Tools

A Box for Kim, Part Two

Since the last installment I have made good progress on Kim’s Postal Box. If you missed the beginning you can go back and catch up here: Part One. In this […]

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A Box for Kim

If you call Blue Spruce Toolworks you will either talk with me (Dave) or more likely, Kim. She is the nice friendly voice who takes your order and helps out […]

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A Marking Knife System

Blue Spruce Toolworks is  very excited to announce our new Marking Knife System! Different projects can demand different marking solutions. Many times a single bevel spear point blade is best, […]

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Summer Update 2015

Mid-Summer is finding us very busy at Blue Spruce Toolworks. Of particular challenge has been getting our old Kitamura milling machine up and running. Mike joined our team to refurbish […]

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Who was Sloyd and what was so special about his knife?

Everyone needs a Sloyd knife in their shop. First a little background. Sloyd was not a person. Sloyd is a word derived from the Swedish word Slöjd meaning handiwork or […]

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A New Sibling

Our family of woodworking mallets is growing. We are excited to announce the newest member, a 16 oz joiner’s mallet. This was known internally as La-Petite as the little sister […]

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My WIA Update

After the annual Woodworking in America show there is always a plethera of reports and this year is no exception. Since there are already many detailed and well-written reports, I […]

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A Little Friendly Persuasion

I am very excited to announce our new Joiner’s Mallet!! During my younger years I worked alongside my father on any number of projects, mostly involving metal, mechanical components and […]

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Thank you for all who participated in part-one of our summer sale. Most of the tools sold-out in about 15 minutes! I am sorry that everyone did not get a […]

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