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Woodworking Techniques for Beginners Part B: Making a Spice Rack

Dr Ian Broinowski

Woodworking Techniques for Beginners Part B: Making a Spice Rack

Dr Ian Broinowski

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12 Lessons (1h)
    • 1. Session One Introduction to Woodworking for Beginners Part B

      2:16
    • 2. Session Two Let the Project Begin

      3:28
    • 3. Session Three Mortice and Tenon

      7:28
    • 4. Session Four Stopped Housing Joint

      6:01
    • 5. Session Five A few Extra Touches

      6:58
    • 6. Session Six Putting it all Together

      5:45
    • 7. Session Seven Cliches and Finale

      2:09
    • 8. Tutorial One Two How to use a hammer without hitting your thumb

      5:15
    • 9. Tutorial Two How to use a chisel without loosing too much blood

      4:58
    • 10. Tutorial Three How to use a chisel without loosing too much blood

      5:49
    • 11. Tutorial Four Introducing you to the delights of hand saws

      5:49
    • 12. Tutorial Five Using a hand saw and keeping all your fingers

      4:09
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The Simple Pleasure of Working with Wood Is part of the Wood Working Techniques for Beginners and gently takes you through the stages involved with making a spice rack.  It also looks at three more hand tools: hammer, chisels and saws. The project is a spice rack which is always a useful thing to have or give away as a present. Importantly though it also shows you how to make Mortice and Tenon and Stopped Housing joints which are really delightful and very useful. I look forward to seeing you.

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1. Session One Introduction to Woodworking for Beginners Part B: My name is Ian Broschi, and I'd like to introduce you to my co producer. Gemma was great. Help you could imagine. I'd like to welcome you'll, of course, to part two off would wouldn't techniques, you know, just a hint. If if you are looking at this for the first time, might be best for you through that beginners part. I first because I I'm assuming that you could do things coming in that area. In this programme, we gotta look at three really useful basic tools. That is the hammer I know no over exciting that it's important how to use diesel. Sharp good chisels, reducing choice end here and the delights off sores, hand sores. Remember, this program is all about hand tolls on along. These electric does not project. He's a spice rack, which is which, which is nice serving tonight, But more importantly, I'll help you work through a chamber. I will show you how to do to really important joints, miners and mortise and tenon gradually, and the other one is a stop housing joint, and that will provide you with a lot of skills in a and then woodwork snarling fund for doing a crap, creativity and time yourself. It's actually very useful because you fix those things around the house, which cost a lot of money to get some of your seen putting up shelves, fixing doors and those sort of things. And, of course, you might get a few brownie points from your partners. Let's hope so. I hope you enjoy this and let's get started. 2. Session Two Let the Project Begin: Welcome back everybody. Stars that are much slot on the project and you're welcome to join me. I should add, this is not a prescriptive exercise. I'm not going to tell you what to do, rather than give you some ideas and allow you to explore your own creativity. Remember, woodworking is about you and about your individuality. It's about problem-solving and about making mistakes because that's what you're doing. And as we go through, you will say that I make mistakes, but then the problem is how to fix them. So let's see how we got. Now, I generally like to start with a plant. So either I have in my head, all right, I buy, I sketch it out. And as you can see here, I've got a sketch of a of i started with with my jars of sparsest ticket, the distance of the shelves. So with that in mind, I've now got the two sides. And the base here. What I've plotted on this side, I thought I'd show you how to do a more syntenic. And as you can see, that sludge in very nicely like that into the wood. The other side is a stop housing joint, which is also very useful. Remember you didn't housing joints in the first episode. Well, this is a sculpt one, so it looks nice and the front, and the back is like a standard Hausman. And that then can go with this and that. Now, the important thing is of course, when you're measuring the next pace, it, it has to take into account that this inserts on by size. So when I put that or I made a bit longer than the, than the than the pace itself. So that drops in half a centimeter and that drops in half centimeter. So if I put it there and market, you can see that's where I need to cut. At the, at the top. It might be nice to round off the tops here just to make it a bit more attractive. And at the top, you could either put a strike price of wood or one with a bit of a shape and a whole. And if you want to hang it up, that's, that's really your choice. You can design this anyway. You like, you can have several shelves at failure would narrower because in this case it's 40 pre-taped thoughts that says H and N. You can be as creative as you like. What I want to do is show you attitude that my joints and then leave it up to you. 3. Session Three Mortice and Tenon: You can say here, I've, I've measured mark the sections. I don't want to take out the depth down here is half of this because it's kind of got into the wood. So to me. So now I need to cut out into cloud out that section and that section. And a little bit along the top. My choices, I could cut down here. I could cut here and take that out. And then good. But I think probably it might be better if I cut across here first. So I get my straight line just down about 33 or four millimeters, three millimeters maximum, and then cut it off. So I'll show you what I mean. Now. I catch just a little way in and now do the same amino acid. Next step is to cut these sections out. Again, the choices go down and then in or in a down. I think probably water does cut down. Say what? I see how that works. So I'll go down here, down to the line. Same here. And turn the eyes are the last little bit which is cutting down here. As you can say, it's come off right. Now. The only other bits do now is to slice off the top of that harsh show you in a minute. So there's a couple of ways of doing this. The first one is to cut downwards and the other one is to psi star. So first of all, I can do it this way with a chisel, with a flat side close to the work. And because it's straight grain, I can just go like that. And it comes out beautifully. You can say that it stopped there. However, if the grain wasn't strike, there is another way to do it, which I'll show you. Another way, is to slice across the top with the chisel, can flat sign down and just push it in. And it comes off. And there you have your mod mortars. I think because of the tenants for tenant which will slip into this piece of wood. So let's do the next section. So the next thing I need to do is to work out the little section that I need to take out So that can sought him to it. Fun way to do that of course, is to get the depth correct with the square. Put that, take you away and draw a crossmatch there, alright, and text. And so you can see a bit better if I go like that using say, the air there. But of course it needs to go in a bit as well. So if I put that up like that, I can just put it into place and draw the line. And they cannot do it in texture size that you can see it a bit better. Takes it into the right and the same on the other side. So it needs to be just in a little bit, probably make a judgment on that voice making clear, of course, section I need to take out this, then that will fit into it. And so with a y, I can mark along here. And on the other side, let's say. Once that's done, then you get a narrower chisel, again flat side on the outside and just tap it. And the same. Now it's a matter of a matter of taking out a bit in the middle, the waste melt. Once the first bit is taking us back to this chisel and continuing working your way down. Well, you can say that's a really nice joint and it slips nicely into, into the side line fat. You can also see that it's actually slightly loose. But that doesn't matter because when you're gluing all you need to slip. So very thin bits of wood in here and push it in together and it will hold quite nicely. That give, now I should add modest ten joints are really, really useful. My house, it's either a $0.90 full of most beautiful, modest antenna. So use them pushover structure. 4. Session Four Stopped Housing Joint: So the next joint I might share with you is called a stop housing. And that's going to go into here. Alright, so let's make a start. Now, in order to find WEB neck show, of course, you can measure from the bottom. But probably the most sensible way is to put the two sides together, put the square across where you want it, and draw the line. And for this part of the housing, need to take this section out to the depth that I require and leave that section that I have a small small tenants or just gone inside and critical thing saw down to the line that you want. And then same with the other one. And then Kp soaring bag until you get to this line. That no further. I need to chisel it out, but I need to stop at this joint at this point. So I'll just put the chisel here and this guy down a little bit so I don't take things out. And I can just choose will back. And we'll just take that point down so you can see it because it's ripping up the pin. I don't want to keep this work here. So I put that she's over there. And then Kate working my way back, can turn the chisel over Bible into it flash if you want. If it's nice and sharp, which is why these are all continue to work down like you do with them with the mortis. And so once you've gone down a bit, you can use the sore because it won't go any further. Just to get that last little bit. This is a beautiful little tenants, so part of the way, and probably a 150 years old still works. And if you find one and you get sorry to shop for you. Now you might have noticed just there that one of the chip has come out, which is a shame because that's that's part of the fine work. What I would do is take that out now for our loose edge. And then delighted time for a bit of colonial Peter masking type and capable problem is, you remember where you put the chip, which I'll put it somewhere inside now. Now what's happened there is that it fits quite nicely. Now I have to cut that little bit out. And there you have what's called a stop housing joint. And it fits nicely in the front of it. You can say is level. And on the back of it makes a very, very strong joint and a very attractive line. Az job. Can we now have that in place? And we have three joints. Radiated guy. Yeah, I think it's time for morning tea. Ok. 5. Session Five A few Extra Touches: Look another little suggests needs in order to make sure that it's the same width is that's the one that's already completed. And if I put the new one that I'm measuring here exactly, I can, I can simply measure rule across and I will get exactly the same as the previous one, like that. And then, and then show will be exactly as you want. So you can see it's starting to take shape. I've got my spice jars in nearby. They will obviously come out. Okay. This is where I call thinking time. Nocturnal musings when you think about what am I going to do next? Now this really down to you for design. You can see I've got a fairly simple design at the top. And I thought if I put a piece of wood in there, I can put a bit of an angle there. Remember also I thought maybe unlike do a bit of a curve here. So I thought we'd deal with that next. Well, a really simple way of drawing an ice curve is to suddenly get a tingle, something circular. Put it where you want it, and then marketed around and you have a nice curve. Now, next question is how to cut it? One way is using an old-fashioned fret sort. Now I'm not gonna do that today because I will be looking at those in another session and teach him how old some tricks on how to use them. They're great fun note, another way is to cut across and take out the peaks with straight saw. And then you can either use a file, get file, it round, or sandpaper, or of course, a plane, which I won't be showing you because I'll do that little-known session as well. So you can see the circle here. And I'm just going to cut off sections of it. So I'll go like this first. And you can see that I've cut a section off and there's a little bit there. Now, I can take that off for the source as well. Just keep going around. As mentioned, one way to do it is to use a file and work your way around like that. And it rounds it off. Or just old-fashioned sandpaper, fairly coarse. How easy is that? And you end up with a nice round shape. Now of course, the second one, if you want to do, is simply a matter of putting that one audit and with your pencil, marking it around. And yet the next cut that you want, and then the identity. So if we're doing the second one, it's not a bad idea to put the two together. And then you've got the mold from the first one and then come out the same. Sand paper there. How good is that? For the top, I just put a pace awarding work at sort of how far I wanted to go down. And then he put a mark on there and then I can draw a line across here. The mark on this side I need to make sure is exactly the same. So I won't market or a straight line between the two, and I'll do that. Now. I have always found it quite hard cutting, soaring across sort of at an angle of wood. My suggestion would be that you start this end and work your way back. If you start this end, it's very difficult to actually get, get the first cart in. So, so what do you think have ago was that if you're doing this or you might like to do a shape or just a straight line. It's really up to you. It's your creativity and it's your project, not mine. So the pieces cut now and yes, you guessed it I did cheat, I did my military bands or bit naughty, but I think you get the point. Now the key thing is to leave the line on because you always go back to the line. You can't put it back on. Now to spur the top. Of course, it can be done with, with sandpaper or, or a plane. Just for those of you are unsure about planes. I will be doing that in another unit to keep your eye out for that. And that makes quite nice finish. As I mentioned, it can also just be done with sandpaper. Now, another thing is if you want to make that a bit rounded, it can be done relatively easily with, with a plane or in intact with even with sandpaper. So if I go back and like that and let's put it in here, you can see what I'm doing. And I just put the plan on EF and move it around so that it gives a really nice little round. At age 26. 6. Session Six Putting it all Together: So now it really is starting to look like a spice wreck with the top. If you wanted to hang it up, you could put a hole here and, ah, and for a nail. Or what if you have in that on the kitchen wall Now my suggesting what I would do at this stage is actually sand. It'll because there's a lot of their sending it when it's in bits and when it's all together. Now, of course, the way to do that use sandpaper and they just a quiet shop off good fans. It just become softer. Send and then get rid or your march with sandpaper. And I would probably this this is great. Um, 80. I would probably go down to upto 1 20 maybe 1 50 to make it nice and smooth. So do what was sounding now and then I'll come back all right till my sanding is done. Now, now it's a matter of construction. What I thought I might do is actually put small nails into the side with glue, which makes strong, and then clamp. It is to work out where you want the night was to God truth. So in this case, I can get the creek tips by doing it with my usual way with a draught there. Don't worry. I'm going to cover keep Sinus. I'm going to cover how to use electric drills in another session. If you have one and you come for with it then and this is what I would go, you drill a hole through and back away. You know where to put the Nile's if you don't have, like, jewelry, not comfortable with that otherwise across there. And that's where the night woken going. So this is where your hammering soon start to come into play. Remember I mentioned that I ve always said the end of the hammer. And when denial, which is not last a serious my baby put the 19 first before you actually put the glory in that way, at least 1/2 plane. Things are comfortable now, next thing and thats done. And this is the top one like that. You should. Then hers have gone to the surface of the wood. So with a nail touch. If I put it over the now Nadine Texas, just below the surface, then got two choices I can use beautiful base likes smells with the chisel. Granted, a recession on this is well so. And with the base wax, push it into the hall like that and with the grain so you don't scratch. It looks nice, a little bit of hand it off, and it's a lovely finish. Or if you don't get face tracks, another attended. He's just put a talk of clues. Mr Drop like that, walking a bit and then wood sandpiper before and you are covered. The whole All right, Well, it's all come together. I've put the top on, as you can say now is inside exactly as I showed you before. Now this were a couple of choices coming for you. If it's going against the wall, it probably doesn't let anything at the back toe hold in the in the spice jars. But it might need something at the front. You could put a couple of pieces across like that. If it's just going up on on a bench, it may not be necessary, so that's really a matter of a design thing for you. I think I might put this on just to stop them falling off, particularly all right, before clamping. Just make sure that it's square. And through that you make it diagonally across from one point. Does. That's 425. And that's pretty good, actually. Now what I'm going to do is put a temporary pace here. Just a couple of texts, just a hold in place, and then turn it over and put the clamps on. So you say now that the clamps are in place and, uh, we're gonna have some lunch and come back tomorrow morning. Head will be set. 7. Session Seven Cliches and Finale: No way you can see the final product off the off the spice rack Looks okay. I haven't finished. It needs either. And you can decide what you want with yours. You paint it. Put flowers on finding shit doing if you want to. Uh, now, Now, this is the final part of the program. And as you can imagine, the usual cliches will come out now like thank you for joining me. Please. Could be feedback. Show your all that sort of stuff which every tree types got. Seriously, feedback is important. I taught for 30 years in at universities on tehf in education, disability, youth working to get those sorts of areas. And I murdered my teaching from the fate that from students and even and and also allow skilled teach skill shit. Teachers put off a lot of effort and time into producing their product. So may include eso. Any figure you give, I would appreciate positive, of course. Or constructive. I mean, I still had to be positive. I do hope you enjoyed it, and I'll start with you and I'll start planning. I would work techniques for beginners, part C. So hopefully I'll see you then Botswana 8. Tutorial One Two How to use a hammer without hitting your thumb: All right, let's let's talk about hammers today. Now, when I mentioned this to my wife that I was going to teach you how to use a hammer, I should tell you before her eyes glazed over, she said. But everybody knows how to use a hammer. Well, that may be the case, but I've just got a few tips which may help. So let's see how we go. All right. What I have right here is a selection of hammers. And as you could imagine, the most important thing is to have a good hammer. Now that may seem strange, but there are hammers and their hammers. The cheap ones should be relegated to our the the rubbish bin or recycling being. It's all a matter of feel how it feels for you, H amorous individual, just like use. This one, for example, is an ugly hammer. It feels bad, it's uncomfortable to use, and it's basically just got rubbished it. This one is a little bit better, but a bit too heavy to use this one. On the other hand, I had to stop then, as you noticed, because my dog Gemma, decided to have a course off box start again. So this hammer, which it's hard to say a light is, is a second antenna that I bought it. It swings beautifully. It's comfortable. My suggestion would pay that you that you buy him Abi feel. How does it feel to you? And and remember, this one's probably 100 years old, works beautifully and comfortable. Yes, you can buy new hammers on if I work in a comfortable do so. If not, have a look around second hand shops and say what you confined. So let's begin with just two by six with with hammering, you don't help like you obviously get a swing so that the hammer is landing flat on the Nile and you hold like that in painting and that that's pretty much it to take the night out. You simply pull it up like that. Now, just what were at it sometimes knows to be to pull out. You put family. You're not getting any way. So the trick is to put a couple of pieces of wood under and pull it up. That's quite a little trick. Now I suppose many off your like may have ended up with sore thumbs because the nails have bent. That's a good trick to solve it and that it's a bit of sandpaper and stand the end of the hammer. It takes away all relax and the slipperiness and hammers will no school tend not to not to bend. I do that regularly with my hands. There are forces, different premises, a tech Hamma. Now, if you if you combine tech Hemet Good one. I suggest you do there really useful first for small nails. Now the problem with small now and I know better sand the end of that Theo problem with little Niles. Of course he's You can't hold them now, tell otherwise. Out of that one, of course, is simply a pair of pliers. Hold it like that, Hard like that and you can see I and put put it in another way. To do it, particularly Children, is to get a bit of Bluetec or party or something, and, uh, and just push it in so that the party is on the Wood Works County is on the wood pushed nail into the party ham again, a little way and likewise a party. If you've got Children in the workshop that's a right wife wasn't to start learning to banging nails. I can take dies out sometimes not always might be already rusting. Way to have come That is to use wax candle wax and just waxed denial of it. If you don't have that, you can you cite or actually Robert in your hair. I can't show. You actually can't see my head Rub it in your hair. You got a bit of wax now. Um, I think that's about all that I can tell you about. Hammer's probably think about things later, but again, if you have ideas, place put on the forum. 9. Tutorial Two How to use a chisel without loosing too much blood: all right. Today I thought we'd talk that chisels. Now chisels are beautiful things to use, but they're also pretty little So be careful. I can tell you I've got skies to prove it. I know I keep going on, but the only toast by a good top quality tools. If you buy cheap chisels, you will live to regret it and tell u s. So make sure you get a good one. And in this session, I'll show you a few tips on how to use thumb. Okay, See you in a minute. So let's begin by looking at chisels and what you may need really to start with, probably for your fortunes are enough. I would certainly have a small one like this. I think it's a court for an inch. Or what if that isn't millimeters for over six on grading up to a bad in each. Now, when you look at a chisel, you can see that it has a bevel and a flat age. That's important because you have to decide which side you're going to work with. The only dangerous chisel is a blunt one, and that means again that you need good quality tall, which is going to keep the shape. This is a good one I've given to by my wife for Christmas, I think the advice of my Children, which is just lovely to use. This is an old one, which again this has same many a working day, and it's a delight to use. So obviously, it's important to keep the chisel sharp, Aziz, much as you can to do that you need sending Stine's. This one is slightly course on. This is fine. Of course, you the great things can go out in a direction. But when you're just starting, probably a course one and find one. This is 1200. I'm not sure this is because they say it's much more course now. There are a lot of guide guided that you can buy, which which help you to do this. But but the real reason. The expensive. So let's just start with. But if you can afford to get one, let's just start with the course. One. To do that, you put a bit of wood on or oil custom really matter unless it's a water stunt. This one is a water stein Chapter names Waters Time now, the way to do it is to get the angle toe, hold your chisel by the handle. Well, the why I do it is to put my fingers on here and then to get the angle right, you're gonna look at the side and said you're getting it right and then move it really, really hard. But try not to dig into the stone off, backwards and forth. Now the important thing is to move across the stone. Otherwise going to end up with a big trench in the middle, which is pretty hoping that can be fixed. Do that today. That means a great more water. My my would what master could could could sharpen charting chisels enough. You could cut here. These are not something I'm actually being able to do very often. And then when you think that that's OK, move on to the finest stone and again move across the stein so that you use it all up and go backwards and forwards as much you can now the final thing to do He's turned out, huh? And go flat down like that, well dug in here, which is not a good idea. And then If you got a cloth, just wipe it. I've got a cloth. So I just took my hands and you can see that That's starting to look sharper. Let's see what what my woodwork master would think. No, it's not cutting any. Here's I'm afraid I'm not quite that good. 10. Tutorial Three How to use a chisel without loosing too much blood: Well, this session looks at a little bit more chisels. I made it into two sections, mainly because it got a bit long summer on heavy. Find this valuable as well. So I thought I actually had to cut out a rectangle at a piece of wood. You can see the lines that that I've drawn and I want to de at this section. The important thing to remember is that t put the jewels. So the flat side is that sex just flat side is on the outside. All right, So you can see here that I've put se bevel on the inside so that it's flat on the outside. If I do it the other way, of course it's going to damage toward on that side. One trick that you can do is to actually get a Stanley knife and for a nice and cutting to the wood to give it, um, to give you a bit of direction that works well, actually, because it be breaks that breaks the grain before you get started. Star do that here as well. Now, if you if you have, if you don't have the proper amount and you want to use a hammer. You do not go like that because you sure that you gotta hit your head good on the side of a hammer. That that works quite well. Um, I'll show you Fargo in here, so I'm just going on the inside of the line and hitting it. If you can get an old melon like this, you see it? It's been a pretty good workhorse all these years, and, uh and I love the old wooden ones. Then that's the best thing to do it. So I put it in a couple of times and to the other end. Then I might use a bigger to go along the h is and because I've put in the, uh, cut it with a Stanley knife, if it's quite nicely into the into the crews that off tonight. Now this sign. I didn't job growth, and it's just gonna submit it's a bit harder, todo So now, of course, I have to go right to the end. Just a little fraction more to do. And then now this is important. If I go with the flat side down, it's got diving like an airplane. Dieting. If I go, this way, I've got much more control. So I start close to the to the end. Just a little bit of angle chip away. You can see it's coming out quite nicely. Oh, now when I get to this report, I have to go back the other way because it's a bit of a bit of a Christie I received. But you said the last pitch coming up. Of course, I can continue down. I didn't know, as far as I wish, wish to guy and do exactly the same thing with the flat side on the outside. Our long choice it it helps if you got nice straight grain. It's not. Not as easy a zit looks when you've got cranky grain. Or so you said that it's coming out. I don't think I made show anymore because you could just you just made to practice this little chisel. It is a delight. Eso If I cheated, I made the right size, but you could see what I mean that having a small church is really important again. It's a matter side pick a small it excites chisel across and cross again and then turned to the right way and add accounts. It's quite fun, really. Uh, I think that's probably why I didn't tell you at the moment about chisels. But of course. You know, again, if you have questions, put it on the forum, let me know it. Thank you for listening. 11. Tutorial Four Introducing you to the delights of hand saws: Well, this session looks at a little bit more chisels. I made it into two sections, mainly because it got a bit long summer on heavy. Find this valuable as well. So I thought I actually had to cut out a rectangle at a piece of wood. You can see the lines that that I've drawn and I want to de at this section. The important thing to remember is that t put the jewels. So the flat side is that sex just flat side is on the outside. All right, So you can see here that I've put se bevel on the inside so that it's flat on the outside. If I do it the other way, of course it's going to damage toward on that side. One trick that you can do is to actually get a Stanley knife and for a nice and cutting to the wood to give it, um, to give you a bit of direction that works well, actually, because it be breaks that breaks the grain before you get started. Star do that here as well. Now, if you if you have, if you don't have the proper amount and you want to use a hammer. You do not go like that because you sure that you gotta hit your head good on the side of a hammer. That that works quite well. Um, I'll show you Fargo in here, so I'm just going on the inside of the line and hitting it. If you can get an old melon like this, you see it? It's been a pretty good workhorse all these years, and, uh and I love the old wooden ones. Then that's the best thing to do it. So I put it in a couple of times and to the other end. Then I might use a bigger to go along the h is and because I've put in the, uh, cut it with a Stanley knife, if it's quite nicely into the into the crews that off tonight. Now this sign. I didn't job growth, and it's just gonna submit it's a bit harder, todo So now, of course, I have to go right to the end. Just a little fraction more to do. And then now this is important. If I go with the flat side down, it's got diving like an airplane. Dieting. If I go, this way, I've got much more control. So I start close to the to the end. Just a little bit of angle chip away. You can see it's coming out quite nicely. Oh, now when I get to this report, I have to go back the other way because it's a bit of a bit of a Christie I received. But you said the last pitch coming up. Of course, I can continue down. I didn't know, as far as I wish, wish to guy and do exactly the same thing with the flat side on the outside. Our long choice it it helps if you got nice straight grain. It's not. Not as easy a zit looks when you've got cranky grain. Or so you said that it's coming out. I don't think I made show anymore because you could just you just made to practice this little chisel. It is a delight. Eso If I cheated, I made the right size, but you could see what I mean that having a small church is really important again. It's a matter side pick a small it excites chisel across and cross again and then turned to the right way and add accounts. It's quite fun, really. Uh, I think that's probably why I didn't tell you at the moment about chisels. But of course. You know, again, if you have questions, put it on the forum, let me know it. Thank you for listening. 12. Tutorial Five Using a hand saw and keeping all your fingers: simple thing is we're gonna face a wooden here. We decided that we want to cut it across. We need a line to do that. They are square. Put the square there and draw a cross. Right now, a couple of things holding a song is it's best to It's best to put your finger along the edge there and get a nice sort of even fly. Explain like just get up and And we'll make a start Someone If you could see it's gonna be a bit difficult that I've got the line that I want to keep Summit. I want to keep this big work right. So I need to lay the line on just so you did to cut it off afterwards than it is to head to it. So that's where Omar stock don't put your thumb. Can you say that? All right, put your thumb against the blight just up of it and do a couple of Pullbacks. You don't have to push very hard counting for you. Sit starts to cut now. Very good idea. Was always to put a bit of tariff in wax here. You can if we got rough. Wooding, stop quality. You can actually just put a bit of oil on it. Mexico data or soap doesn't matter and ST that I've got it at an angle. If I go like that, that's fine. You can do that. That's a little bit better this way. If you're just running across theme, Difficult bit is right at the end. If it breaks off, it will take part of the timber with you. So you need to hold it very carefully and then slow down. Just paste, would to It's frayed. All right, Um, what else can I tell you? So with, uh, so that's that's across council with the removed from my house. Um, attendant soul will actually use that when I show you how to do joints. But just give you an idea is a much finer Sillitoe. Too much finer. So you're cutting across this. You wouldn't use a tense or listener have anything else. So this is where caving feeling flat. You can take a lot longer, but the cuts much finer. All right. I think that's pretty much it on. If you have any questions, please go into the Forum