vinnyjojo

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  1. vinnyjojo

    Single Step Shaker Stool

    Thanks The hole is common in shaker furniture (from what I understand) for hanging on the wall. Really though, the hole is more ideal for picking up, moving, and supporting yourself as you step up/step down. It's actually quite awkward to really grab it any other way. I'm 5-8 and the hole is right where my hands fall by my side. You don't realize how convenient it is to not bend over to pick up a stool until you don't have to.
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    Hall Tree

    Love it Coop. Plenty of room under those hooks for long coats. Great design.
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    Single Step Shaker Stool

    Thanks Hidden screws. The screws were key to pulling the top and sides together. Turned the plugs.
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    Roorkhee (campaign) chair

    Awesome. Is that the one CS had on Woodwrights Shop where he shows how all legs would self level on non-flat terrain?
  5. Built this to spec from Christian Becksvoort's article in Fine Woodworking. Used some figured flame birch I got from Bell Forest a few years back. Funny, I've come a long way with hand tools since then and have learned appreciate the workability and subtleness of lumber vs. figure. The heavy figure and hardness of the birch was a nightmare. Planes were useless. All in all, came out nice. Cut the dovetails on the tablesaw with a square edged blade and cleaned up with a chisel. I don't have a special dovetail blade. Removing the waste on the pin board was more time consuming then I'd prefer. Also, you really need to pay attention. Every cut seems to be the opposite angle of what you expect and you can mess up quickly. I spent more time second and third checking than actually running the saw. Finish is Shellac, specifically 50/50 seal coat and DNA. Last coat went one with 25% mineral oil. Wiped off the residual oil after 24 hours and wet sanded with a Mr Clean magic eraser, mineral spirits and a few drop of dawn. I love matte shellac finishes. All in all very happy. Becksvoort said in the article it should last many generations...he clearly hasn't met my three boys. I give them 4 months.
  6. Thanks again Immortan. Found some cool stuff on the company. Looks like it's the #700 Full Head Railroad Adze http://www.blackburntools.com/articles/rose-tools-catalog-archives/pdfs/woodings-verona-catalogue-16.pdf
  7. You are the man and thanks. Out of curiosity, what was your process to find it?
  8. if you fill in what may be a few worn lines, it could be a diamond?
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    Fit is it

    Agree wholeheartedly. Speaking of which, what sucker...er...forum member currently has that LN #2 that's been trading hands for the past 8 years?
  10. I picked up two Adze(s) from the upstairs tool shop at Roy Underhill's school. After 15 hours in a 5 amp electrolysis "dip", it cleaned up a bit, but still a ways to go. Anyone recognize this makers mark? Thanks Before and after pics below
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    OneWay Multi Gauge find

    Very cool. How old is it?
  12. Happy with how this turned out and glad I strayed from the face-grain plugs. Sad this will turn banana yellow once the varnish hits it...never liked the waterborne stuff. The dents, dings, and scratches always seem to stick out as super-white
  13. Turned some end grain plugs. Cut and installed tonight. I'll post some pics in the am when the glue dries. Much happier with the look than face grain. I never want to work with figured birch again...my planes were all useless.
  14. Great idea but I wouldn’t put it past my kids to trip over a 1/64” proud plug!