The Woodshop Shed

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

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Drawknives & Spokeshaves

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(from Popularwoodworking.com)


These once-standard tools still have a place in the modern shop. Here's what you need to know about the use, care and keeping of drawknives and spokeshaves.Source

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Wash Stand

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Wash StandMy wife found a picture of a wash stand she really liked and asked me to build one for her. Here's the finished product—a beautiful custom-made solid white pine wash stand with poplar towel bars, 29-1/2 inches at the widest point by 21 inches deep by 35-1/2 inches at the highest point. The cabinet part is 19-1/2 inches wide by 20 inches deep by 30 inches high. Two doors and one drawer hand dovetailed.



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Kauri root object

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Kauri root objectHad a play around with a bit of kauri root, didn't want to get any thinner. Wax finish.



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Little Staked Table

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Little Staked TableI blogged about the building of this little staked table so if you want details of the construction, that's probably the best place to go.Briefly, the table consists of turned ash legs, staked into two pine battens, which are attached to the bottom of the pine top. Finish was three coats of shellac, followed by two coats of enamel.Photos are:

  1. The table in its final home, on our portale, leading to our front door.
  2. The table with the first coat of shellac on it.
  3. The battens and legs, assembled.
  4. The table top before any shaping.
  5. The turned table legs.
  6. The initial sketched plan.
Thanks for looking!


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