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  1. View File Workbench Magazine May-June 1967 24 Apartment Martin House This is a scanned document of the now defunct Workbench Magazine of this era. Permission was granted by the new Workbench Publication for The Patriot Woodworker community to copy and use the old Workbench Magazine at our pleasure, and for free distribution and re-use. Submitter John Morris Submitted 10/10/2019 Category Yard and Outdoors  
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    This is a scanned document of the now defunct Workbench Magazine of this era. Permission was granted by the new Workbench Publication for The Patriot Woodworker community to copy and use the old Workbench Magazine at our pleasure, and for free distribution and re-use.
  3. I have built some fancy birdhouses for my wife. I used fencing Cedar because it weathers good. Well, I thought it did. Now a few years later, all of them are badly cracked or weathered away. I must also add that they were hit by some big hail. (That I can do nothing about.) However I am up for suggestions on a better wood or perhaps a finish that would help them last longer. The Colorado sun is brutal and destroys most wood in short order. I am not going to repair or rebuild till winter, so there is no rush. Birds are now starting their nests and I discovered how bad they were when I cleaned them out. I patched and repaired enough to get thru summer. They now look NOTHING like they did in the picture
  4. Smallpatch

    Red birds

    No where near done yet so these colors will change as I squirt on the finishing touches.. I have also decided the best possible place for viewing would be in a very dark surrounding..like with no flashlight then you see nothing. The snow is the only place that has any clear over the stains so no telling what will show up next.. Nothing glued down yet so I still got time to play around with it.. For sure the frame will turn green..
  5. Yes I like to start with the hardest parts to color first... Then I can stop holding my breath till the next day.. but until I put the clear on I am still in the dark as to what these things will end up looking like black birds or grackles???
  6. Just to see how hard it might be on my small brain!! To leave out things and add different things to this original picture and still make the right proportions in size... I am using Rapid Resizer to try and guess the right size of things as to where I will be inserting them in this picture...Its truly a head scratcher thingy. First picture is what I am starting with and next picture is where I am at in my world of changes... Next picture I might get a few things to suit but not I am wondering. I found this front portion of a model A and since I needed more of something on the other side of this picture I used Rapid Resizer to flip the picture so I could use the same picture on the other side....and I made it a hair smaller! I also can't stain the wood where it will be white as snow so question mark on what it will end up looking like.. In this mess I decided to use things I traced compared to actual pictures of things so I will know what to do on the next picture for the actual likenesses for future projects.....and I can already see the things I traced then drew onto paper then scroll sawed out ended up looking terrible as opposed to things I actually attached pictures to scroll saw will turn out looking better if I can run the scroll saw on the actual lines of the picture?? I do hope to put a snow capped mountain behind the windmill so this small amount of white paint might be used? A project like this is to keep me doing what I like to do in the shop and not having to use lots of expensive wood in the process... and maybe keep my little brain from freezing up to become useless like it almost is now. I can still wave by-by so there!!! The female red bird I traced and she might end up looking like a duck or something??? Something else, when using the band saw to make shorter pieces, always cut the excess off the top of the pieces so what is left will lay back in and match up like it did to start with... So far the Dremel has been used very little only to see how to make the trees look kinda like trees?? This picture might end up staying in the shop down deep in a drawer somewhere!!???
  7. Some of you have seen the bird houses I built. Every year we get birds, but every year wasps make nests in the houses. Even if the birds have a nest, they run them off or kill them. I've experimented and have finally found a solution. I bought some thin Teflon sheets and put them on the underside of the roof, figuring that if their nest can't stick to the roof, they won't build. I have 5 bird houses and 4 had birds, no wasps. One I forgot to put it in had a BIG wasp nest. (Teflon spray did not work) The other big problem is hail, we've had it as big as baseballs and it can destroy a house with a direct hit.
  8. I wasn't going to build any more bird cage ornaments. That changed. My wife was showing one to a very dear friend and she loved it. Then she said," Ron will make you one, wouldn't you?" Both looked at me and I didn't want to be the Grinch. There is so much detail and tedious work involved and it takes hours...........OH WELL I made this one about a quarter inch bigger in dia and a bit heftier. I used South American marble wood and that was a mistake. It is VERY heavy and hard. Drilling tiny holes successfully is difficult ever in soft woods. I did mess up on one piece and had to remake it. This morning she said,"you have made 3 of them, one each for our girls and one for my friend now I want one" I told her I would under one condition, that there is NO dead line for its completion.
  9. Ron Altier posted some bird cages and they were really beautiful . I really want to try some of those. I made a few more birdhouse ornaments to add to inventory.
  10. View File King Fisher King Fisher by Mahendra Submitter John Morris Submitted 11/06/2016 Category Scroll Saw Patterns  
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    King Fisher by Mahendra
  12. I got an idea about making a bird cage tree ornament. I worked at it until it came out this way. I had to innovate as I went. It is about 3" high. I have big clumsy hands and this was a real challenge. If I do it again, I will make some changes to make it easier. The cage bars are used in jewelry making, no idea how they use it.
  13. It will be a couple weeks before I can turn anything new but Christmas is coming!! Time to start turning ornaments! Here's a few from last year. . .
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