He wasn’t interested so much in what was on the blackboard in school. Don Weber’s thoughts were on what he saw on the other side of the window from his desk. The Welsh woodlands were full of adventure, and he wanted to explore all it had to offer! His dad made him a small toolbox and sent him on his way. The meager kit allowed him to repair and even turn chair parts for the many Windsor and “Stick” chairs in the region. His chairmaking career would eventually lead him to Paint Lick, Kentucky. Come with us to his most interesting workshop and enjoy the life and teaching of Don Weber in our Moment with a Master.
Can you really cut a circle on a table saw? Andrew Zoellner has the answer, in Popular Woodworking Magazine’s Tips, Tricks and Techniques.
Every woodworker needs an easy to apply wood finish! See a new solution for your masterpiece, in our Tool Box segment.
These stories and more this time on the Highland Woodworker!