And the Winner Is …

November/December 2010 Issue CoverThank you to all who participated in our June Father’s Day Giveaway here on the Woodworker’s Journal Blog. The woodworker who won the one-year subscription to the print Woodworker’s Journal was Rich, who left the comment

“I love the moment when I realize that the pile of parts and pieces I have so diligently been working on have come together as something that was only seen in my mind’s eye.”

We agree, that’s a pretty cool part of woodworking – and so were all the other great aspects you shared of what you like most about woodworking.

We hope you’ll keep sharing your thoughts and ideas about this hobby here on the Woodworker’s Journal Blog, whether you’re responding to editor in chief Rob Johnstone and field editor Chris Marshall’s summations of the newest print issue, or pondering information shared by the newest members of our blogging team: finishing expert Michael Dresdner, wood species guru Tim Knight, and all-around woodworker Sandor Nagyszalanczy (you can read some of their first posts by clicking on their names in this sentence).

And now, another question for you (sorry, this one isn’t a contest; you’ll just win some more great woodworking reading): what do you most want to read about on this woodworking blog?

Joanna Takes
Senior Editor

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About Joanna Takes

Joanna Werch Takes has been at Woodworker's Journal since 1998. Her work includes writing and editing for many print magazine departments, among them the "Stumpers" mystery tool department. Joanna is also a frequent contributor to the Woodworker's Journal eZine. Joanna's previous experience includes work as a newspaper reporter. Her woodworking has consisted of small projects such as toys and a storage box. She is active in the Women of Today service organization.

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