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Making a wooden mallet is a traditional apprentice piece in which you can practice your mortice and tenons as well as shaping skills. It also provides you with a handmade and very useful tool to have in your toolbox for years to come. Paul shows you how to construct and finesse the shape of his favourite mallet design.
Please note: This project does not have a downloadable drawing.
|Head||6″ x 4″ x 3″||150 x 100 x 75|
|Handle||3/4″ x 1 3/4″ x 14″||19 x 45 x 355|
Combination gauge (or marking gauge and mortise gauge)
Chisels (3/4″ and 1″)
Tape/Ruler (or both)
Brace/drill driver & 11/16” bit
The joints used in this project:
Tapered Mortice and Tenon.
Who is teaching this course?
Paul Sellers. Paul is a dynamic and knowledgable teacher. Paul teaches at the New Legacy School of Woodworking. Find out more about Paul and the projects he is involved with click here.