If Only You Could Hammer Out All of Your Problems with a Mallet
by Patrick Harper - Blood, Sweat, and Sawdust
The last few weeks were crazy. The whole family was hit by a stomach bug. The water heater died. I locked my keys in the car. I could add more, but I’ll try not to depress you.
We did make it through, and we’re all a bit stronger for it.
After completing the Roubo, I’ve spent a lot of time cleaning up shop. There was a lot of pine scrap to remove. Additionally, I recently acquired a bunch of very nice beech. Unfortunately, I had to take the good with the bad. As a result, I had a lot of beech scraps and nowhere to store it. The shop is now relatively clean, and I can get back to work.
The first order of business was to make a good joiner’s mallet. Beech is good for mallets. Why not? Why make one mallet when you can make two? I’ll be giving one away in the next week or two. For details, follow me on Instagram. There is a link in the top right-hand corner of the page.
Those are nice looking mallets. Are they from the one Paul Sellers did?
They’re hodge podge mallets. I watched several videos and looked at a lot of pictures.