Monthly Archives: June 2012

Learning to Remove a Bow: My new, old favorite crosscut saw

Here’s my favorite user crosscut saw. You astute sawyers out there will immediately recognize that the nib and medallion are incongruous with the handle. I didn’t pick up on that at first. The saw first came under my view as … Continue reading

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How to (and not to) repair that tote: My Stanley Bailey #7 Type 11 journey

When I first got back into woodworking, there was a period where I scoured Ebay for hand planes. Along the way I picked up a Stanley Bailey #7, Type 11 jointer for $61.04. At the time, I thought it was … Continue reading

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