What do you want our next mini-series to be on?

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  • #12321
    Joseph Sellers
    Keymaster

    So, the coffee table is coming to an end (we are going to have three more super-episodes of around 1 hour each).

    We have received a lot of feedback from people saying they want to see the tool chest/box next. We are listening and that will be our next major project.

    However, for our members who don’t want to tackle the bigger projects yet we thought we could shoot a small project that we could show in two or three episodes.

    Do you have any ideas? Something small you want to know how to make?

    #12326
    bertd
    Participant

    How about some picture frames?

    #12327
    mchickm
    Participant

    I second Birts comment above. I did recently see Paul in a youtube video (poor ‘handycam’ from an old woodworking show) making a small picture frame with an inlaid detail. A technique that I would be keen to learn and not one yet covered so I think picture frames would be good and quick.

    Thanks for raising it to the forum Joseph.

    🙂

    Martyn Chick

    #12328
    Ken
    Participant

    Just some Ideas off the top of my head.
    High Stool
    Picture Frames
    Towel Rack
    Coat Rack
    CD/DVD Storage
    Table lamp
    Plate Rack
    Tea Tray

    #12329
    Scott Smith
    Participant

    How about a stool of some kind. Not the one from the dvd series. Maybe a Craftsman inspired stool.

    #12330
    Steve Follis
    Participant

    I need a stool to use at my workbench.

    Memphis, Tennessee

    #12331

    An arts and craft inspired picture frame would be nice.

    Or maybe something that involves the mitre joint.

    #12334
    Gary Clark
    Participant

    I could use a stool for my workbench as well.

    Layton, Utah, United States of America
    http://www.gwclark.com/

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    #12336
    Jim Burcicki
    Participant

    How about a handsaw rack to store handsaws?

    #12338
    Martin Bargeman
    Participant

    I would like to see a technique series showing half lap dovetails, mitre dovetails, mitre joints etc

    Norwich, Norfolk, UK

    #12340
    Scott
    Participant

    Assuming that frame/panel and half-lap dovetails will be covered in the upcoming tool box videos, here are my ideas:

    1) Paul has a small rack on the end of his bench to keep his marking gauges. I wouldn’t mind making something similar for commonly used tools.

    2) The picture frame could be a great small project if it shows a keyed miter joint.

    3) I would like to make a donkey-ear shooting board at some point. That may not be small enough.

    4) A stool is fine as well if it shows a new joint. A wedged M&T would be nice.

    -Scott Los Angeles

    #12341
    Brian Loran
    Participant

    Great news about the tool chest being next up!

    Not sure about a small project…. Wine rack? Magazine rack? Small end table (match the coffee table)? I do like the stool Gary C. suggested.

    #12343
    thatbradguy
    Participant

    I’d be less interested in what the project is, and more interested in the new skills the project introduces.

    #12344
    Mick Mercer
    Participant

    All the above sound good to me. Can I add a small book holder for the kitchen to hold books when cooking.

    #12345
    Brett McDermott
    Participant

    I am pumped about the tool chest being next can’t wait to build that.

    For small projects here are a couple ideas.
    1. Paul’s Mallet that he made on his blog
    2. Marking gauge
    3. Cutting Board
    4. Chess Board with pieces
    5. Picture Frame

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