In complete honesty, I wasn’t quite sure what all I was going to have to say about a dado stack. That changed dramatically after putting it through the paces. I was excited about this review, don’t get me wrong, but just didn’t know exactly what there was to say about a dado stack other than […]
This is an article my wife found that I had to share. To me, this is such a big part of our craft. The arts are a tremendously powerful section of society that has long been ignored. Many times, they are pushed to the side as less important and less critical than reading, writing, and […]
At long last, the TV stand is finished! I didn’t take many photos with the project but I did record the entire build… In hindsite, watching footage of me running boards through the planer and table saw probably isn’t your idea of fun, so I’ve put together a video just highlighting the assembly and a […]
The nail head trim upholstered headboard… My wife longed for one. She showed me pictures, and I said “Oh, that’s nice” with a smile on my face. The answer to the following question made me cry a little inside… I asked “How much? I wouldn’t mind getting a new headboard.” I went through the 3 […]
Alright Alright. Yes, I have actually been working on the TV stand since I originally announced the project in late June. However, as fate would have it, I injured my rib while on vacation a few weeks ago. As I mentioned when announcing the project, I am recording the entire process for your enjoyment… I […]
This table was built during 2009 while studying at Appalachian State University. Part 1 can be seen here, and you can catch part 3 here!
This table was built during 2009 while studying at Appalachian State University. Watch part 2 here, and you can catch part 3 here!
What prompts the desire to replace a “This End Up” TV stand that has been in service for the past 11 years? Purchasing a new TV, of course! I’ve always been an advocate of building your own furniture. It makes me sick to look at the construction of most furniture these days. Don’t get me wrong. […]