Over the last week I have made two quick sticking boards to be able to plane grooves in small boards. The first one was just a small one for my marking gauge project. Then when I was working on the cover for my Stanley 45 box I needed to make more grooves and the first little sticking board was too short so I made another quick and easy one so I could make my grooves.
Since I eventually will be making my own moldings (as soon as I clean up and sharpen my molding planes) I figured I should make a sticking board that will be useful for that job too. This is just a simple project but it should be useful for a while.
I used an old pine board for the base and a piece of poplar for the fence. I cut some grooves in the base and used some bolts with wing nuts to make the fence adjustable. A row of screws at the end o the jig keep everything from falling on the floor when planing. With this jig I can now work with boards up to 48” long and up to 4” wide.
-- Greg in Ontario, Canada