Hello everyone, and a special “Howdy” to our new subscribers. Here's what's been going on at the workshop since our last newsletter.
I've been doing a little construction on my NEW SHOP!!!! We started May 22, 2007 with the construction and I am giving my Newsletter Subscribers First Access to the progress so far. We got a lot done the past few days, just click on the following link to see my New Shop being built. Be sure to check the page often as I will be adding new pics as the shop construction progresses. Click See to see the New Shop
I took some time recently to buid a Garden Arbor for a Raffle that was held in the town where I live to raise money for the wife of one of our employees where I work (my real job) who was recently diagnosed with Cancer.
We had several new projects came to us recently, below are just samples of what other woodworkers have been doing, be sure to check these out, you just might get the inspiration you need to get out in the shop and make some sawdust.
Mark Sharpe of Iowa, USA has sent in several picture of a very nice Workbench that he built. Be sure to check it out on Mark's new page in Gallery 39 of Your Projects.
Bryan Cowing of Ontario, Canada has sent in a picture of a beautiful Oak Corner Mantle. Be sure to check it out on Bryan's craftsmanship in Gallery 4 of Your Projects.
Jack Crump of Missiouri, USA has sent in a pictures of a beautiful Minature Barn and Minature Horse Stable. Be sure to check it out on Jack's handiwork in Gallery 20 of Your Projects.
I have recently added some additional articles to my Articles Page, so you want to be sure and check these informative articles out when you get chance. Click Here

Looking for ideas on jigs that can make your project building time easier and safer, how about a few shop tips on how to make the best use of your router, table saw, band saw, etc..., need help on staining and finishing...well you can find all this and more on the
Shop and Safety Tips pages..check it out!!!
PLAN of the MONTH - Thorsen House Side Table FREE Plan
Furniture designed by architects Charles and Henry Greene has often been equated with the Arts & Crafts movement at the beginning of the 20th century, their furniture designs reflect an Asian influence that softens the often hard lines of Arts & Crafts furniture. This piece will definitely be a family hierloom -  Click here or on the picture to get this FREE plan.
That's all for now - “Keep the Saw Dust Flying, just be sure to wear those safety glasses.”

Don Owen -
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The Sawhorse Workshop
816 Finney
Sulphur Springs, TX 75482