Monthly Archives: May 2014

Rusthunting and snowstorms and wood-oh my

The garage sale season has started anew and I have a few nice finds to show for it. Saturday’s first stop was an estate sale advertising woodworking tools. But only a vegetarian cookbook for a buck was worth bringing home. … Continue reading

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Making a New Handle for late-model Millers Falls No. 1124 Miter box Saw

I like my Millers Falls No. 1124 miter box. It came with the latest-model Disston saw, made around the time Eisenhower was president (1953-1955.) And while the saw isn’t considered great quality compared to earlier vintages of the same model, … Continue reading

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De-cluttering the Kitchen—Cutting Board Wall Rack

Like many woodworking projects, this one started with my lady asking, “Can we make something to hold our cutting boards? And to clear up the counter space over there?” “And why don’t we put them up here? Right by the … Continue reading

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