|Everyone marking out and sawing the shoulder of their rabbet|
Also thanks to everyone for making it through making the grooves when some of the plow planes were being a little finicky. At least we had a couple that were working well and everyone made it through.
|Beveling the edges of the bottom to fit the plowed grooves|
Hopefully everyone learned something and had as much fun as I did. Our last class of 2015 will feature mortice and tenon joints in the making of a frame. I'm figuring out what to do for the programs in 2016 so I'd love if you would leave your feedback or suggestions for next year's workshops in the comments section of this post.
If you've enjoyed a workshop or just think getting people exposed to hand powered woodwork is a good idea leave a couple of dollars in our tool fund at www.gofundme.com/tnywtoolkits. Thanks!