Ever since I bought a house, I’ve found myself doing too much yardwork, and not enough woodworking. I decided I could use yardwork as an excuse to woodwork. Rather than buy a $45 aluminum landscaping rake that I would probably only use 4 tim...
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Location: Salt Lake City, UT, USA
I am a guy who has been inspired to get into hand woodworking.
-- -Tim, Salt Lake City, UT, USA
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So, I’ve seen tons of videos, read more blog posts than I remember, and tried myself many times to follow all the different methods for sharpening a card scraper I’ve found online. After finally getting the hang of it, I wanted to post...
And so we move on to the conclusion of this new useful work surface. When we last left the saw bench, it was dry fitted and ready for gluing. I then added some glue (quite a bit for some of my sloppier joints, and glued the whole thing together. I...
When last we saw my saw bench, I had finished the mortise/tenon joints for the legs. After that, I set out making some dovetails for the top of the bench to fit into the legs. First was marking all the dovetails off the wood that would actually go...
So, I have decided to build a saw bench in the style of Stumpy Nubs design (more or less). This is in part a learning exercise, and in part because sawing things on the workbench isn’t the most comfortable way to do it. There have been some ...