Besides that this is my first foray into hand tools, I’d say it’s going fairly well. I decided to build a false front so the planes would rest at an angle. I changed the layout from the original a bit. I was leaning all of the planes i...
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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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Had the chicken before the egg conversation with myself again yesterday, and in a fit of frustration of not having enough storage and needing a way to neatly store my planes, I bit the bullet and got started on my hand plane til. It was supposed ...
I got frustrated with the vises and busy with life and other projects so I set this down. I’ve decided to pick the vices back up and get this done so I can have access to some vices! Oh! and I picked up some some Osage orange yesterday and t...
it was one of those times that Facebook was actually helpful. I was going north to Amish country with my SO for two days and someone from one of the FB groups I’m in linked a blog post from 2014 I think. It was about a tool place near where ...
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...