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1,029 views, 0 by Martin Sojka

Martin Sojka

Happy Holidays from WoodworkingWeb

We want to wish you a healthy, safe, and happy holiday season filled with joy and surrounded by loved ones. We’re so happy that you selected WoodworkingWeb as your online place to share and discuss your woodworking journey. Have the sharp...

808 views, 0 by Mark44

WoodworkingWeb Awards

Got the email with the following message… “WoodworkingWeb Awards: Dovetail Joint The Awards entry period is over and we ended up with 7 entries. Now it’s time to pick your top 5 list and cast your vote. Voting deadline is on Apr 30, 2016 at...

770 views, 0 by BarbS

BarbS

WoodworkingWeb Quarterly Awards

No place on the Results page of the Quarterly Awards to make a comment, so I want to say here, Thank You to the members for voting my Salt and Pepper Shakers second place winners, and Thank you to the Admin for sponsoring the contest! I look...

640 views, 0 by Tom Haggerty

Tom Haggerty

New to the WoodworkingWeb

Hello fellow artisans and craftsmen, My name is Tom and I will be looking for tips, and projects here in the site as well as sharing some of the things I do. I am located in New Jersey and am a modest woodworker dabbling in woodburning,...

1,294 views, 0 by Martin Sojka

Martin Sojka

1,000 Creations? When? Take a guess and win!

We’re fast approaching a nice milestone: 1,000 woodworking creations posted on WoodworkingWeb. Just the right time for a little fun contest :) Post a comment to this thread with your guess, when we will reach the 1,000 creations on...

838 views, 0 by Martin Sojka

Martin Sojka

New Feature Alert: Activity Logs

Ever wanted to see your WoodworkingWeb activity history on one place? Well, now you can. You can find your latest activity on your profile page (Me → My Profile) and clicking on ‘view all’ will show your complete activity history. ...

1,058 views, 0 by Martin Sojka

Martin Sojka

Major Design Revamp

WoodworkingWeb gets a major design revamp today. Before: After: Let us know what you think.

862 views, 0 by Martin Sojka

Martin Sojka

Sometimes all it takes is a small push

Yes, sometimes all it takes is just a small push. My favorite font called Roboto has been updated a few days ago, on January 14, 2015. It was used as the main font on WoodworkingWeb since the beginning. And the change was for worse. I...

563 views, 0 by Martin Sojka

Martin Sojka

New Feature Alert: Notifications Upgrade

Your WoodworkingWeb notifications are now easier to access and manage. When you click on the notifications button (the bell icon in the header if you have any), you will not be taken to a separate page anymore. Sleek notifications pop-up will...

822 views, 0 by Jeff B

Jeff B

A question of payment

Hey everyone, I have had an issue come up. I was commissioned to build a keepsake box. The lady who asked for it is an old friend from Ohio that I’ve known since Junior High. I built the box, this box to be specific: "": ...

710 views, 0 by Swhitey

My Introduction, Swhitey

Well, my story is as follows, originally from the North East of England, we moved down to South West France five and a half years ago where we have been renovating a 300 year old French farmhouse. We’ve been on a very tight budget, as you must...

3,340 views, 0 by Shin

Shin

Bird's Eye Pine/Knotty Pine/Pecky Pine: I'm Confused.

Recently I posted picks of the Wedding Card/Keep Sake box I made for a young couple. https://woodworkingweb.com/creations/2102-wedding-keep-sake-card-box I made the box from Birds’ Eye/Knotty Pine that I found at Lowes, or Home Depot, earlier...

737 views, 0 by Martin Sojka

Martin Sojka

Sooo much better search in the works...

We’re working on a much improved search experience… It will be first released this week on CakesDecor and WoodworkingWeb will follow in the next few days. You can already get a sneak peek on the Cakes pages. It’s coming to Blogs, Forums,...

528 views, 0 by Jeff B

Jeff B

Woo hoo!

I just found out that my latest funeral urn that I made for the Garden of Innocence is going to be displayed at a funeral directors convention in San Francisco. I’m pretty happy about that. It’s not an art gallery or anything, but the recognition...

550 views, 0 by Brian

Brian

Making a small box to take abuse

I made a box to hold my cigarettes that I buy loose at the local reservation. It’s been almost 2 years that I’ve carried that box with me everywhere I go: work, fishing, rain, shine, snow and sleet. It’s taken a LOT of abuse and it shows. It’s...

2,012 views, 0 by Manitario

Manitario

World's biggest handplane

David Barron has a bunch of great instructional Youtube videos but he also occasionally demonstrates some pretty cool hand tools like this 5ft long coopers plane: It probably isn’t the biggest in the world, nor can I see it getting much use...

809 views, 0 by David E.

David E.

Stain + Lacquer????

Hi all, I have an opportunity to do a large number of dress up closets for a local non-profit similar to this: https://woodworkingweb.com/creations/1540-another-dress-up-cart The only difference is that they would like them stained instead...

819 views, 0 by MsDebbieP

MsDebbieP

Tool of the Month: BLOCK PLANE

What are your tips and knowledge of block planes? (Bo Peep’s Photo: https://woodworkingweb.com/entries/998-cleaning-up-the-block-plane-part-1)

607 views, 0 by Legorreto

Legorreto

Rotate pictures on the Blog

I am sorry if this is not the correct place to post this issue, but I have been trying to get my pictures to rotate before posting them here. In my last post https://woodworkingweb.com/creations/2414-father-son-project-sword , I couldn’t find...

525 views, 0 by Jack

Jack

Received my tee shirt

I received my new WoodworkingWeb tee shirt in the mail that I was fortunate to win in the toy competition drawing. Just thought I would show you all how nice it looks. I wore it when I went to Woodcrafters for a few things and got a couple of...