In my first blog I milled everything up and started assembling leg sets. After that I got on a roll and forgot about the camera until the base was fully assembled. Everything is mortise and tenon. The bottom stretchers are also held to t...
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I am the owner of TruCraft Furniture, specializes in premium, handcrafted, artisan furniture.
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|commented on||Old English farmhouse table||01-24-2016 01:35 AM|
|commented on||Old English farmhouse table||01-22-2016 03:07 PM|
|added project||Old English farmhouse table||01-21-2016 08:52 PM|
|replied on||What's your favourite finish||01-13-2016 11:14 PM|
|replied on||Trying to achieve this finish||12-09-2015 09:09 PM|
|commented on||I love this stuff!||11-19-2015 04:57 PM|
|commented on||Simple over-blade dust collection solution||11-19-2015 04:52 PM|
|commented on||I love this stuff!||11-18-2015 05:01 PM|
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|commented on||I love this stuff!||11-17-2015 01:58 AM|
|posted review||I love this stuff!||11-16-2015 11:25 PM|
|replied on||What was your very first GOOD tool?||11-03-2015 07:25 PM|
|replied on||Epoxy for Filling Cracks?||10-22-2015 09:29 PM|
|replied on||How are these legs cut?||09-29-2015 02:26 PM|
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A recent Over-The-Post balustrade install with a starter step, end caps and a volute. In part 1 I installed my skirt boards, end caps and started my rail. Now to install the starter newel to the starter step. Newels and rail insta...
A recent Over-The-Post balustrade install with a starter step, end caps and a volute. This balustrade was a real challenge. Not because it was an OPT or a winder, but because the landings are at 45 degrees, and they are both set up different. ...
Felt like it was time for a bigger, better workbench. While putting together a lumber take-off at my usual lumberyard, I asked my rep if they had any scrap pieces of lvl. Well he did…... and then some. How about 2-8’x16” lv...