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Book Trailer: Handplane Essentials

Check out the book trailer for the latest edition of Christopher Schwarz’s “Handplane Essentials.” Chris was kind enough to take some time to hang out with us and do a voiceover. The video turned out great (shout out to PW … Continue reading

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Summer Woodworking Books

Several books that I had the recent pleasure of editing are now available – if you’re getting the itch to build something here are a few titles that might just be the instruction or inspiration you’ve been looking for to … Continue reading

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Handplane Essentials

Within a week or so the new edition of “Handplane Essentials” by Christopher Schwarz should be available. This book was such a pleasure to edit and I’m excited to see how it is received. Chris added a ton of new material to … Continue reading

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Building & Living Small

In addition to the woodworking books I edit, I occasionally get to work on something a little bit different. Last year I edited a book on building treehouses – and now I’m delving into the world of tiny houses. “Building Small” … Continue reading

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Contracting Your Home

The latest book I had the pleasure of editing is a new edition of “The Complete Guide to Contracting Your Home” by Kent Lester & Dave McGuerty. This book has been around for a while but we had the opportunity … Continue reading

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With Saw, Plane & Chisel

“With Saw, Plane & Chisel” is a great book for anyone interested in creating furniture by hand. Period furniture expert Zachary Dillinger walks you through six classic American furniture projects using hand-tool construction and period-accurate joinery methods. I learned a lot … Continue reading

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Woodworker’s Kitchen

The newest book I had the privilege of editing is A.J. Hamler’s “The Woodworker’s Kitchen.” It’s a fun book of woodworking projects for decking out your kitchen with handmade items—from small accents like vintage-looking recipe boxes and wooden utensils to larger … Continue reading

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