Author Archives: Autumn Doucet

From twisted to flat and square

Don’t toss that twisted piece of hardwood into the fireplace! During March’s meeting this Wednesday the 21st, Steve Voorhies will demonstrate and explain how to turn it into a flat, square, and evenly thicknessed board.  The meeting starts at 7PM in … Continue reading

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February 2018 Meeting

Don’t miss your opportunity tomorrow night to leave the meeting with a beautiful piece of 6′ goncalo alves! We’re having a door prize – yep, just walking in the door will afford you a chance to take home this 6′ … Continue reading

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Inlay accoutrements

At January’s meeting, we discussed and looked at examples of inlay material that included mother of pearl, abalone, brass, reconstituted stone, and some of the equipment choices available.  Because we managed only a little time working on the prepared inlay purchased … Continue reading

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Starting out a new year

With all the uncertainty a new year brings, as woodworkers we can all be certain of one thing: images like these make us do a double-take, maybe even drool a bit. … so if you’re wiping the spittle off your … Continue reading

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What’s new

Check out the new “Library” and “For Sale or Trade” tabs in the menu. Here’s why: Over the summer, new guild member Barb Siddiqui donated a treasure trove of mostly hardback woodworking books to us. In other words, we have … Continue reading

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June 21, 2017

If you missed the June meeting, you missed a lot: a drive into the mountains and seeing more walnut slabs than you’ll see in a lifetime. Guild member Steve Noyes has the vision to look at a tree and know what … Continue reading

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May 17, 2017

In May, we gathered at the shop of Chris Church of Wenatchee. On the agenda was how to cut mortise and tenons, both by hand and with power tools. Autumn Doucet led the demonstrations by showing how to chop a … Continue reading

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