Friday, January 2, 2009

Caution: Woodworking Links Ahead

I recently came across a woodworking site where the owner, Jim Boyett, has compiled a heaping helping of links to sites about hand tools.

Careful, though. I recommend only visiting the site when you have lots of free time at your disposal.

Jim's Hand-Tool Woodworking Links

7 comments:

Georgia Mountain Man said...

I like it. I recently found your blog and am following it faithfully. I haven't had a chance to delve into your past posts yet, but I will, and very soon.

John said...

Yep, there went a half-hour, and I was only giving the list a quick skimming over!

You did warn me though.

The Village Carpenter said...

Thanks, Georgia Mountain Man!

John, I know I'll be spending a few hours on that site as well.

Dan said...

Awesome find Kari - thanks!

Oh, and Happy New Year! May your 2009 be full of great (and safe) time in the shop!

- Dan

zoetree said...

Hi. I just ran across your site because we have similar interests outside of woodworking.(Clatterford is the one I was looking at; I figured that one would be a small list.)I am fascinated by your blogs even though I am not a wood worker. My dad does some, although not nearly on the level you do, but I think I will send him a link to your site. Cheers, and feel free to visit my profile and blogs. (And sorry for commenting out of context of your entry.)

The Village Carpenter said...

Zoetree, thanks for commenting. Always nice to meet another Clatterford fan!

thewoodshepherd said...

Hey Kari --
I've had this bookmarked for years, and forgot all about it! Jim was one of the "old Galoots" from the old Listerv days. Note that a few of the links that I noticed are outdated: for example, I've completely lost track of my old friend Patrick O'lguin, aka Paddy O'Deen, of Paddylac fame. He was one of the original listmoms.
Thanks for jogging this "old Galoot's" rather frail memory!