One person's woodworking journey, with a focus on handtools, a nod to the past, and an appreciation for the creative spirit.
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Excellent! Look at those nuns go!
Ora et labora.
Nice video, Kari. I was tempted to make a crack about the woodworking habit, but the puns even bothered me.
MG, the nun with the handplane looks especially capable, don't you think?Jozef, that's a great phrase. I would add: Ora et labora et cognosco.Dyami, puns (especially those which are corny and bad) are encouraged here!
Yes, she does! Also, I noticed that the nun looked like she was the only female in the all male woodworking class .. hmm .. that seems familiar. :)
Good thing they weren't taking a dressmaking class, then: that could be habit-forming.--GG
Do they get to learn how to make moulding planes?Sister Rosary could specialize in beading planes.--GG
MG, ain't that the truth?GG, HAHA! Well done!
Kari,how do find these things?i love the info I get from hereralph
Ralph, they seem to find me. :o)
hallelujah!Its cool to see it.
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