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Knife handles #3: Knife handles #3

10-11-2014 11:32 AM by Michael Anthony Zelonis | 0 comments »

Did not get around to posting the last few days….been busy! here are the catch up pics. #1 of the 7 handles finished….... #2 and #3 finished…. #4 through #7 in process, should be done in the next 3 or 4 days, God willing!

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Build your own chair course #1: Curly Maple double rocking chair

09-23-2014 11:20 AM by Canadian Woodworks | 6 comments »

Follow along as my student and I build some beautiful rocking chairs During my build your own chair course we snapped pictures and videos follow along as we build some hand sculpted Sam Maloof inspired rocking chairs

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Chess pieces and board #10: Chess board finished

07-29-2014 02:07 AM by Luke | 0 comments »

Check out the finished product here. Thanks for following along.

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In the wood shop today #31: Chicken coop , music stands , rocking chairs & a big RAS

07-12-2014 01:25 PM by Canadian Woodworks | 2 comments »

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=637nmSZ7aNA Follow along as I walk through my wood working shop while I talk about the projects and tools that are currently in the shop. Oh I start with a quick look at my new movable chicken coop!

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Just a video of me and the wooden beard and hair combs that I make.

06-22-2014 01:57 AM by BTimmons | 16 comments »

I met a local videographer and had a blast shooting this video! It’s more of a general overview of me and how I got started doing what I do. A step by step tutorial it’s not, but I’m extremely happy with how it came out and I think it’s just really cool to see myself working in the third person! Hopefully you all enjoy this too! Thanks, here’s the link! http://vimeo.com/98821147

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Beall Polishing System #4: Rough surfaced curly maple

03-11-2014 02:21 AM by PASs | 5 comments »

robcastle made mention of my blog and did some polishing on his Paper Towel Holder.I mentioned I’ve polished rough sawn material.I couldn’t find any photos, so out to the shop…I grabbed a piece of curly maple left over from a custom cane handle job that had a fairly rough surface. It even had some little shaving hairs sticking out. I spent a total of 4 minutes working part of the surface.In that 4 minutes I:1. Mounted the red polishing wheel.2. Rough polished with the ...

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My Journey As A Scroll Saw Pattern Designer #1220: Making Progress . . .

01-16-2014 12:00 PM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 5 comments »

Yesterday turned out to be another day that just got away from me, although I did accomplish quite a bit. I spent most of the day writing the instructions for the Bunny Toy Replica project that I had shown last week. I find that as time goes on my woodworking skills are improving and I find better, easier ways to do things and I like to incorporate that into my projects. It is nice to know that I am still learning and improving. The rest of the day I spent working on my little ballerin...

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My Journey As A Scroll Saw Pattern Designer #1218: Ballerinas

01-14-2014 12:17 PM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 7 comments »

I felt that I had a good and productive day yesterday. I tied up a lot of loose ends on the business side of things and then I was able to spend some time at the saw cutting out my newest project. That is always a pleasure for me to do. As I showed in yesterday’s entry, the next project that I was creating was a set of ballet dancers. I have always loved the ballet, and as most young girls did in my day, I took some lessons at the local park district in the city of Chicago. One of...

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A Story of Mountain Rifles, an Old Man, and a Boy

01-05-2014 01:04 AM by summerfi | 21 comments »

This is a story about muzzle loading “mountain” rifles, an old man, and a boy. One of the rifles is shown in these pictures. The old man was my grandfather. And the boy was me – many years ago. I come from an Appalachian Mountains heritage where, to say it gracefully, people weren’t wealthy. I learned at an early age that if I wanted something, there was usually no money to buy it, so I would have to make it myself. I made the rifle pictured here in 1967 when I was 18 years old. I’m no...

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Entry Way Table #2: Blind Secret Mitred Dovetail part 2

08-02-2012 04:56 PM by AKSteve | 2 comments »

Well I think I did it! it’s not perfect. there is about 1/32 gap which is fine I can work with that and burnish it smooth. I love Wood working. it’s so rewarding and frustrating at the same time! LOL

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