Teri Masaschi’s life goal was not to become a finishing expert. At age 14, she was focused on earning money to enroll in a private school that combined academics and the arts – including woodworking. Read more in Sharon’s Woodworking Adventures blog to see what sparked Teri’s interest in furniture restoration and woodworking.
We contacted some of our woodworking friends to see how the
Covid-19 virus pandemic and quarantine might be affecting their lives. First and with utmost importance, it
goes without saying that following guidelines, staying safe, maintaining one’s
health, being aware of your surroundings, and taking care of yourself and each
other are at the top of the list. Without a unified effort in the common goal
of defeating this virus by doing our part, none of us would be able to sustain
a healthy, productive woodworking lifestyle that we have all become accustom to
Woodcraft has entered the saw blade manufacturing market with six new WoodRiver® products. Director of Product Development Darin Lawrence and Product Development Manager Charles Wolfe said, “The main focus when developing these products was to provide the best quality possible at a price that could beat anyone else in the market. We absolutely hit that with our new saw blades.”
In an effort to balance the safety and health of its employees during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic with the financial well-being of the company, Woodcraft took steps recently to allow some of the corporate office staff the option of working from home. We polled some of our remote workers for their best tips for creating a successful work/life balance and we’d like to share those with others who may be navigating this new territory along with us.
Incorporating resins and epoxies into woodworking is becoming more and more prominent. But how do you know which type to use for your project? How do you mix it? How do you make a mold? Woodcraft is here with all the answers you need to create your own one-of-a-kind turning blanks, river tables and more!
The American Woodshop co-hosts Scott and Suzy Phillips have dreamed for years of creating the ultimate building on a budget. Last year, they got their chance. With the help of some friends, a good ol’-fashioned barn raising took place near the couple’s Piqua, Ohio, home, and Suzy’s “She-Barn” became a reality. Part of the barn build was featured on Season 27 of the couple’s educational woodworking television show, which airs nationwide on public television.