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Woodworker Sessions
WELCOME TO THE RARE WOODS USA WOODWORKER SESSIONS INTERVIEW SERIES.

WELCOME TO THE RARE WOODS USA WOODWORKER SESSIONS INTERVIEW SERIES.

Here, we hope to discover more about what makes our woodworkers tick, how you became involved in the craft, how and why you build your pieces and maybe learn a few secret techniques and tips along the way!

Edition #9 – Eric Meyer

Welcome to the Rare Woods USA Woodworker Sessions interview series. Here, we hope to discover more about what makes our woodworkers tick, how you became involved in the craft, how and why you build your

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Edition #8 – John Willette

Welcome to the Rare Woods USA Woodworker Sessions interview series. Here, we hope to discover more about what makes our woodworkers tick, how you became involved in the craft, how and why you build your

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Edition #7 – William (Bill) Brown

Welcome to the Rare Woods USA Woodworker Sessions interview series. Here, we hope to discover more about what makes our woodworkers tick, how you became involved in the craft, how and why you build your

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Edition #6 – Christina Vincent

Our sincere thanks go to Christina Vincent of North Haven in Maine for sharing her passion and talent with us in the 6th issue of the Woodworker Sessions USA. Christina is the designer and maker of Christina M. Vincent Fine Woodworking and Northshore, a garden and design company.

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Edition #5 – Chuck Thornton

I am Chuck Thornton of CP Thornton Guitars and I have been designing and building electric guitars and basses since 1985. I was born in 1956 and grew up on a farm in Maine. My dad was an extremely hard working man and taught me the importance of good work ethics.

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Edition #4 – Brian Noel

Self taught in woodworking, I built furniture for a living for about 12 years, before making a YouTube video on how I made my own backsaw. This brought in a number of orders for me to make saws and coupled with a review in Fine Woodworking magazine, I turned my attention to making hand saws on a full time basis.

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Edition #3 – Brian Harvey

Welcome to the Rare Woods USA Woodworker Sessions. Our thanks go to Brian Harvey of Kirkville, New York for his willingness to share his precious time with us in the 3rd issue of the Woodworker Sessions series.

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Edition #2 – Dave Knittle

We are most grateful to David Knittle of the Knittle Studio for joining us for our 2nd Woodworker Sessions USA! David’s woodcraft niche is unique and his passion shines brightly in every piece that he creates. It is extremely seldom that we come across a woodworker whose specialty lies not in independent furniture items, but rather in those created to support and enhance the display of unique and meditative objects.

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Edition #1 – Kevin Winsor

Woodworker Sessions #1 – “20 Questions” with Kevin Winsor of Bethel, Maine. We are extremely grateful to Kevin Winsor, who has very kindly offered to be our first interviewee for The Woodworker Sessions USA!

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Edition #9 – Eric Meyer

Welcome to the Rare Woods USA Woodworker Sessions interview series. Here, we hope to discover more about what makes our woodworkers tick, how you became involved in the craft, how and why you build your

Read More »

Edition #8 – John Willette

Welcome to the Rare Woods USA Woodworker Sessions interview series. Here, we hope to discover more about what makes our woodworkers tick, how you became involved in the craft, how and why you build your

Read More »

Edition #7 – William (Bill) Brown

Welcome to the Rare Woods USA Woodworker Sessions interview series. Here, we hope to discover more about what makes our woodworkers tick, how you became involved in the craft, how and why you build your

Read More »

Edition #6 – Christina Vincent

Our sincere thanks go to Christina Vincent of North Haven in Maine for sharing her passion and talent with us in the 6th issue of the Woodworker Sessions USA. Christina is the designer and maker of Christina M. Vincent Fine Woodworking and Northshore, a garden and design company.

Read More »

Edition #5 – Chuck Thornton

I am Chuck Thornton of CP Thornton Guitars and I have been designing and building electric guitars and basses since 1985. I was born in 1956 and grew up on a farm in Maine. My dad was an extremely hard working man and taught me the importance of good work ethics.

Read More »

Edition #4 – Brian Noel

Self taught in woodworking, I built furniture for a living for about 12 years, before making a YouTube video on how I made my own backsaw. This brought in a number of orders for me to make saws and coupled with a review in Fine Woodworking magazine, I turned my attention to making hand saws on a full time basis.

Read More »

Edition #3 – Brian Harvey

Welcome to the Rare Woods USA Woodworker Sessions. Our thanks go to Brian Harvey of Kirkville, New York for his willingness to share his precious time with us in the 3rd issue of the Woodworker Sessions series.

Read More »

Edition #2 – Dave Knittle

We are most grateful to David Knittle of the Knittle Studio for joining us for our 2nd Woodworker Sessions USA! David’s woodcraft niche is unique and his passion shines brightly in every piece that he creates. It is extremely seldom that we come across a woodworker whose specialty lies not in independent furniture items, but rather in those created to support and enhance the display of unique and meditative objects.

Read More »

Edition #1 – Kevin Winsor

Woodworker Sessions #1 – “20 Questions” with Kevin Winsor of Bethel, Maine. We are extremely grateful to Kevin Winsor, who has very kindly offered to be our first interviewee for The Woodworker Sessions USA!

Read More »

Our Interviewer

Tobias Lochner

Born in Zambia and raised in Cape Town, South Africa, I have been converting big bits of timber into small bits of timber since the age of 8. I knew the founder of Rare Woods well, having bought my first pieces of Black Walnut and Mahogany from Rory somewhere in the early 1980’s ( I am still a regular client).

My passion is for 18th and 19th century American and European reproduction pieces and French style marquetry. I write on woodworking for the South African version of Popular Mechanics and other local publications both online and in print. I love to teach and regularly hold one-on-one specialist classes in hand tool woodworking in my woodshop.

Our Interviewer

Tobias Lochner

Born in Zambia and raised in Cape Town, South Africa, I have been converting big bits of timber into small bits of timber since the age of 8. I knew the founder of Rare Woods well, having bought my first pieces of Black Walnut and Mahogany from Rory somewhere in the early 1980’s ( I am still a regular client).

My passion is for 18th and 19th century American and European reproduction pieces and French style marquetry. I write on woodworking for the South African version of Popular Mechanics and other local publications both online and in print. I love to teach and regularly hold one-on-one specialist classes in hand tool woodworking in my woodshop.

"When Brendan first approached me about writing the Woodworker Sessions Series for Rare Woods USA, I must admit that I was quite hesitant, but he managed to twist my rubber arm!  I sincerely hope that the series grows from strength to strength and we  showcase many wonderful woodworkers that are hiding behind their woodpiles!"

Tobias Lochner

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