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7 Trim Carpentry Secrets

Winter is a great time to make small changes in your home that will refresh your space to enjoy while snowed in!

Handmade Reclaimed / Recycled Hardwood  Bird Feeder – via blonde-rust-projects, ebay

Handmade Reclaimed / Recycled Hardwood Bird Feeder – via blonde-rust-projects…

Close Ugly Gaps: 13 Tips for Perfect Miters Every Time http://www.familyhandyman.com/woodworking/perfect-miters-every-time

Perfect Miters Every Time

Close Ugly Gaps You can close a small miter gap by rubbing it with a screwdriver shank or any hard, smooth tool. We used the end of a utility knife. That crushes the wood fibers inward to make the gap disappear. Even professional woodworkers sometimes r

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Interior Trim Work Basics - Step by Step | The Family Handyman

Interior Trim Work Basics

Pin now read later; The Best Carpentry Tips and Advice straight from professional carpenters & Family Handyman. Definitely worth reading before you start your next woodworking project!

Interior trim work basics: All the trim basics, start to finish. Good resource.

Interior Trim Work Basics

Interior trim work basics: All the trim basics, start to finish, plus a clever way to get miters tight.Maybe since we've been in our house for a year, it's time to finish up the trim.

Tricks and Tips for Better Built-in Cabinets. Part furniture, part trim carpentry, built-in cabinets require that you fit square projects into an unsquare world where walls bulge, floors tilt, and ceilings slope. We shadowed two experienced makers and installers of custom cabinetry to bring you simple tips and tricks that will keep your built-in project (and your sanity) “on the bubble.” Featured in the October 2013 issue of WOOD.

Tricks and Tips for Better Built-in Cabinets. Part furniture, part trim carpentry, built-in cabinets require that you fit square projects into an unsquare world where walls bulge, floors tilt, and ceilings slopes.

Locking dadoes with a dowel of wood or aluminum seems like a great idea for drawer fronts.

How to Sand Woodwork by Hand

How to Sand Woodwork by Hand

Lots of great tips for sanding trim, plus, Make a custom sanding block to speed up sanding of complex shapes

7 Trim Carpentry Secrets

Just in time for our home renovations these 7 Trim Carpentry Secrets are going to come in really handy. Beautiful wooden trim makes your home decor look so much nicer!

Shortcuts for Custom Built Cabinets | The Family Handyman

Shortcuts for Custom Built Cabinets

great tutorial on base shoe molding

Base Shoe Molding - How to Install Baseboard Molding - Carpentry, Woodworking, Finish & Trim. DIY Advice - Might need this in the new basement.

Folding Table Base By Richard Ayers Want a mobile table base that provides a huge work area, holds a ton and folds up to only 7 in. thick? You can get everything you need to make the one shown here at the local home center for about $65. Build it to any size. Just make sure the folding support arms (E) and panels (F) fit inside the end frames, so …

DIY Folding Table Base Plans: How to Build a Table Base

Folding Table Base By Richard Ayers Want a mobile table base that provides a huge work area, holds a ton and folds up to only 7 in.

Tips for Installing Shelf Supports by Seth Keller Drilling shelf-support holes is not difficult, but you only get one chance to get it right. If you make a mistake, you’ll get holes that don’t line up and shelves that rock or are way out of level. Here are some tips to remove the guesswork from drilling the shelf-support holes and to improve your accuracy. I’ve also included some tips on …

AW Extra 1/3/13 - Tips for Installing Shelf Supports

Right Angle Braces - Wood Mag Tip of the Day For each pair, start with a 12″ square of 3⁄4″ Baltic-birch plywood and cut it in half diagonally. Then cut notches for the clamps, above. You can vary sizes to suit larger or smaller projects. The braces help with more than glue-ups. Clamp a pair to a chest, above, to support the lid as you install hinges.

Right Angle Braces - Wood Mag Tip of the Day For each pair, start with a square of Baltic-birch plywood and cut it in half diagonally. Then cut notches for the clamps, above. You can vary sizes to suit larger or smaller projects. The braces help

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