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Which leads me to a first. As much as I like to hoard interesting bits of wood (and I still will), I thought I'd try to offer some interesting pieces for sales. I have a few bits of Parana Pine listed on ebay as a start and I have some more of it to list, along with a few other nice bits of other species should there be any interest. Parana Pine is an interesting timber, it's not a true "Pine" and found favour for stair making and projects requiring very clear long sections.
It was by chance I noticed this while walking in a local park.
Interested in having another tool to reduce even further the need for sandpaper and to give you more options in creating a pristine surface?
…….Straight Sided Chisel. But that’s a tool for site carpenters who need strong tools? Not necessarily.
Within the next phase of my Six Board Chest project I'll be on to the finishing.
Firstly this post is very much about my "hobby" woodworking. As well as making and reading I like to get out and about and look at things.
I hope Part 5 has you entertained, it is an epic length episode so feel free to have an interval!
Whatever you like to call it, pattern, template, dry run it's fair to say it's a useful process.
It's been a while since I've attempted to "review" anything so it was a joy to have the chance of getting my hands on the Quangsheng Luban No.92 Sh
Wow, some time has passed since I worked on this project!
Here's the first of a couple of videos I've got finished up. The idea with this video was "Woodworking - No Talking".