It’s been 14 years since I was injured and ill, but as I’m now awaiting my delivery date for my new powerchair next month (!) I am just now applying for a disabled parking placard. Getting the placard was something I’ve kept putting off and pushing to the back of my to-do list…for years. I’d... Continue Reading →
Join Joseph and me for one of our exciting woodworking or marketing workshops at the Charleston Woodworking School this spring! Classes include: -Intro to Woodworking Handtools - Saturday, April 27 or May 11 -"Telling Your Story" Marketing Workshop for Creatives - Tuesday, May 21 Learn more about the classes and sign up here.
Lynette Breton's favorite woodworking tool is the flat steel cabinet scraper. Much like her preferred implement, she has a knack for taking seemingly unassuming materials and making objects that really shine in style, craftsmanship and provenance. Lynette's woodworking career began in 1974 in San Francisco, through a government-funded CETA program, Women in Apprenticeship. "As a... Continue Reading →