A reader sent the image of a box he recently completed with hand-cut dovetails and that he had consulted with me on veneering techniques. Great Job Nestor! Though I need not tell him what you and he can see for yourselves.
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I have been a self-employed woodworker in Eureka Springs, Arkansas since 1976. I live with my wife Jean on a wooded hillside overlooking our beautiful historic community.
In addition to work in my wood shop, I teach children at the Clear Spring School in a program called "The Wisdom of the Hands." My 10th and 11th books, Tiny Boxes by Taunton Press and Making Classic Toys that Teach were published in November 2016. I also write for Fine Woodworking and other woodworking magazines.
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