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  1. First set of bow bread knives, OUCH, they are sharp!

    I first saw these bow bread knives at a craft show in FL earlier this year and then searched here on LJ and found a few and where to buy the blades and accompanying stainless steel screws (KenCraft Co. Inc. Toledo, OH sells these kits) I made all 5 of these over the past 2 months in between...
  2. Tablesaw Crosscut Sled

    After watching some videos and reading about the greatness of using a tablesaw crosscut sled I decided to make one. I took some scrap red oak and cut it for the rails as everything I read said to use a hard wood for the rails. I used 3/4 plywood for the base which after placing the rails in the...
  3. Reclaimed Pine All-Weather Morris Chair Recliner

    This is my Morris Chair. It is made from pine that I got for free from a friend of a friend's old bookshelf. When I got the wood some of it was badly warped, there were a few screw holes in a bunch of places that I had to plug, and it was discolored from years of use so I pre-sanded everything...
  4. I am NOT "Totally unhinged".

    Boys and Girls, For those that are getting sick and tired of my posts, blame LRM (LeeRoyMan) and PM him your abuses. He had the audacity to challenge my unused router bits in one of my previous posts which compelled me to investigate. I slowly recalled that my purchase of an Incra Hingecrafter...
  5. Canadian Coin Paperweight

    This is an oak paperweight I made a while back. I just liked the coin with an elk or buck deer on it, so I counter sunk it into a nice piece of oak I had laying about just waiting to be made into something.
  6. Pizza Peel - Groomsman/Matron of Honor Wedding Present

    Backstory: This year, my entire family had the honor of being in the wedding party of two of our closest friends. I was a groomsman for someone who was in a bible study I led for many years, my wife the matron of honor for one of her closest friends in our church, and our 1.5 year old daughter...
  7. Princess Castle Bookcase

    I have spent the last few months making the biggest, most complicated project I've ever tackled: a castle shaped bookcase for my daughter. It's 42" high and 38" wide (excluding the turrets) and incorporates pocket-hole joinery and used used just about every tool in my shop lol. First pic is...
  8. Not only functional but a necessity.

    These are some surfboard racks that I made. I needed to organize the quiver a little bit, boards take up a lot of room when not stacked like so. When I was making them I decided to also make a rack to hold my booties, gloves, and wetsuit. They all work wonderfully, they really help with drying...
  9. Woodworking Skill Share
    Could really use some help with this one. I made a wooden chair out of cedar. The plans (from Wood Magazine) said to countersink all the deck screw holes after drilling a pilot hole. The VERY LAST STEP was to screw on the arms; everything else went well (with several steps repeated to do them...
  10. Blogs
    Counter-boring in tight places is easy. We have been remodeling our kitchen in the past few weeks, everything but the cabinets has been renewed/replaced. The oak-faced cabinets, made by Kraft Maid in the 90s or so, look good from a distance, but when you look closer, the craftsmanship is...
  11. Blogs
    Wood Plug Tips I recently repaired a hutch with dozens of wood plugs to remove. I put a video together all about wood plugs, or Bungs as they're referred to in the shipbuilding industry. I show how to make your own wood plugs and how to properly trim them down.
  12. Marketplace Classifieds
    For sale is a set of Eagle America countersink/bore slot set (1/2" shank). Bit sizes are 7/16" and 1/2". These are brand new and still have the wax on the ends. These are designed to be used to hold large tops or panels in place to allow for expansion and contraction without breaking the...
  13. Hand Tools
    Hello everybody, I really need your help. I'm an amateur woodworker (mainly luthier) but I hadn't used a countersink before - I don't use screws that much. Since I have a quality drill-bit set, I figured I could get away with a hand countersink instead of another set of drill-bits with...
  14. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    First, I just want to say hello. I activated my account earlier today and have already received several warm welcomes. I think I'm going to like it here. On the subject of tools, etc…I recently bought a set of reversible drill-countersink/screw bits from Sears (part # 26171 if anyone needs a...
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