To keep our members informed, the Guild maintains a Facebook page and produces a quarterly technical journal (TIMBER FRAMING), a member magazine (Scantlings), an emailed newsletter (Guild Notes), and an active community discussion group comprised of timber frame enthusiasts from around the globe.
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TIMBER FRAMING 146 (December 2022)
An Odd Marriage. Geometry of Premodern Design and Layout: the Plan-Net Method. Bell Decks I Have Known and Loved. Historic Gallows Framing in Northern Vermont.
7.8 MB. Published on Jan 20, 2023.
Scantlings 234 (January/February 2023)
President's message: Dedicated to the craft. From the Executive Director: The Guild as a catalyst for change. Passages: Annemarie Mitchell. Member story: Timber framing with the Northmen Guild. 2023 Timber Framers Guild Conference. Call for proposals. Heartwood School: First course in new schoolhouse, and more. A personal journey: My first community timber frame. Oso Memorial Park Community Building Project: Registration now open. Visionary Partners. Regional Guild events: Celebrating craft and community in Sandpoint. Regional Guild events: Save the date to rendezvous. Events. Notices. 2023 Scantlings schedule.
4.94 MB. Published on Mar 5, 2023.