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[Lego Table]: Part 16

Today saw an abbreviated shop time due to visiting family and falling temperatures outside. That said, I still got a lot done and one step closer to completion! First up, I decided to cut the wings in half. As it … Continue reading

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[Lego Table]: Part 11

I had a simple goal today—get the drawer fronts all cut out and shaped. Drawer Fronts I started on the drawer fronts today. First I made a template of the shape I wanted to cut out for a finger pull. … Continue reading

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[Shop Org] Busywork

I had sporadic time in the shop today as the kids were in and out all morning and took very short naps today.  I kind of don’t mind on account of how humid it was…got tired of the sweat dripping … Continue reading

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[Castle Bookcase] Prepping for Paint

I wrapped up the final bits necessary before painting in the past few days.  Here’s the rundown on what I’ve been up to…  First, I sanded everything.  This took a whole day’s session…there’s a lot of surface area on this … Continue reading

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[Birthday Frame]

Ah, another secret project…   I decided to frame a map of Oxford, England (its printed on cloth, like a handkerchief) my wife picked up when she was going to college there.  It has survived the journey back across the Pond … Continue reading

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[Router Table] The Fence

Took advantage of some quiet time after the kiddos went down tonight to make up some time on another secret project.  Finishing the router table was key to that project and can also be really useful on the Castle Bookcase … Continue reading

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[Router Table]

As I contemplated working on Kylie’s Castle Bookcase, I realized that my plan for custom trim around the bottom and top would need the services of a router.   I figured it would be easier to use a router table … Continue reading

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