The Highland Woodworker – Episode 11

The Highland Woodworker – Episode 11

MOMENT WITH A MASTER: His early interest in woodworking surrounded the table saw, but woodworkers would arguably agree, Christopher Schwarz has become to hand tools what Norm Abrams has been to power tools! Find out how he became the most popular person in the room at any woodworking event. FEATURE: “Horsin Around” resulted in a(…)

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Episode 10

Episode 10

The Highland Woodworker – Episode 10 Moment with a Master: Cabinetmaker and woodworking author Jim Tolpin tells us how the allure of building boats led him from a life as a geophysicist to working with his hands and mind. Jim explains designing furniture proportionately using ratios. Feature: Tim Hintz builds “Fresh Chairs” from a tree.(…)

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Episode 9

Episode 9

Episode 9, October 2013 Feature: A Highland Woodworker Exclusive! What happens when Master Woodworkers Don Williams, Christopher Schwarz and Jeff Miller team up with other inspired craftsmen in a small Georgia town? The Great Roubo Bench Build! Hear from this all star cast on the importance of this event, and why Roubo’s design from centuries(…)

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Episode 8

Episode 8

Episode 8, September 2013 Moment with a Master: Meet the king of joinery, Gary Rogowski. We visited with him at his Northwest Woodworking studio in Portland, Oregon. Learn how this honor student studying literature in college ended up a master woodworker who has turned the pacific northwest into a hotspot for great contemporary woodworking! Feature:(…)

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Episode 7

Episode 7

Episode 7, Summer Special -2013 Beat the heat by grabbing a cold beverage and spend a moment with four woodworking masters. Where else could you find Roy Underhill, Brian Boggs, the Moulthrop’s and Craig Nutt all in one episode? If that’s not enough we also have a new “Popular Woodworking Tips, Tricks & Techniques” with(…)

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Episode 6

Episode 6

Episode 6, April 2013 Moment with a Master: We visit chairmaker Jeff Miller at his Windy City workshop. Wait until you see his latest project. It’s a chair twenty years in the making. Jeff opens up to the Highland Woodworker about his early days as a professional musician and a diagnosis that made him put(…)

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