Welcome to this placeholder information page for this astounding Linen Cupboard project! As this is a long project, we are currently filming the final episodes and then we will replace the picture with the finished project, along with drawings and a cut list.

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When a design just comes together in your head and you then make it exactly to the plan you formulated while riding your bike, it is truly satisfying. This is one of those projects. Different joinery than you’ve seen before, and the complex appearance is total simplicity.

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Gluing up the Shoji follows precise fitting of the components and a dry run to endure nothing holds any of the joints off. This is the tedious part of the Shoji but so well worth watching. Paul shows the whole of the glue-up so you can see how issues are resolved. It is a peaceful effort that Paul enjoyed and, hopes that you will enjoy it too.

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In this episode, we lay out the Kumiko rails and verticals on large a scale, layout and chop the mortise holes and then create the unusual tenons with their little pointed ‘bird beak’.

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Creating a new handle for your bench plane is one of those rites of passage every woodworker should go through, and this will likely be the first time you will see it done using hand tools.

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In this episode, we cover the unique formation of twin tenons to match the mortise holes, but walk you through the compensatory mitre to accommodate the front face bevelled chamfers.

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The main focus of this simple project is to learn how to both laminate and then shape wood into useful kitchen projects using only conventional hand tools.

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