I made my own lathe tools using 5/8” aluminum bar stock. You can see the previous posts about them here….http://lumberjocks.com/JoeinGa/blog/54554 http://lumberjocks.com/JoeinGa/blog/52914..Several folks have asked me how the alumi...
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Jack of all trades, master of none. Woodworker extraordinaire? Oh no, that's not me! More like Wood-BUTCHER extraordinaire. I can turn $100 worth of oak into sawdust with the best of them !
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Some of you do read my drivel, so this is a follow up to the Arts Fair I went to this past weekend. I’ve posted before that I really don’t have much interest in sitting out in the sun for a day or two trying to sell the bowls and thin...
So tomorrow I’m heading across the state to join my daughter who has got a booth at an “Arts-N-Craps” fair. I’ll be bringing a few more birdhouses and 7 or 8 bowls with me to add to the inventory. These are what I’ve...
First off, a big LJs “THANK YOU” to David ( http://lumberjocks.com/LRS ) for the idea. I TOLD you I was gonna steal it! :-) Here’s the one David made…http://lumberjocks.com/projects/236282... This is what I did las...
I really like the way the colors of the maple and cedar compliment each other. So here’s a couple more that I put the final finish coat on yesterday. Each of them is approximately 9.5” across and 3” tall. I’ll be sending t...