Maloof-Style Rocker Seminar
Charles Brock forwarded us a note from Lee Fox, a proud student of his from Texas who built a Maloof-style
rocker after taking the
first class that Charles taught at Highland last year.
Here's what it said:
Highland's Upcoming Woodworking Class Schedule in Atlanta
Many classes fill up quickly, so please register now to make sure we hold a spot for you.
February 14, 2009
Hollow Vessel Turning
February 15, 2009
February 25, 2009
Gilding and Gold Leafing
February 28, 2009
Build a Durable Picture Frame
February 27, 2009
Follows Function: Exploring the Maloof Rocking Chair with Charles Brock
Feb. 28-March 1, 2009
Building a Maloof-Inspired Rocker with Charles Brock
March 7, 2009
to Use the Skew
March 7-8, 2009
Cabinet Building Workshop
March 8, 2009
a Pepper Grinder
March 14, 2009
March 14, 2009
to Chip Carving
March 14-15, 2009
Turning Lamps & Candlesticks
March 18-22, 2009
in Your Space
March 25, 2009
March 28-29, 2009
March 28-29, 2009
From a Bowl to a Platter
April 18, 2009
Basic Bowl Turning
April 19, 2009
Basic Bowl Turning
April 18-19, 2009
April 22, 2009
Intro to Sharpening
April 25-26, 2009
Beginning Turning Workshop
April 28, 2009
April 29, 2009
September 20-26, 2009
Build a Continuous Arm Rocker with Curtis
October 24, 2009
Hand Joinery for Fine Furniture Making with Frank Klausz
October 25, 2009
Hands-On Joinery w/ Frank Klausz
Classes Suitable for
invite you to attend one of our free educational woodworking
demonstrations which take place every Saturday morning at 10 AM here in
our Atlanta retail store.
If you are interested in teaching one of our Saturday
morning demonstrations, please send an email to Alexandra.
(We compensate Saturday Morning instructors with a $50 store Gift
Visit Our Store
you live near Atlanta, or are just
passing through, we invite you to visit and leisurely browse our amazing retail store. The thousands of
woodworking tools on display here await your personal examination.
1045 N. Highland Ave NE
Feedback About Dilo's Unusually Small Workshop
Our illustrated article by Dilo Marcio Fernandino in the January issue of Wood News generated far more reader response than any other article we've ever published.
Woodworkers from around the world identified with Dilo's small shop dilemma and lauded his craftsmanship. Even some woodworking forums picked up on
Dilo's incredible story.
Genesis of a Cabinet
By Dilo Marcio Fernandino
Belo Horizonte, MG, Brazil
A photo of a Rio-rosewood carved cabinet appeared with my article in the January 2009 issue of Wood News. That cabinet is intended to serve as the upper cabinet of a two-bodied
cabinet (like the American highboy). Guided by my own interpretation of traditional Dom Jose I style principles, I am working towards completion of
this assembly relying exclusively on hand tools and my usual carving methods (which replace the more popular mechanized woodworking operations).
Presently I am facing the sweet challenge of conceiving and building
the corresponding lower cabinet in which I am sure to encounter some new and difficult technical issues.
Next Month in
A Brazilian Woodworker's Exquisite Wooden Globe
Has Brazil become a mecca for fine woodworking? Apparently so, for
Dilo's friend, Marco Aurelio R. Guimarães, has sent us an article
describing his amazing intricate construction of a 1:40,000,000 scale
wooden model of our Planet Earth. Watch for it in next month's Wood News
Q & A
I purchased one of your magnetic dial indicators but there
were no directions included. It looks complicated. How am I supposed to use this thing?
us with your woodworking questions. If yours is selected for publication,
we'll send you a free Highland Woodworking hat.
Going Pro as a Woodworker
Part 5 of a Series:
Finding Good Suppliers
By Douglas Bittinger
Smoky Mountain Woodworks
As a hobbyist woodworker, going to the local woodworking supply store and buying a board or two
and some supplies at retail as you need them is convenient, fairly affordable and sensible. But as you move into production work, you'll need to find
suppliers that can get you what you need in larger quantities and at better prices.
Thoughts on Finding Suppliers:
Why Not Write
Your Own Article
for Wood News?
We actively solicit contributions
of editorial material (articles, photos and videos) from our customers and readership, and for every one we
accept and publish in Wood News Online, we will compensate the contributor. We typically pay up to
$100 (in the form of a store gift certificate) for a thousand-word article with photos. The amount of the gift
certificate may be prorated for shorter articles. Articles submitted may be edited by us at our discretion,
and compensation may vary depending on the published length.
The Wood Slicer:
Resawing is all about making thick boards thinner without planing off all the excess thickness (thus unnecessarily wasting your
valuable lumber). More than any other tool we know of, our exclusive Wood Slicer resawing blade makes resawing a pleasure.
Don't believe us? We invite you to order a
to fit your own bandsaw. After using it, if you're not raving
how well it performs, just return it to us within 60 days and we'll refund all your money, including domestic Priority Mail postage costs.
Great Price on our
Very Best German Woodworking
Our large Hoffman & Hammer
traditional workbench is currently on sale at $200 off. Roy Underhill just purchased 12 of these workbenches from us to outfit his new woodworking
school in North Carolina.
with Alan Noel
With all the products available to clean
and polish furniture
that are available out there, it's easy to be overwhelmed when it comes to deciding what to use on your prized woodworking projects, as well as on
antiques handed down by your family.
Here's what works for me:
Featured Highland Staff Member
Sidney came on board Highland Woodworking 24 years ago. His
woodworking specialties have included picture framing and finishing;
the latter has steered him into studying faux finishing techniques,
which he puts to good use helping customers. He is locally famed for an
unusual sense of humor and unfailing willingness to lend a helping hand
whenever and wherever needed.
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