Today was my last day of staycation. I go back to work tomorrow, so my progress will be a little bit slower. I will just have to compensate by staying up later during the night. Last night I glued on some extra thickness onto the arm, this mo...
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Location: Calgary, Alberta
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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I only have a little bit of that slab left, just enough to make the rest of the larger parts of the chevy. I had to use my saw bench and a rip saw to cut them close to size. Then joint the faces and glue them together. The again, joint ...
I only had a little bit of time today, but I got done what I wanted… First… I swept up and vacuumed Marked out the mortises Then I used brace and bit to clean out most of the waste and then to the chisels Mark out the tenon...
Picking up from where I left off.. I marked out the shape of the seat, and used my Wenzloff rip saw to cut the sides away.. Wow… now that’s tracking a line! I could not tell at what angel the rear leg is beveled at, so I g...
Here is a small write up and brief description of how I do my double bevel sea shells. A note before I start:This is how I do it. In no way shape or form am I saying this is the way to do it. There are tons, and tons of ways to do this stuff,...