Round Plane

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…

  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…

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…

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…

In an effort to lower the barrier to entry for sticking your own mouldings, I wanted to put together a live demonstration to show how to take one of these old moulding planes and put…

  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…