In this episode Trevor continues with the History of Woodworking trilogy with Part II, examining the history of tools.
In this episode Trevor talks with Mike Pekovich. Mike is not only an executive art director at Fine Woodworking Magazine but is also a professional woodworker who creates wonderful furniture and has published many articles in Fine Woodworking Magazine.
In this episode Trevor waffles on about Charles Limbert, an Arts & Crafts woodworker about whom little is known apart from his contribution to furniture building. He also talks to Geremy Coy a professional woodworker who published a handtool sideboard project article in Popular Woodworking Magazine July 2015 issue 218.
In this episode Trevor waffles on a little bit about the ancient woodworkers in this first part of the the history of woodworking. He also talks to Ken Burton and reviews the projects in Woodcraft magazine July 2015 issue 65.
In this episode Trevor talks to Mario Rodriguez about his success in publishing woodworking articles. In addition Trevor talks about the hard carved folding basket and reviews the projects in Wood magazine July 2015 issue 233.
In this episode Trevor puts the spotlight on Charles and Henry Greene. The two brothers were incredible architects and their furniture designs were brought to life by John and Peter Hall.
In this episode Trevor puts the spotlight on Antonio Torres. In addition there are reviews on Fine Woodworking Issue 247 and Woodcraft Magazine Issue 64.
In this episode Trevor puts the spotlight on Gustav Stickley and waffles on about the guitar chord changer and April fool jokes. In addition there are reviews on the April 2015 Woodworkers Journal and Issue 232 of Wood Magazine.