Interesting Stuff From Around The Web #70 – March 07, 2015

Every week I like to share a few things I find interesting. Mostly video content with an occasional website article. All of the content you will find in these posts is free to you. Remember that liking, subscribing, or sharing free content goes a long way in helping produce more free content. If you like that creator’s work, share it! Also, thank you to those who send me links through the week when you find something really interesting.

If for some reason you haven’t already heard of Ana White you should really check out her entire website. In the mean time, check out her recent pallet wall. I’ve got a pallet wall project somewhere on my never ending list of stuff to do so I really like seeing other’s versions of it. (click the image)


I love the simplicity of these wooden hinges. I never would have though this is how they are made. David shows you how to make a few different wood hinges in this video.

It’s crazy how you are just a few clicks away from getting totally lost into something you never would have otherwise searched for. I searched google for a scarf joint jig and stumbled upon this forum thread. It’s a lengthy, 7 page thread that spans a few years and has a million pictures covering the build of a pretty awesome boat. I barely read anything on the thread but instead found myself immersed in the never ending flow of images. This is one very well documented boat build! (click the image)

Highland Woodworking

I’m really starting to dig this show. Some pretty interesting furniture by Michael Gilmartin in this one.

Lane Bros WoodShop

Here’s someone you may not know. Check out Matt’s new lumber rack

Roentgens’ Berlin Secretary Cabinet

This is incredible. Built in the 1700’s and so many hidden gems in it.

Drunken Woodworker

Check out David’s super simple spline jig.


  1. So, there went Saturday morning looking through the Boat Build! Impressive skills, patience and determination!

  2. Another good one!
    The Highland Woodworker host is cheesier than the WW4MM episode on the wooden door mat.
    Didn’t think that was possible.
    Good stuff.

  3. Jay, These picks are seriously a highlight of my week. Thanks for bringing all of this woodworking goodness together! You should check out this channel that features Master Shipwright Louis Sauzedde doing some incredable things with old wooden boats. He’s got a wealth of knowledge and some of the things he does with marking and measuring to fit new boards onto old boats is incredible. Definitely worth a watch!

    • Thanks Jeff and thanks for the recommendation. I’m actually already subscribed to him :) I think I put his straight line ripping bench on one of these ATW posts. That dude has tons of knowledge!

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