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Micro Crossbow - these would be awesome for the kids! And Kyle haha

Micro Crossbow - these would be awesome for the kids! And Kyle haha

Rob Hawkins Hobby: Terrain Tutorial: Flagstone Streets - created via http://pinthemall.net

Rob Hawkins Hobby: Terrain Tutorial: Flagstone Streets - created via http://pinthemall.net

▶ L'Atelier Edisaxe - Créez votre boîte en carton - YouTube

▶ L'Atelier Edisaxe - Créez votre boîte en carton - YouTube

Make a gift box in the shape of a book. A book box! Download plans: http://www.woodworkingformeremortals.com/2013/02/make-wooden-book-keepsake-box.html -----...

Make a gift box in the shape of a book. A book box! Download plans: http://www.woodworkingformeremortals.com/2013/02/make-wooden-book-keepsake-box.html -----...

They made some spellbook-styled gaming boxes!

They made some spellbook-styled gaming boxes!

I love this.  Inlaid Dovetails with "Bow Ties" - 11.5Wx8Dx7.75H, Sycamore and Missouri Walnut, Al Navas, St. Joseph, MO

I love this. Inlaid Dovetails with "Bow Ties" - 11.5Wx8Dx7.75H, Sycamore and Missouri Walnut, Al Navas, St. Joseph, MO

African Mahogany and Walnut Box - Box Swap 2014

African Mahogany and Walnut Box - Box Swap 2014

Figured Walnut and Tiger Maple Jewelry Box with hand cut dovetails - by AdrianM @ LumberJocks.com ~ woodworking community

Figured Walnut and Tiger Maple Jewelry Box with hand cut dovetails - by AdrianM @ LumberJocks.com ~ woodworking community

Exposed joinery for custom coffee table.   Relm.com.au

Exposed joinery for custom coffee table. Relm.com.au

I decided to take out some rough pieces of wood to start practising some basic cuts that I have learnt. I called this project ‘Corners’. It was always my intention to make a frame or a box with various types of joints as a 3D textbook for myself and for future references. Please correct me if my terminologies are wrong, but I believe these are the dovetail joint, lap joint, through-dowel joint, and open through mortise and tenon joint (Bridle joint).

I decided to take out some rough pieces of wood to start practising some basic cuts that I have learnt. I called this project ‘Corners’. It was always my intention to make a frame or a box with various types of joints as a 3D textbook for myself and for future references. Please correct me if my terminologies are wrong, but I believe these are the dovetail joint, lap joint, through-dowel joint, and open through mortise and tenon joint (Bridle joint).