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with Paul Sellers
Learn Woodworking Online
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Building On History
A research project investigating the history of the antiques trade in Britain in the 20th century
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Byte Sized bits of History
The Craftsman of Flaim Design Co
Von einer spannenden Reise
In which 1snugthejoiner writes about woodworking, publishing, house renovations, cats and Shakespeare (don't worry – that last one is rare).
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An author's life, books, and historical research
BY GRACE THROUGH FAITH
Hand-tool Woodworking for the Urban Apartment-dweller
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hand made chairs, boxes, and other furniture
Looking like Captain America since 2014
Below Average Thoughts from a Below Average Person
18th Century Woodworking
Seventeenth- and eighteenth-century English and Irish furniture &c.
This is a journal of the art of woodworking by hand
Making what I need with my hands.
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(mostly) unplugged woodworking
Capturing Furniture in the Wild
seventeenth-century joined furniture; green wood, hand tools