I am a hobbyist woodworker, looking to sharpen my skills (and my planes) and have some fun along the way.
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Had a little time today and thanks to the Kreg jig, made a lot of progress, relatively speaking. First up, I used the coping saw to make a duplicate shelf for the upper stage. Then I cut out a rectangular … Continue reading
Haven’t had a lot of shop time in the past week, too many tasks around the house and yesterday was a complete wash (rain all day makes for stir-crazy kids). But, I did get out there today and made some … Continue reading
Finally got back to work on this project…I dove right in with making the staves for thr coopered base on Stage I. My plan is to make a nice curved wall and cut a hatch into it so Keaton can … Continue reading
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
This design for this bookcase calls for a simple shape for the backing. In the previous post I mentioned splitting it in two for ease of construction. Here’s how I did it: Using the Versacut, I freehand cut every line … Continue reading