MWA405 - Joel Paul Interview
Joel Paul (aka, the "Punk Rock Shaker"or drops by on this episode of the MWA Podcast. This is a captivating discussion about green woodworking, David Fisher bowls, W
STL269: How we absorb woodworking information
Mike, Vic, and Ben discuss how they find information they need to learn a new technique and the impulse buys that they just can't walk away from. This episode is sponsored by the Society of American P
530 – Can Reviews Ever Be Trusted?
MWA404 - Amanda Russell's 5 Favorite Techniques
Amanda returns to share her 5 favorite Woodworking Techniques. There are some real gems on this episode. Including a couple of re-sawing techniques we're sure everyone will use. Check it out!
MWA403 - Amanda Russell Interview
We catch back up with Amanda Russell (aka, sawdustwoman) on this episode. It's a fascinating discussion about her journey as a professional woodworker, her latest and her "p
STL268: What flavor are your chisels?
Mike, Barry, and Ben discuss working with thin stock, combination milling machines, chisel handles, and Barry and Ben get a little too close to being fired on air. This episode is sponsored by Woodcra
MWA402 - Crew Show
On this episode we explore the Furniture Record Project that Mark is developing. This is an outstanding and innovative initiative for documenting your WWing projects. Check it out!
529 – Shannon Talks a Lot
Using dye on Walnut, card scraping a cutting board, and Making boards longer.
MWA401 - Megan Fitzpatrick Interview
The one & only Megan Fitzpatrick joins us on this episode. We delve into her new job as Editor for Lost Art Press (and its open ended job description), the classes she teaches, her home restoratio
STL267: The router queen
Larissa Huff wows Vic and Ben with her harrowing tales of freehand letter routing and many other woodworking feats. This episode is sponsored by Shaper and Pony/Jorgensen 0:00 - Intro 15:23 - Differen
MWA400 - Josh Pinkston answers the 5 Questions
On this 400th episode of the MWA Podcast, Josh Pinkston returns to answer the 5 Questions. We find out about his 4 favorite tools, and how cartoons ruined Roy Underhill. Check it out!
528 – The Final Shop
What we look for in an ideal shop space, diamond saw files, dealing with a wife that oversteps her bounds, and owning multiple sets of tools.
MWA399 - Josh Pinkston Interview
On this episode, Josh Pinkston joins us to discuss his passion for hand tool woodworking, Mackintosh side tables, and tulip carving. We also get learn a little bit about his day job as a Professor of
STL266: Pro day with Hiller and Farrington!
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MWA398 - Sean Wood answers the 5 Questions
Sean Wood of MorningWorks Studio returns to answer the 5 Questions. His 4 favorite tools and architectural influences are worth the listen alone. Check it out!
527 – Shaving Round Bottoms
Refining curves with a spokeshave, dining table design conundrum, and Random Orbital Sander Speeds
MWA372 - Sean Wood Interview
Sean Wood of MorningWorks Studio joins on this episode. It's a fascinating discussion with one of the premier contemporary seating designers and furniture makers. We delve into in his beginnings
STL265: CA glue is the new hide glue
This episode is sponsored by Triton Tools 0:00 - Intro 7:25 - Segment potpurri 12:40 - Shop flooring 20:17 - The carriage maker's plane 22:41 - Workbench height 34:08 - Milling lumber in advance 48:23
MWA396 - David Douyard Interview
David, a great friend of the podcast, joins us again to talk about all he's been up too. From his spectacular recovery from major surgery just a few months ago, to his new designs, and outstandin
526 – Missouricans
Getting old sucks, changes for Marc, skewed plane blades, and are cantilevered drum sanders worth it?
MWA395 - Evan Court answers the 5 Questions
Evan returns to answers the 5 Questions. Find out about his favorite plane, his attention to detail, and how he got his start in the craft. Check it out!
STL264: This doctor prescribes Japanese tools
Wilbur Pan wears many hats. It's just that sometimes those hats are a white coat, or a community organizing pin, or a shop apron. A full-on M.D., Ph.D, Wilbur's spent over 20 years in oncology, includ
MWA394 - Evan Court Interview
The outstanding designer and professional woodworker Evan Court joins us on this episode. We talk about his background at NBSS, his fabulous projects, his recent move to Dallas, and his love of PBR. I
525 – Not Sponsored by the Russian Mafia
Russian Birch plywood, putting a project on pause, and what’s the difference between quilting and curl?
MWA393 - Josh Nava answers the 5 Questions
Josh Nava returns to answer the 5 Questions. From Roy Underhill to an obsession with calipers, this episode further explores Josh's foundation in the craft. Check it out!
STL263: The new FWW Shop
Thanks to our shop launch partner Grizzly Industrial for sponsoring this episode. This episode was also sponsored by Pony/Jorgensen For more information on our newest online course:
524 – Q&A Bonus Show
Just because we love you all so much it's time for a rapid fire question and answer edition of WoodTalk.
MWA392 - Josh Nava Interview
Josh Nava joins this week to discuss the 1001 things he is up to. This is a great conversation with a true learner and educator in the craft. We touch on his recovery, but more importantly delve into
523 – Unanimous Poo Pooing
Unsolicited advice, plywood vs solid wood, and milling boards in real time, and sanding to high grits.
MWA391 - Brian Obst answers the 5 Questions
Brian Obst returns to answer the 5 Questions. From his tool chest to a certain gracious chairmaker, Brian's ongoing woodworking journey is fascinating. Check it out!
STL262: The old tool trinity
Sponsored by the Northwest Woodworking Studio's Online Mastery Program: Bill Pavlak's blog: 0:00 - Intro 1:18 - Random
MWA390 - Brian Obst Interview
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