Publications

Recent Publications:

December 2016 (February 2017 Issue)
Tage Frid Inspired Workbench (Cover Story)

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Popular Woodworking February 2017 Cover

 

June 5, 2014
Fix.com
Getting the Most from Your Combination Square

Getting the Most from your Combination Square
Getting The Most From Your Combination Square

March 10, 2014
Fine Homebuilding.com
There’s a Better Way (Video) with Chuck Miller
Hold Your Sharpening Stone Steady on the Job Site
(Based on a tip I submitted to FHB)

Fine Homebuilding Logo
Fine Homebuilding Logo

 

July 29, 2013
Fine Homebuilding.com
Video Series: Reproducing Traditional Molding
Series of ~8 Videos to Accompany the Article

Fine Homebuilding Logo
Fine Homebuilding Logo

July 19, 2013
Historic Boston Blog
Reproducing Historic Moldings for the Alvah Kittredge House Using Traditional Tools

Using traditional molding planes to replicate the profile. (Photo courtesy of the Taunton Press)
Using traditional molding planes to replicate the profile. (Photo courtesy of the Taunton Press)

August /  September 2013 Issue
Fine Homebuilding Magazine+ Finehomebuilding.com
Reproducing Traditional Moldings

Making traditional molding by hand and machine. (Photo Courtesy of The Taunton Press)
Making traditional molding by hand and machine. (Photo Courtesy of The Taunton Press)

July 1, 2013
Popular Woodworking Magazine e-Newsletter + Woodworking Daily Blog
How many woodworking hand tools do I really need? The Sloyd Tool List

Fully Stocked Sloyd Tool Cabinet
Fully Stocked Sloyd Tool Cabinet

June 5, 2013
Popular Woodworking Magazine e-Newsletter
“Secrets of Sloyd” — Post about Sloyd and the Traditional Sloyd Tool Cabinet

Sloyd Tool Cabinet Advertisement from the late 19th/early 20th century
Sloyd Tool Cabinet Advertisement from the late 19th/early 20th century

July 2013 Issue
Fine Homebuilding Magazine + FineHomebuilding.com
Self-Anchoring Sharpening-StoneStation

Self Anchoring Sharpening Stone Holder
Self Anchoring Sharpening Stone Holder

Wednesday January 19, 2011
Historic Boston Blog:
Methods of Work: Building Historic Window Sash

65 Pleasant Street, Dorchester MA
65 Pleasant Street, Dorchester MA

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