• From Sandi Rubie on Carving a Newport Ball & Claw Foot - Episode 5

    Great series and certainly kept my attention. Thank you for the details for measuring along with your helpful tips. Thanks Mary

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    2021/11/29 at 11:52 pm
  • From WALT CZAJKA on Sharpening a Curved Gouge - Beginner Lesson #4

    HI MARY !!! I'M A 75 YEAR OLD RETIRED REMODELING CARPENTER CONTRACTOR. I LIKE YOUR "EASY GOING" STYLE OF TEACHING !!! I THINK IT RELAXES THE AVERAGE STUDENT TO A POINT WHERE THEY ARE NOT AFRAID TO TRY SOMETHING NEW. JUST FROM EXPERIENCE ALONE , I CAN QUITE OBVIOUSLY SEE THAT YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING // DON'T CHANGE A THING !!! I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO COMPLETING YOUR FREE "BEGINNERS LESSONS // VERY GENEROUS OF YOU --- "THANK YOU" !!!!!!! YOU HAVE THE BEST "SHARPENING TECHNIQUE" I'VE COME ACCROSS YET. MOST FOLKS (INCLUDING EXPERIENCED CARPENTERS) DRASTICALLY UNDER ESTIMATE THE VALUE OF A PROPERLY SHARPENED TOOL !!! KEEP UP THE GREAT TEACHING STYLE ---"WALT IN VERMONT". 11/29/2021.

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    2021/11/29 at 3:03 pm
  • From Howard Steier on Carving a Newport Ball & Claw Foot - Episode 5

    You mentioned "sandpaper that didn't leave grit". I'm not familiar with such a product. Were you using abrasive pads? I would be interested in knowing exactly what you were using, product brand, grit etc.

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    2021/11/29 at 9:33 am
  • From Sabine Willig on Carving a Nativity Scene

    Thanks for this easy and lovely beginner tutorial. I tried the show wax version as I found the tip rather funny actually and the result is great! I used a burgundy shaded wax as it was all I had on hands really. Looks very nice.

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    2021/11/29 at 4:19 am
  • From imran sajan on Carving the Byzantine Style on a Bellows - Episode 3

    Very nice Mary. Approximately what angle are the walls at? Thanks

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    2021/11/28 at 7:33 am
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