March 3, 2015

Project - How to build the Wood Magazine battery holder/dispenser

February 28, 2015

What videos did I watch this week? #11 (2-28-15 )

In this series of posts I will be sharing with you my favorite videos that I watched this week.  Do you have a video that you would like featured here?  Leave a comment below and let me know about it!

How to Make a Rustic Looking, Industrial Towel Rack!

Wood & Leather Box


The Architect's Chair part one: Rough dimensioning and resawing the frame parts.



Pocket holes vs. mortise and tenon joints


✔ DiResta Dart Board


The Kalmia Credenza



What should be your Top 10 tools to buy for Woodworking?



The Woodpecker Ep 75 - The interior doors part 1



DiResta: Spike's Cat House

February 24, 2015

Slo Mo - Having fun with a forstner bit



I was finishing up a project today and decided to have some fun with the SLO-MO feature on my phone.

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February 21, 2015

What videos did I watch this week? #10 (2-21-15 )

In this series of posts I will be sharing with you my favorite videos that I watched this week.  Do you have a video that you would like featured here?  Leave a comment below and let me know about it!


Project - Rustic Mission Style candle holder made from scrap wood

Weekly Woodworking Wrap-up Review #56


How to assemble a 3D printer (DeltaPrintr kit)

Build a Curvy Guitar Stand



How I Built a Cat FEEDING Station *I don't actually explain anything*


Air Drying Your Own Lumber

February 20, 2015

If all goes well I will be making an outdoor farmhouse table soon...

My wife came across a posting on Facebook for somebody looking for an outdoor picnic table with the trough down the middle to be used to hold ice and drinks/flowers/candles.  I contacted the poster and after a few messages back and forth we decided on a farmhouse table that is 8 feet long, 53 inches wide, and made out of redwood.  I came up the with the design below and sent it to her as an idea of what it will look like and she likes it.  I priced out the materials last night and sent her a quote this morning.  Hopefully I will have an answer next week after she talks to her husband.  Cross your fingers!

The different colors are there to show the joinery.  The center board will be removable and there will 2 different boxes underneath to use as coolers.