Monthly Book Giveaway - October 2022

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How does your creative kingdom look? What are your favorite tools? Prepare a tour of your workshop and share it with your WoodworkingWeb buddies for a chance to win a $100 online gift card from your favorite online shop. RULES Post a tour of your work
In my boatbuilding career there was always a need to get the job done quickly and efficiently so power tools were the order of the day except for the few places where they just couldn’t do the job. Final planing on the edges of planking, shaping conca
This is my retreat. It’s 10′ × 30′ total. There’s a masonry wall dividing the whole basement in half. Eventually the ideal scenario would be spread more of the workshop into the other half and have it organized and functional. If I did this, then my s
Thank you to everyone who participated in our Favorite Technique Challenge. You can see the entries here. And the winner of the random draw is: CindyG Congratulations!
This is what I have done so far in making my own tools. I have received a lot of inspiration from several of you. Thanks to you all. Center finder and magnet holder for the dial indicator. Marking gauges on the 1000 year old bench hook. Wackers of dif
My favorite tool. Sextant. This tool has taken me across several oceans.. About 40 years ago some friends and I decided to sail around the world. We took different roles in this project. One of mine was navigation. I had been sailing all my life, so t
Thank you to everyone who participated in our Hand Tools Collection Challenge. You can see the entries here. And the winner of the random draw is: MaFe Congratulations!
Thank you to everyone who participated in our Workshop Tour Challenge. You can see the entries here. And the winner of the random draw is: Larry Ciesla Congratulations!
My Favorite Tools Opinel knives. I first saw these folding knives on a French sailing boat in the Canary Islands. On board the vessel (homemade from steel) they had these knives, absolutely beautiful, made from a very good steel alloy, not good in a s
Thank you to everyone who participated in our Favorite Tool Review Challenge. You can see the entries here. And the winner of the random draw is: Madts Congratulations!
Here is my assortment of hand tools and most of them I have made myself . I don’t profess to be a hand tool only guy but I love the look and feel of them but power tools like a table saw can’t be beat by a hand tool . Tools have evolved over time and
This impact driver has to be one of my favorite cordless tools . I have owned a corded version of this for thirty five years or so but this one is the one I use almost exclusively now . A few month ago I added the rare earth magnets on the top and the