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Dresser/Changing Table #1: Starting Out

01-30-2011 12:21 PM by riverb | 2 comments »

For my first real project I am building a 9 drawer dresser for my unborn daughter. It is solid mahogany with birch ply drawers.

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FIRST LOVE IS NEVER FORGOTTEN

01-30-2011 12:39 AM by Dilo Marcio Fernandino | 6 comments »

Dear Fellows, In 1965 I was a teenager beginning my lonely track to woodcarving. My first set of tools was composed by three Sorsakoski bevel-edged firmer chisels made in Finland, which became my carving tools for many years. I was fortunate enough to have bought those Sorsakoski by chance, once because of its superb quality steel (some people say they are made from the same Swedish steel of the famous Berg chisels), also due to their elegant and bal...

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Facets, the Next Logical Step #10: Finishing Touches and a Few Extra Photos

01-30-2011 12:02 AM by shipwright | 8 comments »

Finally everything is finished except to finish it all. This project, like the last one had special finishing challenges. Because of the dyeing technique, the finished surface couldn’t be sanded as much as one might like to have done prior to applying finish without adversely affecting the dyed areas. To deal with this I used multiple layers of first a quite high build water based polyurethane, followed by several coats of wipe on poly until I was happy. So for several days the regimen ...

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From the "Little Good Pieces" Blog Archives #7: Sauce Packet Bin - Part 1

01-29-2011 11:59 PM by TheGravedigger | 0 comments »

This article was first posted on the Little Good Pieces blog on September 29, 2010. While I was starting my planning for the toilet cabinet, it occurred to me that I first needed to build an outfeed table for the new tablesaw. As I was shifting gears to start on THAT, my wife reminded me that we needed some way to organize the sauce flavoring packets that were trying to take over the pantry. Sigh The need should be apparent from the above photo. What I envisioned was some sort ...

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Wood Gloat (almost)

01-29-2011 10:04 PM by Don | 5 comments »

The power company had to cut down my Cedar tree because it had overgrown an access gate and they couldn’t get into it. Before I had a chance to ask them to leave it in 10’ logs so I could get it milled they had it cut into firewood lengths. :( So if you see me posting a ton of small Cedar jewelry boxes next year you’ll know why … Or maybe I’ll finally buy a lathe and turn some big bowls.

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01-29-2011 09:06 PM by stefang | 7 comments »

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Sunday another very good day

01-29-2011 08:47 PM by Diggerjacks | 9 comments »

Hello my friends This is not a wood information but another of my passion The Hand Ball and today sunday will be another beautiful day France against Danemark for the final I Love this sport ( I’ve played it during 20 years) Tomorrow France can put another line on his hand ball history France is champion of the worldFrance is champion of europeFrance is olympic champion And tomorrow ??? Be many and many to see this final and show that there is a good sport other th...

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Internet Woodworker Podcast and Video #3: iWW Short Update 1 - Rockler Gift Card

01-29-2011 07:04 PM by Shawn Sealer | 1 comment »

My prize for The Sawdust Chronicles Fall 2009 Build Challenge. Here is what I Got

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You might get a kick out of this

01-29-2011 06:59 PM by Chelios | 5 comments »

I ran across this while looking for design ideas on the net. Needless to say it sure does look ergonomical. Maybe the next step is to do this in a sculpted rocker. Ha!

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Busy with simple but satisfying stuff

01-29-2011 06:57 PM by Woodbutchery | 0 comments »

Lately I’ve been busy in the “shop”. Winter is here in Houston and the cool weather lends itself to actually WANTING to get out in the garage and do … something. So. Put the fence face on my router table fence. Built shallow drawers for our kitchen counter cabinets and mounted them. It’s nice to be able to use all the space in those cabinets and get to everything. No pictures, just half inch baltic ply glued and nail-gunned together. Since our cabine...

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