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Why one color on panels?

01-30-2007 05:48 PM by Cathy Krumrei | 7 comments »

I have been thinking of ways to finish off my panel. I think I have chosen to go with oil paint mixed with linseed oil to get the right color then thin it out with thinnner. The leaves I want fall colors to enhance the theme of the deers fighting. (this is all in my head idea) Then I want the background like a fog. I’m a hunter so kind of trying to get a hunters point of view going. I have been looking at other wall carvings and all I see is one color stain. I do have a problem when it ...

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I was just asked ...

01-30-2007 06:04 AM by Obi | 10 comments »

I was just asked what we call a girl lumberjock. Would that be a Lumberjane? Or a Lumberjockette?

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perfection vs realistic.... the constant struggle in woodworking for me

01-30-2007 04:39 AM by Dusty | 10 comments »

When I first started woodworking –It was very hard for me to finish any projects because I was such a perfectionist. Nothing was ever good enough. This lead too many hours of frustration and self doubts. I had to find a balance between being fussy or putting out a quality project and accepting that enough was enough. One of the hardest lessons I am still learning is “leave well enough alone” That, knows when to stop- so I don’t go over board and ruin something. When I took on my remodeling pr...

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I wonder if you could make this out of wood.

01-30-2007 04:16 AM by Karson | 10 comments »

Can this be made out of wood

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A question from Rick...

01-30-2007 04:15 AM by MsDebbieP | 7 comments »

” so what do the LumberJocks call their kids? woodchips?”

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Hands Free.....

01-29-2007 07:49 PM by Philip Edwards | 13 comments »

Hi Folks I’ve been reading a great book by Graham Blackburn entitled “Traditional Woodworking Handtools”. It is a pretty good read, and for me that is important. A lot of woodworking books are full of pretty pictures but the text side of things is a little light. Sometimes there just isn’t anything of substance at all. And I do like to read….. This book is all about the tools in a traditional (read “before electricity”!) cabinetmakers tool chest...

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Enhancements for Martin:

01-29-2007 07:12 PM by Karson | 2 comments »

Martin we are getting so much good info on these pages. We now need a Google search of the LumberJocks pages

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Great Aussie Inventions for Woodworkers - Video #3

01-29-2007 01:13 AM by Don | 4 comments »

This video comes from the same man who designed the Wasp Sander. This is about the Easy Riser Kit for drill presses. I have one of these installed on my drill press and find it a real time saver.

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Sapwood.....

01-28-2007 11:25 PM by Philip Edwards | 41 comments »

Hi FolksWell, with the workshop looking so inviting I couldn’t help myself. Yes, I’ve started work on a new table design. Dug out all the 2 inch black walnut I had and got planing and thicknessing. And my, what did I find?Sapwood. LOTS of sap…..Now is this right?? When you Guys buy walnut do you expect it to be two thirds sapwood? I appreciate the walnut tree isn’t grown for timber and that it doesn’t grow to be a huge, straight tree. But come on, this is expensi...

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"BE Art-Full Art" --by RusticWoodArt

01-28-2007 03:08 PM by frank | 6 comments »

”BE Art-Full Art” ....and so the journey goes on as i continue my knocking-knot-knock at this my place of being, the incessant and perpetual gnawing in the root of this my tree trunk frame…. —-just stop and look at me now, where i am going is not from where i have been, just as i am not the one i thought myself to be when i started out on this holy pilgrimage carrying my wood piece alms, as i searched for a temple that i might give my wooden relics to…. ...

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