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  1. Go Fish

    The two carvings were made years apart, and tied together (literally) when I completed the "fly". The fly was designed when I felt the "rising trout(bass?)" carving looked too "alone"and small to make an interesting display. The links are brass rods. Admittedly the fish was from a carving book...
  2. Hall Table wine Rack - ?Acacia?

    Hall table with wine rack. The top is probably Acacia. I say probably because I have no recollection of what I purchased at the Lumber yard. Its was 108 degrees that day and a 1.5 hour drive each way in a car with no AC turned my brain into mush. The base was a thrift shop find; I paid...
  3. Have parts, build wagon! (The unpainted edition)

    Hello friends, it has surely been awhile. Somehow life just moves forward and sometimes projects have to sit. Here is a sort of part one for this fall/winter season. I am hoping for the painted edition to take life in the spring of 2015 when time and weather provides a little more for doing...
  4. Christmas Stocking hinger, with Christmas tree topper.

    I bent the hangers and used just the brackets to hold the stocking last year. Think I the up coming year I would make a topper for it. just finished it up. I got it done before Christmas anyway. This is my version of Steve Ramsey's project. I think he put a candle holder on his so the tree...
  5. Blogs
    Temporary Metal Vise for Woodshop View on YouTube I have a very nice woodworking workbench. My bench is adjustable height, has a built in mobile base, bench dogs, a twin screw vise on one end and a quick acting face vise on the other end. It is a fantastic bench for woodworking, which is...
  6. Blogs
    New upper bracket on the bandsaw My venerable Delta-Rockwell 14 bandsaw had been snapping blades recently. When the most recent one let loose last week and I got a (fairly minor) cut from the end of the blade hitting my hand, I decided to look at things more closely, and the bracket for the...
  7. Blogs
    Creative Friends & Influences: Metal Worker Andy Parent One of the greatest things I enjoy as a professional woodworker and remodeling contractor, are the connections that I have with other artisans and craftsmen. By surrounding myself with other artists, it constantly challenges and expands my...
  8. Blogs
    Death by a thousand cuts: the demise of a favorite tool . Okay, yes this a weird post on a woodworking forum. But I swear I use this tool a lot in the shop, not that much on wood, but with wood, Cutting metal things to put on wood, cutting that difficult nail/screw that won't pull out...
  9. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Read this factoid figured I'd start a Interesting Factoid blog and it on to my ole lumberbuds
  10. Hand Tools
    Hi All, Well, I dove into the world of vintage hand planes head first a couple weeks ago when I bought my first one, a Millers Falls No. 9 off of EBay. I've researched the forums ad nauseam, soaking up as much info from all of the experts on the site, as well as FWW and others, too. I've done...
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