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  • Tony's boat under construction
    a replacement blade from you as well as a smaller saw My original 300 universal blade is still going strong having done all the work on my boat build The rip blade I bought at the same time has yet to have much of an outing as it s a bit coarse for the work I m doing I ve attached a photo of Sibrwd in build and yes I

    Original URL path: http://www.woodworkprojects.co.uk/Tony_boat.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • David's curule chair
    Saw data FAQ Stockists Links So what can you do with a pullsaw David made this chair in 2011 12 using green oak It was cut laboriously with pullsaws and then shaped carved and the discs were turned For a

    Original URL path: http://www.woodworkprojects.co.uk/curule.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Deek's skiff
    the water warmer so maybe this is a less appealing project for those of us stuck in northern Europe So what does Deek have to say about his boatbuilding project using a free angle saw guide package This is the 20ft sailing skiff I built with the help of the Topman Z Saw free angle guide package In the course of the build I used the saw much more than

    Original URL path: http://www.woodworkprojects.co.uk/skiff.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Tony Espley's walking sticks
    Tony makes beautiful walking sticks which you can see on his website at http espleywalkingsticks co uk A couple of photos taken from his website with his permission of course give an idea of the sort of quality work he produces From the raw material in the second photograph through the workshop in the third to the finished product at the top I wish my workshop was as tidy as

    Original URL path: http://www.woodworkprojects.co.uk/tony_espley.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • David's small table using recyled school desks
    Shows Feedback About Contact Saw data FAQ Stockists Links David made this table in 2010 using recycled Bristol Grammar School desk tops of all things He says a lot of planing was required to remove names initials and chewing gum

    Original URL path: http://www.woodworkprojects.co.uk/david_small_table.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Steve Cartlidge's fabulous toys
    great wooden toys at wood fairs where you may have seen his stall punnily named Yew can t cedar wood fir the trees He doesn t yet have his own website but his contact details are at the bottom of

    Original URL path: http://www.woodworkprojects.co.uk/Steve.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • A few of my own small projects
    corners Well that s my story and I m sticking to it Now that I have access to saw guides of course I have no problem with mitres Pieces of different woods pine yew oak ash teak sycamore etc were sawn into strips planed to size and then glued and cramped together After the outer edge was cut square using a dimension saw the inner edges of all 3 frames were routed out using a very small straight cutter A rebate was routed on the reverse of each frame and the frames were sanded and waxed Barometer holder A different use for a nice piece of timber This piece of burr elm was shaped using a jigsaw often set at 45 degrees and I attempted to follow the grain of the timber wherever possible After this all I did was sand the face and cut out a hole for the barometer to fit into before varnishing the finished item and hanging it on the wall If you are considering something similar the shape of your timber may suggest that a clock thermometer or hygrometer would also fit in Burr elm wall decoration A good example of my opinion that some

    Original URL path: http://www.woodworkprojects.co.uk/small_projects.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • A few of my own mid-sized projects
    were dictated mainly by the size of the pot Castors are set into the 4 corners to make the finished item easy to move the original plan was to have rope handles to make it even easier to pull the planter around but these turned out to be unnecessary As I mentioned previously the dimensions of the planter are a matter for personal taste such factors as the available timber available cutters and the size of the plant pot will be important when deciding on the size The casters make moving the planter a whole lot easier and are mounted on triangular frames in the 4 corners of the planter I deliberately set the frames at a height which allowed the castors to protrude no more than 10 mm below the base of the planter as the depth of pile on our carpet meant that the planter would appear to be sitting on top of the carpet Yet again this is a matter for personal taste I supported the plant pot on 4 narrow strips of hardwood running across the planter other means of support are no doubt equally valid Lounge suite Laundry basket Planter Lounge Suite This was inspired by a suite we had owned many years previously but had been forced to leave behind during a house move The side sections are made from 4 parts all glued and tenoned together back and front legs armrest and side piece These side sections are then joined by cross rails 4 per unit and by varying the length of the cross rails each unit can be made into a chair a 2 seater settee or a 3 seater settee The cross rails are attached to the side sections by dowels and by threaded rod with side dowels and brass caps

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