|Project by Woodfix||posted 01-28-2013 02:07 AM||1870 views||5 times favorited||5 comments|
When I was planning my recent trip to the USA, I was hoping to meet up with some LJs and at least one friend currently living is Philladelphia. So that I would not be visiting empty handed, I wanted to make something relatively simple but would be somewthing they are unlikely to already have. Additionally, it had to be easy to pack and travel. So I made three Scratch Stocks from a design in Australian Woodsmith (a metric version of Woodsmith Magazine, as far as I can tell).
Well I managed to meet up with Planeman in Atlanta, Georgia and my friend. So I have one left for myself.
Funny story, I rocked up at Damion’s place in PHiladelphia on the day his copy of Australian Wood Review arrived. Of course I have a look and he tells me to check out the article he wrote for that edition. Guess what the article was about, using scratch stocks. So we had a laugh about the coincidence of that.
Anyway, I nice easy project and very useful as well, hopefully.
-- I would rather have the most memories, than the most money.