Hinge Installation

http://handtoolschool.wistia.com/medias/ya2mrouswq?embedType=async&seo=false&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=800 It's All About Layout and Good Hinges Installing hardware can give a lot of woodworkers fits. We are so used to being able to tweak both side of a joint and adding a metal…

  The blanket chest is pretty timeless and has been around for centuries if not millennia. This build will focus on a late 18th Century to early 19th century rural American version that southern colonists…

In this installment, I tackle a monster resaw to convert a 12/4x22x55 slab of Walnut into 3 1" slices so I can create my table top and 2 leaves. Obviously, you don't need a big…

  The rule joint is the most elegant solution for a drop leaf table. You will find flute and astragal and even simple butt joints in the wild, but the rule joint not only looks…

Practice Your Skills by Making a Compound Dovetailed Box This little box may be a bit too pretty to be filled with nails but that may have something to do with making it out of…

This episode finishes up he construction of the corner cabinet by sticking the classical moulding profile, hanging the door, and installing a knob/latch combination. I had a little fun with the moulding and you can…

This time I create hinge mortises, and install the hinges and the clock movement. I take a powered detour to turn a couple of Shaker knobs sine foot powered lathes won't show up until Semester…

  This is the final part of the Tea Caddy as well as the final video for the second semester. It has been another busy one, but a lot of fun. This time I finish…