I have been wanting to upgrade and rebuild my workbench for sometime but just haven’t gotten around to it. I think the time is now so I’ll begin work once I get the current project finished. In this video I’ll about my present one and what I like and don’t like.
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.
I don’t know who made this or if it has been posted already. Have a look. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKE8rCYLh00
Why this quilt pattern is called “Geese on the Move”, I sure don’t know.But what I do know is that it makes a great quilt square chip carving.I’ll show you how to carve two-sided chips in this lesson. Here you go: Next Lesson: Applying a finish
I know you’re going to love carving this tulip pattern!All three-corner chips, two different sizes, makes a dazzling quilt square. Here’s the lesson: I’ll post this pattern and others later today. Next lesson: Chip Carving Square #3
I have never tried hand cutting dovetails before so I thought I would take a swing at it, I wasn’t going to film it at first but I figured, if I made a mistake you guys would get to see it. I did have a good time though, next step is half blinds.
I am finally getting at making my chiro. practicing table. The video you are about to see still needs a lot of work. For instance – the hinges I have on there are not the hinges I’ll be using. I did not have the right size laying around but wanted to make sure it’d work, so just slapped those on there. I will probably use 3-4 hinges across the entire joint. In the last part of the video you can see two blocks of wood on either side of the (middle) leg. These are to kee...
the other day I was asked to be a YouTube Partner and I need to get some more views and subscribers to become a partner so please watch my video and if possible subscribe!!! Yesterday I built a little table that I can use to assembly my small projects. This table ended up so sturdy I ended up on top of the table jumping up and down with 10lbs dumbbells in each hand! I way about 159lbs so that a lot of force!! It is perfectly level and all I used to make this table was some 2×4’s...
Here is the video that was uploaded today!
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