Men stand with the gigantic chain links that were attached to the Titanic's Hingley anchor. In 1911 it was the largest in the world.⠀
4982363 days ago
#tbt The first barnwood table....and the first contract table I ever made! It was 2015 and something strange happened...a couple contacted me about a custom table and handed me a down payment. 😳 I didn’t even have a sample of my work to show them. 🤯(mind blowing) .
With the down payment I purchased a used Dewalt planer, barnwood and lots of courage. I went to the garage a made a massive mess....think gerbil cage mess. I picked up the small dust collection from Harbor Freight and as much as Joe and I tried to #jankenstein that system it never worked like Jeremy’s @jericho_home 😕. .
After the dust settled this table emerged. Full of natural worm holes, color variations it is still one of my favorites! .
Have you guys been as nervous as I was? Taking on a project with little experience, but the guts to make it work? 😊
2204642 days ago
We have a snow storm on the way and I can’t think of a better weekend to play a little cribbage! ❄️ .
This can only be done with a live edge cherry board! 🍒 I mean when you got the live edge you use every scrap up! Including the walnut feet I doweled on. 😀 .
How many of you know how to play cribbage? I learned in high school, it was the only game allowed in study hall. .
Happy Woodworking and bring on the snow! ❄️
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When we first started figuring out what to do to trim this out. I went threw three different options, have a local Cnc guy cut it but that required finding a correct bit and a very long lead time with a hefty price tag. Second option was to just make it flat stock and use a sheet of mdf. Third option was crossing my fingers hoping to find a flexible moulding that would be the same as the metrie profile
Thankfully Colin at @windsorplywood.shpk was able to find a flex trim that matched perfectly and save my butt with this window.