Oddities in wood /patterns

A few years ago I sent in an article about a bird that I found in a piece of wood, today I came across the lost dog, I guess you could say he barked up the wrong tree. please share any oddities that you have found. when I was working in the...

THANK YOU

I would like to thank you for the Member of the week. With all of the great woodworkers on here, it was a huge surprise that I was picked for this honor. Again Thank you very much.

Horn Speakers #1: First Steps

My son was searching for unusual speakers on the web and he found a nautilus seashell style that he liked similar to this one. Most were molded with some type of plastic. The one shown below was 3D printed except for one which was made of...

WoodworkingWeb Collaboration - Christmas 2019 #1: Announcement

I thought it would be a good idea to celebrate WoodworkingWeb restart together with the celebration of the Christmas season. No, there are no fancy prizes, no glorious fame… This is a call for a nice little collaboration by giving gratitude to...

Descriptions Help Us Thrive

Just a small update to highlight the importance of descriptions when new creation is being posted. It should make you pause and encourage your thinking mind before hitting the Submit button: Descriptions help us thrive. Please reflect on the...

Image Processing Pipeline Reclaimed

Our image processing pipleine has been outsourced to a third party company for years. I’m happy to announce that it’s not outsourced anymore and this paves the road for new features. After intense work that touched all internal WoodworkingWeb...

Mobile Navigation Update

Our navigation has not been working properly on mobile. This update fixes it and makes it better too. The notification and message icons are not overlapping logo anymore and logo is now on the left side with all navigation items grouped neatly on...

In need of knowledge

Would any of you kind people have a link or website of a tutorial for cantilevers. I have a request for a sewing box with cantilevers and I don’t want to waste anymore wood. :-). Thank you in advance.

Morris chair restoration #2: The frame

The wooden frame was much worse than I had realized. Boards had been nailed to the bottom to keep the springs from falling through. The burlap was recycled from a Burlington, Wisconsin Murphy Products feed sack which still had a portion of the...

Morris chair restoration #3: The back cushion

I removed the mid-20th-century gray marble vinyl to reveal more of the chair’s history. The top cushion’s original upholstery which was under the gray marble vinyl appeared to be an early attempt at Naugahyde – almost like a painted coating...

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