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Wine Rack

There is much more to life than a good wine, and an equally good looking wine rack, when there’s the making of the rack itself.

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Simple Bookshelf: Episode 3

Paul uses simple techniques to deal with issues of fitting the shelves to the sides and then adding the dividers. Paul also walks you through developing both the toe or kickboard and the cambered pediment. If you are worried about applying finishes to large projects like this one, then this may well mark the end of your troubles.

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Simple Bookshelf: Episode 1

Accuracy in preparing your wood, truing up, trimming, planing and cutting to width and length determine the quality of the joinery and all must be accurate to the layout. This preparation paves the way for the ease and simplicity of making a great project.

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Simple Bookshelf

I have made several of these in my life because I just could not bring myself to buy inferior products that might look alike but, inside lack the integrity I’m looking for. For about the same amount of money, you can buy the solid wood you need and enjoy the process of making along the way.

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Bread Stow: Episode 5

Paul cuts and fits the retaining strips with mitres at the corners and the lid support strips. He then starts the fitting of the lid and creating the pintels used as the hinging system. Applying a safe finish gives the project its final lustre.

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Bread Stow: Episode 4

We are now creating the hinge pin system for the removable lid/cutting board. Glue up and assembly involves the screw system for locking the corners permanently together.

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Bread Stow: Episode 2

Paul describes his work using his sensory perceptions as he begins the joinery layout and then makes each of the corner joints.

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Bread Stow: Episode 1

In this video, Paul takes you step by step through the edge jointing of thin pieces and then on to gluing up the panels.

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