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Systainer tote and MFT worktable - SYS-MaFe

12-10-2020 11:39 PM by mafe | 5 comments »

Systainer tote and MFT worktableSYS-MaFe. Time for another project that was made out of joy, not need, but with a specific purpose in mind and the create as you go approach to the project, no drawings, no final idea, just loose thoughts. The criteria was, that it could function as:A tool tote / caddy.A MFT compatible workbench, that could rest or connect on top of the systainers, so it could function as a low and high work surface.A sawhorse.A step stool or as small stool for a rest.Tha...

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Tote / caddy - for the allotment kitchen.

12-05-2020 12:20 AM by mafe | 8 comments »

Tote / caddyfor the allotment kitchen. This is a tote, were made out of need in the beginning of the summer, as I were tired of bringing food from my gas fridge, into the kitchen in my wee allotment house, because I found my self running forward and backward several times.I had precut the wood and made the fingers on my jig, back in my Copenhagen workshop, so it was bought to the allotment as pieces, to spend some time in the early spring in my wee workshop there.The wood were recycled woo...

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Slightly Rustic Beer Gift Set- Beer Caddy, Tote, etc.

03-20-2015 07:07 PM by AlexHarris | 2 comments »

Back before Christmas I built this simple beer tote to present some beers, which I had bought my Dad as a gift. As this was a gift I designed it to tightly house the bottles (the handle acts to hold them in place) but this could easily be adapted for day-to-day use. Check out the video below! Subscribe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/thiswoodwork Visit Website: http://thiswoodwork.com/ Like my Facebook page: https://facebook.com/thiswoodwork Follow me on Twitter: https://...

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Reclaimed Wood Desk Organizer

09-07-2014 07:52 PM by Chris McDowell | 5 comments »

Recently, I saw some pieces of wood with holes cut into them for sale online. The asking price was $70. This seemed totally outrageous to me. I decided to spend $0 and make some for myself and show everyone how easy it is to make these. Make some for yourself and sell them at your local craft show for $50. When people ask why so much, tell them that the wood is reclaimed and that they are actually getting a deal compared to the $70 ones online. Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.c...

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Yarn Spinner

11-29-2012 07:46 PM by Ampeater | 1 comment »

Yarn SpinnerThis project started after I saw a post from PapaS concerning his Yarn Caddie. http://lumberjocks.com/projects/61843I decided to make a couple for my wife with a slightly different design. This picture shows the final result. The main purpose of the spinner is to allow the skein of yarn to spool off of the spinner as the Knitter works on her project. It also eliminates the need to wind the entire skein of yarn into a ball to make it easier to control. I found that the most d...

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Woodworking Accessories Alternatives #4: Old dull hacksaw blade

02-09-2011 04:31 PM by steliart | 2 comments »

Your old hacksaw dull blades can still be very useful and come in handy when you building a workshop helper.Like in this case in my workshop notes caddy (look it up in my Projects), I used a piece of an old hacksaw blade for cutting paper. Another use for them will be for cutting sandpaper etc. So don’t throw them away, keep them in a draw and one day you will need them. Steli

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