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Shop Stool Arches

After cutting out patterns for the arches in the stool rails. I began to cut the arches themselves. It did not take long (the first arch) to recognize that the shape did not look right. 125 more words

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Thicknessing with the Magic Jig

OK, magic may be a little bit over the top, but this thing works great.  The plan for the Hillbilly Tansu designs call for the frame stock to be 36mm square.   384 more words

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Walking Cane - Rounding the Cane

Reflecting upon Paul Seller’s foundations class which I took a year ago, one of the techniques that still holds my fascination is the use of a hand plane to… 208 more words

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Walking Cane Mortise

The walking cane is the only project I can think of that uses a single mortise and tenon joint. It is however a very visible joint and can add or detract from the cane.

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Walking Cane

While I was milling lumber for the shop stool, I also milled a couple of pieces of oak for making a walking cane. One of the projects in… 177 more words

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Shop Stool Tenons

Since finishing the mortises last week, I suppose the next step is cutting tenons and since I have taken very few photographs you will just have to trust that it was hot, humid and I did them all myself without any help. 11 more words

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End Tables Part 13 - Done!

Whew!  These tables are now moved into the done column.  This has been a long and drawn out build for me and taxed the confines of my small shop.   505 more words

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