I’m hoping to build a chair this year, and a common joint in many wooden style chairs is the tapered mortise and tenon. A reamer is a tool used to make the tapered mortise. After reading Jennie Alexander’s guide on making your own (as well a...
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Location: San Francisco, CA
I'm new to woodworking and enjoying the challenge of trying to learn and practice it in the confines of an apartment in San Francisco. This has led me down the path of primarily hand tools.
Also the maintainer of a side project website for sharing woodworking blog links:
-- http://woodspotting.com/ -- Discover the best woodworking blogs!
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|added blog entry||Wooden Reamer #1: Getting the blade ready||01-26-2015 06:41 AM|
|commented on||Fruit Bowl||01-25-2015 01:48 AM|
|commented on||kitchen sink water stone sharpening station||01-22-2015 09:46 PM|
|commented on||Darrell Peart Greene and Greene design blanket chests||01-22-2015 09:44 PM|
|commented on||Sideboard with Marquetry||01-22-2015 09:43 PM|
|commented on||Chest||01-22-2015 03:26 PM|
|commented on||PHOENASIA #2 CARVED VERSION||01-22-2015 01:45 AM|
|commented on||Quartersawn Sycamore/Walnut Jewelry Box||01-21-2015 01:37 AM|
|commented on||A couple of bike racks||01-20-2015 01:37 AM|
|commented on||Mission Style Lighted Buffet||01-17-2015 11:27 PM|
|commented on||An easy to build wood LED lamp||01-16-2015 07:32 PM|
|commented on||The wooden comb business has been keeping me busy.||01-16-2015 07:29 PM|
|commented on||Small dovetailed postament or stool||01-15-2015 12:51 AM|
|commented on||Teeny Oil Stone Box||01-14-2015 09:13 PM|
|commented on||Sharpening station||01-14-2015 03:53 AM|
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I’m hoping to build a chair this year, and so I picked up this wooden spokeshave (my first) off eBay for less than $15 including shipping from England. The patina is great to the touch, but it needed some tune up work. The blade was b...
Year end review of my other woodworking hobby: woodspotting.com which is a continuous feed of 100’s of woodworking blogs I’ve discovered and liked. I had done a more literary 10-month review, but I also wanted to do an official snapshot of ...
Simple little trivets for xmas make nice simple little gifts from scraps and a great warm up project (man, am I rusty).The nice thing is I can bundle the beams together, and putting them together in their inter-laced locking pattern needs no glue ...
It’s been almost three months since I’ve done any woodworking, and I figured using up some wood lying around to make trivets for some family members’ Christmas stockings would be a nice easy way to get my groove back. Man oh man,...