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  1. Pallet wood (H)erb/veggie Garden

    My version of WWMM's Herb Garden plan, I wanted something to go on each side of the windows in my garage, that side of my house get absolutely pounded by the sun (as you can see by the condition of the siding/window trim). I was too cheap to pay $22 for the sheet of lattice at Home Depot, so I...
  2. Cedar raised planter bed

    I made this cedar raised planter bed to create an herb garden for my wife early this year. It has served us well and produced TONS of herbs!
  3. raised bed herb garden fence/enclosure

    this is a raised bed on clay subsoil. prior to building, i dug duwn 6", then trenched & drain tiled the center. dug post holes and set posts. erected 2×12 raised bed, and fencing. used bird house motiff from a garden bench i built a few years ago, on the posts. used some wild cheery sticks on...
  4. Raised Herb Garden

    This is a raised herb garden I built for a friend (actually built two). Made it out of cedar, and used pocket screws as well as deck screws. It measures 60" long x 18" deep x 40" tall.
  5. Finishing
    So I have a job for a restraunt of 40 oak butcher block tables. The old finish is a old oil base poly but on with one thick by the owner 7 years ago. Let's just the finish is not pretty. Pizza pans stick, cups, napkins and menus all stick to this massive failure of finish. The first finish I...
  6. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Needing some advice from someone not so new to the woodshop as me! What do you think of this? 7529 Porter-Cable 2-HP plunge router it features a variable-speed motor with micro height adjustment with a 698 P/C router table. I am also including a 40 Pc router bit set. Asking $200 Looks good...
  7. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Hi, I'm planning on building a coffee table using cherry. I want it to be 2" thick with the dimensions 48" x 34". I was planning on having wide boards, 7"-10" to make up the top but now that I research more I am afraid of cupping. Any advice on how to proceed, any tips? Are the boards thick...
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