When you’re writing about woodworking and design and documenting your projects, time sure flies. It was one year ago on Labor Day weekend that I started this blogging experiment that I call The Craftsman’s Path. The upcoming weekend marks the one year anniversary of this effort!
Since that day, I have written about many things: techniques, projects, jigs, design, people and experiences. The process has been great. I have enjoyed doing it as well as getting to know some of you out there who have been following along and commenting and/or emailing with input, questions and critiques. I wanted to make a quick post to say thank you for reading and most of all for participating. Please continue to do so in the future, and for all of you who are reading but not commenting, please do! The discussion is what makes this medium so rich in content.
With all of that said, I am anxious to get back into the shop and to posting on more topics. I have a bunch of new projects planned and I also want to continue with the process of talking about design. That is an area that I would really like to engage in some more substantive discussion – hopefully involving more of you!
So, thanks again for all of your support and until the next post, remember: Its Woodworking Season!