The Woodshop Shed

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combine of remainder

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combine of remainderI have so many beech remainder, that i have to handle them.In order to consume them, i use them to practice kanawa tsugi for a long time.lucky, i just get some cheap hinoki and mahogany shortly before.All i need to do is combine them simply.



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Violin Scraper Caddy

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Violin Scraper CaddyA while ago I made a set of violin maker's scrapers from a dollar store saw blade. They have been sitting in the tray from a package of Fig Newtons on my work table. I occasionally use them as I need to clean up areas on the violins and cellos that I repair.A few days ago I decided to make a little caddy to hold them upright for easier access. Formerly I would dig through the tray looking for the one I wanted.I made it very simply with a hunk of scrap 3/4 pine. I used the table saw to make the kerfs in it about 1/2 inch deep. Then I simply wrapped it by glueing on a piece of thin 2/4 strip that I kept.I finished it with boiled linseed oil.



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Rattle Jerkbait

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Rattle JerkbaitOkay, it seems that all I'm posting now is fishing lures. This one I really like though. I think it came out so 'pretty'. I hope the fish think so too. Things that are new for me:

  • I upped my difficulty with the paint scheme
  • There is a ball bearing in the lure causing it to rattle when it's retrieved
  • I made my own eyes. In fact I made everything about the lure
  • It's got two dimes, yes coins, embedded in the build… You'll have to watch the video to find out why
The video of the build is here.....


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