Letting off from last entry, I had just finished gluing up the side panels. Now it was time to finally get the legs dimensioned. I planed all 4 sides of one of the legs, but decided it was way too much work to do it again 3 more times. So, I fi...
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I am a hand tool junkie. I love hand planes, hand saws, chisels. My favorite finish is aniline dyes (if I put colour into something), boiled linseed oil, and shellac. I love shellac. I don't like sanding. I avoid it.
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Its been a while since posting anything about hand saws, but all is not lost. I have been posting a blog entry every Friday on The Unplugged Woodshop. This past weeks entry was about hand sawing. More specifically, on stance and grip. I als...
Since getting the planes tuned up and working properly, I have been alternating between flattening the side panels and dimensioning the legs. Today I finally glued up the side panels. I used winding sticks and a straight edge to flatten the ba...
Since getting the #7 tuned up and finally sharpening the blade for my jack plane I have spent quite a bit of time planning the legs. My max size is 2 15/16. I have to flatten one side, then square up an edge; then square up and dimension the oth...
As the title of this entry states ’The things that must get done’. This is in reference to all the things that I knew I would need to do in order to complete certain tasks in the build. For example.. in the past I have always been ab...