Hide-Away Furniture

Two years ago this month, I posted a blog about transforming furniture; pieces that open and expand to become more functional and look way more ominous. This table, while not a true transformer, fits more into the Hide-away furniture category. As I walked through a local antique mall – generally that means junk shop, but[…]

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Save $$$ @ Micro Fence

As you are probably aware, 360 Woodworking is a big fan of Micro Fence. So much so that owner Rich Wedler was one of the early interviews published to our members (Listen here). Rich has also participated in a few podcast, such as episode #37 & episode #38. And I’m still working to get him[…]

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Arts & Crafts Legs: Like Gus

This past week I had a few woodworkers in class to build a Stickley desk based on a L & JG Stickley #602 original. No, we didn’t keep the project as a true reproduction. We added side and rear slats to dress it up a bit, and updated different aspects to make the desk more[…]

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Small Changes Make Big Differences

As I was working on a tea caddy for a 360 Woodworking hands-on class, which happened a couple of weeks back, I was amazed at how small changes make big differences. The corner inlay I made from shop scraps – alternating light and dark pieces that align at a 45° angle – changed significantly as[…]

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