A few years ago (before we were married), my wife bought me a monstrously huge pepper mill (I think it was about 3 feet long). It was awesome, except for the fact that it was a pain to use and had formed a fairly substantial crack over the years....
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Location: Northern Virginia
An engineer whose wife (a hardware store chick) encouraged to take on woodworking. As it happens, I am now an aspiring woodworking hobbyist, looking to learn while taking on practical and functional projects (e.g. cabinet and furniture building) to add to his home. Looking for tips on tools, techniques, and project ideas.
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After a brief hiatus thanks to work and social obligations (groomsman in a friend’s wedding), I finally had a chance to dive into the SAS regiment (sand, assemble, stain). This project is certainly becoming an interesting exercise in using ...
I decided to take my wife’s strong hinting that dowels would “look better” than capped screws as a justification to pick up some new woodworking tools and accessories. Stopped by my local Woodcraft this evening and picked up a d...
A few weeks ago, I was looking through my humble wood stash and saw a few large boards of remaining fir from my Wing Chun Dummy project and wondered what I could make for my family that would be a practical use of material. Later that day, I had ...
This morning, when I ran down to the basement for something (probably laundry), my 2 year old daughter did what she always does and followed me downstairs. While I had my back turned, I heard what sounded a lot like sanding, and was worried that ...