Chris Fritton in People of Print

Excited to have three pictures of The Sherwood Press included in People of Print’s article about Chris Fritton, The Itinerant Printer, who among visits to countless other print shops across the land dropped in at The Sherwood Press. Along the way he made a staggering number of prints which you would do well to check […]

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Slow but Steady Wins the Race

We’re now in high gear producing perks for our Indiegogo campaign and will start shipping several this coming week. We are nearly at $16,000 of our stretch goal of $19,000! Our window restoration guy Dave King has taken measurements of the window, probed the wall below for rot, and is getting ready to start the process. It’s hard […]

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WE MADE IT!!!

And now on to our stretch goals! Thank you, Olympia, friends, family, and supporters of all kinds from all places! We are absolutely thrilled and immensely grateful to you for supporting our restoration campaign! Our stretch goal is $19k. We are already over 75% of the way there, and contributions are still rolling in. So we are […]

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A Nice Olympian Article about our Indiegogo Campaign!

Today we spent an hour and a half with Rolf Boone, staff writer for the Olympian, and Steve Bloom, Olympian photographer. We had a great time chatting about the press and I probably kept them far longer than they intended, but they seemed to enjoy their time at the press. Here is the resulting article! […]

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Our Indiegogo Campaign is LIVE!

Visit our Campaign Page on Indiegogo! Folks, if you’ve ever sat around thinking to yourself, “I wish I could give money to a small local business who has an old building that is rotting into the ground,” then today is your lucky day! Our small, cedar cabin in the woods on the edge of Olympia’s […]

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75 YEARS!

The Sherwood Press has just turned 75! I am so happy to be keeping Jocelyn Dohm’s legacy alive here in this wonderful place, keeping the presses running and putting my own stamp and style on things. I came here almost exactly 26 years ago – wandered up here on my bicycle after friends kept pestering me […]

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Pursuing Paper: A Hollander Beater at Last!!!

It’s been a long ambition to make paper. In my early twenties I took up bookbinding and ended up working for Don Guyot at Colophon Book Arts Supply in Olympia, Washington. As part of my job, I was able to attend the Paper Book Intensive a couple of times, helping to run the small store […]

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Jocelyn’s Memorial Garden Looks Lovely in the Spring

Ten years ago this spring, I asked Jocelyn’s friends to consider contributing plants from their own yards for a memorial garden I was planting. Many people came by with something dug up from their own gardens. These plants were by and large native species, but a few non-natives were brought along, too. I spent days […]

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Bad blogger! BAD!

Okay, so I’m not a good blogger, YET. You haven’t seen anything new here because there’s SO MUCH WORK going on and new developments that talking about it just seems to fall to the bottom of the list again and again. A few highlights… My most excellent partner Terry Bunce acquired a Heidelberg Windmill press […]

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