Tag Archives: Paul Sellers

Essential Woodworking Hand Tools-a Review

I have followed Paul Sellers’ blog for quite some time now.  When he announced his online woodworking instruction course, Woodworking Masterclasses, I eagerly joined and have been a member since the first project.  As a result, my skills as a … Continue reading

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Cam Clamps-Part 2-Complete

After spending about an hour every evening in the shop and a big chunk of Saturday, my Paul Sellers inspired cam clamps are done.  This project was a lot of fun.  From digging in the attic for material (see part 1) … Continue reading

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Cam Clamps-Part 1

If you have missed it up until now, Paul Sellers is in the middle of a three-part series on making cam clamps.  Start with the blog post and work your way over to Woodworking Masterclasses.  It is a simple process … Continue reading

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Three Little Pencil Boxes All in a Row

Completed the fabrication of the three pencil boxes today.  I really like making these.  The kolrosing that I add to the lids puts my stamp on them and I have a lot of fun doing it.  I do it with … Continue reading

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Thicknessing with the Magic Jig

OK, magic may be a little bit over the top, but this thing works great.  The plan for the Hillbilly Tansu designs call for the frame stock to be 36mm square.  The more consistent the pieces are to size, the … Continue reading

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What a Mess!

I have a bad habit of not cleaning the shop while I’m working on a large project.  I could make all sorts of excuses for my behavior, but I really need to do better.  Thankfully the weather this weekend was … Continue reading

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End Tables Part 13 – Done!

  Whew!  These tables are now moved into the done column.  This has been a long and drawn out build for me and taxed the confines of my small shop.  I actually had to move the bases into the house … Continue reading

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