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Blog Carnival Edition 1

September 1, 2010 by  
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Welcome to my new posting program that is about featuring interesting Woodworking Blogs. I have created this sample Carnival Edition to give you folks a look and see what to expect when I create this new style of post. My sample Carnival is featuring my blog posts but in the future I would like to feature outside personal woodworking blog posts. This post is an example of what the Carnival Editions will look like. We are hoping to create a new Carnival Edition once a month, which will feature 5 to 10 new woodworking blogs in each Edition.

Carnival Post 1: How to sign up a woodworking blog.

Yes, I am looking for your favorite woodworking blogs that are well established and current in their posting. If anyone has or knows about a good woodworking blog that can add good information to our New Blog Carnival, please let us know or send this link to the blog owner.

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Carnival Post 2: What is a Carnival?

According to Wikipedia a Blog Carnival is a ‘type of blog that is similar to a magazine’.

It has a title, a topic, editors, contributors, and an audience. It is published on a regular schedule, be it weekly, twice a month or monthly. I have seen one that publishes “Whenever I feel like it”

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Below I have added a few of my favorite posts found on my blog. These samples are found on my blog and for the future Carnival Editions I want to add outside woodworking blogs and their post on interesting woodworking articles. Please help and submit your favorite woodworking blogs to my Carnival.

Carnival Post 3: Router Bits, so how do you decide?

The most popular router bit on the market is a “1/4″ Round over bit”. (Note: From a survey of a long list of Router users.) When buying router bits the only way to tell a good or bad bit is by looking at the characteristics of the router bit.  And as always not all router bits are created equally so when looking for your next 1/4″ round over bit look for the following:

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Carnival Post 4: Inspiration from Malcolm

I have been making baskets and boxes using the heart joints for about 10 years. I even used the jig to make all the drawers for a couple sets of kitchen cabinets. I know the customers were really pleased to see those.  Attached are a few photos of a basket that I recently made. The basket with the silk flowers I made for my wife for her birthday in November 2009.

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Carnival Post 5: Why Sign Up?

Over 75 hours of video material!

With your membership to RouterWorkshop.net you will gain access to the private member area where each week a new episode of the RouterWorkshop will be released to you. There is a total of 183 episodes in the entire Router Workshop series, all of which are included in your RouterWorkshop.net membership!

Only 75 Spots Left! Read More Here…

End of the Carnival Edition 1: The Sample Blog Carnival for the Router Workshop.