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Non-Slip Mono Knot

Non-Slip Mono Knot

These tall pub chairs look great, whether you have them sitting at a counter or pair them with a pub table (which we’ll show you in another project plan). Plus, the chairs are comfortable thanks to the shaped seat and angled back. Neither of these great features makes the chairs difficult to build. FREE PLANS at buildsomething.com

These tall pub chairs look great, whether you have them sitting at a counter or pair them with a pub table (which we’ll show you in another project plan). Plus, the chairs are comfortable thanks to the shaped seat and angled back. Neither of these great features makes the chairs difficult to build. FREE PLANS at buildsomething.com

Willi Notte Rogum Table

Willi Notte Rogum Table

Kitchen Stool Plans - Furniture Plans and Projects | WoodArchivist.com

Kitchen Stool Plans - Furniture Plans and Projects | WoodArchivist.com

Next time you make guacamole, think twice before you toss that avocado pit. It’s a seed after all, which you can use to grow an entirely new avocado plant. It will help reduce your food waste, and when it fruits, you’ll be able to boast that your guac didn’t cost

Next time you make guacamole, think twice before you toss that avocado pit. It’s a seed after all, which you can use to grow an entirely new avocado plant. It will help reduce your food waste, and when it fruits, you’ll be able to boast that your guac didn’t cost

Large Dovetail Joints - Joinery Tips, Jigs and Techniques | http://WoodArchivist.com

Large Dovetail Joints - Joinery Tips, Jigs and Techniques | http://WoodArchivist.com

Kerf Bending - Bending Wood Tips and Techniques! For more great woodworking tips visit http://www.handymantips.org/category/woodworking/

Kerf Bending - Bending Wood Tips and Techniques! For more great woodworking tips visit http://www.handymantips.org/category/woodworking/

Cabane des bois sur pilotis - Maquette et réalisation finale

Cabane des bois sur pilotis - Maquette et réalisation finale

The deep grain lines in woods like oak or walnut will telegraph through the clear finish, no matter how many coats you apply. And that’s fine; it’s part of the character of coarse-grain woods. But if a perfectly smooth surface is the look you want, use a grain filler. You’ll find several products online or at woodworking stores. With most, you wipe on the filler, squeegee off the excess with a plastic putty knife and then sand after it’s dry for a smooth-as-glass surface.

The deep grain lines in woods like oak or walnut will telegraph through the clear finish, no matter how many coats you apply. And that’s fine; it’s part of the character of coarse-grain woods. But if a perfectly smooth surface is the look you want, use a grain filler. You’ll find several products online or at woodworking stores. With most, you wipe on the filler, squeegee off the excess with a plastic putty knife and then sand after it’s dry for a smooth-as-glass surface.