Blog entries tagged wwtheme

WoodworkingWeb Theme: Jigs

A riggedy-jig and away we go … Woodworkers do love their jigs and if they don’t, they probably just haven’t tried one yet. So many uses and so many benefits, including time and safety! You can find all the "jigs posted here...

WoodworkingWeb Theme: Holiday Home Decor

I set this theme up for the Crochet.Community and thought it would be nice to have it here as well. December, which is fast approaching, brings many holiday celebrations and homes will soon be displaying a variety of decorations, symbolic...

WoodworkingWeb Theme: CARVING

Have you seen these? Amazing carvings!! (Creations tagged as CARVING) This Spider Man, created by kiefer and his grandson, using "a spokeshave, rasp, file and sandpaper straight " for this carving. “Pouting Pete” is created by...

WoodworkingWeb Theme: BOWLS

Bowls big and large Often turned on the lathe Some with a live or natural edge Some shallow and some with deep interiors… but all — beautiful! See all of the WoodworkingWeb creations tagged as BOWL, here. Here are a few of the magnificent...

WoodworkingWeb Theme: MARQUETRY

Marquetry: “art and craft of applying pieces of veneer to a structure to form decorative patterns, designs or pictures” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marquetry Our WoodworkingWeb members have created and shared some really beautiful pieces of...

WoodworkingWeb Theme: INLAY

Want to take your woodworking creations to another level? Maybe it’s time add a little something using inlays! What is INLAY? Basically, it is creating a hole/gouge in the wood and gluing something inside it. Although the goal is simple, the...

WoodworkingWeb Theme: CURVES

Our Summer Awards 2014 is now official: CURVE-aliciousness Woodworking is “CURVE-alicious” and the curvier the better .. well, at least for this Awards event it is! Take some wood, any type of wood, any amount of wood, and curve it up into...

WoodworkingWeb Theme: Crosscut Sled

The crosscut sled: as Ianwater says, “A good cross cut sled is a life saver.” He also says, It has helped me improve my cuts I know exactly where the blade will be cutting The work piece is supported on both side I can use hold down...

WoodworkingWeb Theme: Milk Paint Finish

Milk Paint Finish: what is it; why use it; and how to get the best results? Let’s start with the “what”. Milk paint has been around for thousands of years and uses, .. wait for it ….. “milk” for painting! It is actually “casein”, a...

WoodworkingWeb Theme: Wooden BOXES

Anyone who knows me, knows that I am an “outside the box” kind of person! I like to take an idea and stretch it, play with it, distort it, expand on it, and, well, think outside of it. But that doesn’t mean that I don’t like boxes. As a matter...