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Though I was traveling on business most of the month of May and only had a couple hours to spend in my shop, I had psyched myself up to participate in the 3rd Annual Summers Woodworking 2X4 contest and for the most part am happy that I did. I bet that I almost spent as much time sorting through 2X4’s at the several local Lowes and Home Depots and purchases a half dozen of them before locating my “White Whale”. It was an absolutely perfect specimen and will be the 2X4 ...
Wow it seems like this is going slow. Work has been busy and finding time to work on this bunk bed is hard. However, I have finished up another step in the bunk bed and that is getting all the mortises chopped out on the ends. There were 12 total and they all went smooth. In this video I show what tools you need to mark your mortises as well as which tools you’ll need to chop out the mortises. Enjoy, comment, share, and give it a thumbs up! View on YouTube
This is a series of how to easily build a bunk bed that not only will last a lifetime, but is very kid safe due to the low height. Follow along in social media using the hashtag #bunkbedbuild. A Slice of Wood Workshop Website: http://asliceofwoodworkshop.comEtsy: http://etsy.com/shop/asliceofwoodwork...Facebook: http://facebook.com/asliceofwoodTwitter: http://twitter.com/asliceofwoodInstagram: http://instagram.com/asliceofwoodPintrest: http://pinterest.com/asliceofwood View on YouTube
So the good news is I got all the games, wine tilts and most of the turning done for the show that we had yesterday. I was also able to complete the 9th piece in my Dimensional Office Furniture set and get it put into place. I did also post this as a project but let me just take a minute to expand upon the story a little more. the bookshelf matches the other two and was built specifically to hold the tool chest you see sitting on top of it. I have talked about my grandfather her...
This is a great gift for that special quilter that you know.Admit it… someone, somewhere has given you or someone that you know a quilt.They put a lot of hard work and pride into it, now it is your turn to make that someone special a quilt square to hang on their wall.It really isn’t that hard and all it takes if a single 2×4.You can even make it easier by using a plywood backing.So go on… you know that you want to… get in your workshop and start cutting some wood...
Since 2×4’s are one of the most common and cheapest woods out there, I want to build a few projects using nothing but them.This is my first one in the new year.I have been using cardboard boxes for years and now I can replace them with simple wooden storage bins. You can click here to watch the video on my YouTube channel. Please let me know what you think about it. Thank youPaul Pomerleau
My sister-in-law sent a picture of a bench and asked if I could make one to go in her entryway. The legs on it would’ve required compound angles, which I didn’t really want to deal with so I looked for other similar benches online and found one by Pottery Barn in which the legs were only angled in one direction, not two. So I set about to make it using the pictures from the Pottery Barn website as reference. I used only 2×4’s since I can’t afford to pay for a...
A simple 2×4 and plywood work table. Easy to build. http://youtu.be/aujUjjXDPKA
I bought my old Craftsman bandsaw off of Craigslist a sometime ago and it came with a metal stand with some nice retractable wheels. You see it here in an old shop picture. It has done a great job but I was constantly tightening the screws holding it on the stand and when I moved it into place next to my new lathe I soon was tripping over the splayed legs or killing my ankle on the wheel locks. So I finally took some time to get a new stand built for it. the best part is that I...
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