Scratch stock

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…

  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…

  Chisel to a Line Usually when a task comes up that prompts the question, "how would I do this by hand" then answer can always be answered by "a chisel". But this immediately means…

  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 part I join the legs to the column using the sliding dovetail joinery discussed in the last video. Next I refine the curves of the legs, then add a bullnose profile to the…

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…

  Where Scratch Stocks Go, They Don't Need Roads This session is in response to a few questions about scratch stocks. Specifically commercial vs shop made. So I demonstrate with 2 of my own shop…

  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…