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              WOOD NOTES by Ian Kirby

              WOOD NOTES is a series of articles by noted woodworking designer, craftsman, educator, and author Ian Kirby, providing insights into a variety of woodworking topics. Click here for a profile of Ian Kirby.

              Issue Title
              1/1994 - Essential Measuring Tools
              3/1994 - Sharpening
              5/1994 - Use Your Table Saw
              7/1994 - Building A Bench I
              9/1994 - Building A Bench II
              11/1994 - Building A Bench III
              1/1995- Why Wood Distorts
              3/1995- Wood Movement
              5/95- Moisture In Wood
              7/1995- Manufactured Sheet Materials
              The Books of David Pye
              9/1995 - Hand-Cut Dovetails: A Matter of Practice
              11/1995- Hand-Cut Dovetails: Marking With Gauges
              1/1996- Hand-Cut Dovetails: Removing the Waste
              3/1996- Hand-Cut Dovetails: Chisels & Logic
              5/1996- Hand-Cut Dovetails: Designing the Through Dovetail
              7/1996- Hand-Cut Dovetails: Laying Out Dovetail Tails
              9/1996- Hand-Cut Dovetails: Marking the Matching Pins
              11/1996- Hand-Cut Dovetails: Mitering the Edge
              1/1997- Hand-Cut Dovetails: The Single Lap Dovetail for Drawer Construction
              3/1997- Hidden Joinery: Double Lap Dovetails
              5/1997- Hidden Joinery: Secret Mitre Dovetails
              7/1997- Getting from Here to There: Design to Mock-Up
              9/1997- Getting from Here to There: Back to the Drawing Board
              11/1997- Getting from Here to There: A Day at the Beach
              1/1998- Getting from Here to There: Perspective with Pencils & Pins
              3/1998- Sharpening with Waterstones
              5/1998- Drawing: Line Weight & Tonal Value
              7/1998- The Accurate Table Saw
              9/1998- Devil in the Details
              11/1998- One Point Perspective
              1/1999- The Accurate Router
              3/1999- Where It Begins
              5/1999- Making a Full Size Mock-Up
              7/1999- Space--The Final Frontier?
              9/1999- Proportion in Design
              11/1999- The Complete Dovetail
              1/2000- Progress with Proportion
              3/2000- From 2 Dimensions to 3
              5/2000- Divergent Thinking: A Design Strategy
              7/2000- The Two Aspects of Wood Movement
              9/2000- Design Daze
              11/2000- The Confounding Confusion of Simplicity
              1/2001- The Wandering Ways of Working Drawings
              3/2001- A Case of Orthographic Interpretations
              5/2001- Line Items
              7/2001- Stay on Line . . .
              9/2001- The Word Game . . .
              11/2001- W3: the What and Where with Woods
              1/2002- Name That View
              3/2002- Creating a Gulf Between Design & Craft
              5/2002- Specification. . .
              7/2002- Learning & Teaching
              9/2002- Lodge at Torrey Pines
              11/2002- Woodworking Shows
              1/2003- The Woodshop Advantage
              3/2003- Solid Wood Furnituremaking -- A Continuing Series on a Graded Learning Process
              Assignment 1: Cutting Board - July/August, 2003-January/February, 2004 (4 issues)
              Assignment 2: Mahogany Kitchen Step Stool - March/April, 2004-July/August, 2005 (9 issues)
              Assignment 3: Sofa Side Table - September/October, 2005-January/February, 2007
              Spring Break: Sharpening Hand Tools - March/April, 2007-Sept./Oct., 2007
              Torsion Box Structures - Nov./Dec., 2007-Jan./Feb., 2009

              11/2012- The Critical Path

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