail website is dedicated to blogs, there are various blogs for different departments, one blog I especially like and it's updated very frequently, weekly if not more, is a blog called Joel's Blog. Joel loves writing about woodworking history, the people, the tools, the furniture and more. Here is one particular entry that I found interesting, "Things to Sit On in Randle Holme's The Academy of Armory, York, England, 1688". Since I love chairs, and building them, this interested me on a personal level. Things to Sit On in Randle Holme's The Academy of Armory, York, England, 1688 TOOLSFORWORKINGWOOD.COM I've been working on a blog about chairs. As part of my research, I took a closer look at Randle Holmes's 1688 opus, The book is considered the best When you go to Joel's Blog the page kind of looks unorganized, these folks are woodworkers, not website developers, and it appears they created and maintain their own retail website, and I really like the simplicity of the site myself, easy to navigate and easy to find the items you want. They started out as a Museum of woodworking tools, and developed into a retailer. Their brick and mortar location is at: 112 26th St, Brooklyn, NY 11232 They also have classes and special guest stars drop by to host the classes such as Roy Underhill. Here is their original website when they were a tiny museum and just kicking off their website in the early 2000's. Museum of Woodworking Tools - Lobby ANTIQUETOOLS.COM I hope you have fun with it and don't forget to poke around their retail offerings.
  2. One Christmas I made a bunch of Walnut veneer scrapbooks.
  3. HathiTrust is a partnership of academic & research institutions, offering a collection of millions of titles digitized from libraries around the world.
  4. This might already be somewhere on the web site and I haven't found it yet. I was thinking of a forum or list where members could post their recommendations on books, DVDs, videos, etc. relating to a specific topic. We see these recommendations imbedded in various threads, but they are hard to find when we later might want to check them out. Maybe an initial period of input from members suggesting various categories to help in posting. These wouldn't even have to be "clickable", just tags to help in the search bar. @John Morris, whatcha think?
  5. Directory of woodworking books (and others) most link to the site "archive.org"
  6. Lots of material on a wide variety of subjects.
  7. I saw Chad Stanton do a video on LFL and got my interest up. I live on a country road with not a lot of traffic but am considering making one for the church parking lot (on a more traveled country road as it's 1/2 mile from an interstate exit). I'd probably make it a miniature version of the church building (the front part). I have some stained glass that I could use for the Gothic windows. Comments, ideas?
  8. View File Workbench Magazine September-October 1965 Cowboy Bookends This is a scanned document of the now defunct Workbench Magazine of this era. Permission was granted by the new Workbench Publication for The Patriot Woodworker community to copy and use the old Workbench Magazine at our pleasure, and for free distribution and re-use. Here is a wonderful diagram for cutting out some classic book ends for your western literature collection. I love these, they remind me of a bygone era of a classic boys room, with these cool bookends on a shelf of the wall. This plan also has a great suggestion for using molten lead for added weight of the bookends. Note the piano wire that is used for the lasso, it appears that as the cowboy draws the lasso tight, the bookends are also being drawn in to tighten upon the books! Submitter John Morris Submitted 08/23/2016 Category Arts and Crafts
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    This is a scanned document of the now defunct Workbench Magazine of this era. Permission was granted by the new Workbench Publication for The Patriot Woodworker community to copy and use the old Workbench Magazine at our pleasure, and for free distribution and re-use. Here is a wonderful diagram for cutting out some classic book ends for your western literature collection. I love these, they remind me of a bygone era of a classic boys room, with these cool bookends on a shelf of the wall. This plan also has a great suggestion for using molten lead for added weight of the bookends. Note the piano wire that is used for the lasso, it appears that as the cowboy draws the lasso tight, the bookends are also being drawn in to tighten upon the books!
  10. Picked this up from another site. Old woodworking books- http://www.craftsmanspace.com/free-books/wood-carving-books.html
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