So I’m getting ready to embark on building my first standalone workshop. Currently, my shop resides in half of a two car garage. I’m being allotted a 12×16 shed in our backyard (since for that size a permit is not required) to co...
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Location: Columbus, OH
beginner woodworker who's habit was on hold due to the necessity of college degree completion (graduated Jan. 2015). Starting with small projects to raise skill level and add to the shop jig collection. Also have a growing hand plane collection.
-- Beka/Becky - aspiring jill of all trades, still learning to not read the directions.
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As you can imagine, my first box joint didn’t go so well. but it’s at least been accomplished! So on the previous blog post, it was suggested I use a coping saw to get the majority of the waste. I braved the single/negative temps and ...
When the Sexy Plane Give-Away Traditional woodworking contest thread first started, I was thinking about the projects I’d wanted to start on from Stumpy Nub’s Old Timey Workshop videos. A saw bench was on my list, and I thought I had time. However...
I ended up putting up shelving around the room to accommodate my Lego addict-/ahem/-hobby, so a tall unit is no longer feasible in this space. So back to the idea board I went. I was trolling ana white’s designs looking at them for some ...
So I’ve got the big pieces of the wagon vise ‘finished’ and trying to see how they all go together before I make the hole in my bench any larger to compensate. I also realized I may be in need of making a second one as the hole I...