Monthly Archives: February 2015

A Major Award

I found out yesterday I won the End Grain contest at Popular Woodworking Magazine. Winning the contest was just a bonus. I’m more excited about my piece on the Toy Chest Rebuild actually making the cut. Anyway, I thought I’d … Continue reading

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Drawer two…meh

I finished cutting the dovetails for drawer two and I’m not overly happy. I guess I’m at one of those stages in the craft where I’m pushing myself because I truly think these two drawers kinda suck. They’ll either be … Continue reading

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Seattle’s Best (For Woodworkers)

As you may have guessed from the sudden uptick in posts, I was on the road recently for work. My travels brought me to Seattle. With the help of Marilyn over at She Works Wood, I was able to explore … Continue reading

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2015 Priorities

I know it’s a little late to talk about New Years Resolutions and such. So I won’t. Instead, I’ll discuss a few of things I’m hoping to accomplish in and out of the shop this year. First and foremost is … Continue reading

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The Result of Several Deep Breaths…

…look like this:   I’ve been trying since the new year started to create a laser focus on the drawers for the dresser. With seven drawers, consisting of  28 parts, consisting of 200 dovetails, the laser hasn’t always come into focus. I’ve … Continue reading

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