Woodworking Plans – Ted’s Woodworking Plan
It is always a new venture for a person in the woodwork profession to find new ideas in woodwork. They usually to go with packages which are already planned out for the woodworker, but a majority of the time they work from scratch with their own ideas.
If you’re like a lot of people, you have more books than you do space to put them. In my home, we have walls full of bookshelves, and yet I’m still always looking for space to put more. I’ve always wished I was a carpenter so that I could build the furniture I want, but I’m still pretty clueless when it comes to building. Maybe you’re like me and would like to find woodworking bookshelf plans that you could follow easily even if you haven’t yet acquired a lot of skills.Sell Your Woodworking Projects on eBay
If you are a woodworker looking for a fun way to make a little more money on the side, you may want to take up eBay woodworking – that is, selling your woodworking projects on eBay – as a hobby, or maybe even to supplement your income. There is high demand for unique, well crafted woodworking these days, by collectors and wood enthusiasts, individuals who regularly browse eBay looking for just that, and if you are a woodworker who is good at the craft, you too can cash in on this, whether you want to do it just for fun, to make some extra money, or even let it evolve into your full time profession!Woodworking Toys for the Holidays
Ideas for creating handmade wooden toys this Christmas. Uses for a wood dowel, like a hardwood dowel, and other inspirational ideas.Paslode Woodworking Gun Review
It has been over a month now since I first began using the Paslode Cordless Finish Gun, and I could not be any more pleased with it. I used it again a couple of weeks back to get a door to swing in the opposite direction, and it came through for me and reminded me how much time and energy a cordless nailer saves once again. It is the perfect woodworking gun.Wood for Woodworking
There are lots and lots of kinds of wood for woodworking projects. So many, in fact, that it can sometimes be challenging for a woodworker to decide what is the perfect type of wood for his particular project. For example, a good piece of solid wood is what you would most often find being used for furniture, and the particular type of wood used would determine the look and/or durability of the piece. But given the tips we will be outlining here, hopefully we can shed a little bit of light on what the differences are from one type of wood to the next, and what type is the best for each particular project.
There are those people who can “see” the furniture waiting inside the rough wood, and can build a gorgeous piece that is truly a pleasure to behold. Most of us, however, do not possess such amazing skills and will require a set of quality, proven contemporary furniture plans to build that exciting, modern piece of furniture.How to Set Up a Wood Working Shop in Your Garage or Basement
How to set up a place in your garage or basement to work on wood projects. Some items you would need, that you could buy or build. You could build your work bench.Furniture Woodworking Plans – Don’t Mess This Up!
Building home furnishings with wood can go one of two ways. You can use crappy plans, the wrong wood tools, and hopefully a little bit of luck… or it can be done using professionally drafted plans that tell you everything you need to know to build an attractive, rock-solid piece. In this article, we will be discussing the importance of quality plans, the characteristics that all good woodworking plans have in common, and where to find the best plans possible.Woodworking Jointer
A woodworking jointer is a must have tool for any woodworker. A jointer can, however, be also very dangerous if not handled properly, due to its rapidly spinning sharp blades. That is why it is very important to read all the directions and safety warnings that come with the tool before attempting to operate it. But as long as you respect the danger, a jointer can be a very good tool that can be used for chamfering, rabbeting, and beveling.