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American Windsor chairmakers At M&E Gummel Chairworks we are revitalizing the history of American craftsmanship with our Windsor chairs and Colonial furniture. Early in the 18th century, master American Windsor chairmakers emerged all over New England. In their tradition, we strive to build the finest bench-made reproduction American Windsor chairs and Colonial Tavern tables for you and your future generations to enjoy.
Al Ladd Jewlry Boxes and Cutting Boards Handcrafted jewelry boxes and cutting boards featuring parquet panels, and complex inlay bandings.
Woodworking Plans from Furnitureplans.com Save on woodworking plans, download now-build today! Great original plans, 3D drawings, beds, tables, games, gazebos, outdoor furniture, mission, shaker styles & many more. Stop in and see us today.
Woodworking plans from Furniture plans .com Save on woodworking plans download now-build today! Great original plans, 3D drawings, beds, tables, games, gazebos, outdoor furniture projects, mission projects, shaker styles & many more. Stop in and see us today.
Eastman Publishing - Woodworking Rover CDs Eastman Publishing offers a series of Woodworking Rover CDs, which include Articles, Plans, Safety Information, Games and Tips/Techniques. Plus, included within each CD is an early 20th century woodworking related digitally reprinted book, complete with text and illustrations. With such titles about Timber Framing, Wood Carving, Cabinet Making and Furniture Design, Wood Finishing, Cyclopedia on Construction, plus more titles are in the works. Woodworking Rover CDs combine the present with the past with woodworking tools of yesterday and today. For updates and more about the Woodworking Rover series CDs, please visit http://eastmanpublishing.com/library/wrseries.htm
Association, Clubs and Societies
Woodworkers' Guild of Georgia The Woodworkers' Guild of Georgia was formed in 1980 by a group of approximately forty woodworkers.  Today our membership has grown to over 300, consisting of amateur and professional craftsmen.   If you love woodworking as we do please join us at our meetings or via this web site.  Please Surf" our pages and enjoy.  Thank You... "
Tools for Self Reliance UK charity helps artisans in Africa with refurbished second-hand tools.
The William Morris Home Page Carrying forward John Ruskin's ideals of the Arts and Crafts Movement, William Morris expounded the philosophy that if things were made by hand, using traditional means, the customer would get a better product and the craftsman who made the product would have a better job. He practiced what he preached and became one of the create designers of the 19th Century and a major saviour of crafts skills in England. Even the concept of amatures doing woodworking as a hobby is an idea that has it roots in the Arts and Crafts philosophy.
The Society for the Preservation and Study of American Wooden Planes This is the site of a new group that has gotten together to explore the wonders of the wooden plane. I'm a member and we help host their site, so you know I'm enthusiastic in my recommendation to check it out. You'll find users, collectors, historians, folks doing serious research on wooden planes of all kinds, and a lot of folks with whom which you can share the excitement of figuring out just what that new flea-market or auction find is all about.
Southwest Tool Collector's Association Southwest Tool Collector's Association website with details on membership, event calender, pictures of past events and a sample newsletter.

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