Tag Archives: Fine Woodworking Magazine

First Kumiko Box

This has been a wonderful challenging project that was inspired by blogs I had read by Mike Pekovich of Fine Woodworking Magazine and Greg Merritt of HillBilly Daiku.  To start this journey “down the rabbit hole” as Greg puts it … Continue reading

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Journey down the Kumiko “Rabbit Hole” Continues

  Here’s the first, completed Kumiko design.  This has been a cool process to get into and the teacher in me always likes to share what I’ve discovered during the journey!  In my first blog about this I showed the … Continue reading

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Accepted into Fine Woodworking #254

Fine Woodworking Magazine —– the very mention of it among woodworkers brings recognition and I think, a certain amount of respect.  Since it’s first issue in 1975, it has been the bench mark of fine woodworking and a cut above … Continue reading

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Things I’ve Read Now Put to the Test

I doubt that I’m the only woodworker out there that subscribes to a number of woodworking sites that send out information and, of course; lots of invitations to either buy or subscribe to something.  Even though the commercial part of … Continue reading

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