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Building blocks and U-turns, kinda

Well in true me stylee nothing happens for ages and then three things at once! Things have been slow on the modelling front due to various life things getting in the way but I have managed to eek a bit of time here and there and although this isn’t an actual modelling post it is more a setting for the foundations. 634 more words


A Year With a Harbor Freight Table Saw Blade

Every Woodworker goes through the phase of purchasing tools from Harbor Freight (HF).  All of our woodworking magazines come with coupons with prices ridiculously low.  So low most of us warrant its worth the shot for that new _____ we’ve been saving up for.   569 more words


Mackintosh Low-Back Ingram Chair

One of the classes at Rural Studio was a furniture making course. My partner (Richard Bryant) and I chose to build the Mackintosh Low-Back Ingram Chair using modern jointery like mortise and tenon, dowel, and finger joints. 137 more words


How to Make A Custom Cobbled Vanity in 6 Simple Steps

Sometimes the best DIY projects are imagined by looking at items you already own and simply morphing them into a whole new creation. That was precisely the case with this elegant wood vanity. 373 more words


A Lesson in Persistence: The Wooden Lacrosse Shaft

Hey what’s up guys and gals! I know I’m a few weeks late on this post, my apologies.  I have this thing that takes up most of my time and doesn’t let me build or write posts- school.  1,486 more words


A New Jig - A Simple Tenoning Jig

Today it is a tenon jig for my table saw.  I’m making ‘turnstiles’ for my Church’s upcoming VBS. The theme is ‘Colossal Coaster World’ so we need to make our church look like an amusement park.  122 more words


A Miter Sled

I know, I know…  The internet is full of posts and videos on how to build this jig.  It took a little over an hour to make, and now I can get around to the picture frames I promised my wife about six months ago. 494 more words