Monthly Archives: September 2011

Wood Bending Workshop (9-3-11)

The first one-day Wood Bending Workshop occurred on Saturday, September 3, 2011, with two students in attendance. Marco Cecala is an accomplished woodworker and furniture maker interested in expanding his horizons, and David Keeling is a rehabilitated airline pilot who … Continue reading

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“Steamin’, I’m always steamin’ …”*

(* – apologies to the late Johnny Burnette … df) My introduction to steam-bending wood was in the mid-1970′s in northwest Alaska. We got into building dog sleds and boats, and making and repairing snowshoes. The Inuit people had always … Continue reading

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Cabinetmaking Class

The first iteration of the class “Make a Wall-Hung Cabinet” (henceforth to be called simply “Cabinetmaking”) was held over three days in late August (26-28) 2011 with two students: Matt Vredenburg and Chip Hidinger, both woodworkers with some experience. It … Continue reading

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