The Woodshop Shed

adventures in woodworking and home maintenance, from my shop in an oversized backyard shed

May 2020
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
         
           


Resurrection of the Unknown Crank Bait

Furnished content.
(from Lumberjocks.com)


Resurrection of the Unknown Crank BaitThis is the second of this bait I've made. The first one (it's original twin) was lost yesterday in a tree of all places. Thing is, just before that it was the first time I had caught a fish on one of my baits. Then I cast it into a tree.So, this morning I went out and nearly duplicated the same, now nostalgic item. Like it's twin, it's made from pine and airbrushed. It has a UV-resin finish coat. I make everything about it except the hooks.In this video it shows the making of the bait from drawing it on a piece of paper to taking the first cast with it when finished.“



Read more here

posted at: 12:00am on 30-May-2020
path: /Woodworking | permalink | edit (requires password)

Comments:
0 comments, click here to add the first



Closet: shoe cabinet and shelf

Furnished content.
(from Lumberjocks.com)


Closet: shoe cabinet and shelf Running out of storage space in our master closet, we decided to Just add some. We have a small recessed nook with 2 hanging bars with a shelf on top. My bride has quite a few shoes and hand bags, so storage for those items made the most sense. All of the wood used was either scrap or what I had on hand leftover from previous projects. Material: 3/4 birch and pine ply, 1/2 pine ply, dimensional pine boards and knotty alder for the cabinet top. Finish: 6 coats of General Finishes varnish (50% cut) for the cabinet top and Behr premium acrylic paint for carcass and shelves. (Not sure why all but one pic came in sideways – any guidance on fixing would be appreciated)



Read more here

posted at: 12:00am on 30-May-2020
path: /Woodworking | permalink | edit (requires password)

Comments:
0 comments, click here to add the first



Custom order for a client

Furnished content.
(from Lumberjocks.com)


Custom order for a clientThis guitar body is Mahogany with a flame maple cap. The neck is Flame maple as well with a rosewood fingerboard. The finish as all my guitar builds is Nitrocellulose Lacquer. This is Bourbon Burst. Everything was done with a bandsaw, a router and a router table. The carving was all done with a set of Japanese rasps. Thanks for looking.



Read more here

posted at: 12:00am on 30-May-2020
path: /Woodworking | permalink | edit (requires password)

Comments:
0 comments, click here to add the first



May 2020
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
         
           


Promoted by Feed Shark





RSS (site)  RSS (path)

ATOM (site)  ATOM (path)

Categories
 - blog home

 - Announcements  (0)
 - Annoyances  (0)
 - For_Sale  (0)
 - Home_and_Garden  (0)
 - Humor  (0)
 - Industry_News  (0)
 - Massachusetts_USA  (0)
     - Swansea  (0)
 - Notices  (0)
 - Observations  (0)
 - Oddities  (0)
 - Privacy  (1)
 - Reading  (0)
     - Books  (0)
     - Ebooks  (0)
     - Magazines  (0)
     - Online_Articles  (0)
 - Reviews  (1)
 - Rhode_Island_USA  (0)
     - Providence  (0)
 - Shop  (0)
 - Shop_Improvements  (2)
 - Woodworking  (3854)
     - Projects  (2)
     - Resources  (3)
     - Techniques  (179)
     - Tips  (0)
     - Videos  (7)


Archives
 -2020  July  (6)
 -2020  June  (89)
 -2020  May  (91)
 -2020  April  (87)
 -2020  March  (90)
 -2020  February  (84)
 -2020  January  (90)
 -2019  December  (91)
 -2019  November  (89)
 -2019  October  (89)
 -2019  September  (90)
 -2019  August  (92)
 -2019  July  (94)


My Sites

 - Millennium3Publishing.com

 - SponsorWorks.net

 - ListBug.com

 - TextEx.net

 - FindAdsHere.com

 - VisitLater.com