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Blogs about Woodworking

23 blogs about Woodworking.

  1. Accidental Woodworker
    “The daily dribble from my workshop.” By Ralph Boumenot. 🇺🇸

    crappy weather.....
    It has rained all day long off and on. I didn't get to do any strolling because of it and it doesn't look like it will be much better tomorrow. Sunday is now supposed to …
    By Ralph Boumenot, 1,072 words

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  2. The Apartment Woodworker
    “Hand-tool Woodworking for the Urban Apartment-dweller.” By James. 🇺🇸

    Building on a Theme
    If anyone asks me what kind of workbench they should build when just getting into woodworking, I have only one answer: a Mike Siemsen-style Naked Woodworker English workbench. The video is an excellent step by …
    By The Apartment Woodworker, 60 words

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  3. Building a Beg-Meil
    “I’m building a boat – specifically François Vivier’s Beg-Meil design. And, I thought I’d document the process on this blog.” By Karl Nelson. 🇺🇸

    Detour: More bench assembly
    The next big task I had was to drill two holes into the front (and back) of the benchtop in front of each leg. The holes are for the drawbores (pegs) that help keep the …
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  4. By Hand & Eye Online | Blog
    “An on-line atelier (design studio) dedicated to help you unlock your potential as a builder or maker by honing your design skills.” By George Walker, Jim Tolpin. 🇺🇸

    Board Foot “Calculator”
    Old-school method for calculating linear ratios such as board footage. This particular example is from “Deane’s Doctrine of Naval Architecture” published in 1670. See the store page to download a free PDF that explains the …
    By Jim Tolpin, 39 words

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  5. Chris Cid ∣ CJCid
    “XD/AI strategist and inclusive designer.” 🇯🇵

    CJ Solid Kibera
    A wooden cooking spatula that’s balanced and comfortable to use. Hand‐carved wooden utensils is an area that I was looking to experiment with. Solid, natural wood are my preference because of their durability, safety, and …
    By Chris Cid, 170 words

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  6. David Fisher, Carving Explorations | Blog

    September Trees and Flowers
    Everybody should own a tree at this time of year. Or a valley full of trees, or a whole hillside. Not legally, in the formal way of “Know all men . . .” and “heirs …
    By Dave Fisher, 48 words

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  7. The English Woodworker
    “Woodworking blog & videos for the hand tool woodworker.” By Richard Maguire. 🇬🇧

    Which Saws Are Best For Ripping Thick Stuff? [Video]
    There’s a lot of choice when it comes to rip saws. And unfortunately options usually just make things more complicated.So hopefully the video above will help clear up some of the confusion around which saw …
    By Richard Maguire, 82 words

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    “Woodworking and other hobbies.” By Vidar Fagerjord Harboe. 🇳🇴

    A visit to a Dalahäst factory
    Summer vacation – we went to Orsa in Dalarna County, Sweden. Relaxing days on the beach and doing tourist-stuff. Just lovely! If you go there, a visit to Nusnäs and the Dalahäst factories are obligatory! …
    By vidar, 1,757 words

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  9. IBUILDIT Blog
    “The idea is to chronicle, in words and pictures, the things I’m currently working on and my plans for future projects.” By John Heisz. 🇨🇦

    Making a Custom Ceiling with Lighting – Sunburst Pattern
    -Black Friday // Cyber Monday- MAKER’S MOB BIGGEST SALE EVER CLICK HERE This project proves that the best laid plans don’t always guarantee success. I did a lot of planning before I started, but still …
    By I Build It, 187 words

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  10. Joel's Blog

    My Leroy Lettering MachineWhen I was a newly minted college graduate, I worked in Black & Decker's industrial construction division, where we designed and produced high-end power tools. The factory doesn't exist anymore and the …
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  11. Joe's Wood Working Journey

    PTSWW ATC Class Summer 2024 by Megan Fitzpatrick
    I just signed up to take a class at the Port Townsend School of Woodworking in the summer of 2024. I will be taking the Anarchist Tool Chest class from Megan Fitzpatrick in Jun. I …
    By HoningTheEdge, 403 words

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  12. Journeyman's Journal
    “This is a journal of the art of woodworking by hand.”

    What is the nib on the back for? One of the most frequently asked of all frequently asked questions. It rivals the ever present question concerning aftermarket TS fences, it lacks, however, the longevity of …
    By The Lost Scrolls of Handwork, 381 words

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  13. The Literary Workshop Blog
    “Making what I need with my hands.” By Steve Schuler. 🇺🇸

    Going Commercial: 7 Ways Selling Your Work Will Change Your Craft
    When I started selling my handmade wooden utensils at local craft markets about a decade ago, I had to figure out much of it myself. Having run a successful sideline for years, I have now …
    By literaryworkshop, 1,539 words

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  14. Lost Art Press

    LAP Open Wire, Sept. 30, with Matt Bickford
    We’re delighted to have Matt Bickford, author of “Mouldings in Practice” (and he’s working on a book on making moulding planes!) on Open Wire today to answer your woodworking questions. (And he knows a lot …
    By fitz, 94 words

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  15. The Off-grid Wood Butcher
    “Making shavings from deep in the wood.” By Lionel.

    On Pencil Sharpeners
    I am a great fan of pencils. I love to use them for marking but also to write and take note. The only thing that always annoyed me is pencil sharpeners.I always found very hard …
    By Off-grid Woodbutcher, 246 words

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  16. Paul Sellers' Woodworking Blog
    “A well-known amateur woodworker. Read his popular blog for hand tool woodworking tips, updates and project previews!” 🇬🇧

    I’ve been writing down my life’s work working as an artisan from childhood in school woodworking to today. It’s a book yet to be but it’s well on its way. I may be getting ahead …
    By Paul Sellers, 65 words

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  17. Pegs and 'Tails
    “Seventeenth- and eighteenth-century English and Irish furniture &c.” By Jack Plane.

    Furniture Works of Art and Clocks at Woolley and Wallis October 2023
    The upcoming Furniture, Works of Art and Clocks sale will take place over two days at Woolley and Wallis’ Old Sarum Galleries, commencing on Wednesday 4th October 2023. As usual, there is a good selection …
    By Jack Plane, 56 words

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  18. The Small Workshop
    “shed building, hand tools, motorcycles and three wheeled vehicles.” By Nick. 🇬🇧

    Honda C90 - putting it back together
    IntroIf you have dismantled your bike in order to refurbish it then, once you have finished reassembling the engine, you will be faced with a large pile of bits that need putting back together. In …
    By Nick, 16,341 words

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  19. TimeTestedTools
    “Vintage Tool Information - Hand Tool Restorations - Tool Collecting - Vintage Tools.” 🇺🇸

    The MWTCA Tool Swap meet for Area R will take place this Saturday
    I will be tailgating, so I hope to see some of you there. The MWTCA Tool Swap meet for Area R will take place this Saturday from 8-2 at the Albany Shaker Heritage Society Meeting …
    By Don, 145 words

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  20. The Valley Woodworker

    The jack of all trade sliding compound miter saw. Evolution
    As part of my current hydroculture experiments, I am using a lot of PVC piping. And while it can be cut with regular woodworking tooling, it can be a bit brittle and crack or even …
    By Valley Woodworker, 895 words

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