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Inspiration from Malcolm

May 24, 2010 by  
Filed under Router Tips

Words and Photos of Inspiration:

I have been making baskets and boxes using the heart joints for about 10 years. I even used the jig to make all the drawers for a couple sets of kitchen cabinets. I know the customers were really pleased to see those.  Attached are a few photos of a basket that I recently made. The basket with the silk flowers I made for my wife for her birthday in November 2009.

Malcolm

Nice to hear from you. I belong to KYANA WOODCRAFTERS CLUB in Louisville, KY. We started it in 1984 and have around 150 members. I have purchased all of your video on router projects for the club library, and have watched all of them. How is your dad? You two were heck of a team in those videos especially with your “fine adjustment tool – hammer”.

Thanks for the kind words Malcolm, Bob and Rick

Comments

3 Responses to “Inspiration from Malcolm”

  1. Rick Goff on May 24th, 2010 3:19 pm

    I would like to see you come back to P.B.S. It would be nice too watch someone work with modern tools

  2. Richard Burbick on May 24th, 2010 5:37 pm

    I also would like to see you back in the USA on PBS.
    I am disabled, and cannot afford your series, but I read around the edges.
    I have most all tools needed to do anything I want in woodworking, except finding exotic wood I can afford here in the farm country of Florida.
    Hope all is well with you folks, keep us popsted what you are doing.
    I never see any listings on things like your joint jigs, where do you show those?

    Jigs and fixtures are found at http://www.oak-park.com

  3. bill jones sr. on May 26th, 2010 9:24 am

    i miss watching you on pbs, dont know why they stop running your program ?? it needs too come back.
    thanks for all of the other show you put on . they where very help full

    bill jones sr.