Tag: pocket holes

This old sofa table

June 25, 20150 Comments

Coincidentally, the next project on my list to revisit and share from back in the beginning of my woodworking adventures is this old sofa table (I’ll explain the coincidence at the end of the post.) Similar to previous projects from this time, I built it entirely out of dimensional lumber from my local home center. […]

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410 Kreg Pocket Hole Jigs

February 7, 20100 Comments

Today’s Try it Tuesday is the Kreg Pocket Hole Jig. I’ve been using pocket holes on and off in my own shop for a wide assortment of projects. They’re quick and easy to use and they create a strong joint that works amazing! Some will argue that because they’re not a “traditional” joinery technique they […]

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333 Small Table Project Part 4 – The Finale

November 25, 20080 Comments

This is the final episode of the small table project. Today we’ll be doing the final assembly now that we have the pieces all cut to size, shaped and ready to go. Attaching the aprons to the legs is a matter of choosing the right joinery that works for you. And that doesn’t always mean […]

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331 Small Table Project Part 3

November 20, 20082 Comments

Normally I release these on Wednesdays, but this has been no ordinary week! So here’s the latest episode of the small table build. In this episode we’re cutting and shaping the legs. A simple job of ripping each one to size and then cutting the double taper that give them their shape. Since I’ve been […]

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