Moldings

https://handtoolschool.wistia.com/medias/p2fxat8h50?embedType=async&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640 Bullnose, Drawer Front, and Gooseneck Moldings In this session I have 2 specific molding profiles you guys asked to see done. I spend a lot of time talking about scratch stock molding as you…

Making the Enfield Shaker Cabinet Cove Moulding This little cabinet has become one of the iconic Shaker pieces and you will find hundreds of examples of it on the web and probably thousands of woodworkers…

Making Ebony Mouldings is About Stock Management The way the accent mouldings break up this piece makes a strong statement and because of that I wanted to get them placed now so that I can…

When and Why to Use a Boiled Linseed Oil Finish I think of boiled linseed oil as less a finish and more as a finishing step or enhancer. Certainly it can be a finish all…

Everybody's Using Beads, Why Not You? Maybe it is my little area of the globe but I seem to find side bead planes hiding in every antique shop I go into. There were a lot…

  One Small Detail, One Giant Impact Simply adding a bead to your projects can make a huge statement about the craftsmanship and hand made nature. Specifically beads across the grain or that turn corners…

  Its Less About Mouldings Planes, and More Rabbets and Chisels Honestly the process for sticking cross grain mouldings is no different from a long grain profile. We just need to exercise more caution and…

  Blowing on these Flutes Only Makes the Wood Wet There are several ways to hand cut flutes for your projects and much of that decision depends on where they will go and how many…

  A Simple Mirror that Looks Anything But Simple This mirror truthfully is more Queen Anne than Chippendale, but I think adding the fancy burl veneer dresses it up quite a bit and makes it…

  The Design The classic 4 poster bed is beautiful but not very functional in the modern home. The need for bed draperies to stay warm and bug free just isn't applicable today so most…

  Here is the recording for the January live session. All of my outstanding questions were answered via email and nothing really merited a full blown demonstration so I went back to work on the…

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…

Our build continues with building the door. This four panel design is very traditional and is an excellent exercise in accuracy and mortise and tenon construction. With 10 joints you will hone your mortise chopping…

  In this episode I tackle all of the moulded profiles. The quarter round mouldings can be a little tricky because they are so small but they add a nice touch to a frame and…

  This is why we took a break to do a moulding lesson.  Time to put those newly acquired skills to work and really dress up our simple box.  This time I create 2 mouldings,…

  This is a lesson I have been looking forward to for a long time.  Many think we are crazy for cutting mouldings by hand but the first time you do it, you will be…

Moulding planes scare a lot of people.  They have odd shaped irons and soles, no fence, and wedges that make adjusting them hard.  Moreover, there is a conception that moulding planes are like router bits…