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Old 01-29-2009, 03:29 AM
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Thought you all would like to look at this, I came across it following a link on a project in the FWW Gallery

Traditional Woodworking Tools Internet Magazine - wkFineTools.com

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Old 01-29-2009, 04:26 AM
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Default Re: As if we don't have enough surfing opportunities

My wife found this link: WoodworkersóLivio DeMarchi

the wooden Ferrari F50 is interesting...
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Thought you all would like to look at this, I came across it following a link on a project in the FWW Gallery

Traditional Woodworking Tools Internet Magazine - wkFineTools.com

Jay
Jay,

Thank you for the link. If you noticed on the righthand side their is a little blue book titled "The Art of Joinery". I cannot recommend this book more highly. It is a book by Joseph Moxxon written in 1678 about woodworking and the tools needed. This edition has been annotated by Christopher Schwarz from Popular Woodworking. Chris is an amazing woodworker as well as an excellent writer. This book is only 93 pages but it is so interesting and all of the old language is explained by Chris as well as what entire chapters mean. In addition if you order the book from Chris; website the book will be autographed. I purchased two. One for me and one for Clyde. The history alone makes this worthwhile. Here is the link for Chris's site which is aptly named Lost Art Press. https://www.lostartpress.com/ Enjoy.

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