January 10, 2014

2013 was a year of transition for Blue Spruce Toolworks; it was a good year. A big thank you to all of our customers who have supported us through buying tools and giving words of encouragement. You are the best! We are super excited about 2014 and have more plans than we know what to do with. We will be introducing a 16oz little brother to our 24oz Joiner's Mallet very soon. It will be perfect for those who like a square mallet for lighter joinery work or who do not need the heft of the 24oz version.

We are also VERY close to re-releasing our Bench and Butt chisels after a very long hiatus. If you are on the waiting list we will be contacting you soon.

We have new equipment to get operational, areas of the shop to organize, many prototypes of new tools in various stages of development, and plans for better communication through our website, tool store, blog, videos and shows.

It is only January and our plans are not totally firm. We would like to get your thoughts on what YOU would like to see from Blue Spruce Toolworks in 2014 and beyond. Whether it is new products, services, communication, education, etc., we would like to know how we can make 2014 a good year for you. Please feel free to leave a comment below or fire off an email to dave@bluesprucetoolworks.com.
We hope you are also excited about 2014 and all of the opportunities it may bring your way.

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