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10-20-2015 07:03 AM

Something got the weekend! #Hallowood challenge - 0 replies

In case you have some spare shop time, there’s still over a week left to enter a Hallowe’en inspired woodworking project into my #Hallowood15. There are some great prizes up for grabs, but most of all it’s a chance to have a bit of seasonal fun. Maybe introduce a child or grandchild to the world of woodworking! Details on my...

06-21-2015 04:13 PM

Adding texture with a gouge? - 11 replies

Anyone out there have any tips when it comes to adding texture to a wooden project with a gouge?I’m making something out of English oak (Quercus robur), and want to create a texture contrast between the smooth planned surfaces and some chosen areas. The idea is to show the perfect emerging from the rough, or how nature reclaims man made pe...

06-20-2015 11:22 PM

What tool did you make in the shop? - 11 replies

I often make tools in my shop, either from scratch out by adapting something. So when it came to launch a new competition on my website and YouTube channel, I thought I’d see what other woodworkers were coming up with. #TOOLMake15 launched this week. There are prizes to be won, donated by Axminster Tools & Machinery, Timbecon, an...

06-17-2015 11:39 PM

#TOOLMake15 shop made tool competition just started - 0 replies

I’ve just launched a shop made tool contest on YouTube called #TOOLMake15.It would be great to have some of you enter, and for you to discuss some of the entries in this thread.You can also use the tread to ask questions about the competition. There are prizes from Axminster Tools and Machinery, “ ...

10-13-2013 05:34 PM

Help me to help you - Video Tutorials - 5 replies

Help me improve my video tutorials: Hi, my name is Mitch, and I’ve been working wood for years.Originally I was a power woodworker, but for the last decade I’ve concentrated much more on hand work and traditional practices.I’ve reached the point where I would like to share my skills with a wider audience, and have started to...

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