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11-29-2009 08:44 PM

what sells part deux - 7 replies

I saw a project here some time ago, I don’t remember who posted it and I’m very sorry for that because while my product was different I would have liked to given him credit for putting the idea in my head. It was a beautifully done pot trivit made from a granet tile to match a counter top. I made 5 of these and donated 3 to a silen...

11-25-2009 03:16 PM

how do you store your TS /MS blades and hand planes? - 9 replies

Thinking back to my early years in the trades; I remember something my boss told me about storing TS blades. I was changing a blade in the saw and had set the old one down on the table, he came along with a small block of wood, picked up the blade, set the block on the table then laid the blade on the block. He told me that this would prevent ...

11-19-2009 09:48 PM

Check this out - 3 replies

Has any one ever seen anything like this, I aploigize for the pictures, I suck at photography. I figure it dates from the 40’s or 50’s, it was in the house when I bought it, the previous owner was something of a wood worker. What do you supose it would be worth? There are 40 different samples but no red birch, this makes me think i...

11-10-2009 06:52 PM

rememberance - 5 replies

I would be honored if you would take the time to watch this short video put together by a co-worker to honor our service men and women stationed at home and abroad. The video pays tribute to why our people are in places like Iraq and Afganistan; to give the children of these countries a chance at a life free of oppression. It also pays tribute...

10-27-2009 07:55 PM

H1N1 - 4 replies

So it has officially arrived in my area of Eastern Canada. We are starting to see cases of the dreaded H1N1 flu in our schools, ironically the vacine became available today. What kind of precautions are people taking to aviod this beast? By the way one case that was reported yesterday appears to be very serious, the young man is in hospital a...

09-22-2009 04:38 PM

Honeysuckle? - 6 replies

Any one have experience working with honeysuckle? I’ve got a bit of it from trimming one of my trees/shrubs. I thought I’d clean a couple of chunks up and see what it looks like. It is increadably dense and the grain is very interesting. It might make nice knife scales or pens. Sorry for the poor quality pictures.


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