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Christopher Schwarz is the editor of Popular Woodworking and Woodworking Magazine and is a long-time amateur furniture-maker and hand-tool enthusiast. He began working with wood at age 8 when his family members built their first home on their farm outside Hackett, Ark., using hand tools because there was no electricity. After studying journalism at Northwestern University and The Ohio State University, Chris became a newspaper reporter but studied furniture-making at night at the University of Kentucky and joined the staff of Popular Woodworking in 1996. In addition to his duties at Popular Woodworking, Chris writes about hand tools for The Fine Tool Journal and has four DVDs on traditional hand tool use produced and sold by Lie-Nielsen Toolworks. He teaches handwork at the Marc Adams School of Woodworking and Kelly Mehler's School of Woodworking.
Great book. Photos are very good. Excellent writing with great humor.Published 1 month ago by John L. Mckee
This book is well written and it thoroughly explains and reviews some key features of different workbenches, as well as different workbenches on a whole. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Marius
Wonderful book, full of practical advice and wisdom and a bit wit also.Published 2 months ago by Nat Bongiovanni
Way too much time spent on history and selling the design he thinks is best. It was good to read but the only thing I didn't know was presented early on and the rest was time I... Read morePublished 2 months ago by D.S.
To the point. Nice to get a balanced and comparative discussion of typical bench designs and why the have evolved differently.Published 2 months ago by Ørjan Nyheim
Very cool book with wonderful insight on the history and construction of workbenches.Published 4 months ago by Adam D.