After months of buildup, Handworks has come and gone. Logan and Phil share their memories ... and more importantly, their tool finds and inspirations.
Logan also talks about the chair he's been working on for Popular Woodworking. John punches out a little early due to battery troubles.
Logan's Handworks find: a scraper shave
Phil got a cross peen hammer ($20 bargain bin) and a palm gouge, by Jason Lonon.
Logan has been working on a chairmaking project for Popular Woodworking. The chair is modeled after Curtis Buchanan's democratic chair — a chair design for a wide variety of folk to make.
One tool he enjoyed using was a travisher.
At Handworks, chairmaker Peter Galbert debuted his new travisher design.
There's a reason we call this the ShopNotes podcast. ShopNotes magazine played an outsized role in my development as a woodworker — then I got to write for the magazine. Now it's back as a digital magazine. You get four issues a year for a pretty great price.