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I’m very much into woodworking as I like to build stuff myself. However, due to work and time constraints, I couldn’t afford to do much of my own research.

That’s the reason I always look for books/guides that are easy to follow and offer the complete plan when I have a project in mind. So when I heard about Ted’s Woodworking with 16,000 plans, I was excited.

I bought the package on the fly without really thinking much. It sounded awesome, and for the price it seemed to be a steal.

After buying the book, I set out to go through the whole thing. Well, it indeed had thousands of plans within the package with detailed videos to boost. But it was nowhere near 16,000 plans as advertised. I watched a couple of videos and they weren’t even produced properly.

There was something amiss here. I remembered seeing some of the plans elsewhere.

I told myself “He couldn’t sell other people’s work, could he?”

That was when I decided to dig deeper to find out exactly what was going on.

Ted’s Woodworking Review – Find out The Real Truth
The truth was shocking.

I came across this review where the blog’s owner (a woodworker himself) revealed that all the plans put together in Ted’s package were all already publicly available. All the videos were also taken from public sources like Youtube.com or Vimeo.com.

Further research revealed that most of his so-called “original plans” were stolen from: http://www.furnitureplans.com & http://www.beesource.com

Stealing other people’s work is indeed terrible. The worse thing is that it seems his product was still incredibly popular and so many people promote his site. How did he manage to slip through all cracks and fool so many people?

Even the address, contact number, email address were all bogus.
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Small Woodworking Projects–Simple Woodworking Projects for beginners [3 of 3]

Small Woodworking Projects--Simple Woodworking Projects for beginners [3 of 3]

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Have you ever wondered how you can get instant access to HUNDREDS of PLANS for EASY to MAKE woodworking projects (including jewellery boxes) as well as plans for thousands of other woodworking projects?
If so, you are about to find out! An experienced woodworker named Ted McGrath has put together a set of woodworking project plans that I think you should take a look at. If you want to make woodworking projects quickly and easily then listen carefully. Just click on this link ► http://ryan1985x.tedsplans.hop.clickbank.net/?tid=easy3 and you will be brought straight to Ted’s website where he explains what you will be able to download straight to your computer. The package contains 16,000 woodworking plans, which includes hundreds of plans for easy to make wood projects (including jewellery box) and also exclusive bonuses.
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Easy Woodworking projects — Some small woodworking projects for home [Part 3 of 3] (How to make a jewelry box
Below is a timeline of the video which is interactive. Just click the time on the left to be brought to that section of the video.

00:00 The chopping board from part is finished.
How to make a jewelry box
01:20 Les begins to make a jewellery box from scrap pieces of timber. He glues several pieces of timber together, glues them and then squares them up using a bandsaw
03:25 The parts that were cut out on the bandsaw are now glued together and clamped while the glue sets
04:10 The jewellery box is sanded and waxed
How to make a wooden bowl
05:23 Turning a bowl
06:18 Les begins to turn bowl on the lathe and create a rough round shape from the block of timber
06:31 Les carves out the inside of the wooden bowl on the wood lathe
07:21 Les sands the inside and the outside of the bowl and then applies an oil finish
08:20 Conclusions
I hope you have enjoyed this video series and I also hope that you have gained enough confidence to start your own woodworking projects.

If you want to go back over any parts then do so.
Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9JkqZMAPKK4
Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rELvedvQVQo

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How to get access to over 9000 furniture and woodworking plans From Large Dressers To Small Crafts

How to get access to over 9000 furniture and woodworking plans From Large Dressers To Small Crafts

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Have You Wasted Countless Hours And Dollars And Been Incredibly Frustrated By Your Poor Results Because You Chose To Wing It Or Followed Poor Woodworking Plans?

You know, it’s funny really. Most of us try to take shortcuts to save time and/or money with just about anything in life, including hobbies like woodworking. And we never seem to learn our lesson.

In the end these types of shortcuts only lead to frustration and a waste of time and money!

But it wasn’t always that way. I used to take shortcuts to save time and money – only it never worked out that way. At one point I came to the realization that I needed to take my professionalism up a notch and begin using woodworking plans to help me out with my project.

Here’s what I found…
The Majority Of Woodworking Plans On The Market Are Vague, Hard To Read And Will Only Leave You More Frustrated Than You Were Before!

What stared out as a good intention (to buy woodworking plans to help me out) only lead to more frustration. I was no further ahead, even after spending my hard earned money on some plans to help me out.
Truth is, I wanted to get my hands on high quality furniture and craft plans. But, the problem is, all of the plans that I could find were hard to read, incomplete, and did very little, if anything, to help the situation.

Having said that, there were definitely some diamonds amongst all of the crap out there. It took me years to compile my collection of woodworking plans. I am still collecting (I don’t think I’ll ever be finished) but currently, at the time of writing this letter to you, I have over 9,000 plans!

Good news is, I have packaged all of my plans together and put them into an easy to use format to make your life so much easier….
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The FurnitureCraftPlans® package is unlike anything that has ever been created. Inside this life-changing collection, you’ll be empowered with more than 9,000 woodworking plans for your home furniture, wood crafts, and just about anything made of wood.

With my plans in your possession, there’s virtually NO LIMIT to what you can create or build.

You see, every single plan inside this guide was specifically made with the simple builder in mind.

Just imagine how long it would take you to amass your own package like this…

If you were able to find one suitable project plan everyday it would still take you well over 24 years to put together an amazing collection such as this!

With FurnitureCraftPlans® ….

You get over 9,000 plans to keep for life. Use them for inspiration or easily search through them when you have a new project you want to make.

Covers all types of home furniture, small wood craft plans, and everything in between! If you can dream it, I’ve got the plan for it.

Save thousands of dollars with our plans for high-end designer wooden furniture. Build them by following easy-to-follow directions.

Contains some of the EXACT plans for designer furniture projects! (large or small – it’s all covered here).

Each project comes with detailed blueprints, schematics, step-by-step instructions, full color guides, as well as the complete materials lists!

The plans are kept in an easily searchable database so there’s no need to scroll through all 9,000 plans – simply pull up the plan you are looking for with an easy search function.

Your current skill level doesn’t matter – everything is laid out step-by-step in precise detail (it’s virtually impossible to fail if you take the time to follow the instructions).

Cool woodworking tips and resources for you to produce your projects even faster without any loss of quality on the finished product!

You get a complete tools and materials list so there is no guess work (how much time and money have you wasted by returning to the orange big-box store to grab tools or supplies that you didn’t think of when you weren’t using a great project plan)!

Plus you get FREE LIFE-TIME updates! That means you’ll get access to every new plan I release – so you’ll never run out of ideas.

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Hardware and small parts storage unit

I have used disposable plastic take away containers to store all my hardware and small parts for years and have wanted to build a unit to store them for nearly as long. I started by messuring up and doing my sums as to determin my dimensions then grabbed some scrap ply from some table tops I rebuilt for a wine bar a while back ( this will be up soon stay tuned!) and cleaned them up, sanding and filling the worst of the holes.

Next I scribbed all my lines on what would be the upright pieces and cut them all in on the table saw. It took 3 passes for each but I cut one on each piece filipping sides to and faces. These were cut to an managable size on my (unsecured ) mitersaw then cut to size on the tablesaw. Everything got a couple coats of paint then tops and bottoms had the dados cut with a quick jig which I was very proud of inventing untill I realised people had been copying me for many years before I thought if it. Everything was then glued and brad nailed together checking for square. There was a lot more fetteling to get this done than there was time to show in the video but it all went together well in the end.

I cut stripps of some left over pine I had from making picture frames and glued these to the front. These were held in place with masking tape as I didn’t want nails visable on the front. On the back I cut strips slightly wider with a rebateto allow a hardboard back to be slotted in. This were glued and nailed inplace as its the back. Any little marks left were filled, then sanded and the trip was given a couple of coats of dannish oil and left to dry over night. Then next day I tapped the edges and gave the top and sides one more coat of paint and then they were done!
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03: Five Shop-made Tools You Got To Have In a Small Shop

A quick demonstration of my favorite shop made improvements and innovations for space saving and low cost. A revolving tool station, a mutant shop vac, the cross cut sled, a mechanical workbench and more.

The “lift” mechanism for the workbench and the double drawer slide idea come from American wood worker mag feb 2014. Everything else (as best as I can remember) is original.

Link to Video on The Tool Carousel.

The duct tape part was meant to be a joke. As I was taking the fan out of the box I decided it would be more entertaining to use the cardboard box the fan came in instead of making a wooden box with latches. This is why I painted the box and all that. However, in the context of the video most people think that was the design from the beginning. Taping the box each time would certainly be wasteful, and there are many options that are better such as latches or Velcro.

5 Tips For A Small Wood Workshop – making the most of your space

Five tips for making the most of the space in your small workshop.

Here are links to the other workshop project videos I mentioned:
Making a stand/mobile base for the electric planer http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VP0X7FWCZu0
Making a workbench http://goo.gl/Z521Dk
Making a mitre saw station part 1 http://goo.gl/s4vtvC
Making a mitre saw station part 2 http://goo.gl/4N4iX5

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Wood Turning a Small Christmas Tree Art Deco Style

This video shows the process I used to make a wooden art deco style small Christmas tree. Wood turning small trees is an excellent way to practice spindle work on a wood lathe. I hope you enjoy this video and Happy Holidays.

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Small Woodworking Projects–Simple Woodworking Projects for beginners [1 of 3]

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Easy Woodworking projects — Some small woodworking projects for home [Part 1 of 3]

Have you ever wondered how you can get instant access to HUNDREDS of PLANS for EASY to MAKE woodworking projects as well as plans for thousands of other woodworking projects? If so, you are about to find out! An experienced woodworker named Mark Stuart has put together a set of woodworking project plans that I think you should take a look at. If you want to make woodworking projects quickly and easily then listen carefully. Just click on this link ►►► http://ryan1985x.fcraftplan.hop.clickbank.net and you will be brought straight to Ted’s website where he explains what you will be able to download straight to your computer.

The package contains 9,000 woodworking plans, which includes hundreds of plans for easy to make wood projects and also exclusive bonuses.
Click this link to be brought straight there ►►► http://ryan1985x.fcraftplan.hop.clickbank.net

Be sure to read the review of Mark’s woodworking http://WoodworkingPlansReviewed.blogspot.com

Easy Woodworking projects — Some Small Woodworking Projects [Part 1 of 3]

00:33 Building a cassette and towel rack
01:21 Les stresses the importance of having a good set of plans. The plans for these projects can be downloaded here ►►► http://ryan1985x.fcraftplan.hop.clickbank.net
01:28 Les goes through the plans for the bathroom towel rack and then how to build a towel rack
02:50 Avian cuts the pieces to length on the table saw
04:33 Avian cuts the pieces to width
05:37 Cutting dadoes for the sides
END

That was the first video in our series please watch the second part http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rELvedvQVQo and the third http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5iwta11J5o

Woodworking Workbench for a Small Workshop

http://HomegrownFurniture.com – This mini workbench is a handy woodworking project that can help keep you organized while you’re working in the shop. The design includes a pegboard skirt that lets you hang your most-used tools right on the bench. So, no more hunting around the shop for gear in the middle of a build. Today I’ll cover the design and construction of the bench.
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Make Small Japanese Sawhorses – Handtools Only

Build these really handy small Japanese sawhorses. They are built using some common 2×8 lumber, and can be built fairly quickly. I’m using this project to practice using all hand tools and woodworking in a traditional Japanese woodworking space.

This is part of #TOOLMake16 – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL86lqISCtD7qoSotUQA3LmPWxe_P_n22R

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