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TGWP Episode 097: Jerill Vance | The Appalachian Heritage Woodshop

TGWP Episode 097: Jerill Vance | The Appalachian Heritage Woodshop

 This week on The Green Woodworker Podcast, I have the pleasure of chatting with woodworker Jerill Vance. If you’ve never heard of Jerill you’re in for a treat. Jerill is a full time woodworker and TV personalty filming the second season of The Appalachian Heritage 

TGWP Episode 096: Britt | Overalls and Powersaws

TGWP Episode 096: Britt | Overalls and Powersaws

Don’t let her pink hair or small stature fool you. Britt from OverallsandPowersaws.com is a hard working maker and builder managing a home with four little ones and a husband. When she’s not busy being a momma and wife, Britt works in her home shop 

TGWP Episode 095: Jake Thompson

TGWP Episode 095: Jake Thompson

This weeks guest, Jake Thompson from Northside Custom Crafts is a super talented woodworker and maker. Recently he seems to be getting deep in the world of epoxy and casting. He’s also well versed in Vectric Aspire which he uses to make some pretty cool 

TGWP Episode 094: Meghan Baker | Sweet Aloha Designs

TGWP Episode 094: Meghan Baker | Sweet Aloha Designs

          I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, “the hardest working man in show business”. Well, I’m here to share “the hardest working woman in North Carolina” with you. Meghan Baker, a full time wife, mom, employee, and woodworker living currently in 

TGWP Episode 093: Jason Hibbs | Bourbon Moth Woodworking Co.

TGWP Episode 093: Jason Hibbs | Bourbon Moth Woodworking Co.

          This weeks guest, Jason from Bourbon Moth Woodworking Co is one of the funniest guys I’ve meet on online. And he’s uber talented to boot! His I’m not taking life too damn seriously attitude is just what’s needed in this 

TGWP Episode 092: Mike Poorman | WoodshopMike.com

TGWP Episode 092: Mike Poorman | WoodshopMike.com

      A few months back if you guys remember, I went to IWF Atlanta. What a great time that was. While there, I met several awesome folks. One of those awesome folks is Mike Poorman from WoodshopMike.com. Man… talk about about a genuinely