Roubo Workbench Class (2nd week)

I wanted to update everyone on our Roubo Workbench class. We all survived if you’re wondering why it’s taken so long to hear about it. I will say that it was fairly intense for all 10 days, but the students did leave the classroom with finished benches by 5 pm on Thursday. Please remember that […]

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Roubo Workbench Class

I wanted to update everyone on our Roubo Workbench class. We all survived if you’re wondering why it’s taken so long to hear about it. I will say that it was fairly intense for all 10 days, but the students did leave the classroom with finished benches by 5 pm on Thursday. Please remember that […]

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Spice Box and Rocking Chair Class

Hello from the Heritage School of Woodworking!! I hope everyone is enjoying their summer. Here at the shop I find time has left us behind again, but that’s become a common feeling. Earlier this year I received a number of requests for our brazos rocking chair class that we offered in May. Unfortunately some people weren’t […]

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Lie-Nielsen Show — Houston

The Heritage School of Woodworking will be at the Lie-Nielsen Show in Houston this weekend. (Friday & Saturday) Information about the show can be found at Lie-Nielsen.com. I will be using hand-tools to create various joints such as the houndstooth dovetail and variations on that, a five point Texas star using contrasting woods and demonstrating the […]

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Cedar Strip Canoe 6

We had a great foundation class last week, with 13 student for 6 days. It was the first foundation class of the year, and a wonderful way to start the new school year. Here is the last post about the canoe I built last year, it does’t have much written information, but I at least wanted […]

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