Popular Woodworking in America 2016 Photos




woodworking in america 2016
I had an
wonderful time at Widespread Woodworking in America, and hope
everybody else who was there did, too! It was such enjoyable to
meet up with woodworking buddies new and previous – significantly
these I “knew” solely via Instagram, Twitter and the like
(good to lastly meet in individual!). And although I didn’t have
time to take a seat in for any full class periods, I managed to at
least poke my head in for a couple of minutes of all of them…and as
all the time lament that I couldn’t keep for the entire thing. I did
handle to search out time to spend extra money than I meant in
although…as all the time. However I don’t remorse it!

I’m virtually caught up on my sleep (and liver detox), and our
workers photographer, Al Parrish, is sort of caught up on
processing the lots of of photographs he shot over the three days
– I’ve included a bunch of them in a gallery beneath. Plus,
we’ll have some movies to share within the weeks to return, so hold
a watch on our YouTube channel and the weblog for these. (And if
you’ve movies and/or photographs posted, please share the URL(s)
within the feedback!).

Many due to the 2016 convention sponsors: Knew Concepts – whom you
need to thank for the Friday-evening beer and bottle
koozie/cosy/koosie (AP doesn’t have a most popular spelling that
I can discover!); Saburrtooth – who offered
the carry luggage; and Titebond – for his or her
glue samples. And to the numerous further market distributors:
Black Bear
Forge
; Blue
Spruce Toolworks
; Caleb James
Planemaker/Chairmaker
; Camp Robber; Lost Art Press & Crucible; Custom Branding Irons;
Daed Toolworks;
Digital Wood
Carver
;
Drillnado
; Epilog
Laser
; EZ
Inlays;
  Fine Tool Journal;
Hock Tools; Horizon Wood; Jim Bode Tools; Juan Vergara Infill Handplanes;
Lake Erie
Toolworks
; Lee
Valley/Veritas
; Lie-Nielsen Toolworks;
Little Miami
Handworks
; Mortise & Tenon
Magazine
; MM Wood
Studio
; Plane
Perfect
; Plate 11
Workbench
; Rare Woods US;
Red Rose
Reproductions
; Society of
American Furniture Makers
; Sauer & Steiner
Toolworks
; SawStop;
Seneca
Woodworking
; Stockroom Supply;
Texas Heritage
Woodworks
; Tarter Woodworking;
The Superior Works;
Vesper Tools;
Vogt Toolworks;
Walke Moore Tools;
Wooden-n-Works; Woodpeckers;
and ShopWoodworking.com.

Thanks additionally to our super audio system: Roy Underhill;
Mary
May
; George
Walker
; Christopher Schwarz;
Joe
Zeh
; Nancy
Hiller
; Zachary
Dillinger
; Shannon Rogers;
Matthew Cremona;
Freddy
Roman
; Raney
Nelson
; Konrad Sauer;
Alf Sharp; James Hamilton; Yoav Liberman; Caleb James; Wilbur Pan; and Marc Adams.

And naturally, a most large due to the 400+ woodworkers
who attended the convention.

— Megan
Fitzpatrick



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Megan Fitzpatrick

About Megan Fitzpatrick

Megan is the editor and content material director of Widespread
Woodworking Journal. She prefers utilizing hand instruments as a result of
they not often make loud noises. Until they fall off the bench.

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