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Tapered 6″ Diamond File with James Barry – Part 2

Friday, July 22nd, 2011

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    JET Tools – Lathe Projects – Garden Dibble – Part 2 of 2

    Wednesday, April 20th, 2011

    From the JET Shopclass Series of DVDs – Learn How To turn a garden dibble with your Lathe!

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      JET Tools – Lathe Projects – Garden Dibble – Part 1 of 2

      Sunday, February 20th, 2011

      From the JET Shopclass Series of DVDs – Learn How To turn a garden dibble with your Lathe!

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        Charles Neil on Garden Tools Presented by Woodcraft

        Saturday, February 19th, 2011

        Be the envy of your garden party with your new custom crafted, stainless steel garden shovel and fork. The only limitations to these kits are your imagination. Kits contain (1) garden fork or shovel and (1) brass ferrule, along with complete instructions for turning and attaching the handle. Items Needed: Hardwood Blank Approximately 1 3/4″ x 1 3/4″ x 7? Turning Tools Brad Point Drill Bit 23/64″ or a 9mm bit Five Minute Epoxy Tung oil or Linseed oil # 844332 and 844333 at woodcraft.com or at Woodcraft stores.

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          I am completely at a loss on Christmas ideas…help!?

          Monday, November 22nd, 2010

          I have quite a few people I need to buy for this year, but don’t really have an idea of what or where to start. If I tell you a little bit about the people, could you help me think of presents that might work? My budget is pretty open.

          Fiance: Already ordered him a Roku netflix player – need another idea, too. He’s a complete and total movie freak. He’s also really into martial arts, running, cooking, travel, and music. He already has all the clothes/shoes/accessories that he wants. He also really enjoys camping and the outdoors. He wanted a kayak, but we have no place to store that in our condo. He’s a videographer by profession, so anything related to that would be good, but would also probably be more than I can afford. Any ideas?

          Father: No idea. Help! He’s very much a guy’s guy, and loves woodworking and lathe work, and motorcycles (BMW – he’s not a Harley guy or a biker type – just likes to ride.) He also likes music to some degree.

          Fiance’s mother: Again, help me. She already HAS everything she could possibly want, and has everything she could want/need to decorate her home. She runs a franchise jewelry business, and travels a LOT. She’s really kind of a fun-spirited hippy chick. I like her. 🙂

          Fiance’s Father/Stepmom: This is what’s particularly stumping me. They are very well traveled and affluent – it’s truly a ‘what to get the couple who has everything’ question. They work together as a team in higher education, travel all over the world constantly, and are highly interested in diplomacy, peace in the Middle East, and humanitarianism.

          My sister: She is married and has 6 children. She is a nurse, and so is her husband. I’d like to get a ‘family present’, so I don’t have to buy 8. She’s into Yoga a lot lately, and loves to read.

          My brother: Lives in Alaska with his wife and 16 year old daughter. He’s a machinist, gun enthusiast, and hunter. He also loves motorcycles, snomobiling, and paintball. Read: Redneck. I would also like to get a ‘family gift’ for them as well.

          My aunt: We are visiting her over the holidays, and I’d like to give her a ‘thank you’ gift for having us. She is in her late 60’s, and enjoys dogs, gardening, cooking, wine, and travel.

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