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  1. Knife blocks for already added knife projects

    Hi all, I made knives for each of my daughters for Christmas which I have already posted and had a small bit timber left over from each project so thought I would complete them with a single knife block each in the same timber as the scales. First pics are the Gidgee one, I inserted rare earth...
  2. Got Band-Aids? Porcupine Wood ‘N Pencil Holders

    The variety of color, texture, smell and figure in wood never ceases to amaze me. Many woods are so beautiful I can just stare at the grain for hours. Some I love to sand just to have a pleasant scent wafting through the air. And other woods beckon to be touched and worked. I wanted a sort of...
  3. Round and round you go...

    This lazy susan is made from Purple Heart, Celery Top Pine and New Guinea Rosewood… the border is ****************************************… The trick to the Louis Cube pattern is being able to cut precise diamonds with a 60 degree/120 degree corners… I use the Mitre Express from Incra for its accuracy…
  4. Treasure unearthed.

    This Jolly Roger board in now in its new home… **************************************** with inlaid skull and crossbones…several coats of grapeseed oil… 18 in by 14 in by 1 5/8 in approx… weighs in at just over 11 lbs.. and for the non Americans 450 mm by 350 mm by 40 mm .. weight 5 kgs. Thanks for stopping by…
  5. Woodworking Skill Share
    Hi there, We recently knocked down our half wall running up the stairs and stripped the steps of all the carpet. We bought the premade solid oak treads and all additional oak components (spindles, banister etc) from Home Depot. We wanted the white risers so we cut them ourselves and painted...
  6. Safety in the Woodworking Shop
    from fine woodworking magazine this morning (online) here is finally a realistic way to stop the table saw blade WITHOUT RUINING THE TOOL ! it can be added and changed from tool to tool (i don't know how to add the video so here is a link)...
  7. Blogs
    Buried Treasure.... In this part of the build… burying the treasure…the Skull and Bones buttons… I have started off by drilling a through hole in the centre of the curved end… yes I has a lot of confirmation that the curved end looked better… and then rounded over the edges.. Next … the holes...
  8. Blogs
    A Jolly Roger Board is born.... In the following post, you will be able to witness the birth of a **************************************** Jolly Roger Board… I picked up this rough bit of **************************************** from a mate… It needed to be dressed and thicknessed and would not fit through the 15 in model I have… So out came the TWC…...
  9. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I am hoping to start a project soon where I will be ripping tons of 1/8" strips on the table saw. I would like to have the thinnest kerf available to minimize waste. I will only be ripping from 3/4" or 1" thick boards, so it will cut easily. Any suggestions? Thanks! Mike
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