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  1. So yesterday me Missus asked me to make a spice rack that can mount on the inside of the pots and pans cabinet door. I took some measurements, and lay it out in my head as I’m trying to sleep. Pretty basic, back piece, two sides, bottom, and a bar across the front the hold things in. I have never made/used a rabbet before and decide this will be a good project to learn on. I’m using 1/4 Baltic Birch. I get the 4 main pieces cut, and rabbeted. Everything fits like a dream, I’m pretty satisfied with myself. Only thing left to do before glue-up is to cut the dado/groove in the front of the 2 side
  2. I had an idea for turning something unusual. I sat down and drew up plans and made drawing. It involved cutting angles and drilling holes, Some were thin cuts. I drilled the holes and made the cuts...........HOWEVER, I dropped the darn thing and it broke into MANY, Many pieces. I just looked at that mess that took me hours of planning and walked away. Didn't cuss, didn't do a thing, not even clean it up. I just walked to the outdoor swing, where there was a cool breeze, and took a nap. :-) Old guys can do that, you know.
  3. I just returned from HD, they had a aisle blocked to handle paint with a forklift. Well.....................................
  4. My wife put the cover on the burn barrel awhile back. Seems the fire was not done and the wooden barrel top well, it burned... Now that I am done with the deck this can be fixed. We like the cover to keep the stuff inside from getting wet until we burn. Also the cats seem to enjoy yet another perch so hey a win win situation. Broke out my circle cutting jig for bandsaw and proceeded to cut two pieces of 3/4 plywood neighbor gave me. Two nice neat circles one undersized to fit the lip so it stays put. Rounded the edges on the rou
  5. I got to the point on this box (and 12 others) where it was time to route out the mortises for the lid stays.... and when I finished doing that... I realized that I routed 'em out on the front of the box, not the back, where the 10mm barrel hinge holes were already drilled out.... After a bit of head scratching....I decided to route out the same on the front of the box, square up the corners and put in some shop made inlay..... and then, still not satisfied, I drilled some 1/8" holes and pounded in some 1/8" round brass stock, sanded 'em down and now it looks like this.
  6. I was working on the wiring in the shop at the ceiling level, on top of my 8' step ladder where I left my long time friend: a 20oz Plumb claw hammer. To shorten the story, I knocked the ladder with my rolling scaffold (I was on the floor) and knocked the hammer (which i had forgot was up there) down to the floor. It hit just the right way to split the handle lengthwise. Not to fear, buy another one. Ordered a repalcement from the 'zon, this one with a fiberglass handle to with stand those falls. Got here today....no where does it say where it was made, my other plumb hammers all say "made in
  7. Still pinch hitting for John Moody as he recovers from hand surgery. Fall has hit the midwest with wind, rain and cooler temperatures. I'm in the shop wrapping up a few cutting boards and trivets for an upcoming show. So, what's on your weekend agenda?
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