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  1. I was asked in 2015 to bring some old tools in for a presentation as part of our local library centennial celebration. While not an expert, I am somewhat versed in the subject as a hobby and so I presented for about 15 minutes that night about tools at the turn of the century. Fast forward 4 years and I was asked to return. I talked for 90 minutes on basic hand tool design and use, makers marks, electrolysis rust removal, refinishing and whatever else came out in questions. My 11 y.o. Daughter helped me at the first showing and spent 10 minutes talking with the crowd about her planes and 4H woodworking projects this time. Crowds aren’t really large at our little small town library but those in attendance seemed interested in my slightly “different” subject matter and conversation was good! All in all, a great night! This is us in 2019 (top photo) and our first attempt in 2015 in the lower photo. Notice that 220 Stanley in purple and yellow! “Black is too boring when you are nine!” was her quote when we painted it and when she showed it the other evening!
  2. So proud of my granddaughter - Anna and the progress she is making with her carving. She is a natural - she listens and follows directions and suggestions very well. Here is this years Christmas ornament for her Mom and Dad - a Fisherman ornament from Woodcarving Illustrated. Our schedules did not provide enough time to get it painted - but that will happen this week. Love you Anna! (BTW - her younger brother Cole is on his was into carving as well - just started teaching him the different cuts: push, pull and stop - he will be ready soon to tackle some basic carvings - Love you too Cole!) BTW - take note of the t-shirt Anna is wearing - LOL!
  3. So, I've tried my hand at SMALL carving with both hand chisels and with my Dremel. Yea, I'm not so great. However my 13 year old had to do a school project (Chinese wood block printing) and I had to show her how to use the chisels and my Dremel. She preferred the chisels because "that's cheating" (the Dremel). The brat is WAY better than I am with the chisels (and honestly, with the Dremel too) lol I called her a "disgusting brat" which made her laugh lol Now the other girls (12 and 9) want to try too.
  4. The video quality is not the best but, the concept presented sure is.
  5. These are the completed projects of the 7-year-old who I am teaching.
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