Various woodworking fora have lately featured harrumphs and huzzahs about A Workshop of Our Own and their fundraising. Having taught woodworking to adult students for 18
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I've been a professional woodworker for two decades, the past dozen years of which I've spent at Fernbank Science Center in Atlanta, Georgia. I also teach woodworking classes, mostly at Highland Woodworking.
I write this blog to show what can be done with very basic tools in limited space. Even though woodworking is part of my day job, for my own personal projects I work in borrowed space: half of a two-car garage.
I also write occasional posts about why I'm a woodworker: the pleasures of working and the beauty of the material.
DISCLAIMER: Since I teach classes at Highland Woodworking, I link to products on their website as a professional courtesy. I do not get a sales commission from Highland. As of this writing (2017) I haven't ever received free or discounted tools, supplies, or services for purposes of reviewing or promoting them. I promise to change this statement to reflect any facts that might change!