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  1. 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...
  2. Spalted elm shop stool

    Back in February, I bought a large slab of spalted elm I'm using to build a new workbench. A piece from the end of the slab was big enough for a stool, so I decided to build a tall and sturdy shop stool for myself. I cut two corners off a rectangular piece, then shaped the legs from red oak...
  3. Panelplanes..the one I wouldn't build

    This was the plane I built for Andy along with the one I have been using since 1997.
  4. #5 Jack Plane Rehab

    This is the #5 Jack Plane that I picked up from eBay. After using my inherited #3 Smoothing Plane for my last cutting board, I knew I wanted a nicer #5 Jack. My father gave me a beautiful Lie Nelson Block Plane, but the LN Bench Planes are quite a leap up in price. I got this for about $25...
  5. Quilt rack

    Finished a quilt rack for my son Ben just in time for Christmas. He inherited some of my mom's quilts after she passed away and he found some he really liked and wanted a way to display them. This is the result with one of our quilts that mom made for us as an example of her handiwork. All hand...
  6. Matching end tables

    I made a pair of these. The wood used is clear pine. The drawer is 1/2" poplar and the drawer bottom oak plywood. The top is a glue up of two 1×12's. I match jointed them with a #7. I finished the top with a smooth plane and chamfered it lightly with a block plane. Legs and supports are 6/4...
  7. pencil box

    This is a pencil box I made for my grand daughter. It's approximately 10" X 10" and 3 inches deep. I used old left over scrap from other projects and pallet hardwood
  8. Oak Coffee Table

    My daughter, who is single, had just moved into her new home and didn't have a lot of furniture, so I made this oak coffee table for her. I'm now in the process of building a sideboard for her. It's my first attempt at something that large.
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  9. 2013 Hand Plane Swap

    Gather around children, and I'll tell you the story about The Ugly Little Jack Plane That Could. I've been lurking and infrequently posting to this site for almost a couple of years now. I sat out the last swaps this site did, the mallets and marking gauges. I wasn't confident enough in my...
  10. Folding Table for Ottoman

    The mother of a past customer contacted me. She has been looking for a nice folding table to put on top of her cushioned ottoman for times when they have company. The trick was that it had to fold up for storage in the closet when they didn't have people over. I agreed to make one - after...
  11. Catalpa Green man

    Catalpa wood, 11"x14"x3.75" I learned the glued on copy technique from Chris Pye's Woodcarving Workshop online video lessons, the guy knows his stuff! I had acquired more tools by this time, and got a feel for using a mallet as well. Started making my own jigs to hold the piece as carving...
  12. Hand Plane Swap 2015

    Here is a handplane made for fatandy2003 for the 2015 handplane swap. Below is the letter that was included with the plane. fatandy2003, Here is my attempt at a wooden jack plane. It is made of Brazilian Cherry in a traditional style. Blade bed angle is 45degrees and is a little over 14" long...
  13. New Handplanes

    So, it's been quite a while since I've posted anything here. This is the latest project that's filling my free time. I have a new job teaching woodshop at a school for children with learning disabilities and on my free time I started this set of hand planes. I decided to build them using...
  14. yPod

    This hollow form vessel is turned from fiddle back maple. It is finished with aniline dyes and wipe-on poly. It measures approximately 6 inches by 4.75 inches. All comments and critiques are welcomed and appreciated.
  15. 10 lbs in a 5 lbs box - my finished shop

    I didnt have the ideal space to start … and I wanted a wide selection of tools and equipment …. I think it turned out OK. The shop started as an open air car port that I walled in using shiplap sideing. I added a 170 sq ft side room with oak floors and cabinets finished with redwood beams and...
  16. 2013 Plane Swap - "Jackinho"

    Here is the plane I made for the swap, it went to Greg In Maryland. It's made of marblewood and ash. The cheeks, wedge and pin are marblewood and the body is ash, and the iron is a 1.5" Nice Ash. The bed is 50 degrees. What a humbling project, I ruined 4 different pieces of ash before I got...
  17. Garlopin/Jack plane

    Jackplane in beech, with a chestnut handle and chesnut kicker. The blade is a old blade buy in ebay. Garlopin en madera de haya, con el golpeador y el mango en madera de castaño. La cuchilla es una vieja cuchilla comprada en ebay.
  18. Marketplace Classifieds
    Here is another plane ready for sale. It's a beautiful Stanley #5C jack plane. Approximately a type 8/9. Has a single date on the lateral adjuster, and two dates on the bed behind the frog. Please see the pictures for the features that lead me to believe it's approx this type. Regardless of...
  19. Marketplace Classifieds
    I'm looking for a good quality Stanley #5 or #5 1/2 variant (bedrock, corrugated, etc) Jack plane OR a Veritas BU Jack. Does anyone have any they are hoping to sell?
  20. Hand Tools
    I bought this plane at a flea market for a couple dollars. No brand markings or anything. I don't really expect it to be some sort of treasure find, but I needed a jack plane and found this and bought it. the tote is a little wobbly, but if figured I could fix that. It's 14" long and says "Made...
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