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Using the art and science of fractal burning, some very unique and interesting “branching” patterns known as Lichtenberg figures can be created in wood.

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"The Jory Brigham Experience" sweepstakes winner attends a furniture building class in Paso Robles, California, as part of her sweepstakes prize and had the time of her life!

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AAW programs to teach youth and the visually impaired the art of woodturning are growing at the national symposium level and expanding into local communities around the country. 

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Hand Tool Coach Rob Cosman has seen first-hand the beneficial effects woodworking can provide to wounded veterans. Read more here to see how he is helping...and how you can help. 

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Life gets much easier when you have an ample supply of hooks or pegs to hang things on. Check out this easy hat rack project to get your organizing started! 

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With a brand new book out, Jo Schwartz is sharing her message that pyrography is easier than you think and you don't need formal art training to be successful. 

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Our Woodworking Adventure takes us to Charlotte North Carolina in follow up to our previous blog announcement of scheduled demos to take place at various Woodcraft stores. 

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Scott Phillips, forester, woodworker and co-host of “The American Woodshop” on PBS, joins Woodcraft in promoting tree planting on Arbor Day.

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More carving instruction to finish the relief animal carvings with hair carving, finish sanding, then use two methods of painting, gouache (water colors) with our teacher Sylvia Fuchs (Paul’s wife). 

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Today we attended the first day of carving school at the studio of Paul Fuchs in the Village of Hofstetten, where there is a population of 600 people. We are met by his son, Mario, also a Holzbildhauer, wood cutter/master carver.

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