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Novice Rambling Quickie #3: Managing Time

05-17-2010 06:17 AM by NewPickeringWdWrkr | 1 comment »

A little on my struggle to manage time, projects and patience. >>May 25 Edit – I have gone back and copied the entire post over.<< —Time is a cruel task master. While most things happens in its own time, I remember reading that man has this obsessive need to compartmentalize it into many segments. Milena, centuries, decades, years, months, days, etc. It’s been 3 hours since I had dinner. 16 days to the 5th year anniversary of meeting my wife. A sidereal day is 23...

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04-02-2014 05:19 PM by DeLayne Peck | 5 comments »

No longer listed on Craigslist.

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• Fr. Chad's Prie Dieu #3: Barley Twist Split Spindle

08-20-2017 05:18 PM by Ron Aylor | 6 comments »

Barley Twist Split Spindle - With most woodworking projects, especially hand tool projects, consistency is a challenge in and of itself. The mirror image barley twist proved no exception. After several hours in the file box, back and forth with chisel, rasp, and file, I feel like perhaps I achieved the proverbial close enough!  Although slightly off in spots, I think the mirror image accent pieces will turn out just fine.  At least … I’m happy with the results! Also, I do believe ...

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Small Shop projects

06-15-2015 12:26 AM by Matt Lane | 4 comments »

This week I took care of a lot of small projects in my shop that I’ve been putting off! YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYINLjwGkuU

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Ever Had One Of Those Days!!!!!!!!!!!!

10-03-2011 01:30 AM by GaryD | 6 comments »

O.k. Weather is finally cooperating so that I can get back in the shop. All th family matters are taken care of, in other words, I have time to go to the shop and build some picture frames for a co-worker. Okay, not a really big project, but time in the shop is great anytime you can get it. Okay so go out there and get the wood ready, get my measurements, ahh the sound of the table saw running. Start trimming the tongue and groove off the wood and then was going to spit the wood into tw...

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Double plane box #3: Double plane box #3:

09-29-2014 10:12 PM by Michael Anthony Zelonis | 1 comment »

Grooves for planes cut, dividers and inserts dry fit with planes….... Glued and clamped…. Insetting hinges.

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Grandfather Clock

02-09-2011 11:07 PM by Daniel Barnes | 10 comments »

First I want to start by saying that I have not been on here in over a year. Well I have been pretty busy. My wife became pregnant with TWINS. The pregnancy went great and we were blessed with 2 very healthy boys. Henry Edward and Gavin Thomas were born 21 Dec 2010. They just turned a year old. Also in Aug. I started attending a Cabinet Making/ woodworking class for the next two years. It is at a technical school about 30 min away. I decided to take this class to sharpen my skills as ...

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60,000,000 Year-Old Stalagmite Display Stand #3: Made the Front Page

07-25-2014 10:41 PM by OttoH | 2 comments »

Got to love free advertising, today I made the front page of the Black Hills Pioneer for the stalagmite stand I built. The article was rather large with the first half dedicated to Wonderland Cave and the second half dedicated to my shop and the things I make. Right now I am a very happy woodworker.

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My Journey As A Creative Designer - Woodworking and Beyond #970: I've Got Your Number

02-26-2013 12:24 PM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 4 comments »

I should have been a banker. Well – not really, but it truly amazes me how much money they charge to do what most would consider self-service. As I think about the evolution of banking over the past 15 years or so, one thing that stood out to me is that we are doing more of our own account management ourselves (via online banking, etc.) yet we are paying more for these services than we did when we actually interacted with that dying breed of bank employees called “tellers.̶...

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Extremely Average #219: I made another jig

08-10-2010 04:56 AM by Ecocandle | 8 comments »

Hello LJ’s, Today I made a jig to hold my belt sander upside down for detail work. I love building jigs. It is fun and when the jig is done, I have a new way to do woodworking. I love this stuff. I named my belt sander today, and did some other fun stuff too. http://su.pr/2CrLCs Brian

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