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In the Shop: Catchin’ Up on Stools

Every once in a while we like to check in on the WWGOA editors to see what they’re up to in the shop. Here’s your chance to get to know the faces and personalities behind WWGOA and take a peek into their own worlds. I teach a lot of woodworking classes at the Nature Center… Read more »

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In the Shop: It’s All Greek to Me

Every once in a while we like to check in on the WWGOA editors to see what they’re up to in the shop. Here’s your chance to get to know the faces and personalities behind WWGOA and take a peek into their own worlds. Now that Christmas has come and gone I can reveal what… Read more »

Guitars For Vets 2015

Build a Vet a Guitar 2015

If you’re looking for a fun way to spend September 12-13, 2015, consider spending some time at Vondriska Woodworks in Hammond, WI. Volunteers will spend two days assembling ten acoustic guitar kits, with completed guitars being donated to Guitars For Vets. Check out this website for more information about the 2015 Build. What skill level… Read more »

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Why is Woodworking Good for You?

Woodworking can mean something different to everyone. For some it’s an opportunity to stretch the creative muscles. For others it’s a source of stress relief. For many of us, it’s a connection to our past or families. We wanted to know, what makes woodworking meaningful for you? How has it impacted your life? We posed… Read more »

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Ask the Editor February 2014

Readers like you submit questions to us every day. Here, our woodworking expert George Vondriska answers your questions and offer helpful solutions to your woodworking problems. Woodworking Question: “Wondering if you know of a way to break apart joints glued with Gorilla glue. Whoever tried to repair this antique dresser drawer let the glue squeeze… Read more »

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Ask the Editor November 2013

Readers like you submit questions to us every day. Here, our woodworking expert George Vondriska answers your questions and offers helpful solutions to your woodworking problems. George, you made a pair of Kitchen Tongs, where do you purchase maple or cherry wood 1 1/8″ thick? -Terry George: In my area, Wisconsin, it’s pretty easy for… Read more »