The Modern Woodworkers Association is a place for the online woodworking community to reinforce our online connections and create personal ones in local gatherings in many regions across the country.It is a place for woodworkers of all skill levels from professional to hobbyist to be able to share knowledge and learn form one another. The name Modern Woodworkers Association does not come from the fact that we are powertool users or for that matter handtool users but instead that we have all found a new tool, the online community and the power of information.
MWA405 - Joel Paul Interview
Joel Paul (aka, the "Punk Rock Shaker"or "13starsfarm") drops by on this episode of the MWA Podcast. This is a captivating discussion about green woodworking, David Fisher bowls, WWing life, his latest endeavor into spoon carving classes, etc. Check it out!
MWA404 - Amanda Russell's 5 Favorite Techniques
Amanda returns to share her 5 favorite Woodworking Techniques. There are some real gems on this episode. Including a couple of re-sawing techniques we're sure everyone will use. Check it out!
MWA403 - Amanda Russell Interview
We catch back up with Amanda Russell (aka, sawdustwoman) on this episode. It's a fascinating discussion about her journey as a professional woodworker, her latest accomplishments, and her "plans" for the future. Check it out!
MWA402 - Crew Show
On this episode we explore the Furniture Record Project that Mark is developing. This is an outstanding and innovative initiative for documenting your WWing projects. Check it out!
MWA401 - Megan Fitzpatrick Interview
The one & only Megan Fitzpatrick joins us on this episode. We delve into her new job as Editor for Lost Art Press (and its open ended job description), the classes she teaches, her home restoration project, and when she finds time to sleep. Check it out!
MWA400 - Josh Pinkston answers the 5 Questions
On this 400th episode of the MWA Podcast, Josh Pinkston returns to answer the 5 Questions. We find out about his 4 favorite tools, and how cartoons ruined Roy Underhill. Check it out!
My Favorite Running Podcast
This is my favorite podcast about running and college football. Occasionally they veer off into woodworking news. 🤷♂️
Seriously, though, it’s a great source of woodworking news and laid-back chats with fantastic guests.
This podcast has never once annoyed me. Ha ha. Seriously, though, isn’t that what a good podcast is about? I listen working in the shop, it’s interesting and entertaining and I’ve never been annoyed and wanted to turn it off. Some other podcasts are good sometimes and just tedious other times. That’s 5 stars for me. 😁
Great podcast informative guests only drawback is you end up finding out about too many tools and buying them.