We wrapped up the show in Baltimore this past weekend. Along with Chuck and me at the show were, 360 Woodworking authors, Ron Herman and . In fact, Ron has decided to participate in each of the Woodworking Shows for 2016. And you’ll be able to talk with Sam at many of the stops along the circuit.
Attending one of The Woodworking Shows is a great way to talk with all of us, and many additional talented woodworkers and instructors. While at the shows in 2016, Chuck and I are discussing the steps needed (joinery and more) to build and finish a hanging wall cupboard. We have the show sessions listed on our website if you’re interested.
In short, we talk about how the case is joined (including what options are available), we discuss face frame options, how to build a door, setup and make moldings for our cupboard (including cove molding off the table saw) and we cut and bead backboards – all in nine sessions at the shows, spread over three days.
All of the above, and a huge amount more, is free to any regular admission, which is around $10 bucks at the door. Indianapolis is next, then it’s Springfield, Mass. and Columbus, Ohio. Make it a point to go. It’s woodworking money well spent.
Plus, if you join 360 woodworking at the Fanatic level, you’ll save on your membership and get a free T-shirt. What!!!