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Gauge & Grain

Alex Moseley

A newsletter about woodworking. Intersections and odd gravel roads are examined. Metaphors used as framing devices. Stories shared around bonfires of failed woodworking experiments. Bring your own marshmallows.

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Latest Issues

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Day 1: It’s noon on Sunday and I’m sitting at my local grocer, waiting for a tow truck. It’s -4 Fahrenheit outside. I think that’s -20 Celsius, but my brain is too cold to do math. The dashboard in my Subaru flashes an inscrutable mix of l...

a month ago

Sharpen the Axe... or the Saw... or Something

This is not a story about skill or talent. This story is about a system - my workshop and my approach to the work within it. You will never hear me say my system is perfect. The one thing I have going for me as a woodworker is that I always...

3 months ago

The Chili Pot

When my mother-in-law was younger (she’s 85 now) and still felt responsible for cooking for her family, she would save left-over meat from previous meals, and when there was enough set aside, she would use it to make chili. The varied textu...

3 months ago

My First Window Repair

I went to measure for my first storm sash, a second-story window that’s one of the draftiest in our house. Having a well-fitting storm sash should allow me to make repairs to the double-hung sash without boarding up the opening, especially ...

4 months ago


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  • Alex Moseley

    Builder of wooden things. In love with the economics of the small and personal.

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