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Time lapse Woodworking #21: Bill is building his own heirloom rocking chair

47 days ago by Canadian Woodworks | 4 comments »

http://youtu.be/YfN_TdSgSAw Follow along as I teach Bill how to make a beautiful rocking chair!

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In the wood shop today #30: Build your own rocking chair day 5

83 days ago by Canadian Woodworks | 0 comments »

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H4pGVH2uJ00 Walk through my shop with me while I show you some pieces of a pair of rocking chairs that are being built during my 10 day build your own rocking chair course.

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Creating Your Own Patterns and Designs #1: Class Description

147 days ago by MyChipCarving | 5 comments »

Creating Your Own Patterns and Designs – Class Description In this video lesson series I will show you how to use the Pattern Wizard software to create and print your own patterns and designs on your computer. This program is very useful for creating scroll saw and stained glass patterns, relief carving designs, puzzle patterns, and other craft designs. While we will focus on patterns for chip carving in this series, the same techniques I will teach you can be used to create patterns...

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Bill Kappel starting Maloof style rocking chair class #1: Sam Maloof style rocking chair Class

200 days ago by bkap | 8 comments »

How to build a Custom Sculptured rocking chair Lesson # 1 Here is the free class text you wanted. It is complete and you can build a rocker using it. If you are following along with the Web Class and are anxious to upload the new text before I am able to post it to the Web Class site you can send me an email bill@kappelusa.com and request the next lesson. You now have three choices: (1) Send me an email for the Free text in which case this Free text will give you all you need to kno...

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David Marks Finishing Class 8-1 to 8-5-13 #1: Beautiful Santa Rosa

340 days ago by newTim | 2 comments »

Day one at David Marks finishing class in beautiful Santa Rosa. David and wife Victoria are terrific hosts, the class is small with an interesting variety of folks, and the weather couldn’t be better. And hey! I’m on vacation! I’m really enjoying the pace of the class with enough structure to keep it moving, but plenty of time to get to know David and the other students and to get all our questions answered. My goal is to establish a broad foundation in wood finishi...

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Hewing and carving bowls and spoons class!

364 days ago by darkhollow | 0 comments »

At the end of Sept/beginning of Oct 2013 I will be teaching a one-week class at the John C. Campbell Folk School on the subject of Hewing and carving bowls and spoons! If you haven’t yet heard of the Folk School, it is the oldest school of craft in the country, having been founded in the 1930s. Located in Brasstown, NC, the campus is beautiful, with about 20 classes going on at any time ranging from woodworking, woodcarving, blacksmithing, pottery, metalworking, weaving, music, tradit...

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Chip Carving Class - Wine Bottle Holder #1: Welcome to class!

516 days ago by MyChipCarving | 7 comments »

Welcome to another chip carving class! In this class I will take you step-by-step through the process of chip carving a wine bottle holder. We’ll start things rolling in early March. This leaves you plenty of time to sharpen your knife and gather needed supplies. Here’s a list of what we’ll be using: Basswood wine bottle holder (we’ll be carving a different pattern than the one shown) Chip carving knife (I’ll be using the My Chip Carving Knives like the ...

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Cornhole Board Tutorial #3: Cutting and Installing the sides

578 days ago by StephenSchaad | 0 comments »

The next step is cutting and installing the sides of the frame. This method includes building the frame to the top instead of building a frame then adding the top. It makes for perfectly smooth sides. The link to these pictures is not working but here is a link to the entire gallery. This is a great way to see all the pictures in one place. Cornhole Tutorial Measure the length of your boards, some boards cut by big box stores aren’t perfectly 48” and therefore you may ne...

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Cornhole Board Tutorial #2: Materials, Tools and First step

578 days ago by StephenSchaad | 2 comments »

In this section I’m going to cover the tools and materials needed and the first step in making the boards. Here are a few examples of boards I’ve built. If you’ve never played cornhole before, it’s essentially horseshoes. You toss bean bags on to the boards and you get three points for making it in the hole, and one point for making it on the board. You play in teams and throw against the other team. I’ll include rules in the last post. Tools: Power DrillPower DriverJig Saw or ...

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Cornhole Board Tutorial #1: Introduction

579 days ago by StephenSchaad | 5 comments »

Hello Everyone. I have been enjoying lots of posts and classes on this website and I wanted to contribute something as well. I have built many cornhole sets over the past 7 years since my father, sister and I built our first. I believe our current design is great for a portable, regulation sized set. I know there are many tutorials on the web for building sets but this is mine. They are easy to build and when you get the hang of it, you can turn out a two boards in about an hour. I...

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