Woodworking Guild Kansas City,Bloodwood Plugs,Studio Furniture Layout - Test Out

11.12.2014 admin
I have visited a lot of woodworking clubs in North America since 1996, and I thought I had seen it all until I stepped into the Kansas City Woodworkers Guild’s enormous facility today.
Perched on top of a cave (Kansas City is full of caves), the club has more than 10,000 square feet of space for demonstrations, plus a bench room and a machine room (not to mention storage galore).
I’m in Kansas City this weekend to teach a two-day class in making a Dutch Tool Chest with 11 or 12 members.


Chris is a contributing editor to Popular Woodworking Magazine and the publisher at Lost Art Press.
I thank John Johnson, President of the Guild, and Cliff Bell, Membership Chairman, for their hospitality during my visit. As a visitor, the first thing you notice is the huge expanse of room the Guild and the Club share: 7,000 square feet of shop, with equipment provided by both groups for use by their members.


Please note the June program (the meeting is Wednesday, June 17, at 7 PM): Build a Holtzapffel 1875 Workbench, by Kevin Thomas, Guild Vice President.



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