In every project I do there is a time when I discover things that I should thought of before I did what I have done and now have to undo. Before joining this great group I simply called these screw ups, mistakes, of other terms that will not be pu...
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Location: Sharpsburg, KY
retired & married. ie working harder that ever.more of a wantabee than a crafts man. took several woodworking classes in high scool, back when the only glue was in a hot pot. most projects since have been interior and exterior renovation, but am making slow progress toward something worth showing...someday.
OK this might be considered a woodworking project, it certainly was work(see project)
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I recently read a short article in one of the current woodworking magazines about a simple three step, foolproof (thats the part that caught my attention) method finish. The first step was to wipe on and then off a light coat of BLO. “to bri...
I probably should have updated this about a week ago but the best laid plans of mice….etc . Drilling 5/8 holes through 1 in of white oak 3 in. cherry and an additional 1 in. of red oak is not something that you can whip out in 45 seconds. ...
I’m not certain but what this should be separate but any way… Before I joined us I thought that workbenches, real workbenches were limited to professional cabinet makes, magazine editors, and hand tool advocates. Having now been expose...
321 days ago Martin announced that we had reached a membership of 8000. At that time I predicated that by the end of the year we would reach 15,000. As you cans see by Martins announcement earlier My calculations were were at least a day to a day...