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  1. Wine rack

    First project I poste on Lumberjocks. I spend a lot of time for inspiration for a nice wine rack. This is the result, Im really happy with it. I made it from an old oak roof beam that lay outside in the mud for a year of two.
  2. Blogs
    Start with the Old It's been a while, but I'm back again (I╒ll be glad when I reach retirement in about 20 months, but whose counting?). I was asked by the Alter Society ladies if I could repair the old Creche (that's a fancy term for a Christmas manger scene). After doing a close inspection, I...
  3. Blogs
    Milling 6/4 Rough Sawn Lumber Parts After several days of study and analysis, I decided I would make a trestle table for my granddaughter Torrence. It boiled down between this relatively small trestle table or a shaker style writing desk with two drawers under the table top. Each would be...
  4. Blogs
    Chisel Sharpening - Another thorn from my side Good Morning, my name is David Craig and I am a former sharpaphobiac transformed into a sharpaholic… The art of sharpening has been very intimidating to me and it has really caused a bit of a road block to my work. No matter how many power tools...
  5. Hand Tools
    Looked at a line of Pfeil bench chisels today in person for the first time, handles surprised me. They were incredibly lightweight and rough. I'm just getting into chisels, so everything I've seen handle-wise has a smooth finish and has a little more weight - the Pfeil carving chisels were like...
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