About

As the title implies, this is a blog about the practice and history of traditional woodworking.  My goal is to share as much of the knowledge I have gained from fifty years of  practising traditional joinery with those who are interested in carrying on that same tradition.

As for the writer; suffice it to say that I’m best described as husband, father, veteran, teacher, student and professional woodworker.

And, if this page is dedicated to anyone it would be my Grandfather; a product of the English apprentice system tradition.  From Gramps I learned first to sweep, then to sharpen (everything), to be patient and that “it’s a poor workman who blames his tools”.

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2 Comments on “About”

  1. Akinrujomu olugbenga bright Says:

    I wish to come for a year study in your place

  2. Akinrujomu olugbenga bright Says:

    I like to come for a year programme in your workshop i have first degree in woodtechnology.I am a nigerian in africa.


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