Tag Archives: sharpening

Shop Happenings Since Last Post

VanDam Floater Frame I’m in a holding pattern on the two, large floater frames right now.  In the last post they were almost completed.  Thankfully my client is willing to help with the installation of them and the earliest time … Continue reading

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Hand Tool Class Session #3

This week marks the half way point in the class I’m teaching at WoodItIs here in Las Vegas.  WoodItIs is a wonderful school located in North Las Vegas and founded by Jamie Yocono.  She has expanded the physical size of … Continue reading

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Sapele + Half-Blind Dovetails = Sharpening Time

In one of my past posts on the construction of the TV stand I’m currently working on I discussed how the Sapele is a difficult wood to work with.  Saying that though, I’ve made other pieces from it so maybe … Continue reading

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