A podcast about woodworking by three guys who make their living doing it.
Austin Waldo, Texas Woodworking Festival
Austin Waldo, of Austin School of Furniture, joins the show. Listen in as we hear about how a marketing and tech background mixed with a group of friends with a healthy woodworking fetish led this Austin from Austin to create a new school. We hear about the school’s start and successful pivots to adapt along with plans for the future ahead. A future made brighter by the Texas Woodworking Festival, coming this September 4th to Austin, Texas. A festival celebrating all things woodworking with a goal of creating even more.
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Ben’s back from the Neligh Grain Mill window project. Phil’s been on the road to Marc Adams. And Ramon’s been marquetry classing, domino docking, and garden planting.
Tink & Thinker
In this episode of @woodworkerspodcast Phil wraps up a box making class...Ramon preps for double-bevel marquetry...and Ben gets ready to start a window restoration at a Nebraska State Historic site. We thought it would be interesting to note the wide variety of people that we mention: Probably missed a few.
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Durham North Carolina studio furniture maker, Meredith Hart, joins the show.
Woodworking Ramble Amble
Phil’s outsourcing the woodworking so he can play more with his tambouring. Ramon’s turning the turret on the Valdez jig inventory, along with working on the Origin of some inlayquetry. And Ben’s been lost in the world of bid-land for so long he still thinks OSB only costs $28.
Heron Chair, Sara Watlington’s
The incredibly talented, Sarah Watlington, joins us again. But this time we’re trying something a little different by going on a deep design dive with her about her absolutely stunning, Heron Chair. We felt it would be interesting to do a concentrated conversation on this one piece, and as it turns out, we think the feeling was a pretty darn good one. From its conception, as a design, designed to hurt, to its’ build evolution and construction, during a 2nd year 2nd semester at the Krenov School, we hear about the challenges and techniques of building something that speaks a familiar existing language and yet has something beautifully new to say. Hope you find it as interesting as we did. Join us won’t you?
This is awesome guys. Not even half way through all your episodes and loving it. Who cares about the audio and F bombs. Really enjoy the guests. You guys offer a real insight to woodwork, there is more than one way to skin a cat I really enjoy each other’s different approach. 10/10