I didn’t take too many pictures on the day that I built the door frame. This is particularly because it was the first time that I made a frame using half lap joints and I completely hate them and never want to use them again because they mak...
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|added project||Eucalyptus jewelry cabinet made for my wife's Christmas present||92 days ago|
|added project||Not every project is fine furniture. Making use of scraps||114 days ago|
|commented on||Prototype saw handle||144 days ago|
|commented on||Handmade handle of new ideas||144 days ago|
|added project||New saw handle and wooden try squares||145 days ago|
|commented on||Dovetailed Poplar Bookshelf||160 days ago|
|added project||Dovetailed Poplar Bookshelf||161 days ago|
|added project||6 new jigs / appliances / etc from the past few weeks||163 days ago|
|commented on||Tool chest inspired by NBSS chest on "Rough Cut"||176 days ago|
|added project||Tool chest inspired by NBSS chest on "Rough Cut"||176 days ago|
|added project||Night stand / 3-drawer chest in red oak||176 days ago|
|commented on||Mobile table saw cart / cabinet||179 days ago|
|commented on||Lap desk finally finished.... made from free scraps.||179 days ago|
|commented on||Small box||565 days ago|
|commented on||Several new shop improvements + an "oops" moment||575 days ago|
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As I got further into the build process, I found myself really starting to fly by the seat of my pants. I really had a lot of fun working on the tool holders. This was the design process: grab the next tool, look at it a bit, pass it from one hand...
While the pieces for the back were clamped / glued up, I spent some time practicing hand cut through dovetails for my next project. I had cut some where between 6 – 12 single tail practice dovetails off an on over the past 6 months or so. I&...
When I first started working on my Roubo workbench, I was given the advice to buy 2×12 lumber, rip the sides off to use to laminate the top, and then toss the pith section from the middle into the scrap bin. Needless to say, I ended up with a...
I’ve slowly built my hand tool arsenal up over the past year. Unfortunately, I didn’t have anywhere to put most of my new tools. I saw an article in the last issue of ShopNotes for a tool cabinet and it sparked my interest. I was origi...