Sellers Home Kitchen Shelf: Episode 4

In every video we present woodworking, we try always to give out a never-seen-before technique, but in this one, we give out several, including unique inlaying techniques, hand-made tools, equipment and things like that.

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Sellers Home Kitchen Shelf: Episode 3

Adding curves to any work is transformative. From handsaw to chisel and mallet, spokeshave, a bent piece of bandsaw blade, or thin wood, these shapes define the very best use of our energies in three-dimensional working.

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Sellers Home Kitchen Shelf: Episode 2

Maybe you’ve been looking for a project with sliding dovetails to cut your teeth on. This one might just be it. In this episode, we marry the dovetailed uprights to the shelf unit’s top and bottom, deliberating on each one to get an exact and unique fit to correspond.

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Sellers Home Kitchen Shelf: Episode 1

Laying out for this half of the joint can take different paths ranging from using calipers and careful measuring to simply working only by eye, with no measuring at all. We will follow a path Paul uses regularly that gives excellent results, as laying out is critical to joints that fit. Even so, elements to this joint still rely on developing your intuitive side to get the tightness we want in marrying the dovetail to the recess.

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Sellers Home Kitchen Shelf

Every woodworker should try their hand at sliding dovetails at some point in their woodworking, and this project is a perfect introduction to cut your teeth on. Paul designed this kitchen shelf for Sellers Home to complement the oak and walnut pieces in the dining table, the six chairs and the drinks cabinet. Use just about any wood you like, even scraps and mixed woods, for a different look.

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