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Old 02-08-2013, 04:42 PM   #1
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I just got Carol Rothman's (handibunny) book on Wooden Boxes from the scroll saw. If anyone is interested in getting started in making boxes this is a great place to start. Very well done Carol, excellent details with the proper pictures to follow along too, can't really go wrong. I have many woodworking books and this is as good as far as attention to detail. The projects that are included all look like they will be fun to do and any of them would sell at any craft fair.
Again, great job with this book Carol, keep up the good work. Of course you went through the BEST publisher to complete this book for you.
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Where is Carole? Still getting the new shop fixed up?
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It's curved when I want straight, and straight when I want curved.

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Old 02-09-2013, 07:41 AM   #3
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Thanks, Woodsman, for your enthusiastic endorsement. In writing the book, I really tried to include projects that ranged from quick and easy to more complex, so my friends would have a lot to choose from.

Steve, I've been around, posting here and there. The shop is ready to go, but the new drum sander and dust collector just arrived, so they have to be assembled. After I go shovel the snow!

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Carol, be sure to start a new topic with pictures of the new tools setup in the new shop. I have been drooling over that sander since you posted that link. I have the original Performax and the one you just purchased looks like a beefed up version of it. I get a ton of use out of it, one of my favorite tools in the shop.
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