Month: February 2020

AAW, 1987…

AAW, 1987…

The AAW Newsletter/Magazine has come quite far since 1987, but it can be interesting to see how information from 33 years ago can still be relevant. See the attached for a flashback to the early days of AAW with The Journal of The American Association of Woodtumers, Volume I Number 4, June 1987, all rights

Spring Cleaning

Spring Cleaning

It’s not too early to start your annual spring cleaning in your shop. As you organize your tools, take a good hard look at what you use, and more importantly, what you don’t use. Feel free to bring in your excess – tools, wood, supplies – and put a price on them to sell at

Two Local Places You Might Want To Know About, And One Not So Local…

Two Local Places You Might Want To Know About, And One Not So Local…

We’ve seen some great pieces coming to our meetings that are steering towards the artistic side of turning – I guess there’s a little bit of Jaunine is all of us! If you haven’t stopped by the following Arts & Crafts Recycle Stores, I’d recommend that you do. Both of these places get their inventory

Ashley Harwood – Last Summer

Ashley Harwood – Last Summer

I saw this video last year when she first published it, but was reminded of it this weekend when I was in Philly and saw some amazing large scale (architectural) turnings. I believe it’s worth the time to see – remember, in YouTube you can adjust the playback speed to 1.25, 1.50, 1.75 or 2.0

Check Us Out!

Check Us Out!

LAW members – please take a look at the new LAW website! Click around, check out the new Resources page, the Blog page (where this came from) and the Classified page. Send me your thoughts for additional resources, blog ideas or classified listings through the Comments page. This site is your site, so send me