Through Wooden Eyes

Life in the workshop

Folksy shop

Sanding the doors for the under stairs built in.
So it seems i’ve made my loose tennon jig to big.  The idea was to use the router fence for control on way and have stops to limit movement the other.  Time for a re-think.

Gluing up the body of my loose tennon jig.  Hardware still to be added.

A quick one day build.  An ‘L’ shaped sewing table for a friends sewing room.  Made from a single 8’x4’ sheet of birch ply.  Made on site due to lack of workshop space and transport limitations.

Putting together doors with their panels. Uprights need to be trimmed to  angle. then final fitting to the door width.
These angles are breaking my poor under powered brain.  I’m more or less down to hopes and prayers that these are going to be anywhere close to fitting the door openings.
Cross things for me, please.
Starting work on the doors
Gluing up the face plate of a loose tennon jig.
Guess which muppet aligned the pocket holes?

Quick clamp rack upgrade.  Something a bit more elegant.

A quick evening project. A bench hook for my water stones. The long tail means it can be held in place with your hip, much quicker than a clamp.

Made completely from offcuts and scrap.