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Coffee table progress

09-08-2015 01:33 PM by JLay | 0 comments »

This is my coffee table progress. I have to still make the drawers and stain it. Also I am going to add grout in between the white tiles.

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Please don't post!

02-22-2007 09:40 PM by oscorner | 2 comments »

Please don’t post a blog if you just want to see yourself write and don’t want anyone else to comment. Granted there are blogs that don’t lend themselves to a comment or an exchange of informaton. I may be off my rocker with this, but it’s all I can do to cool down my Coonass blood after a recent comment made after(what I thought was genuine participation) was quelled with a desire to nip it. Rest assured that any blog I post welcomes the input and ideas from all Lu...

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My Journey As A Creative Designer - Woodworking and Beyond #1620: New Products on our Site!

09-12-2015 11:06 AM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 6 comments »

I am going to write a quick blog today, because I wanted you all to know that we did a site update yesterday afternoon. We have some new patterns available for you and those who may want to start some new projects over the weekend. Keith has two new patterns this time around. His first is a beautiful layered cross, with two different patterns for the backer. He calls it SLDK610 - Faith, Hope and Love Cross.His other plaque is a large sectional word plaque of The Lord's Prayer. (SLDK4...

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Thorsen House Table

03-29-2007 12:06 AM by Zuki | 11 comments »

Got my PW e-news and seen this contest. Signed up here right away . . . not quite sure how to use this site and this is my FIRST EVER blog. My mind is racing already. Gotta warm up the DW616.

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first of the year #1: candle holder

09-14-2015 04:12 PM by Andymac7 | 0 comments »

For my first project of this year, i made a candle holder. i face glued four species of wood together, and cut a ten inch long piece of wood in half to make two five inch pieces. things i learned was that you don’t need to glue so many pieces of wood together to make it look bulky. overall it turned out nice

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Good Intentions ..... Slow Start

05-01-2007 12:40 AM by RobH | 4 comments »

Well, this weekend I was going to get out in the shop with the camera and start snapping before and after pictures of the cleanup job I was doing in the shop. I thought it might make a good blog series. I still do, and I still plan to get started sometime. The problem is that we really made no progress toward the organization part of the cleanup. In fact, we made it a little worse. My wife wanted to get a freezer for the garage, and we picked one up last week. When we got it into place...

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Building a KARA Hummer Layout Duck Boat #25: Fabricating the Dog Blind Frame

09-16-2015 10:12 PM by DustyMark | 0 comments »

Overview The only portion of the boat remaining to be covered is the dog blind area in the stern of the cockpit. Copper is pretty small, so I didn’t leave him a whole lot of room to “nest.” The height is just enough for my head to clear when I sit up. Copper can lay down or sit with his head lowered. Allowing him full seated head clearance would defeat the purpose of a layout boat. Construction I built the frame from 3/4” aluminum tubing and bimini fit...

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Ridgid TS3650 Router Table Extension #2: Good Progress, Almost Done

09-20-2015 08:32 PM by jonah | 1 comment »

I had a bit of time at the end of this week to finish up most of the router table extension I’m building for my Ridgid TS3650. I got the lip routed out for the lift to sit on, though that ended up being relatively annoying to get precise. I used the edge guide on my plunge router, but I tend to have a hard time holding the thing completely steady and flat when I use the edge guide. There are a few spots where I went past the line because I tipped the router by accident. I’m honest...

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Re-purposing Wood or What To Do When You Simply HAVE To Cut Something

09-23-2015 01:56 AM by Mark Wilson | 11 comments »

About a year ago, at least, I cut a Black Walnut board in two, turned one side 90 degrees and glued them together, so I’d have a nice thick piece to work with. I drilled a bunch of holes in it, cut it into a triangle, profiled the edges, and stuck it back in the box from whence it came, because I didn’t feel like making the pegs. (Short aside: After I finished this thing, I was walking in the house carrying it, talking to my Really Big Thithter in Montana on the phone. She asked w...

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Just saying hello to all

08-09-2007 09:04 AM by Jeff | 5 comments »

Well I am new to Lumberjosks and am a novic woodworker just working around the house. I have done a few projects that I have sold to people, but I don’t think that I am good enough yet to be comfortable selling my stuff to just anyone. I just wanted say thank you for welcoming me to your group and I hope to learn a few things to improve my woodworking abilities. And just maybe I can share a few things with all of you in return. Thanks Jeff B.

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