Search:

Type: Posts; User: willie sobat; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 7 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.02 seconds.

  1. Replies
    3
    Views
    658

    I would use the wipe on poly without thinner and...

    I would use the wipe on poly without thinner and oil. My reasoning would be that since the chalice is already sealed with shellac the oil won't give the piece any more character but may retard the...
  2. Thread: new lathe

    by willie sobat
    Replies
    6
    Views
    1,157

    I have a 1642 also. I love it. I'm sure you'll...

    I have a 1642 also. I love it. I'm sure you'll be happy with it.
  3. [QUOTE=Thom Sturgill;2028488]And Willie, NEVER...

    [QUOTE=Thom Sturgill;2028488]And Willie, NEVER use your SRG to round out a side grain blank. It is for spindle work only. The other tools may find a use for 'faceplate' work, but not that one. I...
  4. Thank you for all the responses. I think I will...

    Thank you for all the responses. I think I will go with the 1/2" V gouge and a round nose scraper.
  5. Spindle turner interested in making some bowls.

    My primary woodworking hobby is making furniture. To support that endeavor I have had a lathe of some sort for about 15 years. I would describe myself as spindle turner of intermediate skill. ...
  6. Replies
    8
    Views
    1,585

    Wow! Those are incredible. I'm very impressed.

    Wow! Those are incredible. I'm very impressed.
  7. Replies
    2
    Views
    1,026

    Jewelry Bench

    I haven't been around for a while. I have been caught up in a lot of other things. I have gotten back into woodworking though over the past couple of months. Here is a jewelry bench I made for my...
  8. Replies
    33
    Views
    4,675

    Brett, I would call that a Masterpiece. ...

    Brett,

    I would call that a Masterpiece. Thanks for showing us.
  9. Very nice! I've always been partial to...

    Very nice! I've always been partial to Scandinavian bench designs. You have executed it well.
  10. Replies
    18
    Views
    3,107

    I now work in a heated/cooled shop. But for my...

    I now work in a heated/cooled shop. But for my first 12 years of woodworking I worked in an unheated space. For that reason I have never adopted water stones. Since I already had sharpening tools...
  11. Very nice! If that's your bench, I'd love to see...

    Very nice! If that's your bench, I'd love to see your other work.
  12. Replies
    15
    Views
    3,023

    Wow. That is cool. Like someone else said, you...

    Wow. That is cool. Like someone else said, you don't see something like that everyday. Thanks for sharing.
  13. Replies
    16
    Views
    4,087

    Got some more work done this week. Sawed the...

    Got some more work done this week. Sawed the moldings free, fared the curves and cut the miters. I fluted a block to serve as the pediment for a flame finial. Finally I turned the finial and...
  14. Replies
    16
    Views
    4,087

    Got some more work done over the weekend. Cut...

    Got some more work done over the weekend. Cut the moldings free, sanded and mounted them. Mounted the plinth block. Then built a bracket to mount it on the cabinet. Dry fit to size. Moldings for...
  15. Replies
    9
    Views
    1,499

    I love my 12" Chopmaster.

    I love my 12" Chopmaster.
  16. Replies
    16
    Views
    4,087

    Started work on the gooseneck molding today. For...

    Started work on the gooseneck molding today. For all the people that have said carving it is not that hard, I say..., never mind. I started by bandsawing the inside edge. After fairing the curves...
  17. Replies
    42
    Views
    7,672

    Looking good Matt. I am planning to do a dining...

    Looking good Matt. I am planning to do a dining table sometime next year. I am not looking forward to working such a large flat surface. It looks like you've done it right though.
  18. Replies
    14
    Views
    3,085

    Very nice.

    Very nice.
  19. Replies
    6
    Views
    1,866

    David, Hiccups like that are common during any...

    David,

    Hiccups like that are common during any of my projects. Typically for me though it will occur when I have no stock left that will work for a repair. Nice work.
  20. Replies
    13
    Views
    3,646

    Beautiful.

    Beautiful.
  21. Replies
    11
    Views
    2,643

    Very nice. I'm not surprised the client was...

    Very nice. I'm not surprised the client was pleased.
  22. Replies
    16
    Views
    4,087

    Finished the base of the cornice. Next I have to...

    Finished the base of the cornice. Next I have to build the goose neck bonnet that will complete the cabinet.

    211256
  23. I used a similar chisel years ago when I worked...

    I used a similar chisel years ago when I worked as a glazier. We were replacing the windows in an old department store. The building was considered an historic landmark and as such much of the...
  24. Replies
    16
    Views
    4,087

    I finished the base of the cornice today. Picked...

    I finished the base of the cornice today. Picked up glass for the doors. The glass was not cut to the template size so back to the shop it goes (argghh). Here it is at the end of today.

    211126
  25. Replies
    16
    Views
    4,087

    Patrick, I too like milk paint. However, this...

    Patrick,

    I too like milk paint. However, this will be painted with a latex. It is currently wearing only a coat of primer though.

    Here it is in the dining room. It only took a slight taper...
Results 1 to 25 of 166
Page 1 of 7 1 2 3 4