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  1. Early learning toy influenced by Montessori

    A simple toy for toddlers to recognize shapes and numbers. It's made from 12mm plywood and 10mm dowel. Made using basic hand tools :) Numbers are burned on with a pyrography machine. There are details on how to make this on my Instructables page here...

    Three different orders : KUHINJA (kitchen) - oak, 18cm hight LUKA (the name) - walnut, 20cm hight 19 (house number) - ash, 15cm hight I cut all on bandsaw, finish wood oil.
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    I've tried googling this, but maybe the answer is so simple that no one ever thought that this question would be asked. I've been trying to learn a little bit about handplanes by reading online, and have yet to figure out ifthere is any logic to the numbering scheme of handplanes. My only...
  4. Woodcarving
    Hey gang, I have a new hare-brained project. This requires that I carve some small numbers into blocks of wood. See here for a picture of Napier's Bones. This set clearly has pasted-on paper labels. That's ok, but at some point, it is no longer woodworking, it is crafting. I know how to...
  5. Blogs
    Video: How to Carve a Sign, Part 1 In this two-part video series I'll show you how to carve and finish a sign from high-density urethane (EZboard). I hope this is helpful to you. Your comments and questions are welcome. More info on EZboard can be found at
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