How I Built a Custom-Sized Red Oak Dining Table for Under 200 Bucks

As some of you might know, we’ve been trying to do as many things on our own these days. Marcia has crafted tons of clothes for our kids by reusing some of my old tattered shirts and sweats and making some pretty awesome sweatshirts and t-shirts. If you ever see m or o sporting an amazon.com . . . → Read More: How I Built a Custom-Sized Red Oak Dining Table for Under 200 Bucks

Next Project: Antique Chair Restoration

Bentwood Chair Restoration. E-P1, 20mm, 1/80s, f/2.8, . . . → Read More: Next Project: Antique Chair Restoration

A New Profound Respect for People that Work With Their Hands

Over the past few years, I’ve picked up a couple new hobbies–farming and furniture building. The learning curve has been pretty steep: we made a lot of mistakes our first time around in gardening, and are just now, three years into it, beginning to grasp some of the most basic concepts. Furniture building has been similar–I’ve . . . → Read More: A New Profound Respect for People that Work With Their Hands