Handworks 2013

So I made it back from Amana, IA last night.  I got through the trip mostly unscathed although my tool fund is now officially empty.  I know a lot of folks wanted to go and couldn’t for many reasons.  So I thought I’d share my photos to give you an idea of what went on.  

Below are a couple of photo galleries of the town, the event and, of course, peeks of the Studley tool box presentation with short captions. That’s me just off Narayan Nayar’s right shoulder.

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Update: Roubo, Studley & Handworks

Some shots from the town

The crowd and some of the tools (Sneak peek at new Veritas Tools included)

Links to some of the tool makers I mentioned above:

Tico Vogt

Scott Meeks

Lee Valley

Mike Siemsen’s School of Woodworking

The Presentation (warning: there are naked chest pictures)

All photos taken by Chris Schwarz, Don Williams and Narayan Nayar.

More information here:

Update: Roubo, Studley & Handworks

My favorite story from the presentation was given in response to the question, “would you build a tool chest like this?”  Response:  We took all the tools out the chest and figured it’s take 1/2 an hour to get them back in.  Four hours later, we were done.

I really enjoyed this event and hopefully there will be a repeat.  If so, I’m guessing they’ll have to find a bigger place.  And, hopefully, everyone who really wanted to be there .. can come.

Me at the Lost Art Press Table

A Youtube on the chest

Other Links:

Benchcraft – http://benchcrafted.blogspot.com/2013/02/handworks-and-amana-experience.html

Lie Nielsen – https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151440378143016.1073741846.100708343015&type=1

Tool for Woodworking – http://www.toolsforworkingwood.com/store/blog/537/title/Handworks%202013%20Followup,%20My%20New%20Backpack,%20and%20One%20Person%20Can%20Make%20a%20Big%20Difference

http://etherfarm.com/standing-room-only/

http://furnituremaking.com/wordpress/?p=350

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16 Responses to Handworks 2013

  1. Dyami says:

    Looks like you had a blast. I wish I could have made it. Alas, this year I can only make half of the big conferences. Hopefully they will have another That more can attend.

  2. joemcglynn says:

    Looks like it was a great time Marilyn!

  3. Mike Lingenfelter says:

    Very cool! I hope they have it again, so I can make it this time! I can’t make it to WIA either this year :(, So I’m feeling bummed I’m missing all of the fun this year!

    Mike

  4. nick says:

    looks like a great time!
    What were the new Veritas tools?!!

  5. tombuhlBuhl says:

    Marilyn, thanks for sharing. Looks like an awesome event. Sorry you won’t be at WIA this year, but we’ll always have WIA Pasadena 2012.

  6. Marlon says:

    Hi Marilyn,
    I remember seeing you there. I just didn’t realize it was you. I would have told you I enjoy your blog. Well I guess I just did. 🙂

    Marlon from West Monroe, LA

    • Marilyn says:

      Dang! I’m sorry I missed you. I thought I was the only one that journeyed from West Coast.

      Thanks so much for the compliments. I actually had a terrible cold and was running back to the room to recuperate. So I didn’t get a chance to socialize like I had hoped.

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