What do you do with your scraps? Not scraps of wood, but scraps of shop time! Here’s some of mine that I blogged about recently… http://dcwwoodworks.com/blog/2013/12/5/detours
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I'm an enthusiastic hobbyist woodworker, professional computer consultant, lifelong musician. Since 2010, I've been pursuing a passion for woodworking, learning both modern techniques and traditional hand tool methods for building furniture and trim carpentry. I've been inspired to learn about Chicago's rich Craftsman, Prairie, and Arts & Crafts tradition, and by my own modest 1903 frame house's style and decor. I've applied those aesthetics and philosophies to my own interests, and found a unique outlet to express myself. I blog and post about my woodworking adventures at http://dcwwoodworks.com
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Finally had time to a) work on it, and b) post about it. Some build pictures and thoughts on process… http://dcwwoodworks.com/blog/2013/12/3/wardrobe-part-2
I’m building a Stickley wardrobe, and am planning on doing solid wood panels instead of plywood panels. Thoughts on the build on my blog… http://dcwwoodworks.com/blog/2013/11/18/wardrobe-part-1
With so many places to post, I’ve decided to do my “main” blogging on my own site, http://dcwwoodworks.com. So this LJ’s “blog” will be a place for me to crosspost HERE for those of you (ok, almost all of yo...
After a few weeks away due to travel and rainy weather, I was finally able to finish the table. The formula I was following was similar to what I used on an earlier folding step stool water based Transtint dye, sprayed shellac, and then as this wa...