Tag Archives: Woodworkers Source

Christine Profile Frame Progress

As mentioned, this project falls into the realm of mass production but still is enjoyable to me.  What’s that saying about if you enjoy what you’re doing it really isn’t work?  That’s how I feel about this because you do … Continue reading

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New Commission: Sliding Door

We have a new neighbor across the street and I’ve been commissioned to build a door.   It will be made of Cherry with tempered glass in the upper section.  With an over-all the size of 56″ wide and 85″ … Continue reading

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Patio Table

Thankfully, there’s always another project to keep me occupied — as you know; I don’t relax well.  Our house here is Phoenix has a large, covered back patio where Diane and I find ourselves having lunch daily.  What better project … Continue reading

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How to Make a Mitered Box on the Tablesaw

Now that the Mechanical Cellarette can be put on the completed list it’s time to concentrate on a custom order for an Etsy client.  This particular order has been one I’ve been doing convo’s on for quite a while.  The … Continue reading

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John’s Armoire — First Cuts

With apologies to Rod Stewart and Cat Stevens who wrote the song — The First Cut is the Deepest but in a woodworkers point of view, the first cuts are the hardest!  As you know, I just bought quite a … Continue reading

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