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LUBERJOSKS........................ZILLA

06-07-2014 06:40 AM by S4S | 11 comments »

I was just about to leave when I spotted this marquetry piece . I turned it over and I saw a price tag with75 $ and 25$ marked below . I walked down a few steps and showed the marquetry piece and asked “How much ” ? . She replied cheerfully ” Twenty five cents , everything has gotta go ” . She explained that they were just cleaning house , and decided to bring the items they were going to throw away to sell at the Market . They said they were leavi...

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ScrollSaw Information and Resources #64: Magazine Subcriptions

07-24-2014 01:05 PM by jerrells | 5 comments »

I take both of the major Scroll saw magazines and have for many years. We recently noticed what we thought was an overpayment issue on our part so we contacted the magazine. We were informed the our subscription was not done DIRECTLY through them but through an unauthorized third part company that the have no connection with. In face they post, on their website a disclaimer, that unless you are mailing to a certain address that you are not dealing directly with them. Now we were getting wh...

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Sgabello di Fossacesia #1: Make a Chair From an Oar

08-14-2014 03:17 AM by Woodbridge | 7 comments »

Last summer my cousin gave me an old oar and asked if I could use it for one of my projects. It was about eight feet long. I new immediately that I could easily use the oar for one of my chair projects. It fits exactly with the type of chair I like to build – three legs with a tall slender back. Now there is some family history associated with this oar. My mother immigrated to Canada in 1949 with her parents, four sisters and brother. Her father’s brother, wife and seven...

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Musings of a Middle School Shop Teacher #1: Introduction

09-29-2014 07:16 PM by WoodGuyScott | 15 comments »

There are days that I’m happy that, despite the majority of my school’s curriculum switching to engineering fundamentals, that I’m a shop teacher. There are other days that I’m really happy that I get to teach my “Manufacturing Technology” a.k.a. wood shop classes. You see, what I see happening to the world of education is a tragic spiral of suppression. We are being made to teach every student the same content, to expect the same measure of success, t...

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My Journey As A Creative Designer - Woodworking and Beyond #1430: Site Update In Progress

10-23-2014 11:22 AM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 2 comments »

Lately we have been trying to keep updating our site about every two weeks. It seems with the holiday season approaching, we have lots of new things and we don't like to overwhelm everyone with too many new choices at a time. I guess it is a good problem to have. Since I do more painting things, they tend to take a little longer to complete than the scrolling patterns that I do. And even when I do scroll pieces, I like to offer different 'versions' so that our customers can c...

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My lathe journeys. #2: Bowl #2, much improvement

11-15-2014 03:43 PM by JoeinGa | 9 comments »

Ok, so I’m thinking that I’m REALLY gonna like turning stuff on a lathe. My first attempt was ok, but in my opinion not great. LOTS of errors that hopefully I learned from. Which is what we’re SUPPOSED to do, right? So here’s bowl #2. This one is from some 4/4 maple that someone gave me. I started with four 8” X 8” blanks glued together, and added two 6” squares to use as a mount for the faceplate. Next was to cut ‘em into a kinda-sorta circl...

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Woodworking without power tools...

01-15-2007 09:29 PM by Ethan Sincox | 7 comments »

... or lights or heat or a sump pump – that’s not really how far back I’d like to take my traditional woodworking experiences, to be honest with you. I have a hard enough time removing power tools from the equation. I’m afraid I’m quite used to some of today’s modern conveniences. So for the past few days, while Mother Nature once again proved her superiority, I’ve been worrying more about whether or not my basement is going to flood and if my pi...

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'This Old Crack House' #6: I’m the one wearing the stupid-shirt

03-01-2007 04:03 AM by Dusty | 8 comments »

We agreed he would start promptly at 7AM. After all, he is a professional carpenter and only does this on the side so he can buy more toys. That’s what he told me, if you remember. Its 7:45 AM. I am sure he’s stuck in traffic, I keep telling myself, even though its early Saturday morning and there is no traffic. 8:15AM. Third cup of coffee; I notice the hand jitters. I convince myself it’s just the excitement of beginning the new construction project. I also decide that he ...

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"Rites of a Debarking in Process" --by RusticWoodArt

04-01-2007 06:14 PM by frank | 4 comments »

”Rites of a Debarking in Process” And so on Saturday in the afternoon, I headed back out into the woods to get busy on some debarking of wood that has been sitting out, during the seasons, over the past 1-3 years. On some of the larger logs, I will usually let them sit, for sometimes up to three years out in the fields and forest, developing character and drying out before starting to work on them. Smaller pieces will range in time from 1-2 years and these are the ones I get...

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Just an idea

07-11-2007 10:19 AM by Dorje | 1 comment »

It just struck me that I would like to make some kind of till for my Japanese saws (that I primarily use for carpentry). I’m always nervous about bending the blades or chipping the teeth when throwing them (always set them on top of everything in my tool bag) in the bag with clamps, hammers, drill motors and the like. They’re protected by the cardboard sleeves they came in, but the idea of a long, narrow till, seems right to me. I’m thinking it would be nice to make it ...

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