Hello, everyone and welcome to this - the 70th edition of the Modern Woodworkers Association online discussion about all things woodworking. Today’s special guest is Carley Eisenberg. Before we get to her, 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?
- Oak flooring countertop
- The Kids Turned at the woodworking shows
- Dave’s Trophy
- can sleep
Blog post that piqued our interest
- 2/20/15 - Shannon shows how to make a wonderful clock as part of Get Woodworking Week 2015
- 2/17/15 - Todd shows his video about how to get started and learn to master woodworking. He shows how all it takes is practice.
- 2/9/15 - Todd talks about how he relates to a new show on Vimeo about Makers.
- 2/5/15 - Shannon dreams of what he’d do in a bigger shop and invites a great discussion
- 1/30/15 - Dave reflects on the wonderful memories he’s made while building his curved front desk
Goings on in the MWA
- Dan has a blog (& it’s about time)
- Carley Eisenberg
- Ellen’s Design Challenge
- You went to college for design, first interior then furniture. Was your current passion for furniture design a growth of a general design interest or did you like furniture first?
- A network show?
- Not a doctor
- Carley’s Puzzle Box
- Last question
Next broadcast’s topic
- Voicemail (email)
- James Coleman
- I would like to know . . . the difference between polyurethane and lacquer. I kinda know poly takes a Good day to dry between coats and I have been told lacquer takes about thirty minutes. I’ve never tried lacquer before. Is there a benefit I should know about? In cabinet doors and cabinet boxes should I have been using lacquer all these years?
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