recycled pine candle holders with beeswax votives, Peg and
Toaster Tongs Wood Handmade by thesundaywoodcarver on Etsy
Gnome Hand-carved Figure
Gnome Hand Carved with Big Red Hat
Universal Jam Chuck
Squeeze-out is actually a good thing. It answers the question: Have you used the right amount of glue? You want a thin bead to come out of the joint—not more, not less. But squeeze-out is a pain, too. It’s got to come off. Done the hard way, removing squeeze-out can take longer than applying the glue and clamping the wood together. Here are six tips to make the job easier.
Whittle and Chips - Big nose santa
After scores of conversations with chemists, regulatory agencies, finish manufacturers, finishing experts, and woodworkers, I found that there are a few finishes that everyone agrees are food safe. However, these finishes tend to be the least protective, and the great majority are in a kind of limbo, with many experts saying most are fine for use with food but with others saying they should be avoided because there are some lingering questions about their safety. In the welter of contrary…