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Making an ancient bucket MaFe #9: Lag time... Lagging and joining with dowels.

1290 days ago by mafe | 19 comments »

Lag time… Lagging and joining with dowels.not as easy as it looks… So finally time for that lag knife!. First mark the thickness of the bottom on the stafs. When you have a marking knife like me, send by a fellow LJ, then it’s impossible not to smile while doing this. Then mark the stafs. Like this! And now the other side. And time to lag! It’s not easy to avoid tear out… So if I should make a new knife, it would have a flat side. And c...

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Making an ancient bucket MaFe #12: Finale - there is a hole in my bucket!

1218 days ago by mafe | 19 comments »

Finale there is a hole in my bucket! Ta-taaaaaaaa… Plingeling… Swirrrrmmm… oooooopen. Closer. Even closer. Ready, steady - GO!!!UPS!!! If I should pick up water in this bucket, I should be running.Ok it did not hold water, just as I expected. The bottom is perfect and the fit to the sides seems also perfect.But my bindings are too loose, and the bucket should be soaked with water before the try.So why did I do it?I like my bindings and I will not u...

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Making an ancient bucket MaFe #7: The bottom, the side angels and start of the handle.

1297 days ago by mafe | 19 comments »

The bottom, the side angels and start of the handle.just before a week of. Now I will see if I can get to make the bottom and lit I said in the fourth blog, so I better get there. I will make the stafs different width, and set up the angels by eye, and not by math. Since I made the sides of recycled pallet wood, I thought I better go on with the recycle concept; here are some boards from a trashed IKEA bed found in the street.Laying side by side, trying to avoid as many knots as poss...

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Making an ancient bucket MaFe #8: Planing the outside, shaping the mandle and start of the lid.

1292 days ago by mafe | 12 comments »

Planning the outside, shaping the handle and start of the lid.First day back home. So Mike, I’m back!. Spend a little shop time today, not a lot, but a good beginning. So first staf rounded on the outside, and from here I take a pen and draw the thickness I want from the curved inside and out. I used a compass as marking gauge, since I had no rounded gauge. First side done, a few stafs needs angel adjustment after. This is my rounding setup. And now all the way around....

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