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The spouse bugged me to make something with all those tools in the shop so I made this hanger for the front foyer. I call it a peace offering..lol.
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Very Nice!

I like your choice of wood and style of coat hooks.
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Very nice Deb, the hooks really set it off.

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Nice looking saw!
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That's one very nice project Deb., what joints were used?

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Harry this was my "beginning" in woodworking. They are all screwed and glued butt joints. I sunk the screws and plugged the holes on the outside sides.

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I measured, I marked, I cut.
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Harry beat me to that question - its hard to see the screw plugs... I like it!
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its hard to see the screw plugs
Not when you look closely at it in person. Some camera angles make us better wood workers then we are .

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Good one Deb.............AL
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Another in the woodworking to make life better series. Nice job Deb.
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