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Pattern Requests Today, 03:53 PM
This church and cemetery are an important part of our community most of mine and my wifes family are laid to rest here would love a pattern of it
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Dragon Bank

Bragging Rights Today, 02:47 PM
Cut from pine.  This bank is 10" tall and 7" long and 3 3/4" thick.  Sealed with Tung Oil and then top coated with shellac.           DW
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picture frames

General Scroll Sawing Today, 12:50 PM
Another day out of the shop, but all wasn't a loss i went to a Church rummage sale and got 7 wooden 8X10  framed picture frames all new never used for a total cost of $1.75  I go to all the church rummage sales and usually get frames for $0.25 to $0.50 each . i do not pay over $0.50...
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Garden sign strikes again........

Bragging Rights Today, 11:31 AM
I'm opening my garden in July and by the time I've finished it will be full of signs . Roly
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Hello from upstate NY

Introductions Today, 10:06 AM
I gave up on wood turning and decided to turn my attention to scrolling. I've been doing woodworking all my life and tend to lean towards " instant gratification" projects. Turning gave me that but it also gave me more bowls, boxes and vases that I knew what to do with. When you see people hiding...
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    Cigar factory furniture part 2

    grosa - Yesterday, 12:46 AM

    This base is made of two different parts glued together. These two parts will end up being 2 1/4" thick. First picture, laying out the boards so the grain looks good. Pictures 3,4, and 5 cutting up the stock. Picture 7 and 8 jointing one edge and one face on all the boards. Picture 9 and 10, parallel cutting on all the boards. Picture 11 marking all the boards for gluing. Picture 12, 13, 14 boa...

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    Cigar factory furniture part 1

    grosa - Apr 18, 2015 01:48 PM

    This blog will be showing the making of custom furniture for our next job "The cigar factory furniture". I will attempt to show you how we go about making this off the wall custom furniture.We got the wood today ( Sapele) to start making sawdust.I am making 6' 6" diameter gear table using old gears from the factories old machinery.The first parts I will make is the gear tooth dental to use thr...

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    Intersecting Word Art Tutorial - Written (Photoshop)

    Fishman - Mar 09, 2015 10:21 PM

    Ahoy! There seems to be some interest in a written guide for Intersecting Word Art. I don't have much free time, but really like to help give back when I can so I decided to take a stab at this for everybody.I tried to keep it as short and to the point as possible, so if you are unsure of something or need further explanation just let me know. It was made for Photoshop users, but I'm sure can b...

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    rookie questions

    drn - Feb 24, 2015 02:08 AM

    can anyone tell me why by s-saw blade turns to the right as sonn as I start to saw. Tension is tight, table level and at 90 degrres to the blade. does a delta 40-694 have a vacuum port to remove dust with my wet/dry vac? I want to know before I purchase one.

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    The making of a 30" fret wolf head. Part 4

    grosa - Feb 16, 2015 04:28 AM

    Hello again. So I finished painting the wolf head. Now I need to apply four coats of clear pre cat lacquer on the front and one coat on the back. Here are some pictures of the paint job. Attached thumbnail(s)

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    The making of a 30" fret wolf head. Part 3

    grosa - Feb 08, 2015 07:37 PM

    In picture 1 the head is primed on both sides. I always do the back as well as the front to keep the MDF balanced so it won't warp. I used whatever was laying around (in this case kills oil base primer).In picture 2 I use a foam backed 320 grit sandpaper to sand the edges,back and face. The reason for the foam back is to prevent the paper from digging in and flattening the corner.In picture 3...

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