One person's woodworking journey, with a focus on handtools, a nod to the past, and an appreciation for the creative spirit.
I very proud to see such a great article about you and a little of what you give to this community.
Who else is going to toot your horn? nothing to be sorry about, congratulations.
Just remember, if someone else is tooting your horn, it probably means your car is stolen. :-)
nice writeup! something tells me you'll have more of them in your future (anyone who follows your blog would hope so, anyway!).your knack for producing high quality postings on the web, both excellently narrated and very thoughtfully composed photography are a joy to review.adam
Congrats Kari...Nice writeup!
Nice one, Kari!
Thanks guys! :o)
Congratulations! And well deserved!
Awesome Kari! Congrats on a really great article. Looks like they captured your passion for the craft quite well.
Great article!Totally deserved laudatory comments on your accomplishments.Beautiful smile!Way to go!
I think you are doing a great service by getting the word and passion out in traditional media. Perhaps you piqued the interest of a few local people to investigate your passion. And breaking a perceived gender barrier is also a good thing (IMO). So toot your own horn! And keep making beautiful tools--I've always wanted to learn chip carving, or any type of carving, but I still have lots of basics to master before I get to that point. For now I'll sit back and enjoy the work of dedicated carvers such as yourself.
Oh, come on! This "toot" doesn't even meet the minimum daily requirement.Now, please be seated while we, your faithful minions, increase the decibel level. :)Abi
This is fantastic and you look great Kari! The camera likes you, and so do I......and now it's awkward. LOL
Congratulations ! Well deserved, I appreciate you sharing your passion. Cheers !
Thanks everyone. You sure know how to make a gal feel good.
That's Awesome! Congrats Kari! You are truly an inspiration to all of us.
Outstanding! Congratulations. Feel free to toot away.
I love the contrast between your newspaper photos and the steampunk photo you posted a while back, Now that's personal range.(No matter what I do, I always look like a middle-age white guy who works as an IT manager.)
Kari, This is great and well deserved. Did you contact the newspaper or did they seek you out?
Good going KariCharles
Good for you and your skills, you toot away gal, as loud as you like :)
Thank for the support, guys. Chuck, I'd probably look close to the same in photos if my weight didn't fluctuate so much. heh.David, the PR person for the historical society sent out press releases to the media, so two showed up—the local newspaper and one of the TV stations. I never saw the video clip aired on TV. I figured they probably took a look at it back at the studio and decided to run the footage of grass growing instead.
Awesome!!! :) I wish we lived closer, I'd love to take a class from you!!helen
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