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Build a Kreg Keg Crate. Say that three times fast!

04-12-2010 10:14 PM by Stevinmarin | 31 comments »

Make a simple wood crate (with a special feature) in one day using the Kreg Jig. This one holds—important parts. It’s not quite a keg, but I just like the alliteration of the phrase “Kreg Keg Crate”.

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Drafting Desk #2: Ready for Finish!

04-12-2010 10:12 PM by HighRockWoodworking | 0 comments »

I have finally finished the woodworking part of the drafting desk and am now ready for the finishing. I believe it turning out pretty well. I do have a funny story about putting the top together. I have said before that usually work on larger boards up at my fathers shop in North Carolina. I decided to make the top up there as it would be easier to make and my wife and I were driving up for the weekend from Atlanta anyway. I had all of the boards for the top jointed and the biscuits cu...

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You can never....

04-12-2010 10:11 PM by Troy | 5 comments »

  …have enough clamps. Every woodworker in the world knows this.   Previous collection I certainly don’t have enough; not even close.   The Problem Recently, in an attempt to speed up production in the shop, I’ve noticed the lack of clamps was slowing me down significantly. Even though I was initially adverse to working on more than one project at a time, it’s quickly became necessary. More clamps So this morning, after a nice relaxing b...

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The Wine Rack #3: Design finalized... off to the lumber store

04-12-2010 10:00 PM by Todd Clare | 4 comments »

After good feedback from all of you and my father-in law, the design is finalized. The rack will hold 10 bottles, and will have thru tenons where the racks meet the side assemblies. Here’s the overall view, with the thru tenons. Still trying to decide if I like them at two different sizes or if I want to shoulder the back ones so they’re uniform… comments please? The view with the legs removed to show the joinery: Off to the wood store, hopefully today....

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Getting there!

04-12-2010 08:35 PM by SilasCrutherton | 2 comments »

So I now have two quite nicely stained bookshelves! This being the first time I have EVER stained any wood IN MY LIFE, I think there are a few places where it is a little uneven, but I learned a lot. They got two coats of a “cherry” stain, so they are nice and dark. Just where I wanted them in the first place. I have some lacquer to put on them this afternoon. That should be a nice touch, and then it’s wall mounting time! I really am very new at this woodworking thi...

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This is what it's all about

04-12-2010 07:39 PM by Heath | 16 comments »

When I gave the first bandaw box that I made to my wife, my little girl (she’ll be 4 in July) specifically requested a heart shaped box. That became a ”red heart shaped box.” She hasn’t stopped asking me about her “red heart shaped box” since. I finally got to make it for her yesterday and gave it to her right after her bath. I’ve had projects I was proud of before. But nothing like this. And the pride didn’t come my craftsmanship on the ...

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Cutting board build blog.

04-12-2010 04:10 PM by Sinister | 31 comments »

I recently uploaded pictures of a cutting board ( and several fellow LJs asked me to show how it was put together. Subsequently, Patron quickly deduced the process and wrote a nice blog showing the step by step process for how to achieve the pattern. I encourage anyone who is interested to take a look because he has some nice pictures outlining the process. I thought I would add a short amendment to his blog de...

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"Hobbit Holes in MyWorld" --by RusticWoodArt #70: Wood Studies and....

04-12-2010 03:15 PM by frank | 8 comments »

Wood Studies and…. ….wood studies and stopping to take a break,english decides to follow me around for a bit,but soon discovers there’s more to wood studies,that meets the eye of a feline in the grip of the moment….—by flp ——————————————————————————————————&#...

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Amateur Hour #1: Mortise and Tenon Joinery

04-12-2010 05:28 AM by agartzke | 4 comments »

Just got up from the shop (mine’s in the basement) and thought I’d post my first blog entry. I’ve been thinking about it for a while, but the mortise and tenon joints I was working on gave me the kick I needed! A little background first. I live near Milwaukee and the weather is JUST beginning to turn nice, so during this season, I sort of mix it up between landscaping, woodworking (furniture) and remodeling (1926 bungalow – always needs work). I’ve been woodwo...

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Extremely Average #100: Reaching the 100 mark.

04-12-2010 04:22 AM by Ecocandle | 5 comments »

Hello Lumberjocks, Tonight I just want to thank everyone who has been so helpful and supportive in my journey into woodworking. I can’t believe that it has been 100 days since I first started these daily ramblings. I have gotten better at woodworking over that time, though I am still a complete novice. I would like to think that I have gotten better as a writer as well. Both writing and woodworking are fun. Tonight’s blog was more of an exercise in creative writing than a ...

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