There was an awesome event on filing, honing and burnishing, and while Charles Shackleton also treated everyone to homemade pizza, it was really a time to share wood working skill building techniques.
Friday and Saturday, October 7 and 8, I demonstrated hand tool techniques at the Lie-Nielsen Hand Tool Event at Shackleton Thomas, in Bridgewater, VT, run by Charles Shackleton, furniture maker, and his wife Miranda Thomas, potter.
And newly available, the course parts can now be purchased individually as digital downloads from Popular Woodworking’s online store, along with my recorded webinars and digital magazine issues containing my articles.
I also had my copy of Nick Offerman’s new book Good Clean Fun: Misadventures in Sawdust at Offerman Woodshop, which is now available. You can read my review of it here.
While it was a great event, and lots of info, you missed a wonderful time. Luckily you can still enjoy most of the content thanks to the coverage provided by our friends at close grain.
Give the writeup a read and see if you learn a thing or two. The Shackleton’s are really a good source of wood knowledge and master training.
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