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What’s on the Bench:
Marc’s finishing up his prep for the upcoming William Ng classes. Matt is building some bookcases is at the point of assembly. And now he’s got a waiting list for his work!
Merging of Woodworking Magazine and Popular Woodworking Magazine!
Around the Web:
Great article sent in from David J. Ulschmid at WispWoods: Undervaluing Yourself and How to Stop
FWW and Highland Woodworking’s “New Year’s Sweepstakes”
Get some sweet Toughguy workpants and donate your old ones. Check out WoodWerks on Jan 15th for more details.
Highland Woodworking has Free ground shipping on Festool machines. Limited to within in the lower 48 states
Woodcraft – Save 15% On All Rob Cosman DVDs Now Through January 30, 2010
It Came From the Forum:
Win a Free Leigh Super FMT!!!
Bo in Syracuse needs advice on a starter set of chisels.
Chuck in Wisconsin wants to know what he should buy, a skewed block plane or a rabbet block plane.
Johnny NoName asks about sandpaper grits across brands.
A few helpful articles concerning sandpaper: Sandpaper 101, Sandpaper Grades
Toms Tip: A nifty way to remove splinters
Kari’s Tip: Waterstone holders.
6 replies on “WT65”
Marc & Matt,
WTO # 64 doesn’t show up in iTunes and I haven’t been able to download it. I haven’t tried with WTO # 65, but could you guys please check it out, I hate missing the show. If it’s a user (i.e. Me) problem, please let me know.
Rubbermaid owns Irwin. Rubbermaid Chisels!
I also can’t download 64 or 65 from iTunes. Other podcasts are downloading fine. Not sure what the issue is.
Odd. Can you possibly try unsubscribing then resubscribing again? That sometimes fixes issues like this.
Thanks, Marc. I’ll try un-subscribing and re-subscribing tonight.
Thanks for coverting the Undervaluing Yourself topic.
I would like to post something here that popped into my tiny brain today.
I am not a crafter. I am an Artisan.
The products of Crafters end up in Thrift stores.
The products of Artisans end up in Antique stores.
Around here our antique stores carry only high quality furniture, and the nailed together pine projects end up in donated-items stores. I feel so bad for the people that built those things that are marked at $1 and aren’t being sold. My goal is to never build something that will be marked $1.