The list is made and I’ve got three-dozen gifts to make in the next month. One of the gifts my son Carter and I have been working on is turned cheese planes. Shown below is a very basic PIP for this project. Craft Supplies did have some very rudimentary instructions on their site, but I cannot find the download now. The key is the correct size of rabbeted tenon for the metal ferrule. I used scrap figured maple for the handles.
Drilling the hole for the tang. The tape works as a depth stop for the hole.
Shaping the jam-fit headstock.
Marlen @ WOOD
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