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  1. Site Help and Suggestions
    How do I add an entry to a journal that I created?
  2. Folding Outfeed Table

    I finally finished my folding outfeed table this weekend. I've been meaning to build one for a long time but I'm now glad I didn't get around to until I got the new saw. It's based on a plan from the February 2009 issue of Woodworkers Journal, with a couple of minor changes. Materials are...
  3. Black Walnut Hummingbird Journal Cover

    My Sweety always keeps a journal, so I surprised her one birthday by making a journal with wooden cover. Just a plain old wooden cover wasn't quite enough. I carved a Hummingbird on it, because that's another thing she does, she feeds the Hummers. When I had the Railroad ties resawed, there was...
  4. "The Learning Curve Journal"

    I made this a couple weeks ago after reading a few comments about keeping notes on woodworking projects etc. I thought that I should definitely be recording my learning curve, especially the "don't do THAT again" mishaps. The other goal of this project was to see what it would look like to mix...
  5. Blogs
    Shop Safety Outside of the Shop. I do not really care for home improvement projects. Well, perhaps that is a little harsh. I should say that I do not enjoy them nearly as much as designing and building fine furniture. The other part of home improvement that I do not like is that I seem to be...
  6. Blogs
    In the beginning, there was nothing... I am building a shop!!! I'm so excited to have this experience. I know it might be hard, there will be issues, it will be time consuming, but the rewards are many! I hope to put this experience in a blog format here to document my experience and...
  7. Blogs
    INTRO I stumbled into woodworking when challenged to prove my statement, "I could do that" uttered on many occasions regarding Pinterest posts of DIY projects. My first creation was a table cobbled together with cieling fan blades, 2×4's and a table base using a bare minimum of tools. Several...
  8. Blogs
    Joining a Community I've been an artist of some form my entire life. My current job involves directing and creating artwork for a mobile video game for a rather large game company, which, while it has afforded me a number of great things, is a bit of a soul sucking enterprise, and not something...
  9. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I finally found this site yesterday, after years of search and wait, David Lynch, a Record Planes and Tools collector from Australia has built this complete web site fully dedicated to Record Handplanes and Tools, with invaluable information about the history of the company, production periods...
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