Category Archives: woodworking

Wood Carving; Spoons, Spatulas, and a Whiskey Noggin

Now that I’m back to spoon carving it feels great to actually finish some decent pieces.  Most of the nicer wood I have on-hand is kiln-dried, making it much more difficult to work.  More patience, more sharpening, and smaller cuts … Continue reading

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A Carpenter’s Workshop

Someday, I’ll have one this nice again… Click the image for a much larger version.

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Build a New Sled in Time for Christmas!

With the holiday season just around the corner, it’s time to start making those gifts for friends and family.  I collect old plans for projects I never seem to get around to making but here’s a quickie that might be … Continue reading

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Ana White and Some Truly Brilliant Ideas

Someone recently shared this house with me and I’ve seen her (Ana White’s) work popping up all over the Internet lately.  Ana White uses readily available materials to create some genius storage and living solutions for small homes.  These could … Continue reading

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Butaco Plegable (Folding Stool)

Thanks to Ronel Silva for passing this on.  It’s a good video showing the construction of a Pea Picker style of folding stool.  I posted a page about their design I use several years ago.  The video is in Spanish, … Continue reading

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