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  1. Version 1.0.0

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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.
  2. View File Workbench Magazine March-April 1967 Galloping Glider 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 05/18/2019 Category Yard and Outdoors  
  3. I'm finished when it goes in the house.. If it falls apart? I'll have to study horses before I try another picture like this.....I could have put their eyes on their nose and would have looked just as good. Grandpawdave52, whats the 52 for? this was the rope molding in the trunk, a Lowes product... I tried to get them to give it to me for buying the 7 Dremels plus having to drive the 100 miles where the only Lowes had any of those sets left..Yes they would have sent them but for 57 freight we decided to see some different country that day.. That is their regular charge if they have to send anything directly from a store and it is a standard charge for all stores... didn't know that...could have been 56 but seemed too much anyway.. The rooster is still sitting there not glued up...Since I changed all the colors different than the picture I don't have anything to go by and the glue would already have set up by the time I get halfway finished, not good...I know I'll have to enlarge a picture of it but hey I am a tight wad and this ink does cost for the printer... I added extra wood under the left side to give more better look?
  4. Nice plan for a great shave horse. http://www.veritastools.com/Content/Assets/ProductInfo/EN/05L1901AI.pdf
  5. MEBCWD

    Horse Trinket Box - Cherry

    From the album: CWD CNC Boxes

    A small lift top trinket box with two compartments made from Cherry.
  6. A buddy of mine shared this to my FB page, and I thought I'd pass it along here, this is such wonderful artwork, and craftsmanship, I love the workings and the concept, but what really draws me to this project is the head of the horse, the art and creativity involved in the face, is just wonderful. See the dark coloring, and the eyes? Really cool.
  7. Here is a handy plan for building a traditional English Shaving Horse. http://www.veritastools.com/Content/Assets/ProductInfo/EN/05L1901AI.pdf
  8. Made this a few years ago. It's based on an old how-to plan resurrected by PopWoodworking. Behind is my cuddly grand-daughter and grandson with whom I share a birthday. And a rocking horse from another old plan.
  9. Version 1.0.0

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    Pattern by member yet to be located.
  10. View File Cowboy Butts Pattern by member yet to be located. Submitter John Morris Submitted 10/16/2016 Category Scroll Saw Patterns  
  11. View File Charge! Charge by Mahendra Submitter John Morris Submitted 10/13/2016 Category Scroll Saw Patterns  
  12. Version 1.0.0

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    Charge by Mahendra
  13. I had fun with these, but I hope someone will help me remember what the heck type of wood I made these from! The name is at the tip of my tongue, It is an exotic, not cocobolo but something along those lines, very dense and heavy. The plank I used had a partial live edge so you'll see some of them with rustic edges, I love those the most. I finished them the night before the event, which was yesterday. My youngest daughter belongs to a Gymkhana club, barrel racing, speed poles, and more. We meet every third Saturday of the month and I volunteered my lumber and time to fabricate the plaques or trophies. They fund the engravings and horse head medallions. For a look at the last ones I did CLICK HERE. See the plaques I made and delivered yesterday morning to the event! They loved them! The stand about 8" tall by 7" wide. I sanded the plaques to 400, and applied a generous coat of BLO and let sit for 15 minutes, then I wiped them off. I re-visited the plaques 4 hours later and wiped them down again as the oil does leach after the initial wipe. The engraved plates came from a wonderful out fit here in town, just as the last ones I did, they came from Anady's Trophies. They are great folks, ready to help, and their quality and attention to detail is un-paralleled. We shopped around and found plates cheaper, but that's the operative word here, cheap, they were cheaper for a reason, the print was lasered on, it looked just like black print smooth to the surface of the plate, very un-classy. After all the work I put into these, I do not want cheap plates to grace the surface of these. So Anady's is the only way to go. Excellent quality and precision engravings. Also, how can I finish this topic without sharing some images of our day yesterday, the first image is my girl holding up here First Place ribbon in the Bi-rangle competition, Division 3 Junior. Her riding partner is sitting behind her, they are great friends and love riding with each other. And my lil girl getting ready to enter the competition area for the Birangle event. The horse she is on is a Mustang named Bubba Joe. He is 26 years old, that's almost a hundred in horse years, but folks, he is fast! The only reason he is living this long, and staying this strong, is he is being used as a daily rider, he gets love and attention, and he is not left in the stable for days on end, he feels needed. Lastly, my girl standing next to her instructor after the competition. The two of them have formed a wonderful friendship and our daughter loves riding with her, and she looks forward to Fridays as that is her lesson day. We had a great time folks. We always do. You cannot get more American then with these events out here in the west. The atmosphere is great, family, American, country music, kids laughing, parents fully involved in all facets of the event, and we all volunteer our time through out the day, yesterday my job was at the registration table, signing folks up for each event, and selling raffle tickets. Just good ol fashioned fun! Thanks for looking, thanks for putting up with my gloating.
  14. Years ago I made a hobby horse for my grandson. You may have seen one on the web, a Clydesdale. It came out very nice and I chose to use pine because it was easy to find and work with. It proved to be a good choice and now is 4 years old and has taken all the kids can offer. It still works and looks great. Now I have a granddaughter that wants one of her very own, but one for a girl. I have chosen this horse to build. It suggests using Ash for the main body. Ash is not readily available and I am up for suggestions for another wood. I want a wood easy to work with that is also a light colored wood. I am thinking of using white paint on the wood, immediately wiping it off to leave the pores filled with white paint, yet allow the wood grain to come through. Any thoughts?
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