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#68
Turned Tool Handles from the Wood Lathe

In this video, Dick Sing presents the viewers with the techniques to make custom, handcrafted tool handles on the wood lathe. Don't be content with the standard handles if they don't feel just right, make your own and put your personality into those handles.

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Resurrected from the Woodworking At Home Magazine.

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#69
Turned Tool Handles from the Wood Lathe

In this video, Dick Sing presents the viewers with the techniques to make custom, handcrafted tool handles on the wood lathe.  Don't be content with the standard handles if they don't feel just right, make your own and put your personality into those handles.

Please subscribe to the channel, without subscribers the channel cannot survive, IT IS FREE, thank you!

Resurrected from the Woodworking At Home Magazine.

Please visit the companion website for more information about these videos… https://makingstuffwithchrisdehut.com/



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Chris DeHut
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#70
#54 Chest on Frame Cabinet

This Chest on Frame cabinet is one of those projects that is a must build.  This project features: Relief Carving, Joinery, Veneering, Metal Working, Finishing, and the list goes on.  Follow along as Chris DeHut walks you through the process and presents plenty of techniques and tips to enhance your woodworking skills.

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Resurrected from the Woodworking At Home Magazine.

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#71
In this video, David Reilly demonstrates the process of carving letters.  If you have ever wondered about carving letters, this is a must watch video.  David shows you how to create the patterns, select the tools, and most importantly, how to perform the actually carving process for the various tools used.

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Resurrected from the Woodworking At Home Magazine.

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#72
Learn new skills in joinery. Miter joinery, especially for boxes is especially appealing for its sleek, clean look.  The joint, being mostly end grain is week but can be strengthened and its look can be enhanced with the addition of a spline.  This jig makes cutting the slots for the spline easy and quick. 
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Resurrected from the Woodworking At Home Magazine. 
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#73
Make this Bench Tool Storage Cabinet for Your Shop



Having an organized work shop has many benefits, the ability to make more room for tools and make them accessible are just a couple.  Follow along in this video as Chris creates a combination storage cabinet and work bench for some of your smaller bench tools.  There are plenty of ideas for utilizing every inch of space within the cabinet.

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Resurrected from the Woodworking At Home Magazine.

Supporting documentation for this video can be found on the companion website. 

This link will take you to that resource page… https://makingstuffwithchrisdehut.com/woodworking-files





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Chris DeHut
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#74
Relief Carving Q and A with David Reilly

David Reilly answers some relief carving questions from viewers of the original Woodworking at Home Magazine videos.  If you have questions, someone may have asked years ago and the answers might be here for you!

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Resurrected from the Woodworking At Home Magazine.

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