It was great to have James Wright visit our Fredericksburg Area Woodworkers Guild Meeting and talk about cutting Dovetails. This was a presentation he gave at the Fredericksburg Area Woodworking Guild on Feb. 3rd 2018. It was his goal to encourage people not to be afraid to mess up, but be ready for it and embrace it, as a step along the path. It’s is about the fun, not the project. This is a must watch. We’ve all been there cutting that 1st Dovetail..
Thanks James, for your presentation, and inspiration, you are always welcome to stop by when your in the area. Hope to see you in the Fredericksburg area again soon..
This was a fun build, You can find the completed picture in ” Hand Made in the USA” Video ~
I thought I would have some fun with some taped footage during a day in the shop. Project: Dining Room Built-In Shelves
2016 Whiskey & Wood Artisan Festival – Hosted by The Fredericksburg Area Woodworkers Guild, and Smith Bowman Distillery. Over 1,300 visitors attended this event. We appreciate the support of our local community, and the continued support of our local Artisans. Looking forward to next years event !!
A Good Friend Of Mine – Rick Long President of (RATS) Richmond Antique Tool Society Demonstrates how to quickly clean up a used hand plane at the Fredericksburg Area Woodworkers Guild Meeting.. Turn that old hand plane into a user plane….
It was a great evening for our woodworking guild. We had some very talented artisans compete in the: 1st Annual Box Making Competition…
Our Wood Working Guild “The Fredericksburg Area Woodworkers Guild” held it’s 1st Annual Clock Making Competition at Spencer Devon Brewery in Fredericksburg VA. It was a great event to be a part of. We have a group of very talented local Artisans in our Community.
What an incredible and inspirational video by Mark Morgan. Mr. Sentayehu Teshale is truly an inspiration not only to craftsman, but to what the human body and spirit is capable of when you allow your heart, and passion to overcome your disabilities.
Sentayehu Teshale is a true craftsman. Mulugeta Gebrekidan, one of the work shop students came up with the idea to film him at work. Sometimes you can see Sentayehu working in public around Addis Ababa.
“Sing a Simple Song” by The Budos Band