Mandy needs a simple cabinet to hold thread and long arm templates, so I’m knocking together this guy from some scrap I have around the shop. Inspired by the Shakers’ sense of proportion, but with lots of pocket holes.
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We’re celebrating with a Twelve Mile Limit and raspberry thumbprints, aka Rudolph Noses.
So different. The aged cask especially does well with a little water.
Jack and I knocked this together from a piece of scrap walnut I had laying around.
Originally posted on WunderWoods:
“Be sure to let the wood acclimate before you use it.” That’s what every knowledgable woodworker will tell you about wood. After all, it has to be in equilibrium with its environment to ensure a good, long-lasting result. I personally preach this to everyone I meet, if they are willing to…