A podcast for woodworkers and the maker community in general. Hosted by Robin Lewis (RobinLewisMakes), Joey Chalk (KingPost TimberWorks) and Bryan Cush (Sawdust Bureau).
Every Woodworkers Dream ft Jem Culpitt
In a Shop Stool Podcast first, we talked to a kiwi woodworker this week! Jem Culpitt started his woodworking career as a hobbyist and after a couple of bunkbeds it all took off. In this episode he runs through his seemingly ideal rise from weekend warrior to full time woodworker.
Robin Finally Published A Video On YouTube
It’s been months but Robin finally published a new video. We also have a new way of supporting the show, inspired by a very generous listener.
But That Was Just The Very Start Of It ft Ross Williamson
Tonight we’re joined by Ross Williamson, from the north west of Brisbane. He’s a woodworker that, after some indecision in direction, came around to being an accomplished furniture maker supplying clients across the south east. He’s won awards for his pieces and even ran the gauntlet in a critiquing session hosted by some of Australia’s top woodworkers.
Just Make Sure No One's Head Gets Stuck ft Tom Morton
Welcome to season 3 of The Shop Stool Podcast, a podcast for woodworkers and the maker community in general. Hosted by Robin Lewis (RobinLewisMakes), Joey Chalk (King Post Timber Works), and Bryan Cush (Sawdust Bureau).
Tom Morton, from Bootleg Studios, joins us on the show to walk us through how he makes his unique cold bent steel furniture. It has an incredibly unique style and he’s got an amazing website concept to show it off!
The One Where We Talked About Something Else
We had a whole show planned out in this episode, but we got side tracked and never made our way back. Enjoy!
Catching Up On What We're Up To
We get into a whole bunch of different topics and Joey drops some exciting news at the end.
Really entertaining and informative
Keep up the good work and you’re going to go far. Entertaining and valuable conversation is very appreciated. Thanks for the content!
I found your podcast through Joey’s YouTube channel and am glad I did. Thanks for keeping it real, covering relevant topics, and appealing to a range of us, from hobbyists to professionals. PS I’m becoming more competent with the metric system thanks to y’all. Much appreciated.
Farmville, Virginia, USA
Subscribe now before they quit.
Ride along as Robin learns that woodworkers are genuinely good people. Extra bonus: They speak metric!