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A STORAGE SHED FOR MY BBQ GAS GRILL #10: Finishing Up

The carpentry work is finished and only the painting remains. I enjoyed this project and I hope it will be a convenience for us in the years to come. The space it occupies on our terrace is never used, so it was a good place to put it. The only...

Interior door making #4: First paint

Today I caught a break. My wife had to go to the doctor so she was home to take care of the baby when I got home. That gave me a much needed extra hour which enabled me to stay on schedule. I cut the hinge mortises and latchset holes on the...

Gut Shop Reorganization #2: Planning layout

I finally sat down with a calculator and paper and figured out the layout I’ve been roughly organizing in my head. I also decided to permanently fix certain tools in place because I want a level work surface for all of them to share. My garage...

Surf Fishing Plugs #11: Epoxy spinner

So I’ve been really ramping up my game here and one thing that has bothered me is the final protective coat of epoxy. I was not getting good results with 5 minute epoxy so I switched to envirotex, which has a much longer working time, but it sags...

Woodworking Monthly #4: Issue 1.04 / October 2016

October 2016 Issue of our Woodworking Monthly is here. Have a good read! Editorial Feature Article by Les Hastings Feature Article by Paul Miller Editor’s Choice Woodworkers of the Week Monthly Top 5 Theme of the Month...

WoodworkingWeb Gazette: Issue 3.03 (March 2016)

Oops!! Forgot to post this last month. Sorry about that. March: in like a lion and out like a lamb. Now, we’re talking! Come on spring! Spring means green-ness (of spring and of St. Patrick’s Day), gardening, lots and lots of sunshine, and...

WoodworkingWeb Gazette: Issue 2.03 (March 2015)

“March” is such a fine month — filled with the beginnings of such great things!!! March is my favourite month – -filled with the worst of winter, sometimes, plus the best of spring. We are being bombarded with the “worst of winter” right now....

Workshop Tour Challenge #1: Announcement

How does your creative kingdom look? What are your favorite tools? Prepare a tour of your workshop and share it with your WoodworkingWeb buddies for a chance to win a $100 online gift card from your favorite online shop. RULES Post a...

WoodworkingWeb Interview: Jeff Vandenberg

This interview, with Jeff Vandenberg is from March 2015 1. What is your “inspiration story” — where did your interest in woodworking all begin? it all started when I was 4 years of age. I was very interested in what my grandfather was...

Picnic Table #5: Legs Cleanup

The previous segment of this blog we ended with two arches. One had a lot of creep and the other not so much. I have never cleaned any arched piece that big. Again it is heavy and curved (: Dry run on the jointer with 2 rollers was not good....