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The Masters Slave #1: Making Any Board Straight

09-19-2014 04:36 PM by Obed | 2 comments »

I recently responded to a friends post about her top 10 books. As in most cases they were recent authors and texts published within the last 20 years or so. So I asked her about what I call, “Old Dead Guys” and listed off a few of them.AthenasiusAugustineJohn CalvinJonathan EdwardsJohn BunyanJohn OwenJoseph CarylBB WarfieldBlaise PascalAlbert BarnesMartin Lloyd-JonesJohn GillCharles Spurgeonand a few others that I could remember in the moment, leaving many aside due to severe brai...

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FANTASY MARQUETRY #12: Nearing the Finish Line

09-19-2014 02:35 PM by stefang | 26 comments »

You might be wondering why there hasn’t been a post on this blog for some time. I have just been occupied with, you guessed it, garden work and getting our outdoor stuff stored for the winter, but I did manage to get most of the repairs and finishing touches done on my Wizard marquetry and even managed to get it into my veneer press today. So here is what I did after the initial cutting on my Chevalet. Repairs, repairs and repairsYou might remember that I had the pattern coming off ...

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“Strap On Ye Cutlass, An’ Get Ye Sea Legs On…”

09-19-2014 01:47 PM by handsawgeek | 4 comments »

“The scurviest band of blackguards to ever sails before the mast, we be!…” -An Anonymous Pirate This week’s blog post is not entirely related to woodworking. Why? Because it is all about my favorite day in September, of course: International Talk Like A Pirate Day !! I always prepare for this much-anticipated event with my annual reading of “Treasure Island” and visiting the TLAP sites on the Wonderful World Wide Web. The week leading up to the ‘big day’ finds me brushing up o...

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Custom Wood Sign Progress

09-19-2014 11:49 AM by Scott | 0 comments »

For this particular wooden sign, I made a stencil for the inner profile and routed by hand. I then routed all the recess area by hand. Tough on the hands, but its a lot faster then the CNC. At least my CNC machine :) Thanks for lookingCustom Wood Signs by Scott, Lazy River Studio

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My Journey As A Scroll Saw Pattern Designer #1406: More New Things - Time for a Little Break

09-19-2014 11:44 AM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 4 comments »

Yesterday was another full and busy day.  Not only did we finish updating our site, but I finished creating my pattern packet as well for the SLDP225 MUD Witches Boots.  It may sound silly to many, but I am really proud of not only the design, but also the pattern packet itself. I truly feel it was one of my best efforts and was quite an accomplishment for me to make. It isn't that the project is particularly difficult. As a matter of fact, I believe it is very easy. But...

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Bowl Making! - Showing off some of our new toys in action!! #15: Massive Manzanita! - The pallet arrived the project begins!

09-19-2014 08:56 AM by Eric M. Saperstein | 5 comments »

Well we got ourselves in about 800lbs of manzanita burl … root ball that is … California scrub tree … the golden state’s original ornamental wood. I plan to spin these into an assortment of bowls. I was hoping for a bit wetter but it is what is is the state of CA is in a drought and this is drying out EVERYTHING! So working with this has been a little more challenging and beating me up more than I would like but the results are coming out beautiful! And YES all w...

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Why buy it when you can make it! #13: Birthday Party Activity [Part 1] - 20 Duck push toys need lots and lots of wheels

09-19-2014 02:49 AM by paxorion | 5 comments »

With the break point in my dresser rehab project (waiting for a day when I can spray the paint top coat on the dresser), I got started on my daughter’s birthday party activity. Inspired by the Grasshopper pull toy posted by Marc Spagnoulo, I decided to adapt the idea as a birthday party activity for my daughter’s 3rd birthday. My wife and I are a more of the hands-on “make it” type amongst a pool of not so hands on friends. I suggested the idea to my wife that, R...

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Life as an Amateur Woodworker #27: Pipe Clamps!

09-19-2014 02:12 AM by PhilBello | 3 comments »

Our second winter of the year is definitely here, just as warm, but plenty of storms! So the Kiosk roof is on hold now, probably until November, when we are back to summer again. In the mean time, all woodwork came to a halt a little over a week ago, with the arrival of a new family member, a four legged one, we wanted a companion for our schnauzer, so took on a rescue dog, that had been abused, the first three days we thought it was the biggest mistake we had made, he is only a small coll...

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Chain saw milling....I hope...LOL! #1: The limbs just fell from my walnut tree...with a little help

09-19-2014 12:46 AM by DocSavage45 | 25 comments »

Those of you that have followed some of my ramblings know that I have a dream of harvesting the wood from the compost site in my county. I’m starting about 30 years too late but against some very excellent advice from some competent LJ’s last winter I purchased a 50 cc 20 inch Poulan Pro and a all steel construction chain saw mill from eBay. Dallas gave me some professional advice on what where when and how that I have been digesting. Being a Woosie I bought Kevlar chaps and ...

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Morris style glider #3: Cutlist 2.0

09-18-2014 08:48 PM by Orange008 | 0 comments »

After putting together my cutlist, I called up the lumber yard that I am getting the material from. They emailed me the latest price list for all their products. Seeing that you are charged extra for boards wider than 8”, I decided that going back to the cutlist to reorganize the pieces on 8” wide may benefit me. I had too much room left over on 9” wide pieces anyway, so fitting them onto 8” worked well (below), and I actually had less waste. I didn’t even hav...

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