Yin Yang

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Blog series by MsDebbieP updated 01-28-2010 10:58 PM 4 parts 6461 reads 54 comments total

Part 1: Making the Commitment

01-04-2010 02:08 PM by MsDebbieP | 19 comments »

Jan 4/10 I just finished writing about my 3 year anniversary and I remember my beginnings with members challenging me to try making something (and then to jump right in and participate in the Thorsen Table Challenge) .. right—from learning which end of a hammer is which, to “let’s make a table”— ok!! Anyway, here I am 3 years later, still not very efficient at woodworking but I can do what I need to do and I am once again jumping in to participate in the cu...

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Part 2: The Plan

01-06-2010 05:08 PM by MsDebbieP | 14 comments »

Jan 6/10 Well… I have the idea of what I am going to make.. now it is getting down to doing it. I’m in the process of getting new glasses (since I’ve had difficulties seeing the fine details when making pens etc). It probably is a safety issue, really… so I’ve decided to wait until the glasses come in before I start the Yin Yang project. I may not get the glasses until the 20th of January. That still leaves lots of time, really, to do the project but itR...

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Part 3: It's all about the curl

01-27-2010 04:24 AM by MsDebbieP | 18 comments »

Jan 26/10 “There was a little girl who had a little curl..Right in the middle of her forehead…” or.. for the macho guys out there“wooo wooo wooo woo” (that’s a Three Stooges sound.. Curly, get it? ————————————————————————————————————&#...

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Part 4: Putting the Yin with the Yang

01-28-2010 10:58 PM by MsDebbieP | 3 comments »

Jan 28/10 With the pieces prepared, the next step was to try and put them together into a square and get all the four corners to match. Yah… I had it once, moved the pieces and then couldn’t get it to work again. That was frustrating! I decided to glue one section onto the walnut and just go from there. Once the one piece was down it was easier for me to adjust the other three and eventually I got it close enough and glued and clamped them. With the project almost done, I...

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