A few changes in the past year or so. Thanks for watching and commenting! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYShkvmVpwM
The Journey It’s been a lot of work to get to this point. Since taking a beating from the recession, I took all of the work I could get to recover over the last couple of years. Between working projects out of my shop, working with another contractor, and Rita opening a cafe in downtown Billings, there was not any free time to get out any blogs let alone video. I have been chomping at the bit to get back to sharing with the woodworking community. Sharing the craft with others has ...
Here is a quick shop tour video for everyone. Enjoy! Thanks for watching!
Here it is, The first of my shop tour series. In this video I look at the current setup of my workshop and go into details about my machines, I talk about what I like, don’t like and everything in-between.I then go onto talk about what the shop will eventually turn into once I have finished my workshop build. Video Available at my Website http://jordswoodshop.com/2011/11/announcement-shop-tour-video-underway/ Or at youtube directly http://youtu.be/WhmYlT2kXMA Or alternativel...
Hi Lumberjocks! I just wanted to share a video tour of my shop with any who are interested. I hope that you enjoy and Thank you for watching. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_DKxxf3CaM
In this episode I give you a tour around my garage shop. Here is the link to the shop bench series.
Got things cleaned up after making the bathroom cabinet and vanity. Also got a new table saw fence. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7DxkZFLCoiA
I got interested in woodworking about 2-1/2 years ago and this video shows how my shop grew – taking over the rest of the finished basement…....oops. It’s about 9 minutes long – with Tommy Bolin on the soundtrack. You’ll notice the space filling out – the tools changing – hope you enjoy. Jeff
I owe this to everyone’s shop tour I’ve seen. My idle time at work lately has been nothing but looking at other people’s shops. I just did a quick run through on my phone. New truck, woodshop, music space, and garden. Good times.
While checking out workshops I noticed this one by WistysWoodworkingWonders. I smiled when I saw that a single idea blossomed into a multi-purposed space. Wisty’s work space began as a typical garage workshop and then, during a casual (and joking) conversation with a neighbour the idea started to form. But I’ll let Wisty tell you about the journey himself. “Debbie asked if she could drop by for a tour of my shop [in Victory, BC, Canada] which of course is...
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