The Modern Woodworkers Association is a place for the online woodworking community to reinforce our online connections and create personal ones in local gatherings in many regions across the country.It is a place for woodworkers of all skill levels from professional to hobbyist to be able to share knowledge and learn form one another. The name Modern Woodworkers Association does not come from the fact that we are powertool users or for that matter handtool users but instead that we have all found a new tool, the online community and the power of information.
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!
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 from hot rod upholstery, to the business world, to his current "tranquil" life as a professional furniture maker. There's also some interesting tidbits for any Hot Wheels enthusiasts out there. Check it out!
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 outstanding drawknife and scorp sheths, there is a lot to be thankful for. Check it out!
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!
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. It's a great discussion with a great woodworker. Check it out!
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!
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 the perspective and insight he brings to his work and life. Check it out!
Brian Obst returns to answer the 5 Questions. From his grandfather's tool chest to a certain gracious chairmaker, Brian's ongoing woodworking journey is fascinating. Check it out!
Brian Obst joins us to talk about the ballet of woodworking. From prop master, chairmaker to boat builder; he has many outstanding accomplishments. Not too bad for a consulting Anesthesiologist by day. Check it out!
Brandy Clements and Dave Klingler of Silver River Center for Chair Caning return to answer the 5 Questions. Find out how they both got starting in the craft, how a door prise tuned into a game changing tool, and all the wonderful chair nerds that have influenced them. Check it out!
Brandy and Dave of Silver River Center for Chair Caning join us to talk about caning and weaving chairs. It's a fansticing discussion with a couple of true chair nerds about the "not so" lost art of caning and waving - thanks in large part to their school, museum, restorations, etc. Check it out!
Rex Hansen returns to share with us 5 woodworking nuggets he has learned during his first semester at North Bennet Street School. Check it out!
Rex Hansen joins us to talk about his first semester at the North Bennet Street School. This is great in-depth look at NBSS from a student's perspective. Check it out!
Aspen Golann joins us again to talk about the 5 Ways you can make it in woodworking. This is a fascinating discussion on the strategies Aspen uses to further her career as an artist and woodworker. Check it out!
Aspen Golann joins us to talk about all the incredible projects she is working on. From the Chairmaker's Toolbox project, to classes, residencinces, and those fabulous brushes. There's much to learn from an outstanding artist, humanitarian and woodworker. Check it out!
Nick joins us again to answers the 5 Questions. Find out why a digital caliper is his best friend, and the Wood Whisperers' influences on his work. Check it out!
Nick Carruthers, The Grain Doctor joins us to talk about his epic shop move. He's a MD by day and an old iron aficionado by night...and weekends. Find out why Harbor Freight is your new best friend. Check it out!
Emmet joins us again to answer the 5 Questions. We cover everything from how a girlfriend introduced him to spoon carving, to the value of effort and ego. Check it out!
Master spoon carver Emmet Van Driesche joins us on this episode to talk about Christmas Tree farming, wood sculptures, book and magazine publishing, podcasting, and of course, spoon carving. This is a fascinating discussion with a truly talented individual. Check it out!
On this episode, Mike Powers (@turningsawdustintogroceries on IG) joins us to talk his recent shop fire. This episode has a number of takeaways that can make all of our shops a safer place. But it's not all doom and gloom, Mike also give us some great pointers on proper fire fighting attire. Check it out!
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Hosted by Laura Beil (Dr. Death, Bad Batch), Sympathy Pains is a six-part series from Neon Hum Media and iHeartRadio. For 20 years, Sarah Delashmit told people around her that she had cancer, muscular dystrophy, and other illnesses. She used a wheelchair and posted selfies from a hospital bed. She told friends and coworkers she was trapped in abusive relationships, or that she was the mother of children who had died. It was all a con. Sympathy was both her great need and her powerful weapon. But unlike most scams, she didn’t want people’s money. She was after something far more valuable.