12 Feb. 2008|
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Last week I spent a few days in the Raleigh-Durham area with the Triangle Woodworkers Association. I’ve done a number of these over the last few years at various woodworking clubs throughout the region. If you’re in the Raleigh-Durham area they are definitely the club to check out if you want to learn more about woodworking in the company of some of the nicest woodworkers around.
Chuck is the senior editor of Popular Woodworking, and has 30+ years of experience as a high-end period furniture maker and woodworking teacher. Friday night the club gathered for its monthly meeting where I did a presentation on secret compartments (for more secrets, read my article from 2009) as well as talked about period furniture details. It’s the sharing of experiences, techniques, tips and tricks that has motivated me to shift from purely making furniture to participating in the greater woodworking community.
The people are what makes attending, presenting and getting involved in woodworking clubs, online forums and blogs (as well as events like Woodworking In America) such tremendous experiences.