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WoodworkingWeb Interview: Ianwater

I love interviews – getting to know people on a different level. We begin this series of interviews with IANWATER who has been very active on our site, helping 3W (WoodworkingWeb) begin its journey and members develop their skills. Ianwater...

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 Awards: CURVE-aliciousness #4: And the Winners Are ...

Our second WoodworkingWeb awards are behind us and we ended with 13 beautiful entries. I would like to thank you all who participated either by submitting entries or voting! Here are the winning creations: Winner $100 Cash Prize ...

Missed the curves contest by a few days :(

Oh well. Maybe next time. I just finished assembling my project, which is a side table for outside at the entrance of our house. I’ll post it as a creation when it’s done. I was inspired by Ianwater’s curve leg picnic table and decided to make...

Is it too late for curves?

I got inspired by Ianwater’s curved leg picnic table. My wife wants a table outside the entrance for Amazon packages. The roof extends over the entrance so I’m not to concerned about the weather. I bought some oil based enamel to paint it. It...

WoodworkingWeb Gazette: Issue 1.04 (August 2014)

Oh what a wonderful summer it is thus far. Weather-wise, here in Ontario, Canada, it has had its ups and downs, but here in our WoodworkingWeb Community – well, the wood has been flying and the inspirations are spectacular, as usual. We have...

Member of the Week

Member Of The Week is such an honour for me. Thank you to MsDebbie and Martin for such a wonderful site. I’m not the kind of person that takes recognition well. The woodworkin that I do and post is by far not the best nor the most professional on...

Simple Jigs and Techniques #4: Easy DIY Safety Straightedge

This one came from a discussion in lanwater"s blog about hammer veneering. The topic of safe straightedges for knifework came up and a few ideas were batted around. Well today I had a little knife and straightedge work to do and I know how...

Coffe Table #4: Rib Cage Glue Up

In the previous installment of this blog, I left off with the ribs cut and pattern routed. It is time to glue them up. I decided that the first 5 ribs on each side will be glued and clamped and the rest glued and pin nailed as opposed to...

Learning veneer #1: Learning Veneer Hamering- First Baby steps

First a big Thanks to Paul. Paul has been mentoring me in veneering through long distance learning; emails that is. Two great videos, among many, I enjoyed watching: https://woodworkingweb.com/entries/159-hammer-veneering ...