Overflow, Part XVI

There are two different aprons I'm giving away this time. Canadian Home Workshop Magazine Apron I won this apron when I got my first piece of writing printed in a magazine.  I used it for about a year and it has glue stains to prove it. There are three big (sawdust-collecting!) pockets at waist-level and … Continue reading Overflow, Part XVI

Construction of “Table with a Twist” – Part 2: Twisted Aprons

This is the second post on the construction of my Table with a Twist.  The first post covered the making of the legs. I had initially thought about making the aprons square like the legs because I knew how to twist a square blank and wasn't sure how a rectangular blank would work.  I experimented … Continue reading Construction of “Table with a Twist” – Part 2: Twisted Aprons