We have had many enquiries for new Foundational workshop dates both in our UK and the USA New Legacy workshops and so we have scheduled additional Part I Foundational workshops. At our UK North Wales school the course starts Friday 7-9 December 2012 and this course prepares students for subsequent Part II and Part III workshops in Spring 2013. Between the UK and the USA workshops this course has proven highly successful for hundreds of students for almost two decades now and we hope that you too can join us to develop your hand tool skills as well. The extra US worksop is now scheduled 1-3 October 2012.Please visit the relative  websites at UK here and US here for detailed information and please sign up early to avoid disappointment. If you have any questions please feel free to contact either of the schools.

  • Gary Roberts on Not Good, Not Good!Sarcasm is in the eyes of the beholder. Thank you for your response. Gary Roberts
  • YrHenSaer on Not Good, Not Good!@Paul Sellers I have no interest in either the book in question or Japanese techniques. I said, plainly, that the tone of the review, a criticism such as the one you wrote of one a…
  • KEVIN NAIRN on Not Good, Not Good!I work as a carpenter and have lots of books on carpentry and joinery. In one of my older books, there's a mistake on a cut roof (a cut roof is a roof where the rafters and other p…
  • Paul Sellers on Not Good, Not Good!I am not altogether sure what you are saying. Tell me this, had I decided to contact the publisher, would he then have stopped selling the book he had little to do with except copy…
  • YrHenSaer on Not Good, Not Good!Regardless of the merits or otherwise of the book in question, I regret to say that this episode, for me, is characterised by an ungracious, ill-mannered dismissal of another perso…
  • Ermir on Not Good, Not Good!Dear Harun, I have benefited mostly from Paul's reviews. They are honest reviews, not biased, not sponsored and above all professional. On one hand think about the Spear & Jack…
  • Tad on Not Good, Not Good!I understand Paul's frustration. I recently have fallen victim to this. I saw a high school textbook from the 1940s about wood tuning on YouTube and they showed how the book had sc…