Thought I’d try making a small “finished” box for my watches. Had some walnut and maple and thought they would make a smart looking combination for this. I re-sawed the walnut to create book matched side panels. After I foun...
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Well it was about time to retire/replace the crosscut sled I made about 10 years ago. It served good duty, but after being tossed around in the back of my truck and used and abused by the guys on the job, I thought I’d make myself a new sle...
Hmmm? Well at 56 that’s always a good thing. :) The best laid plans are never quite that. Had everything done and ready to erect the structure on Saturday and actually got started by drilling and anchoring the posts. What I didn’...
So here I was thinking “OK I’m in the home stretch. I’m finished sanding the posts and they’re ready for my oil/stain mix.” Ha! I started to apply the oil mix and couldn’t believe that the DF of the posts w...
So after a much needed shop cleaning, I started the mortises for the beam supports. I wasn’t sure if I wanted to just go at it with a chisel or use the mortiser. Still up in the air about that as I’d really like to get this finished ...