I love being in my workshop in the morning. I have an east facing window up high and the morning sunlight streams through it on a a nice day until about 10 am. Having sunshine beaming in my window and the doors open to let in the cool morning breezes make for a wonderful atmosphere in the shop.
Such was the case for my Saturday morning work on the doors. Here are a few shots of my most enjoyable morning.
Fitting the door styles in the morning sunshine.
Plowing the groove for the panel.
Making tenon mortises.
Well, now that I figured out my logo (thanks again Tom!), I better go do some woodworking. So today, I fit the final fronts to the drawers and added oil rubbed bronze handles so I could get rid of the ugly blue tape.
Benchcraft vice commercial
Drawer fronts fit.
Oil rubbed bronze handles.
Mr. Buhl put this together for me and I love it!
Here’s a link to his woodworking blog.
Here’s the latest mock up. Still trying to decide if I like it better. Thoughts?
For many of my project I use Bursso hinges/hardware. Its quality stuff that I got turned on to by Marc at the The Wood Whisperer. The hardward is substanical quality brass and they even include the proper size steel screws to pre-thread your brass screw holes.
A couple weeks ago they sent out a call for project photos and I sent in a few of mine. In response Brusso did a really nice blog post on the information that I sent them and to boot, they sent me a really nice mug!
Check out their stuff if you haven’t already.
PS. If anyone can give me a hint at how to get rid of the ugly brown border around my pics, lemme know. Geez!
I’m updating my logo from my hand drawn logo to a logo done by a graphic designer. What ya think? Better? Is it easy to tell tha the tool in the picutue is a rasp?
I’m always surprised how much time things take. The drawers have taken a surprising amount fiddling and fitting. But they’re done and ready for fronts.
Drawers installed with guides.
Milling the drawer bottom materials.
Rabbeting the edges.
Cleaning up the edges.
Final drawer, ready for front.