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push stick #1: making a push stick

1928 days ago by kosta | 2 comments »

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUYfqWUFE_QYo whats up everybody in this video I go over how to make a push stick this a video I planed on doing like 3 weeks ago but I hurt my back visit my website at www.kostasworkshop.blogspot.com

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A House Warming Gift #6: Wrapping Up....

1930 days ago by littlecope | 3 comments »

Well, I got to help with the move itself which took me out of town for a day, and I didn’t have to stare at the still-drying letters all day! :-) When I got back, they were finally dry enough. So, after a good nap yesterday, to rest these old bones, I started by removing the tape and positioning the words on the sign.There’s still a little stick-um left from the tape on the bottom, and that helps after eyeballing them into place. They don’t slip and slide around. Since the w...

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A House Warming Gift #5: April Showers

1933 days ago by littlecope | 0 comments »

I checked the newly-red lettering this morning, hoping to move this along but it’s still too tacky, even though it’s been two days. If we had some sun around here, I’d put them on the window sill and let Old Sol do his magic, but no luck. April showers….I even have them under my reading lamp, to try to speed up the process, but it looks like it’ll be ready when it’s ready.So, I turned my attention to the backer board, getting it ready for whenever these dry...

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A House Warming Gift #3: Cutting out Letters

1938 days ago by littlecope | 0 comments »

Finally got some free time today! Started out by deciding it was a great day to clean up around the Scroll Saw! And not only for the Camera! I’ve been looking at how small the dot is over the i and the apostrophe on this tiny sign I’m making and realized that when they fall out, I’ll never find them unless I police the area a ...

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A House Warming Gift #2: 2 + 2

1942 days ago by littlecope | 1 comment »

Two hours on Friday, and two hours I managed to squeeze in Sunday afternoon, but the work progresses! Began Sunday by transferring the pattern I fabricated onto the wood I guess most attach the patterns to the wood, to be honest, I’ve never done it that way. When I started doing these, ready access to a simple copying machine was difficult to come by. The patterns were also considered precious to me and I didn’t want to cut them up. Anyway, I’ve continued doing them right on...

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Pelicans #1: Sanding Pads and Pelicans

1956 days ago by Allison | 13 comments »

I am working on a couple Pelicans that I am hoping to incorporate into a “big picture” somehow. They are done completely in hardwoods and I was thinking of perhaps sharing how I sanded little pieces such as these. I have already started and as you can see I still have pencil marks for an eye on one. However when I brought my camera into the shop to show how I was going to sand these lil’ pieces I noticed how dirty, (dusty, sawdust, etc.) my little sanding pads were. They are...

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Polar Bear: Edited and Revisted Part 3

1996 days ago by Handi75 | 6 comments »

The 3rd Video in my Installment. Enjoy the video. All comments, Critique or just any ole comments are welcome on all my Videos. Handi

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A Six-Tube Scroll Saw Blade Holder

2000 days ago by David | 4 comments »

A Six-Tube Scroll Saw Blade Holder This was a quick and fun shop project. The material came from a small 2/4 board of gum cherry that was left over from another project. It took care to wrap the grain with respect to the sides and back. I almost missed this and had a “T-Chisel” event which caused me to re-do part of the project. Well, actually I had no choice, as I know the recipient has a critical eye! This is a six-tube scroll saw blade holder designed for a woodworker tha...

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Having a Senior Moment....Help?

2000 days ago by John Gray | 4 comments »

I need help finding an article/plan to make a US flag that holds the 50 state quarters. I saw the article/plan somewhere recently (in the last couple months) don’t remember what magazine or web site I saw it in/on. I’ve looked thru probably 100 magazine back issues, searched in LJ’s, and Googled it, no luck. I do remember one thing about it for sure, it said to buy the wooden stars at a craft store. The flag it’s self was waved like it would be blowing in the wind ...

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Polar Bear: Edited and Revisted Part 2

2002 days ago by Handi75 | 0 comments »

Here is the Second Video in my Series… I hope you enjoy this video, I cover a few more things in this Video. in the last 2 Videos 4 and 5 of my Series, which of course we’ve not gotten to just yet… I just Scroll… and show you the end result of my Progress after 3 days of Scrolling… Of course that’s because i was recording and explaining and all that good stuff… Handi

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