Building A Bachelors Party Whiskey Gift Box – Woodworking

Building A Bachelors Party Whiskey Gift Box - Woodworking

This whiskey box is made from mahogany, walnut and green felt.
Custom designed to fit 6 shot glasses.
This is available to order from my furniture website.
http://www.benhamdesignconcepts.com/Boxes/whiskey-gift-box.shtml

DOWNLOAD PLANS FOR THIS PROJECT
If you want to build one your self you can download a set of plans here http://www.briansbenham.com/product-tag/whiskey-box/

Hinge from Brusso https://www.brusso.com/cb-303bs/ (not An affiliate link)
Latch http://bit.ly/2Fg4WPc
Shot Glasses https://amzn.to/2FeBHfI

Patreon supporters can get a copy for FREE
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For a list of some of my favorite tools and typical consumables I use in my shop, please visit my amazon page. (This is an affiliate link and funds raised help this channel grow.) https://www.amazon.com/shop/influencer20170928266

#woodworking #whisky #DIY

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MUSIC
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Building a Folding Adirondack Chair | Complete Project Build

Building a Folding Adirondack Chair | Complete Project Build

Learn how to build this folding adirondack chair project that is featured in the March/April 2019 issue of Woodworker’s Journal magazine. Chris Marshall walks you through every step of the construction process. The plans for this project are available in the printed issue and will be available online for print subscribers. Plans for this project will also be available at Rockler Woodworking and Hardware in April.

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Basics: The standard fine woodworking kit

If you want to get started with fine woodworking, I present a core set of tools and talk about what matters and why. The important thing is that you don’t have to spend a lot of money, and you would be amazed at what you find second-hand. Every video includes references to tools.

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TOOLS IN THIS KIT
Square
Ruler
Winding sticks
Marking gauges
Compass
Plane hammer
Jointing plane
Smoothing plane
Block plane
Apron plane
Japanese dozuki saw
Dovetail saw
Coping saw
Card scraper
Burnisher
Long 1 1/4″ chisel
1″ chisel
1/2″ chisel
1/4″ chisel
Whizcut file
Bevel setter (Veritas)
Bevel gauge
Draw knife
Spokeshave
OLFA knife
Sharpening stones (1000 and 8000 grit)

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The Highland Woodworker, Episode 40

Moment with a Master: Megan Fitzpatrick has been surrounded by woodworking her entire life, but early on she spent most of her time and attention becoming a wordsmith. Learn how her sharp writing and editing skills took her all the way to one of the top jobs in the publishing industry — which also opened up a unique opportunity for her to learn how to build beautiful fine furniture, as well.

We’ll also get a lesson at her workbench that may have you laying out dovetails differently on your next project!

Popular Woodworking Magazine Tips, Tricks and Techniques: Zane Powell (Instructor at Marc Adams School of Woodworking) has a great how-to on making hold downs for easier wood pushing your table saw.

Toolbox: See why the Leigh VRS1200 is a smart solution for support and dust collection for a popular series of Leigh jigs.

Those stories and more — this time on The Highland Woodworker!