Well, this is my end of year blog entry where I talk about my annual woodworking shopping habits. The woodworking purchases have been pretty low this year as evidenced in the blog entry calendar to the right of the page. Here is the short list for 2013:
Lie-Nielsen I finally completed my chisel set and added some floats to my arsenal.
Highland Woodworking I visit their site every other week at least.
McFeely's It feels like I've purchased thousands of screws from them this year.
Tyler Tool A new entrant to the list this year. A great no frills source for power tools.
Lost Art Press Most the stuff I buy from them is reviewed on the blog, so I'm not adding details here.
CU woodshop This is an independent outfit in Champaign IL. They have a great selection in stock from power tools to milk paint and, of course, wood.
Owl Hardwood lumber There is a Hooter's one block away. It is always a three or four hour outing when I go to Owl. Not including travel.
Woodcraft Most of my odds and ends are filled by this place, it seems.
Menard's and Lowes Interchangeable on most things so they get one line.
Amazon The 7-eleven of the ether, and soon landing smiley boxed Stuff in your own backyard.
I'm giving a shout out to the many anonymous yard sales and flea markets I frequent. I scored some major wood and paring chisels over the summer.
I'll return and add anyone I've forgotten. Best wishes to you and yours in the coming year.