The Woodshop Shed

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

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Christmas in July

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Christmas in July It is Christmas in July on many of the TV channels and it is about time to start on some project for the Christmas season. So here are some Christmas carvings. The first Santa is carved in Basswood and is a wall hanging the smaller painted Santa's are ornaments also basswood. I put one on an oak plaque and added a battery candle. The cypress Knee Santa's are free standing.



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Katana

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KatanaThis has been my favorite project so far – The blade is walnut laminated between 2 pieces of red oak. The blade guard is padauk. The handle is walnut and the piece that slips down the blade to lock the guard between the handle is mahogany. I feel like the wooden katana is a right of passage. Sheath coming soon



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Build A Bench Hook

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The single most important hand-tool appliance is 3 sticks of wood. Owning a backsaw without owning a bench hook is like riding a bicycle without handlebars. This simple hand-tool appliance (three sticks of wood) uses the force of the tool …Source

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Grandsons First Toolbox

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Grandsons First ToolboxMy son has been showing my grandson how to fix things more and more lately. (me too) Also I'm sure you're familiar when you buy certain things they give you a free tool,, as in his bike or his scooter etc. So my son told him to keep the tools somewhere where he'll remember so he can have them to fix some of his own things. Well my grandson asked me to make him a little toolbox to keep all his tools together so I made him this for now.
It's 13''w x 7h x 7deep, made of some scrap walnut.
I added a couple of those free harbor freight tools and a couple others to help him get a start. He was excited about it and when he got home he told his dad they need to adjust some steering thing on his electric scooter.
I hope he learns to put his tools back in there when he done. LOL.



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