Guild News, Meetings & Announcements

October 6 and December 1, 2018 Meetings Recap

Both meetings were held at Bob LaCivita’s workshop in Rollinsford. The October WFG meeting began with a demonstration on how to make the mortise and tenon door frame with grooved rails and styles.  Bob explained that when using honched tenons, they would be honched on the outside edge.  An... read more

Since my dive into the PFG project of building a knife box I also have uncovered this information about the evolution and story of the knife box. I have had some good fortune of finding this information in old throw away library books by Edgar D Miller Jr , Wallace Nutting and Edgar P. Fitzgerald. Some I have purchased when rummaging in... read more

Thanks to GNHW’s generous grant of $1300 for a new Powermatic 14” bandsaw and with the... read more

The PFG subgroup met at Woodcraft, Portsmouth NH on Oct 20. We began with general questions and conversation about our federal knife box project.

Guild Grant Program Have you heard about our Guild Grant Program?

The Guild is dedicated to furthering woodworking through the sharing of knowledge, skills and experience among its members and the general public. To that end, the Guild provides grants to institutions, organizations and schools to assist them in the furtherance of... read more

Announcing the
Intermediate Woodworking Projects (IWP) Group

David Foote and Robert Wyatt are excited to announce that Owain Harris will be host/demonstrator of a new group that the Guild expects to launch sometime during Spring 2019. 

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Annual League of NH Craftsmen Booth at Sunapee

This year the fair began Saturday, August 4th and ends Sunday, the 12th. For us,... read more

Information from PFG meeting Oct 20th.

There was discussion about the carcass construction of our project “knife... read more

The 12th Old Ways Days will be October 20 & 21 at Dave and Anne Emerson’s Old Ways Traditions, 418 Shaker Road, Canterbury... read more

This material, is in no particular order. There is a lot! Plan to use your computers “search” functionality within this document and Google for further Internet searching.

Look up Buffard Fres on the Internet. At one time a huge manufactory of bandings.

Banding Components of a veneer log. That is log as in a tree log.... read more

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