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  1. Plane Storage Shelf

    I cast around for a long while trying to find a better way to store my planes. I had built a saw till, (also included in the first picture) last summer and finally decided that my plane storage should be a companion sized piece. I looked over all kinds of different options but most things seemed...
  2. Hand Plane Till From Only Pallets!

    This project was inspired by numerous talented woodworkers in books and on the internet. One day, I walked by a big pile of pallets and shortly thereafter the property owner sent me home with a truck load of them. Building solid furniture with pallets is a process but not all that difficult...
  3. French Cleat Hand Plane, Sandpaper, Saw, & Paper Towel Storage

    The first things I mounted on my new french cleat wall were my storage solutions for my hand planes, saws, sandpaper, and paper towels. I built these before my hiatus from woodworking and had them mounted around the shop on one-off cleats. Now, they have the honor of gracing the new wall...
  4. Reclaimed Pine Plane Till with a surprise

    After being bitten by the hand plane bug, my collection quickly outgrew the storage space available in my small shop. I started researching how other LJ's had built tool cabinets and plane tills and was immediately struck by the additional storage in LukieB's design. With only 110 sq ft to...
  5. Display & Storage for my restored planes and hand tools

    I have spent hundreds of hours on this project and only one weekend of it was spent making the shelves and took racks. A little over a year ago I took a big interest in restoring and using vintage hand tools. I have a blog series on here that is dedicated to my restoration work so if anyone is...
  6. WorkBench Storage Cabinet - Just to Show off my Hand Planes!

    So I had some time recently and was getting sick of running around my shop for my chisels and hand planes to work on a small task. I know its laziness and the shop is small - only 12×30, but still, it was a necessary task. The Cabinet is made of leftover 3/4" Oak plywood - mainly left over from...
  7. Woodworking Skill Share
    I know a french woman who now lives in portland and she would like to make her own jewelers workbench, i mentioned LJ's and offered to shout out for anyone who lives in the area and would be interested to help her out with some stages eventually. or just give out good adresses for lumberyards...
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