A woodcarver with a knack for cutting crosswords has won a gold medal at the 2017 International Crossword Games, and now he wants to give back to the community.
Woodcarvers Tool Crossword was established in 2010 by Mike and Stephanie Taylor, two lifelong woodcarving enthusiasts.
Since then, they’ve taught their friends, students, and families the craft of crossword solving.
Now, the pair is raising funds for their next project, a woodcarvings tool crosswords program that they’re developing to provide children and adults with the tools they need to learn the crossword.
For example, the two will teach crossword puzzles to children and seniors with special needs.
The program will focus on using a wood carving wheel, a carving mat, and the right materials for cutting a piece of wood.
It will also focus on the process of crosswords and solving the crosswords.
The team is also creating a program to help teachers create a crosswords puzzle.
They’ve already received offers of help from many local businesses.
Woodcarpeting was a major industry in the 1800s, but now, it’s down to about 1% of the United States.
According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, in 2017, the average cost of a cross-cut woodworker was $60,000.
That’s a lot of money to pay for, and a lot to pay to get your hand on a piece.
That’s why Woodcarvers is launching a fundraiser for the next program, which will be aimed at giving people who need help cutting their own crossword a chance to make it happen.
“When you think about how expensive wood is, and how expensive crosswords are, and we have to buy a lot more materials, a lot harder materials to make them, it really makes us think about why we want to do this,” Woodcarver said.
“It’s not just about making money.
It’s about making sure that the world is more open, and people are having access to the information that they need and that they want to use.”