Woodworking expert George Vondriska teaches you how to properly prepare, mount and cut soapstone blanks on the lathe in your workshop. When cutting soapstone, because it is a soft material that tends to give off lots of dust when sanded, he shows how to effectively and safely shape the blank by using hard metal scrapers and a vacuum source.
In order to photograph your work, you’ll need a camera. Should you spend $100 on a camera? $500? Or can you shoot acceptable pics on your smart phone? We answer those questions here. See more from our “How to Photograph Your Woodworking Projects” series: Introduction Choosing the Best Camera Choosing a Background Image Composition Lighting… Read more »Watch Now >>
When you use sheet goods in your shop how do make sure you’re getting the most you can out of each sheet? It’s relatively easy on small projects, but when you do a large project that uses a lot of sheets, you can burn up a lot of unnecessary material if you haven’t done a… Read more »Watch Now >>
In this month’s project demonstration, WWGOA’s master woodworker George Vondriska teaches you how to build a beautiful stowaway bench that is perfect for use in a hallway or mudroom in your house. He walks you through the easy step-by-step process and demonstrates all of the expert woodworking techniques that you’ll need to create this unique… Read more »Watch Now >>