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One of my favorite toys is my Kreg Drawer Slide Jig. There are actually two jigs that you'll want to use to help you install a drawer. These two jigs really compliment each other, and make completing drawer installs a snap. I picked up both jigs from Amazon for a really reasonable…Continue
Posted on January 30, 2013 at 12:30am — 4 Comments
The Kreg Shelf Pin Jig is an excellent jig to add your woodworking collection. I've done the "make your own" pegboard type of jig. The problem is you cut it down to size and it seems like you never get it right the first time. When you do finally get it right it still feels a little off…Continue
Posted on September 17, 2012 at 8:30am — 2 Comments
Making this paper towel holder is an easy and great project for beginning woodworkers. If you're an experienced woodworker than a simple project like this is great way to introduce woodworking to your kids and grand-kids.
I found this toothpick holder kit at Rockler. It's a fun turn, very similar to turning a pen on a lathe.
I found this pill holder kit at Rockler. It's incredibly easy to make, and will make an awesome gift. I made this turned pill holder in about an hour and should last for many years.
This speaker cube was a snap to make using the Rockler Wireless Speaker Kit. The kit includes all the electronics you'll need to create a speaker cube.
The Kreg K5 jig is a fantastic tool that woodworkers will find very helpful. In the review below I'll go over all of the key features that I thought were important.
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