There was quite the interest in the finishing process I used on my Stickley styled TV stand. http://lumberjocks.com/projects/217866I really only just gave the cliff notes version in its description. So with this blog, I’ll give the full detailed p...
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Planed the first piece of maple burl today to really see what I had and i must say once planed it looks better. The Burl wasn’t quite what I hoped for when I first cut it open, having the dark brown spots or bark woven-in.Cut the ...
I’ve got boxes full of tools & gadgets that I inherited from my grandfather, his brothers and his father (who all immigrated from Scotland in 1910). Back ground on what they did, My Great grandfather was a Carpenter (must be were I got i...
Scored 8 sets of window sashes with some really nice wavy poured lead glass. I replaced the second floor windows in a 1860 farm house (dont worry, its not in an historic district) I have lots of uses for this glass coming up. 1st, I can always use...
Spring has sprung,... yeah right, coulda fooled me!.... My pile of Logs that I did not peel has finally appeared from under its winter slumber, I am going to start selecting and peeling for my next piece of furniture “Log Couch and end table...