Thursday, October 3, 2013

MWA Podcast Episode 40 - Roy Underhill

Show Notes:

The 40th edition of the Modern Woodworkers Association online discussion about all things woodworking. Today’s special guest is Roy Underhill. Before we get to him, let me introduce our usual panel. I'm Tom Iovino of Tom's Workbench dot com, and I'll be your host for this program.

What’s in the shop?
  • Chris
    • Axes
  • Dyami
    • Quilt Rack - 24/7 (rotary tool, rasp, rotex, repeat)
  • Tom
    • Urns

Blog post that piqued our interest

Goings on in the MWA

Next broadcast’s topic
  • Day before WIA

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  1. Hi Fellas,
    I just got done listening to this podcast while I was out in the shop.
    I must say, having Saint Roy on is quite an achievement !
    Loved the part of alcohol fueled tools.
    And Tom, I can feel your pain. I sent something by "Big brown" to my Godmother up in Chicago, and I almost had a stroke when they gave me the rate !

    I can't afford to go WIA this year, so I'm counting on you guys to fill all us non-convention goers in.

    Thanks for everything you do and keep up the good work.
    central Florida

    1. Eric,
      Sorry you won't be able to join us at WIA. We'll certainly fill everyone in as much as we can.