Almost Over

The end of 2017 is closing in fast and I’ve been reflecting on the projects I’ve made this year and thinking of projects to make to kick off 2018.  My wife gave me a few ideas for projects that she’d like for the house.  Aside, from projects, I think that I’m also going to produce a few technique-style videos for early next year as well.

If there are project or technique-style videos that you’d like to see from Garage Woodworks in 2018, let me know in the comments below or send me a note.  Also, please let me know which projects from this year that you really liked or inspired you.

As an aside, If you haven’t seen it, I recently completed a bed video series.  It was a successful project which my son Nathan is getting use out of now.


3 Responses to “Almost Over”

  1. Scott K says:

    Great idea, Brian! I’d like to see your techniques for layout of loose tenon joinery. Not necessarily specific to the mortiser but more of a general approach. I’d also like to see a “how-to and uses of a card scraper.” Sure there are other videos out there but I really value your approach.

  2. Steve Collins says:

    Hi Brian, I agree with Scott about your loose tenon lay out method. Also I’m always curious why someone settled in on the joint they use as opposed to dowels for example.

  3. Adam Comfort says:

    I loved the small parts sled (great tips) and the desk. For 2018, I think a technique serious would be awesome. Joinery choices for certain projects would be good. Something I haven’t seen others discuss yet is discussing how you handle the order of operations of a project. So, like the thought process you go through before you start the project and how you decide what you do and when while building. At least I would find that interesting.

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