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  • Using a Guitar Template to Build Your First Guitar

    Good kits make great guitars and offer plenty of woodworking An article by Steve Scott in Fine Woodworking Magazine September/October 2011 edition I wanted to build an acoustic guitar for the longest time, but was intimidated by the prospect. Although I’ve done plenty of woodworking, the idea of creating the forms for a guitar body

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  • A Fancy End Grain Cutting Board

    Cutting boards and trivets are commonly available in a wide range of materials, and typically uninteresting. However, the latter need not be the case. As a woodworker I’ve steadily added tools to my shop. With the router and router table available I’ve tried to figure out ways to justify the expense. Here’s a project that

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  • Build a Cremation Cask

    Over the years I’ve made pet cremation urns and boxes for friends who’ve lost pets. In 2010 I had a request from a dear cousin for his own cremation cask. He knew he was dying after a long battle with cancer. It took a couple tries to get a good, sound design that I felt

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  • Cremation Urn: An Unusual Turning

    Every once in a while, an unusual woodworking commission comes along.This recently happened to me when I was asked to turn a cremation urn in the shape of a Shriner fez. Here’s the project. Hope you can get some ideas and tips for your own projects. Material Selection. Since a fez is red and I’m

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34 Responses to “More Woodworking Projects”
  1. ljustus88

    Looking for plans to build a half wall with trim including trimming the post

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    • Customer Service

      Hello. Thanks for inquiring. We do not have such a plan.
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      Paul-WWGOA

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    • Customer Service

      Hi John. Unfortunately we do not have a porch glider plan, but thanks for checking in with us.
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      Paul-WWGOA

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    • Customer Service

      Hi Alfred. Thanks for inquiring with WWGOA. Unfortunately we do not have such a plan.
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      Paul-WWGOA

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    • Customer Service

      Dear Warren,

      Thank you for your patience. In response to your question-

      Thanks for checking with us. Unfortunately, we do not.

      Sincerely,

      Paul
      Woodworkers Guild of America Video Membership

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    • Edward Roberts

      Hi Warren, I built a gun cabinet out of an old cedar chef-robe that belonged to my grandmother. It has double doors for easy access inside. I added 2 shelves for ammo and accessories and cleaning kits. It still had the original skeleton key set with it which means I can lock it up at night. Also there is no glass in it, but there is a mirror in each door. I’ve got 42 different rifles and several hand guns stored in it with ammo and accessories. I’ve since then found another cabinet and converted it for some other toys I’ve acquired in the past couple of years. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

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  2. Donald

    I’m looking for a combination bench & pick-nick table plane…….fold one into the other……

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    • Customer Service

      Hi James. Thanks for checking with us on this, but unfortunately we don’t have a plan for a toy box.
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      Paul-Woodworkers Guild of America

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    • Customer Service

      Dear James,

      Thank you for your patience. In response to your question-

      Thanks for your inquiry. We do not have a plan for thresholds.

      Paul
      Woodworkers Guild of America

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    • Customer Service

      Hi Robert. If you search for “jewelry” from the wwgoa home page, you will find a few different plans for jewelry boxes available on the site.
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      Paul-Woodworkers Guild of America

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  3. Waymon

    I am in the process of building an entry door from quarter sawn African Mahogany. The door is a frame door with a large insulated glass to be installed. What is the best sealant or weather stripping to be used to seal the glass on the exterior side of the door. I have used mortise and tenon joints and want to assure the door lasts for years. Thanks for your help. I enjoy the website and my platinum membership. Waymon Creamer

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      Hi Waymon. We primarily focus on in-shop woodworking, so I don’t have much experience with exterior sealants. That said, this is the stuff that I use for exterior projects and it works extremely well: https://amzn.to/2ZeUEn6
      If you require something that is clear, I suggest a 100% pure silicone product such as this: https://amzn.to/2ZaSGZ6
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      Paul-Woodworkers Guild of America

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