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Norm visits the Old Schwamb Mill in Arlington, Massachusetts. Built in 1860, the mill was purchased in 1864 by German immigrant woodworkers, Charles and Frederick Schwamb. The brothers did a brisk business crafting the oval picture frames which, at the time, were in demand to display photographs of
Here are a couple of bread boxes. They are both the same design but constructed differently. One with pocket hole screws and the other with rabbets and glue. My cost was around $10 for each bread box. I hope you can build one yourself!-Check out my website!-Like and Subscribe if you like what you se
The wood i used is swiss pine, in german "Zirbe". i did not use any wood music is from the YouTube Audio LibraryArtist: Huma-HumaSongtitle: Grange Party
My wife wanted me to make her a bread box so I obliged. I had several requests for a template for this build. I have created a link to the plans on our website. The file is free, however donations are always welcome.Website Visit us on Facebook at Visit our Etsy store at Follow us on Twitter @DFCraf
This week's project is going to be a bread box. I will show you how to design it in SketchUp. I will also show you one of the many ways to make a printable plan in the SketchUp file.-Check out my website!-Like and Subscribe if you like what you see!-Social links:Twitter = Facebook = SUBSCRIBE = Keek
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Mother's Day Bread Box for Mother Daughter Banquet
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