About a dozen new downloadable plans added to the store today. Simple craft projects to help beginner woodworkers improve their skills. Like this Strawberry Mirror and Plaque Set.
Ready for the weekend? We talk about a little bit of this, a little bit of that in the world of woodworking.
Our Door Goose is designed as a Door Ornament and a name, street number, the word Welcome, etc. may be painted on the body.
This big rooster design may be used as a decorative wall hanging, but you may add coat pegs or hooks to the Arrow or Rooster to create wall racks. You may also drill the bottom of the Arrow to make dowel and base stands. This design may also be used as a house number or sign plaque either by lettering on the Rooster or hanging a sign from the arrow with screw eyes and hooks. Be sure to check out all the options on the other Primitive Patterns pages. Beginner skill level.
This duck pattern by itself is suitable as an intarsia project. Or add a box to the back as a catch-all on your desk, or trinket box on your bedroom dresser. Be sure to check out all the options on the other Primitive Patterns pages. Beginner skill level. As a downloadable plan, you can purchase and be ready to get woodworking within minutes.
Spent some time today at the Highland Games in Antigonish this Friday July 12, 2014. Visit the ‘Country Rune’ kiosk, upcycle creator and seller of jewelry rings, bracelets and wind chimes made from kitchen cutlery and silverware dishes. Also watched a few minutes of the caber toss.
Our drilled well is in the switchback in our driveway. Wild strawberry plants started growing there a few years back near the grass edge. No berries though. The last year or so we’ve been careful not to mow/step over the small area (6-8 sq ft). Still no berries. This year, …
Backing up and not paying attention has its consequences, as my dear wife’s mom discovered not once… but twice! The last time was just a run in with the door frame, cracking the trim in half. This time was more serious. The only damage to Kathryn was her pride… and a little bit to her truck.