Women of Woodworking – WOO Pit Crew

Rejection stings. It’s a necessary evil that every artist must develop a deep, complex relationship with. Sometimes we’re happy to be rejected. Other times it hurts enough to make you want to close your shop door and question whether or not there is even a place for you in the craft. When I started Women of... Continue Reading →

Women of Woodworking – Kim McIntyre, Bellevue, WA

Kim McIntyre has traveled from coast to coast of the United States, woodworking and embracing every aspect of the craft as well as the maker community. She grew up around woodworking and first learned about the craft from her father. “As a young kid, I used to make “wood cookies” from his jointer shavings (just... Continue Reading →

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