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  1. Projects In Progress
    I started Part 1 about a month ago. In it, I started with: "My progress is always slow, but it is progress nonetheless". I should also add that it is quite erratic. In that post, I resawed the stock for the sides of my boxes and laminated the stock for the tops. I also got side-tracked resawing...
  2. Journal Test Journal

    Rhubarb, rhubarb, rhubard Here's a pic
  3. Projects Dog Bed

    I built this dog bed to help me with my recovery from a TBI. As such, as long as the outcome was somewhat close to the original intent, I would be happy with the results. The Chief Inspector and I are both happy with the results. I knew that I was going to be using my plough plane and making...
  4. Projects In Progress
    At any given moment, I have several projects on the go. This post will enlighten you folks about the trials and tribulations that I have because of my Traumatic Brain Injury, and show you how I work through or around them. My progress is always slow, but it is progress nonetheless. This project...
  5. Wifes Tea Box with my first hand cut dovetails

    This is my first small box made with hand cut dove tails, I definitely need some practice. The sides are figured Maple, the lid frame is Walnut and the top and bottom panel is Birds Eye Maple. My goal was to use only hand tools but I ended up re-sawing the stock to expedite the project in time...
  6. My Infill Planes and Kits

    This is my first time posting here, so forgive me if this isn't in the right place. My name is Paul, I started making planes about 3 years ago and after interest from potential customers, I've decided to sell some as well. My website is listed under my profile, so if you're interested in seeing...
  7. Hepplewhite One Drawer Stand

    See more on my WordPress Blog Follow the build below: Hepplewhite Stand #1: What's Wrong With This Picture Hepplewhite Stand #2: First Things First Hepplewhite Stand #3: Lay-Out & Rough-Cut Hepplewhite Stand #4: A Proper Edge Hepplewhite Stand #5: Mortises - Finally! Hepplewhite Stand #6...
  8. Slightly different woven board

    This board has a background and accent stripe of New Guinea Rosewood with the main weave of Tasmanian Blackwood and the other accent is Purpleheart. I hope the pics are big enough and there is a bit more detail.
  9. Hungarian Box Bench

    In googling for hall bench designs, I came across a fair number of pine benches with the label "Hungarian Box Bench". I haven't seen any examples here in Canada but it looked like a good second furniture project and I was able to find enough online photos to figure out the basic construction. It...
  10. Spills

    I guess technically this is a project … after all it is made of wood! Having recently completed my spill plane ... I've been enjoying the creation of spills … lots of spills! Last week at church we had a multigenerational Advent Wreath making session. So, I thought I would place this project on...
  11. Roubo Workbench (Hand tools Only)

    In my attempt to move over to a hand tool lifestyle, I decided to upgrade my workbench to a Roubo, since they are all the rage. This is Roy Underhill's version. I don't have his book, so I had to redesign it to fit what I remember it as, keeping his basic vision as a base to work off of. I biult...
  12. Tool rack: keeping the wife happy

    My wife's been pestering me about the clutter of tools in the attic for ages, and as you can see in the images, she does have a point… So I made this toolrack from cheap pine planks to store my chisels and saws in. It's a first in many projects that are intened to get the tools off the ground...
  13. Spring Pole Lathe

    See more on my WordPress blog
  14. Scrap Oak Scrub Plane (Hand tools only)

    I am not a plane maker. This was my first venture into the land of plane making. And since I am trying to migrate over to using hand tools only, I made this with only hand tools. I needed a scrub plane that would do what I needed, the one I had before really bit the cheese for some reason. So I...
  15. Japanese Stool (Hand Tools Only)

    I built this Japanese stool for someone, and wanted to use only hand tools. The stool has 12 mortise and tenon joints, and is glued together. The lumber is recyled from an area construction site. The top was shaped using tons of saw kerfs as stop cuts along the top to the desired depth of the...
  16. Scrap Marking Gauges

    Needed new a marking gauge, and a mortise marking gauge, so I set out to build some out of scrap for a job that needed them. Scrap oak was used, and these were made using only hand tools. The screws were just old bolts that I had laying around. I ground a nail to a sharp point before driving it...
  17. Hallway table

    This is a small project I did specifically to use up some scrap wood and to use this drop of white oak from a countertop we made at my job a while back. It got cut off because it had the pith running through the middle of it, which is exactly why I wanted it. The face of the board perfectly...
  18. New Smoothing Planes

    Hi guys, I haven't posted much lately, it's been busy between work and getting planes done and in the mail. I wanted to show off my newest model, it's similar in size to my Medium Smoother, but a bit longer and wider. With a bed angle of 55 degrees, a tight mouth, and a thick iron, they work...
  19. Tool tote in sapele and maple

    This tool tray is 14×9.5×9.5 using 5/16 stuff. I ran out of thicker material so I just laminated the handle. It is just long enough to contain a regular size hammer.
  20. William & Mary Prie Dieu

    William & Mary Prie Dieu for the Director of the Julian of Norwich Center, Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta. Built of gummy cherry, mahogany, and alder. Finished with boiled linseed oil, lots of sun, shellac, and beeswax. Polished with rotten stone, linen, and turpentine. 100% unplugged, 225+ hours...
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