We recently fitted an alter bridge in a local church. It's not the most exciting work we've carried out, but it was some of the most challenging. Getting the timber choice, moulding and stain colour all to match the existing alter were all huge factors. After plenty of trials and test pieces we finally found the correct combination. 👍
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I probably just do woodworking for the occasional chance to make my own tools. This is a reamer, for creating tapered holes. The blade is reground from an old keyhole saw. Conceived by Jennie Alexander, then refined by @tim.manney, this is my take on it. . . . .
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Getting closer... I can't recall too many projects that I've enjoyed more than the development of this chair. We're going to start slowly releasing a handful of these guys out into the wild for some testing, and see what tweaks are necessary, but for now I'm super excited.
First mitres! There are gaps, but I'm happy enough, I should be able to tidy them up with a plane. I tried making a shooting board to get the 45° angle. It definitely helped with tidying up the saw cuts, but wasn't quite accurate enough. I think I should have made the runner part wider so that my plane has more surface area to sit on. That would probably keep the plane from rocking away from the 90° angle needed for a tight joint!
My first real entry into woodworking, this #Roubo style bench was a huge challenge...especially because I didn't have a workbench to build it on and I had very few power tools!! Determined to get it done, I read countless books, watched endless #youtube videos, and little by little, this beast appeared! Finishing such a huge project not only gave me the confidence to tackle bigger builds, but it helped me to understand which tools I really needed and which ones I could do without. Don't be afraid to challenge yourself! Just take it one step at a time.
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