Yesterday I received a parcel in the post all the way from the USA.My dearest buddy Ellen (ellen35) sent me a gift When I opened the cover there was a card Here is the beautiful hand made card by Ellen Ellen kindly sent this t...
|View Cher's:||home||workshop||projects (4)||blog (7)||reviews (0)||forum topics (9)||buddies (64)||favorites (113)||activity log|
942 posts in 2559 days
Location: Rustenburg, South Africa
I have 3 grownup children, Tracy, Duncan and Megan and a husband called Henry who is my biggest sponser. I started out by sanding down old furniture, I loved the feel of the wood when it was all cleaned up. My first real piece of machinery was a router which Henry bought for me 8 years ago. That has proved to be the most versatile piece of equipment. So having a router, a sanding machine, a ruler and a pencil I made my first project. It started out by being a wine rack but when it was finished it looked so insignificant that I built a whole cabinet and inserted the wine rack inside (photo to follow). When I had finished this cabinet Henry bought me a table saw which I didnt like because it wasnt a good quality and to me wasnt safe. So after much debate I got a Festool plunge saw and Festool table. For birthdays, anniversaries and Mother's day the children & my dear Mother who sadly passed away 3 weeks ago, buy sand paper for gifts for me, I inturn make them furniture. Oh yes Ive got the Festool RO 150 sanding machine (the sand paper is rather pricey). I have made a lot of bookshelves for all the woodworking books. My work shop is complete I have all that I need only thing I have found out, you can never have enough clamps and hands.
-- When you know better you do better.
Latest Activity | view all »
|replied on||Joke Of The Day||12-02-2016 07:44 PM|
|replied on||Joke Of The Day||07-01-2016 11:46 AM|
|commented on||moving up||09-26-2015 06:25 AM|
|replied on||10 Years in Woodworking, and Why I Remember That||08-18-2015 08:35 PM|
|commented on||Another Coin Case||08-11-2015 10:13 AM|
|commented on||Bloodwood Box||06-02-2015 06:24 PM|
|commented on||SHOP ALONG #18: the beat goes on||11-16-2014 03:31 PM|
|commented on||SHOP ALONG #18: the beat goes on||11-16-2014 03:13 PM|
|commented on||SHOP ALONG #14: just go for it||06-20-2014 06:29 PM|
|replied on||Happy Father's Day||06-15-2014 02:02 PM|
|commented on||Platter in Claro Walnut||01-18-2014 01:26 PM|
|commented on||SHOP ALONG #10: scotty, beam me down a skyhook, please||01-18-2014 01:01 PM|
|commented on||thank you from your father||12-14-2013 10:42 AM|
|commented on||SHOP ALONG #4: odyssey - some up some down||08-25-2013 03:07 PM|
|commented on||SHOP ALONG #3: after the angels left||05-26-2013 10:16 AM|
Latest Projects | view all 4 »
Latest Blog Entries | view all 7 »
Here is the the drawing of the pedestals please feel free to have your say These are the tops. I have been sanding and sanding and sanding. This one is half way done. This one is finished. Here is a close up of what the edges ...
I started working on these boards last year, they are for the bedside pedestals. I don’t know the name of the the wood but I do know it is very hard. I have spent the last 3 days sanding these boards and I have gone through sand paper faste...
I have a book called ‘Collins complete Wood Workers Manual’ It has helped a bit but not much. I looked in there for a kerfmaker, it tells what kerf means but not how to use one. I did watch the video maybe it should have been explained...
Can anyone please help me to organize my workshop, I feel embarrassed to put up photos of what it currently looks like. Almost every time I go in there to get something (salt for the pool) it is like an obstacle course, my husband uses it for a du...