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late to the party -eric sloane

Have had this fantastic book An Age of Barns for a few years, nabbed it from Pops, but just now started to dig around the late author/illustrator Eric Sloane. This post will barely scrape the surface of his work but hopefully an fyi. Bio below paraphrased from SloaneAwareness and EricSloane. Usually don't post huge chunks like this but good stuff... Born Everard Jean Hinrichs in New York City (1905) he later changed his name to Eric to reflect his American origins —he pulled "eric" from the…

A Precise Method for Drawing an Ellipse - Fine Woodworking Tip  Need this technique for the entertainment unit.

Read a precise method for how to draw an ellipse. An excellent and common method for drawing an ellipse is to use two push pins, a string, and a pencil. Trial and error is often recommended, but the placement and length of the pins and string can be calculated easily. Here's how:

Wooden Mallet Plans - Hand Tools Tips and Techniques | WoodArchivist.com

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Blade Sharpening Jig: Here's a nice way to economically sharpen plane blades. A simple block and a handful of hardware is all it takes to complete the task.

Here's a nice way to economically sharpen plane blades. A simple block and a handful of hardware is all it takes to complete the task.

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OK, enough interest seems to be present for another Forum topic…How about Lathes? Which one do you own? like it? hate it? why? Which lathe is in YOUR...