My brother got married this passed Friday and I had the honor of being the best man. As one of my gifts he gave me an old antique toolbox that I think is… Read More →
Let me begin by apologizing for the change in my blog theme once again, it’s probably not the last but I think I like this one better and you only know if you… Read More →
I’m back! Did you miss me? I thought so. So the last two weeks or so I’ve been deliberating over a bed frame I will be making for my wife and I. We… Read More →
I’m in the middle of trying to design my next project right now, which was actually going to be the American Trestle Table that was recently featured in a Popular Woodworking email update. … Read More →
My first and only attempt thus far to cut a sliding dovetail was actually met with decent results and little heartache. This dovetail marker is a Hand Tool School project (Shout out to… Read More →
May I introduce to you the newest working member of my hand tool family, Mr. Stanley No. 3 1/2 block plane. This is an old block plane I bought at an estate sale… Read More →
Here is my saw till, it’s one of the first more “complicated” or involved projects that came out of the Hand Tool School Semester 1. This project took me a bit longer than expected,… Read More →
So what happens when you make your drawer sides and your drawer back 1/4″ thick, cut a 1/8″ dado for the bottom and then try and jam the drawer bottom in to get… Read More →
A beautiful group of shavings spit out by my LA jack plane. That is all.
Well my saw till calls for its back to consist of 3 quarter inch thick planks, considering the only stock I have for this project is 3/4″ thick pine it was time to… Read More →
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