I’ve found that keeping a simple journal with details of my completed projects helps me avoid giving duplicate gifts, recall important tips on building the project successfully, and dodge any pitfalls I encountered the first time.
Hauling lumber without a truck can be a challenge.
My lathe doesn’t have a speed readout, making it difficult to follow turning plans.
There are lots of ideas floating around about proper blade height.
Because cove and crown moldings mount at an angle between two adjoining surfaces, miter-cutting the moldings actually calls for a 45° compound cut.
Good glue joints require dead-straight surfaces.