Tommy with Ray Winkler (Baltimore Woodcraft store owner) and Charles Neil.
Tommy certainly had his hands full last weekend at the Baltimore Woodworking Show. As our friend Frank Byers over at Woodcraft tells
, Tommy demonstrated chisel sharpening and fielded questions on project building from the numerous onlookers.
He also had a chance to hang with Scott Phillips from The American Woodshop and Charles Neil. Most importantly, Tommy met and chatted with more than a few young woodworkers, encouraging them in their woodworking pursuits and passion.
Let’s hope this past weekend in West Springfield was as much fun!
It was great to meet Tommy at the Balto. show.
A question: in your program on finishing you used linseed oil (boiled), did you cut it with turpentine or anything? Thanks, Elmer
Who is Tommy Macdonald on the new ROUGH CUT wOODWORKING SHOW?
hey Bill..what can ya do man…i have a new project . http://www.murdermatters.com