In the latter part of 2016 we made some primitive angels. Now its time to make some more. With no more pallets boards handy, I gathered some blue denim pine that’s been drying in the shop from the trees we cleared in the summer 2016.
We are pleased to present our newest woodworking project, the Children’s Elephant 3-in-1 Rocker, Highchair and Desk. This project only takes a couple hours to cut out and assemble. Continue reading Childrens Elephant 3-in-1 Chair, Rocker and Desk
A fun new full size pattern in the workshop today to help you get an early start to next year’s North Pole decorations, a super big 8x8ft workshop for Santa Claus. Sized to match some of our other recently added projects like Mr and Mrs Claus. Custom sizing will be available. As well as smaller versions of this project will be in stock ready for shipping.
Its always a good idea to have sample boards for staining and finishing. The wood samples here are some scrap spruce and fir in the workshop. I touched the surfaces with the sander but still a fairly rough finish. I mostly want to see how this software absorbs different stains. Continue reading Field testing
I had this idea over a year ago, just getting around to trying it out now. I am going to build a air source solar panel box using recycled cardboard tubes, a piece of plywood and a clear plastic panel I bought at the store. Follow along, ask questions and provide comments!
Continue reading Building an air solar panel
I’ve had this idea for a while now and I’m just getting around to finishing the project in the workshop. Continue reading Lobster Trap Chair
I completed this race car bed last week for a customer. All I need now is for them to pick it up so that I can continue with my projects.
Continue reading Storing plank lumber
I am about near finished the side panels for the race car bed. Today I am working on finishing the sanding, using a hand file and some sandpaper. Hind sight being 20/20 I would of put the flush trim bit on the router table and would of had all four wheels done in less than a minute. Ah, the price you pay from learning after the fact. 🙂