I decided to use router jigs to create mortice and tenon joints to assemble a garden planter.
Woodworking is an essential industry and can be an enjoyable hobby but the danger of airborne wood dust just can’t be ignored.
Before this year’s stormy season we had some trees cut down by the team from the Knowe Garden Centre. This project uses some of the logs.
As mentioned a few days ago, I’ve been making a child’s desk from some scrap planks. I discovered late in the build that one of the planks was twisted. That caused the frame to twist when it was screwed together.
After our last bed broke for a second time we decided to replace it. As usual I dismantled it for parts and gave the rest for recycling. So I’ve ended up with a number of thick wooden planks and a
The windsor chair is constructed from a solid base, the legs and back are then attached with a tenon joint. It’s a classic design and makes for a comfortable and sturdy chair. These type of chairs can be made with
Workshopshed: Russ is a friend of mine from since college, we spent many hours at the student TV studio and then later worked together installing software around the globe. Last month, I got together with Russ and another friend Richard
As the bench was going outside I knew it would need some protection from the elements. The metal brackets that supported the legs were given a coat of Hammerite. The top of the bench was sanded and then cleaned with