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Started Feb 29, 2012

Easy to follow Shed Plans
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Does anyone have an easy to follow shed plan? I'm building an outdoor pup pad for my five goldens, complete with bunk beds, dog treat dispenser, and air....but I haven't found a really good plan…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Reys Jan 29, 2012.

floating wooden planter
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I'm very interested in making a floating type island or planter, does anyone have any thoughts on this....for the koi pond, okay if the roots hang in the water. Any ideas are welcome. …Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by angie brashears Aug 5, 2011.


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Which Kreg products do you own?
Kreg Jig® Master System
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Beginning DIY'er

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At 1:14am on April 26, 2012, angie brashears said…

Thanks Jay! when I was looking for you yesterday on my friend's list to send the message, couldn't believe you weren't on it! I ordered a book for beginning whirligig's and asked the hub for a bandsaw for my birthday/mother's day coming up. For the smaller intricate cuts, is it a bandsaw that I need?

thanks again, angie

At 8:32pm on April 24, 2012, Jay Boutwell said…

Angie what a nice lady you are to want to help an elderly gentleman.

The ones I have seen are made like airplane propellers.  These were very popular here not long ago as the Oregon Ducks were playing high in the football games and everyone was flying flags and wearing clothing in support of the Oregon Ducks.  Several had these whirley jigs in their yards and even small ones on hand held sticks and on auto antennas.

  The ones that were made of wood had wooden wings that looked airplane propellers.  I did see a couple whirley jigs where someone had actually taken the plastic airplane propellers off of a toy and added them to the side of jig sawn duck and when they were spinning looked pretty good.  What they had done was taken the propellers from what looked like the ones from a rubber band wind up toy and used a nail to attach them to the duck. When it was all painted up it was actually a classic way to make the jig. They actually spun fast in a light wind.  This would be the easy method but you could carve some from wood as well using a light weight wood and keep them balanced cutting the blades so that one would twist one way with the other one twisting the other way just like a propeller.

  Good luck with a nice project that will bring some happiness to someone.   Need more help please feel free to ask and I will make a sample.

At 8:14pm on April 24, 2012, Jay Boutwell said…

Angie, Thank you for the invitation to be a friend, It will be an honor for me. I think I can give you some help with questions in your woodworking projects.  Over the past few months you have gained much knowledge and I believe you can build and do about anything in your wood shop. 

  When time permits, I still have not forgotten to do up a video on some more type doors, as you have proven that you can build them.  

Thank you  again for the friendship and looking forward to exchanging project ideas.  Now if you can get your Husband involved in the projects the sky would be the limits as to what can be done. 

At 12:49am on February 12, 2012, Jens Jensen said…

Great looking and the nice thing about it the next and next after will even look better


At 9:45am on February 8, 2012, Jim Delorme said…

Thanks for the kudos on my buffet Angie.

At 4:14am on January 30, 2012, angie brashears said…

thanks for your help Jay, my very first door, inlaid, even though I thought about cheating and just putting the beadboard on the back, I'm so glad I didn't. :)

At 4:13am on January 30, 2012, angie brashears said…

At 12:35am on January 30, 2012, Al Barale said…

Great job Angie,  I second what Jay said about routers.

At 9:21pm on January 29, 2012, angie brashears said…

At 9:20pm on January 29, 2012, angie brashears said…

thx Jay, very useful. My routering leaves a little to be desired, they're drying now. :)


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