Monthly Archives: October 2015
I have done a sample board divided into three sections. All three sections have one coat of General finishes Java gel stain.
Third leg is now completed. One more to go. However, I am going to show photos on the next leg from rough to shaped and smoothed. I will explain the process with photos and other bits and bobs as I … Continue reading
Between Sunday and Monday, I managed to get another leg completed. Work is progressing well, thanks to the workbench that I built. It really helps me work better, rather than on the floor or a pair of five gallon buckets. … Continue reading
Today was a busy day at my regular job. I managed to get a couple of hours in on getting the first leg squared and laid out the profile and set to work on the oversized blank and managed to … Continue reading
I have had a 6′ long by 7″ wide by 2-1/4″ thick poplar slab that I picked up at Atlantic Hardwoods in Portland. I crosscut the board length in half and then ripped the board halves in half to create four oversized … Continue reading