My "workshop" is a small area in our attached garage, and, of course the building code doesn't allow any air to move from a garage to the living area of the house. I think this happened because I used about 1/4 of a bottle laminating birch boards together, then found that the garage was too cold for the glue to set right, so I brought it into the house to dry. From then on we had the smell.
But, the good news is that Home Depot has a product as useful as Duct Tape! It is called "The Gonzo Odor Eliminator", and it is a mesh bag of 2 pounds of rocks, which look like volcanic pumice based rocks. You are supposed to put one of these in the area that stinks and a few hours later the smell is gone. Ha Ha! Well, I bought two of them, on my neighbor's recommendation, and put one in front of each of the two air return grills. That was about 2 hours ago. And, now the smell is totally gone!
I'm thinking of putting one bag in each air duct behind the filter, and leaving them for permanent protection. The directions say this lasts 8 months, and then you put them out in the sun for a day, and they are as good as new. (Oddly enough I think my balding spot on my head is growing hair now too!)
No more Titebond II for me, in any case. I'm back with Elmer's yellow glue to stay.