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.
One Board Challenge
The next four projects (there are more than what I’m showing!) are each from a one board challenge build. The challenge was to use a single 8′ 1×8 board of any species and just make something out of it. Click on each image to view each project. The first is a modern wall shelf by SawdustGirl.com.
The second is a kids step stool from HerToolBelt.com
The third is a beautiful walnut folding laptop desk from JenWoodhouse.com.
And the fourth is another step stool but this time from Addicted2diy.com.
Brian Boggs Chairmakers
Here’s a very beautiful chair. I wish more of the process was shown in video but I suppose pictures will do. Some beautiful wood as well.
Mike and Lauren
The beginning stages of an adjustable height workbench. Maybe you can incorporate this design into something.
It’s hard to skip through Paul’s videos. He’s one of those people where when he talks I shut up and listen. Full of practical woodworking knowledge. Sharpening and setting the bench plane.
A hand tool made drawer for the hand tool folks :)
Jenkins Custom Homes
Maybe more of a WOW factor than anything. But it is interesting.
David shows a process for making a guitar. I believe he said he will be making another one without the use of a CNC soon. It’s a really nice project regardless of the method.
This isn’t woodworking but it’s an interesting concept. Making a beautiful set of steak knives from second-hand knives.
Uh.. is that another izzy swan in the making! Pretty cool idea using trailer jacks.
Thanks so much for including my step stool!
Absolutely. Keep making great content :)
Thanks Jay, I really dig your “Interesting things around the web” Series,. You find great content and essentially hand me more time to browse even more DIY vids.
Wow! Thanks for posting the adjustable height workbench. I certainly appreciate all the traffic :)
Right on. Keep up the great content.
They say sitting is the new smoking. A desk that will allow you to stand and work is a very good idea for the health conscious. Thanks for sharing that mechanism. Coming soon: no sitting in the workplace.
Great to see you include Paul Sellers, he is a Master..OK being a fellow Brit I know I am biased :)
Thank You Jay
A beginner, I can glean so much from your posts like these…thanx
Comments are closed.