Good afternoon every one my name is Drew and I am from Florence South Carolina. I am a part owner of a small cabinet and woodworking shop here and also have my own design company as well. In addition I am a avid "DIYer" working on a 1950 Colonial Revival. I plan to share my shop and personal projects and get some ideas from others.
Hi, My name is Wilbert and I live in Milford,CT. I do a little woodwork from time to time, mostly build small items, although my first project after I retired was a full size working hobby desk for my wife. Used no plans or specs, just started one day and finished a month later. I have inherited many woodworking tools from my wife's grandfather, but have some modern tools from her father, and a few I buy here and there. My first Kreg tool is the kreg junior r3.
Hi! My name is Pili and I live in Spain. I have a DIY blog and have seen so many beautiful things made with the Kreg Jig that I really wanted one for myself. My husband ordered it online as a surprise for my and today I received mine. I can't wait to learn to use it and make lots of projects with it. Any tips are more than welcome!
My blog is called My Sweet Things, I hope I can post all my stuff there and help others as well.
Hello. My name is Rob and I am a new keg user. Just got mine i look forward to using it. I'm excited to see what I can do with it. My first project is a new oak table top for my travel trailer, my nephew broke my other one when he plopped down on it. I am doing more wood work now since I injured my back and can't work as a mechanic anymore. I have my limitations I just work inside them.
Hello, my name is Dom and I have started to make tables that I use to have made from a few Mill Shops that I sell in my company. The Mill Shops never could get the product to me on time, so I have taken to doing them myself. It gave me a good excuse to build the woodworking shop I always wanted
Hello everyone, My name is Rhonda and I'm from Houston Tx ! I recently started going to thrift stores and I started noticing old furniture that was there week after week just gathering dust. It seemed that everyone else didn't see what I saw, I started getting excited imagining all the different possibilities for each piece I saw. I've gotta admit that I did go a bit over board in the beginning and ended up with a garage full of old furniture! I didn't realize it was a "problem" until my husband brought it to my attention that his car no longer fit in there! So I started to refurbish each piece & when I was done I put them on Craigslist, and they actually started buying them! I never planned on this becoming a way to make extra income but with having 5 kids I'm definitely NOT complaining, and either is my husband now! lol!
My name is David.
I've never made or used a pocket hole before. I've been installing cabinets for about a year and now I'm also setting up a cabinet shop. I bought a K4 jig but haven't had time to try it yet (really busy). The method of building I am going to use will require a lot of pocket holes.
I had a lumber drying and machining business a few years ago supplying local cabinet shops. I've also been a professional welder, ran heavy equipment, worked on farms, drove a truck for 4 million miles, and a few other things.
I'm a workaholic. 100+ hours a week was not unusual a few years ago. 70 or 80 is more my speed now.
David once you start using pocket screws it opens up a whole new world of design for cabinets.