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You will find Part 4 of The Bloggers series here.
I include the following reminders for the benefit of members who recently joined Google+:
Be sure to visit the Woodworker List, at http://www.group.as/woodworker/, to see who are the woodworkers in Google+ as of today. *If you are a woodworker, and you wish to have your name on the list, enter your Google+ ID in the space above the list, so I can approve your name and others will also add you to their Circles.
Reminder: I am going through my Woodworking Circle alphabetically. If I missed anyone, I apologize ahead of time. It will take several Parts to complete the list of Bloggers – as of today I am at the letter “L”.
If I don’t have you in my Woodworker Circle, I will likely miss you if you are a blogger. PLEASE, let me know. Also, it is most helpful if you have links to your blog(s) in your Profile on Google+.
Now to the bloggers featured today: Last time I arrived at the letter “L”
+Sheila Landry – Sheila is the author behind the blog Sheila Landry Designs – My Journey as a Scroll Saw Pattern Designer” at http://www.sheilalandrydesigns.com/scroll-saw-blog
+Tim Lawson – Tim is a furniture maker; he also runs the Port Townsend School of Woodworking in Port Townsend, WA. From the blog at http://ptwoodschool.blogspot.com/: “We teach woodworking, furniture making, cabinet making, and traditional woodcrafts; we also offer courses on turning, finishing, carving.” How cool is that? You will find on the blog articles and lots of video about course, and the instructors who taught them. In addition, the web site for the school is a must-read if you are considering attending woodworking classes; you will find the web site athttp://www.ptwoodschool.com/Home.html.
+Mike Lehikoinen – Mike lives in Pickering, Ontario, Canada, and is the Owner of Antero’s Urban Wood Designs, “…offering custom furniture designs, home and personal accents with wood being the focus of each design.” Check out Mike’s beautiful turned pens and other items on his blog athttp://www.anterosurbanwooddesigns.com/blog. His Etsy shop is athttp://www.etsy.com/shop/Anterosurbanwood?ref=pr_s
+Ben Lowery – Ben lives in Saratoga Springs, NY, and blogs at http://blowery.org/. His articles about the build of the Thickolson workbench are terrific, as he had to make decisions we all face, sooner or later, when using thick lumber. Thanks for the wonderful insight into the way YOU approach the craft, Ben!
+Scott Meek – Scott and his family moved to Ashville, South Carolina, earlier this year. You will his blog, Scott Meek Woodworks, at http://www.scottmeekwoodworks.com/. In March 2011 Scott launched a new program he calls The Sketchbook, at http://www.scottmeekwoodworks.com/the-sketchbook – through this program “…Subscribers have the privilege of seeing new pieces I create before anyone else, which means they also have the first chance to purchase the one they fall in love with!…” I love the wonderful hand planes you make, Scott – the wood you use is fantastic, and the design outstanding.
I will continue the series on The Bloggers in a few days. Thanks for reading! My thanks to the bloggers who share their craft with us!
Previous posts about woodworkers on Google+:
— Al Navas