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PROJECT: Under-Cabinet Knife Block
Everyone who sees this in our kitchen asks for one! It's a knife block that mounts beneath your upper cabinets and swivels to conceal the handles when not in use. This is a really simple project that is guaranteed to start conversations, and perhaps even generate a little sales income!
Pocket Hole Jig Station
"BOOM!" Drew Short of Rock-n H Woodshop shows you how to build a workstation for your pocket hole jig, complete with side extensions to support your workpiece, storage areas to keep your accessories, and an innovative dovetailed mount for the jig itself. (159446)
MUSTACHE MIKE'S CORNER:
THE STASH IS BACK! After a long hiatus, Mustache Mike returns to his corner of the workshop with another scroll saw video! This time he shares all sorts of useful scroll saw tips as he makes a nice little project for Mrs. Mustache!
Watch past MMC episodes here...
Paul Revere's Lantern!
This is a unique project, so we made a unique video! We build a wooden lantern, complete with glass and candle, while you listen to Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's epic poem, "Paul Revere's Ride"- as performed by the traveling education troupe, Razzle-Bam-Boom!
Contributed: Modular Sandpaper Cabinet
Nick Ferry's sandpaper station may look simple, but it is deceptively clever! It's designed to be fully adjustable. Not only the sandpaper "shelves", but also the horizontal and vertical dividers are re-positionable. This allows for room to grow, change, adapt- whatever you need down the road. And he shows you how to build it in this video! (19105)
Visit Nick's website here...
Something to think about while the glue dries...
(Quotes, thoughts and funny sayings collected from the all over the internet, and from the mind of Stumpy Nubs)
"I DON'T CARE IF YOU THINK IT SOUNDS GROSS THAT'S WHAT WE'RE CALLING IT" - Guy who named the sweater.
"Freaked out the UPS guy by going to the door in my underwear. I don't think it was the underwear that scared him as much as how I knew where he lived..."
"I like to knock on random doors and say, “Hi, my name is Current Resident and I understand you're the jerk that's been opening my mail."
"If watching the big-screen TV with your pants off and a bag of Doritos is wrong, then they shouldn't have couches at this Best Buy."
"My favorite salad is a bunch of different kinds of Doritos mixed together"
"Relax, Starbucks girl. If you didn't want me knocking it over, why did you write "tip jar" on it? Just for that, I'm taking my 10 cents back."
"If I had kids I wouldn't let them listen to classical music. They're exposed to way too much Sax and Violins as it is these days."
Hundreds more here...
REVIEW: Harbor Freight Hand Plane
This is a brief video clip from the old Blue Collar Woodworking show that features the Windsor #33 bench plane from Harbor Freight. At only $10, we weren't expecting much. But there is good reason to pick one up if you happen to be in the store. Find out why in the video!
BUILD A SAW-BENCH
This classic video walks you through the process of building a saw-bench, step by step. Saw-benches are more than just places to cut your boards. They are mini workbenches, capable of many of things that their big brothers can do- except you can sit down while doing it! Learn how to draw-bore tenons, chop mortises and more!
Glue Squeeze-out Removal
Mustache mike shows you how a drinking straw can be a useful tool for glue removal.
Get more tips here...
Hand Drilling Jig
A simple jig makes it easy to bore holes perpendicular to a workpiece with a hand drill.
Get more tips here...
BEHIND THE SAWDUST: Your Woodworking News Show!
We are giving away FOUR (4) M-Power Precision Sharpening Systems! This awesome little setup was featured in a review video in our last issue (which is posted again here) and generated so much interest that the manufacturer sent us some to give to you!All you have to do is be a subscriber to our journal. We'll choose one random name a week for the next four weeks! See link below for details!
See the full details HERE..
Contributed: Make A Shooting Board
Graham Haydon shows you how to make a simple shooting board for ninety-degree end grain work. These classic jigs have been used for centuries to square a workpiece, adjust a miter or fit a part. There are a lot of different designs out there, but this one uses melamine for a slick, hard wearing surface. Very clever!
Visit the Graham's YouTube channel here...
Visit Razzle-Bam-Boom's website here...
FLASHBACK: Bench Grinder Tool Rest
Our homemade tool rest, designed to utilize the Veritas grinding jig, is one of our most popular videos from the old "Blue Collar Woodworking Days." Now we have download-able plans for this project on our website. And to celebrate, we've edited the original video down and re-released it. It's full of useful information!
Get the scroll saw pattern here...
HIGHLIGHTS FROM EPISODE #30
HIGHLIGHTS FROM EPISODE #31
Get dimensions for the lantern here...
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