February 10, 2016
This small project features stout joinery and angles that will challenge your skills
December 2, 2015
The Shakers had this diminutive design pegged
November 24, 2015
Shaker Work Bench from Scott Landis book (Hancock Shaker Bench). Maple top, ash legs, curly maple drawer fronts, birdseye tail vise, cherry end caps and trim.
November 15, 2015
This is a reproduction of a chest from the Pleasant Hill Community. Cherry, with White Pine secondary wood.
November 11, 2015
Patterened after a Shaker production chair circa 1870. In cherry with curly cherry back slats.
October 28, 2015
This one of a kind shaker influenced bench is handmade from quartersawn white oak using tradition joinery mortise and tenon exposed joinery and pegs with no mechanical fasteners. I sawyer…
Join the guys for a trip to the Hancock Shaker Village where they learn about the history on the benches used in the shops there, and discuss which features of…
Mike tackles the mortises with the help of a hollow-chisel mortiser, while Matt demonstrates two ways to cut tenons—one for the short stretchers and another for the long ones. He…
There’s more to the base than big parts and strong joints. There’s also some great-looking panels. To make way for them, Mike uses a dado set to cut grooves in…
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