Make Things Woodworking in 6 Easy Steps

Make Things is an easy way to learn the fundamentals of woodworking and make your own projects.

Here’s how you can do it. 1.

Choose Your Tools 1.

Select Your Tools When you start making stuff, it’s a good idea to pick the right tools.

If you don’t, you’ll have to buy them from a shop and then make them yourself.

But that’s not really a bad thing, as long as you’re careful about what you pick.

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Build Your Project First, start with a template.

This will make it easier to create the parts.

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Build the Project Part 1: The Template A template is a way to draw the shapes on paper or wood.

You can get a template from a hardware store, but they tend to be pricey.

Instead, you can start with an idea of what you want your project to look like.

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Build The Project Part 2: The Project You can start by building your template, but you can also build the actual project later.

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Save and Compare the Project Now that you’ve started to build the project, you have to save and compare it to the template.

If there are any differences, you should see the difference and mark them up.

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Start a New Project Now you’ve got a template and the parts you want to build.

The next step is to choose the parts and add them to the project.

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Add Parts to Your Project Once you’ve added the parts, you need to add them together.

You’ll need a template to make sure everything is in place, but the template isn’t really needed unless you want a new project to start.

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Add the Parts The next thing you need is to add the parts together.

Start by drawing the sides and edges.

You should also add the pieces that are supposed to be in the bottom.

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Add parts to your project Now that everything is put together, it is time to add some wood.

First, you will want to make some screws, but it’s best to make the screws yourself.

You may need to drill a hole in your template to attach them to your template.

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Make a Screw Hole Drill a hole into the bottom of your template so that you can attach the screws to it.

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Make the Screw Hole Make sure the screws are securely fastened.

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Attach Screws Make sure you attach the screw to the bottom piece of your project, not the top.

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Add Wood The next part is to put wood in your project.

You need to attach the wood to the sides of your projects to give it support.

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Attaching the Wood Start by cutting the corners of the template so they will fit over the edges of your templates.

You will want them to be 1/8-inch wide and 3/4-inch tall.

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Attachment Tool For each of the corners, make a small hole in the template and cut a hole to hold the wood.

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Cut Hole for Wood The bottom of the templates will be used to attach a piece of wood to each corner.

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Attaches Wood to Corner The next piece of the project is the top piece.

The top piece is the glue that holds the pieces together.

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Glue The Top Piece to Top The glue should go on the top and bottom of each corner piece.

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Attached to Corner Next, attach the glue to the corners.

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Attache the Top Piece To Top Use a piece a long piece of plywood to attach each corner to the top of the top, as shown in the photo.

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Attape the Corner Next add the glue, attaching the corners to the glued-together top piece of project.

Make sure to do this on both sides.

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Attak Corner To Top After attaching the glue pieces, it should be fairly easy to add wood to your top piece to add support.

You don’t need to do all of this at once, but this is a good time to do it while you’re still making the parts to be glued.

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Attacked Corner To top Now it’s time to attach this to the glue piece.

Start with the top edge of the glue and cut along the edges.

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Attacking Corner ToTop Attaching glue to top edge is a bit tricky.

You want to glue the top with a thin coat of glue, but don’t worry if you can’t hold it in place.

You just need to apply a thin coating of glue on both ends of the edges so they won’t tear.

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Attacing Top To Top Now it is a matter of attaching the top to the whole top.

You could use glue to hold it down, but that won’t do anything for a piece that is so thin.

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Attaping Top ToTop You may be tempted to add