The closest I got to doing any woodworking was to build a new workshop up at our cottage. I converted the second floor above our garage into a shop. Previously we had been using it as a bunkie for the kids to hang out and sleep in and it hadn’t been used too much in the past few years so we decided we’d get a lot more use out of it as a shop. Constantine Woodworking Catalog it was a lot of work to convert it.

The advantage of those is that they’re more energy efficient that the old T-12 bulbs and the electronic ballasts are totally quiet you don’t get the annoying hum that the old style lights emit. It’s super bright in the shop now. I just moved all my machines and tools into the shop a couple of weeks ago and I’ve been busy since then unpacking and setting up things.

The advantage of those is that they’re more energy efficient that the old T-12 bulbs and the electronic ballasts are totally quiet you don’t get the annoying hum that the old style lights emit. It’s super bright in the shop now. I just moved all my machines and tools into the shop a couple of weeks ago and I’ve been busy since then unpacking and setting up things.

I mocked up different pulls. My original intention was to use shaker style pulls turned from walnut but after seeing the mockup I decided that there was too much contrast and the turned pulls didn’t really suit the style of the table. These pulls were made the same way as the ones I used on Donna’s Cabinet those were walnut. The shipment that I purchased for Robert from A&M Lumber arrived at the school. Everyone was pretty excited to see it.

I converted the second floor above our garage into a shop. Previously Constantine Woodworking Catalog we had been using it as a bunkie for the kids to hang out and sleep in and it hadn’t been used too much in the past few years so we decided we’d get a lot more use out of it as a shop. It was a lot of work to convert it

  • The lighting was also pretty awful so I installed new fluorescent lights using T-8 bulbs and electronic ballasts
  • During the past few days I made the drawer pulls for the eight drawers in my walnut hall table
  • Here are some of the pictures that she produced
  • Everyone was pretty excited to see it
  • The curls are at about 90 degrees to the grain over much of the boards which is nice
  • Yesterday I glued them in
  • Previously we had been using it as a bunkie for the kids to hang out and sleep in and it hadn’t been used too much in the past few years so we decided we’d get a lot more use out of it as a shop

. First we had to more or less demolish the interior ripping out all the interior walls and the plumbing. The floor had been covered in carpeting and the subfloor underneath was only 5/8″ plywood. That wasn’t strong enough to support all the heavy woodworking equipment so we put in a new floor on top of the plywood. I was able to get some hardwood flooring pretty cheap from a local supplier so I put 3/4″ thick maple hardwood down.

Steve’s Woodworking Chronicle Over the past few weeks I created a new website to help market my furniture. Here are some of the pictures that she produced. We all enjoyed a few drinks and celebrated the piece.

Steve’s Woodworking Chronicle Over the past few weeks I created a new website to help market my furniture. Here are some of the pictures that she produced. We all enjoyed a few drinks and celebrated the piece. It’s nice to have it done I was itching to get started on something new. Here are some pictures that I took of the piece in the shop. In the meantime enjoy these.

Steve’s Woodworking Chronicle Over the past few weeks I created a new website to help market my furniture. Here are some of the pictures that she produced. We all enjoyed a few drinks and celebrated the piece.

During the past few days I made the drawer pulls for the eight drawers in my walnut hall table. Yesterday I glued them in. It was neat

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to see Constantine Woodworking Catalog all the drawers lined up on the bench. The pulls were milled from maple and matched the color of the curly maple drawer fronts. I mocked up different pulls. My original intention was to use shaker style pulls turned from walnut but after seeing the mockup I decided that there was too much contrast and the turned pulls didn’t really suit the style of the table.

Here’s one of the five planks of 8/4 curly sycamore. The planks are over 20″ wide and 10′ long and are curly over their full width and length. Two planks of 8/4 sapele 37″ wide and 10′ long: Boxwood padauk curly maple and curly sycamore: Another shot of the sapele: Black walnut and an amazing plank of olive: Here’s a closeup shot of the curly sycamore. The curls are at about 90 degrees to the grain over much of the boards which is nice. Well this summer was pretty hectic.

First we had to more or less demolish the interior ripping out all the interior walls and the plumbing. The floor had been covered in carpeting and the subfloor underneath was only 5/8″ plywood. That wasn’t strong enough to support all the heavy woodworking equipment so we put in a new floor on top of the plywood.

Steve’s Woodworking Chronicle Over the past few weeks I created a new website to help market my furniture. Here are some of the pictures

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that she produced. We all enjoyed a few drinks and celebrated the piece. It’s nice to have it done I was itching to get started on something new.

During the past few days I made the drawer pulls for the eight drawers in my walnut hall table. Yesterday I glued them in. It was neat to see all the drawers lined up on the bench.

Everyone was pretty excited to see it. Here’s one of the five planks of 8/4 curly sycamore. The planks are over 20″ wide and 10′ long and are curly over their full width and length. Two planks of 8/4 sapele 37″ wide and 10′ long: Boxwood padauk curly maple and curly sycamore: Another shot of the sapele: Black walnut and an amazing plank of olive: Here’s a closeup shot of the curly sycamore. The curls are at about 90 degrees to the grain over much of the Constantine Constantine Woodworking Catalog Woodworking Catalog boards which is nice. Well this summer was pretty hectic. The closest I got to doing any woodworking was to build a new workshop up at our cottage.

First we had to more or less demolish the interior ripping out all the interior walls and the plumbing. The floor had been covered in carpeting and the subfloor underneath was only 5/8″ plywood. That wasn’t strong enough to support all the heavy woodworking equipment so we put in a new floor on top of the plywood.

The curls are at about 90 degrees to the grain over much of the boards which is nice. Well this summer was pretty hectic. The closest I got to doing any woodworking was to build a new workshop up at our cottage.

These pulls were made the same way as the ones I used on Donna’s Cabinet those were walnut. The shipment that I purchased for Robert from A&M Lumber arrived at the school. Everyone was pretty excited to see it.

Everyone was pretty excited to see it. Here’s one of the five planks of 8/4 curly sycamore. The planks are over 20″ wide and 10′ long and are curly over their full width and length. Two planks of 8/4 sapele 37″ wide and 10′ long: Boxwood padauk curly maple and curly sycamore: Another shot of the sapele: Black walnut and an amazing plank of olive: Here’s a closeup shot of the curly sycamore. The curls are at about 90 degrees to the grain over much of the boards which is nice. Well this summer was pretty hectic. The closest I got to doing any woodworking was to build a new workshop up at our cottage.

The closest I got to doing any woodworking was to build a new workshop up at our cottage. I converted the second floor above our garage into a shop. Previously we had been using it as a bunkie for the kids to

hang out and sleep in and it hadn’t been used too much in the past few years so we decided we’d get a lot more use out of it as a shop. It was a lot of work to convert it. First we had to more or less demolish the interior ripping out all the interior walls and the plumbing.

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