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We are always saying that we are putting this and that on our woodworking "To Do" list when we see someone post a nice project they just completed in the shop. I thought it might be fun to take a poll of ALL forum members to see what top 5 items you have waiting for you on YOUR "To Do" list that you have seen and would like to eventually make.

This can be a really fun thread so let's everyone participate
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Good idea Bob. I'll be one of the first.
1. To finish the cradle I started to make for my newest granddaughter, she'll be a year old Dec. 13th. She'll have to use it for her dolls now and save it for her children when she gets married.

2. To finish making the thickness sander I started to make from Shopnotes magazine.

3 Build an new router table that I need before I start # 4.

4. Start on making the door and drawer fronts for our new kitchen cabinets.

5. to finish up the inside and other room of my workshop.
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1. complete shop remodel...poke DC exhaust through the outside wall.

2. Toys for grandkids

3. Gun presentation boxes

4. Make a router duplicator

5. Head for Galveston Texas for the winter. oops, not WW

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1. Finish the spouse's tool box
2. Build air filter/downdraft sanding table/TS outfeed table combo
3. Build TS storage cabinet
4. Build cross cut sled
5. Finish Clamp Rack

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Build a floor cabinet in the bathroom, finish the flooring for the entranceway for our daughter, weatherstrip our bilco door entrance to basement, continue working on the finish work in the addition, and continue work on the basement shop, so i can find room to work, and find a place for my tools. A few of those are ongoing since i hurt myself about six years ago.

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1 redo outfeed table on ts
2 cedar chest
3 morris chair
4 night stands
5 several clocks
6 the most important is to retire in Jan so I can do all of the above!

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1. Rest
2. Relax
3. Rest
4. Relax
5. Rest up from relaxing.




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Whoa Dave, take it easy there will ya?

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1. Rest
2. Relax
3. Rest
4. Relax
5. Rest up from relaxing.
In case there are members who think you are jesting Dave, let me assure them that you are deadly serious.
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Careful Doc, you'll fall in a rut there! <g>

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