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Pen Turners' Swap #2 #11: Last stop on the tour!

2128 days ago by itsme_timd | 26 comments »

The box made it to rb765 today! Unfortuanately Ron (bigguy) had to ship it off a little quicker than expected – his job has kept him running the last few weeks. He did manage to get a bullet pen and add a few blanks to the box before sending it along. The map: Soooo… we’re about to wrap this round up! Once it gets back to me I’ll go through everything and get us a fresh box, then we’ll get Round 3 going. If you’re interested please PM me and l...

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Halloween Challenge with Lee Valley #3: And The Winners Are...

2095 days ago by Martin Sojka | 7 comments »

Halloween Challenge: LumberJocks | HomeRefurbers | GardenTenders 13 projects have been entered into our Halloween Challenge and I’m very pleased to announce the winners of the prize draw: $50 gift card → Steelmum Leather apron plane holster → mjon Lee Valley cap → jeffthewoodwacker Congratulations! ————————————————————R...

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12/27/08

2040 days ago by russty | 2 comments »

Just new to Bloging, I think i am to just wright so hear i go and no i cant spell Some days i am just to tired to stand in the shop and work. I work as a Cook and love my job but i do work hard

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Hope / Blanket Chest #2: Setup - Router Bits

2024 days ago by KasperShop | 0 comments »

This would be my frist attempt at making raised panel doors, so I was a bit nervous and unsure how this would go. Before the christmas break in 2008, I researched some router bits and found the Freud 97-108 bit set. I went over to Rockler and talked to them and they said this bit set is excellent! The person in line behind me said he has them and highly recommends them. I just love them. They make a very professional looking panel and I was soooo impressed at how easy making raised panel ...

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Grizzly Here I come!!! #1: The Plan...

1982 days ago by Kevin Wilson | 9 comments »

Well kids, It’s been a long time in the making but this weekend I’m off to the Grizzly Woodworking Store in Muncy, PA. I’ve been there once before, and I gotta tell you if you’ve never been, it’s a real treat! The store is huge and loaded down with tools. My father-in law (Grampa Knapp) is going, of course. He wouldn’t miss it, and I’m very glad to have something like this I can share with him. And somewhere in all that loveliness is a jointer ...

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my new shop #1: my new shop

1949 days ago by wooleywoodsmith | 3 comments »

as some of you might know we are moving. Its a good move but never the less it is a move. We are very fortunate to work for the mgmt co that oversees our new place. Fortunate in the fact that we can get into the place before we move in. Our actual move in date is May first and it is vacant now. Our new house is a side by side duplex, 2bedroom 1 3/4 bath with a mostly finished basement. The previous tenents really trashed the place big thyme so there are alot of new repairs being done. ...

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The saga continues

1912 days ago by sw_iowa_sawyer | 10 comments »

Ok as promised I will pick up the story where I left off ala cliffhanger.The walnut log is now on the saw and ready to make some decisions about how to cut it.Here is the butt view of the log looks like about a 20” log not huge but a nice size to work with.Now the hard part comes on the other end, normally you cut crotch logs with the Y or V laying flat on the saw like a pair of pants on a table. The two branch stubs look like the folks of a river and you just cut through and through an...

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WHAT'S UP? "While I'm out in my Shop". #9: Installing Oak Parquet flooring.

1894 days ago by Dick, & Barb Cain | 16 comments »

One of the main reasons I put the new slatwall system in my shop, was because my Son brought me some Parquet flooring he had salvaged from his job. He couldn’t see throwing it in a dumpster, so he brought it to his “Dumpster Dad”. I couldn’t put down a fancy floor without doing something to the rest of the shop. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~I laid some out to see what it would look like. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~...

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Sold an item at the craft mall

1870 days ago by Rustic | 5 comments »

Hey guys and gals Checked my booth this weekend and was suprized to find out that we had actually sold one of our games. Hopefully this is the start of something good. I am still working on a few items for the booth. Just thought that I would keep you updated. Rick

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Possible Inlay Project - Suggestions??

1867 days ago by Derrek LeRouax | 3 comments »

So, I am in the process of a myriad of “home” projects (shelves in kids rooms, re-finishing painted furniture, attic shelves, etc…), and have been spending my free time trying to figure out my next project. I am big on “form follows function”, so I want any project I endevor on to serve a purpose. I also want to continue my journey in woodworking, so I want to try something I have never done before, hence INLAYS. I have seen some great projects with even bette...

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