Pardon my French! Today I really let the expletives fly! I had a job cancel, so I grabbed a couple of table legs and headed out into the sun. I routed a round over on both and sanded them out with 180 grit paper. They were looking good. About this...
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I am sure my neighbors are thrilled that I am done with the chainsaw part of this project, I know I am. My wife asked me “how come it looks so wide?” I explained that I am planning on using a through mortise on the small apron/leg join...
Today I had a little time on my hands (and the rain stopped for a bit) so I took advantage and cut out the rough blanks for the two small aprons and the fourth leg. Since the aprons are going to be approx. 2” x 4” when finished, I was ...
Call it a shortcoming or a character flaw, but I have never been real good at transfering my projects onto paper. Par for the course with me is to jot down some basic measurements and a primitive scribble as to what I want to build. I have tried c...
I was having a conversation with a friend the other day about the Zen aspect of this project, and I had to be completely honest with her. While I enjoy woodworking and the hidden beauty of wood, Turning logs into lumber is loud, dusty and hard wor...