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Myrtle Anniversary Shaker Table #14: ?Curve the upright?

11-06-2010 10:01 AM by DoctorDan | 3 comments »

I’ve got the legs together now. I feel the upright is a little thick. I’m thinking of bowing the sides with a gentle curve of about 1-1.5cm in from each side. What are peoples thoughts? I thought to centre it or have it off centre opposite to where the stretcher tennon will come through.

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Progressing Forward

12-13-2010 04:17 AM by matt garcia | 7 comments »

Well it finally wamed up enough around here to do some glue ups. I got my feet made and glued up, and attached them to the base. Then I routed the edge of the base, and made the transition moulding and glued that. Now a mother cold front has come through, and it looks like it might freeze tonight!! Good thing I got busy in the shop yesterday. I also went to Clark’s for some secondary lumber. It must have been my lucky day Saturday!! When I arrived at Clark’s, first thing ...

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Table saw comparison: Ridgid r4512 vs. Ridgid 3650

12-27-2010 12:45 AM by Furnitude | 1 comment »

http://furnitude.blogspot.com/2010/12/table-saw-comparison-ridgid-r4512-vs.html

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what i've been doing #7: im a idiot when it comes to design

01-10-2011 02:20 AM by Dave | 2 comments »

My lid for my bench has a large knot hole with a check in it. So I had put some filler in it and have been waiting for over a week for it to dry.Its still damp.So I went to work on the joinery on the rails. I had a fellow lj make a suggestion that the layout of the tails did not give the appearance of hand cut. So I cut them off and chose a tighter layout.The new layout was almost to tight for my 1/8 chisel to get through. I still haven’t got used to the way my new saw tracks.Now I have...

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Spice Rack

02-28-2011 07:41 PM by Jerrymaxx | 2 comments »

This is a project that my wife had been bugging me to make for months. It was made specifically for an otherwise unusable space. Easy to make and made from nothing but wood scraps. The bottom bin is for onions and the top bin is for potatoes. Needless to say she was pleased with the outcome and as you can see every square inch of shelf space is occupied.

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Chippendale Cabinet Project #10: The Doors

03-12-2011 03:13 AM by William | 10 comments »

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Preparing for an exhibition #1: - My finishing marathon

03-24-2011 10:17 PM by Div | 27 comments »

I feel like a piece of steel wool. My arms are tired, my fingers are numb. My shop is strewn with rags, bottles and tins of various potions, pieces of sandpaper, wads of steel wool, coffee mugs and the odd scraper. Pieces of furniture stand everywhere. I have been sanding and rubbing and oiling and rubbing and oiling and polishing and waxing and polishing all week. The light at the end of the tunnel is faintly becoming visible… Anyone in his right mind will build a piece of furniture...

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My Journey As A Scroll Saw Pattern Designer #305: Back in Saratoga Springs

04-06-2011 03:33 AM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 4 comments »

Hi, everybody! We drove most of Monday and half a day today and are back in the Albany/Saratoga Springs area. We arrived here around 1pm and had a nice lunch at Olive Garden restaurant. I haven’t eaten there in ages and love their soup. We then took the afternoon to go through the large shopping mall nearby and just bummed around a bit. It was the first time we really had some slow time since we left two weeks ago and we just enjoyed it. It rained pretty hard all day yesterday...

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1954 craftsman 12" bandsaw restoration

05-03-2011 04:15 AM by emart | 3 comments »

about 5 weeks ago i bought an old bandsaw for $100 and have just finished restoring it. originally it had a 1/3 horse motor but it appears that some time in the 60s someone replaced it with a 1 horse motor. here it is after i brought it home and cleaned the table i used a wire brush then proceeded to treat it with linseed oil and then johnson wax just to make sure it wont rust again for a while i also set to work taking it all apart and checking everything as well as oiling the uppe...

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My Journey As A Scroll Saw Pattern Designer #378: Odds and Ends

06-22-2011 12:19 PM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 5 comments »

Boy, I got a lot of little stuff out of the way yesterday. You know those days – where there are a ton of small things to do and it seems like they just get in the way of moving ahead. I like days like that because when all is said and done, it feels like you accomplished quite a bit. I even thought through the next project that I am going to be working on today. I got a newsletter out. It was the second one that I sent in June, but it seemed that there was enough new stuff and p...

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