I am a hobbyist woodworker, looking to sharpen my skills (and my planes) and have some fun along the way.
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Busy day today! The Stage I carcass is nearly complete! I planned on attaching the sides, cutting the curves of the shelves and putting everything together. And I did, but there was some jig making that had to be done … Continue reading
After discussing it with my wife, we decided it would be better to have another shelf on the bookcase and shorten the toy storage area. Easy enough. I ripped out a new shelf, trimmed to size a d drilled pocket … Continue reading
I used what time I had today to make the final cuts on the base moulding and attach both sides and front with glue and nails. Used up quite a bit of time just clearing space in the garage and … Continue reading
Today I installed a block (2 2×4 cut-offs glued and screwed together) to support the bottom shelf, directly under the support brace for the main shelf. Here it is before installation: It was a perfect fit and will carry any … Continue reading
Spent an hour in the shop today assembling the carcase. It was very quick. First I marked on the side where the bottom shelf and top shelf would be, drew layout lines and coated with glue. Then I put the … Continue reading