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  • Luka B
    Luka B 14 hours ago

    This video is anxiety inducing

  • MONTY
    MONTY 4 days ago

    Stanley don't finish the sweethearts to perfection for a reason, Stanley wants you to do that. They want the carpenters to enjoy the fine tuning so that each individual craftsman can admire & respect the quality of the tool and once you've fine tuned your own sweetheart they become your prised possession. You'll never love another once you get to know your own sweetheart 💓 ☺

  • ayie_1901 Ayie
    ayie_1901 Ayie 5 days ago

    Amazing

  • Jannie Koen
    Jannie Koen 6 days ago

    Dude, this is incredible! From rough sawn lumber to a piece that will last more than 100 years. You inspire me to lean more towards hand tools. Thank you

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 6 days ago

      Thank you!! I’m ecstatic about the piece, and I’m glad to know brought some inspiration your way! Take care!

  • Виктор Шутов

    You are man, dude. That's a work! And here to say: ain't you have somewgat dull tools? Watch and keep me needing to sharpen them right now..

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 8 days ago

      Thank you! Got to say that my sharpening really got better during this project. Thanks for the kind words!

  • thebeav79
    thebeav79 10 days ago

    Andrew, thanks for the great video. I think I heard you mention elsewhere that you considered a chain system for keeping your leg vise parallel. Can you say why you didn't end up going that route? Too expensive?

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 9 days ago

      Hey! Yeah I looked at about everything and the simplest solution after the pin/guide at the bottom, for me, is the criss criss. I didn’t want to mess with gears for the chain and the inevitable cleaning it. The other system I would have gone with would be a ratchet arm system, which looked simple enough but still had the guide arm. Hope they make sense.

  • K.B. Woodworker
    K.B. Woodworker 12 days ago

    Really great job! I have hollow core bifold doors, which I've never liked. Your comments about how much more access with french doors. also applies to the bifold door somewhat. They are also much more attractive. I'm looking to replace mine with french doors, perhaps build them or get some used doors, maybe bypass doors from the recycle place.

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 9 days ago

      Thanks! We are looking into bi fold doors for the hall at the beginning of the video. The only issue is the weight of the doors. The French doors are too intrusive in the hall though. Good luck on yours!

  • Jannie Koen
    Jannie Koen 14 days ago

    Great video. I just could not get my head around this. Thank you

  • branden jones
    branden jones 14 days ago

    Awsome !! He is watching the same you thub video i am ......mha

  • VanNelleX
    VanNelleX 15 days ago

    This is what I've been looking for, a detailed construction and explanation about criss cross vise because I want to build one too, thanks mate

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 15 days ago

      Yeah man! Glad to help! Make a model out of wood first, very simple. Then go all in on the real one. You got this!

  • rosylandia Moraes
    rosylandia Moraes 16 days ago

    Olá inscrita vim através da Joyce. Parabéns pelo trabalho lindo. Coloca a tradução em baixo, no vídeo.

  • stringsnare
    stringsnare 17 days ago

    I think i like punishing myself but i learned something new

  • Мурат ММГ
    Мурат ММГ 19 days ago

    👍👍👍👍👍👏

  • Philip Ripper
    Philip Ripper 21 day ago

    A year later, what do you think of these 10 dollar carving chisels, The HandToolery?

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 20 days ago

      @Philip Ripper Ha! Yeah... that V gouge. It's so strange that they go through the trouble of making them and profiling them... entirely wrong. I'm not an expert on carving, but it was clear that something was off. Anyway, I still have them and may use them for other things, but we will see.

    • Philip Ripper
      Philip Ripper 20 days ago

      @The HandToolery I think I might set up the dull as heck gouges and V as the 'teeth' to push wood against, whatever you call those things. Making a little table jig to use them that way will at least amuse me. I can say I used them to carve (since they'll hold my wood in place).

    • Philip Ripper
      Philip Ripper 20 days ago

      @The HandToolery Thanks, I appreciate it. The V is the WORST! Got the set as presents the other day and was deciding what to do with them. Better than nothing, but so much work w/o a grinder to get more than a couple in order.

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 21 day ago

      Very very meh. I want to carve more but absolutely need better ones. I don’t have a grinder and maybe that would help but the gouges are all so poorly shaped. The skew chisels are a dream for inside corners in cutting half blind dovetails though. So that is a big redeeming quality. Probably just worth the money but only just.

  • James K
    James K 26 days ago

    I really don't know anyone who holds a chisel like that @7:48.

    • James K
      James K 26 days ago

      @The HandToolery not really since you didn't hold it that way when you were using it. 😋

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 26 days ago

      Now you do 😂😉

  • car
    car 27 days ago

    You could have mirror flipped the handle diagram and pasted it on the other side so that you could get the bevels and chamfers more easily. (I think).

  • Matthew Hopkins
    Matthew Hopkins Month ago

    Little tip to test the metal is at the right temperature for annealing heat the blade and keep testing it with a magnet until the metal loses it's magnetic attraction once it loses magnetism it's at the right temperature then let it air cool to anneal it now it's soft and easy to grind with the file or sandpaper. Do the same magnet test when quenching for hardening too, if it's no longer magnetic it's ready for quenching. For tempering just stick the blade in an oven at 200C or 400F for 1 hour let it cool to room temperature then repeat once more. You can temper like you did with a torch but using an oven takes any guess work out as to whether you've heated too little or too much. P.S. i would have used the end of the blade with the mounting hole and left that part of the blade proud of the handle now you have a ready made eyelet for hanging on a pin or threading a lanyard through to hang on a larger peg.

  • Daniel Hanszmann
    Daniel Hanszmann Month ago

    Loved it !! This is outstanding! My wife follows Joyce and she recommended your channel..., I'm a fan!

  • Mike Justice
    Mike Justice Month ago

    Deleted in less that 10 seconds

  • Dale Evans
    Dale Evans Month ago

    Really enjoyed the video and lovely guitar and mandolin? Who are the musicians? Cheers

  • Nate wahl
    Nate wahl Month ago

    Uses a hand drill to put the last screw in😝

    • Nate wahl
      Nate wahl Month ago

      Haha...sorry, your craftsmanship was beautiful... The skill and not rushing was something I hope to be able to achieve one day. I am slowly putting aside my power tools and purchasing more and more quality hand tools

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery Month ago

      Dude I went back and checked to see if I had actually used a drill! I was a bit nervous that I did so without thinking. Hahahaha That was the absolute most annoying was screwing in and out all those tiny hinge screws by hand. Seriously though I didn’t even use a battery powered drill at all! You had my heart going.

  • Bob Sullivan
    Bob Sullivan Month ago

    After everything you went through to get that plane blade sharp......you just clunked it into the top of your bench..... It's better to either set your plane down on something to keep the blade away from everything or get in the habit on laying the plane on it's side........ Or, just don't worry about it and wonder where the nicks came from.

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery Month ago

      Never had a nick from doing this. The bench is made of southern yellow pine and is much softer than the plane iron.

  • ledean10
    ledean10 Month ago

    Awesome job man . A lot of skill required to do it all my hand.

  • 1959Berre
    1959Berre Month ago

    Nice walnut, such a majestic wood.

  • mark goode
    mark goode Month ago

    Outstanding workmanship and attention to detail. I am certain your family will enjoy and take great pleasure in this piece for many years to come. Best wishes.

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery Month ago

      Thank you! I do hope it outlasts me by many years!

  • Charlie C
    Charlie C Month ago

    Hi Andrew...great job making your saw and handle...can you tell me where you got the brass bolts to secure the handle to the saw... Thanks! Charlie

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery Month ago

      Hi there! They are just regular screws I had lying around. Sorry-nothing special order here. 🤷‍♂️

  • Curtis Stewart
    Curtis Stewart Month ago

    I bought a second hand eef off ebay. It would leave a odd pattern and a burr on one side but not the other. Chalked it up to something off Ebay. Last week I was flatening and lapping a Spyderco ceramic Duckfoot. I put it on this plate and it started leaving a black almost waxy deposit on my Spyderco. I take the plate and wash it with WD40. Some goo comes off but can tell there is more. Get some Goof Off and it really starts cleaning it up. Finally get some lacquer thinner and wipe it till the rags come clean. I dont know what DMT used on this face, but now you can tell easily which is the diamond side. And it will pull a burr all along the stone. I have 2 other DMT plates and have had no other problem. Still breaking in this eef now it is working. Wish I knew if it was DMT or the previous owner who jacked it up and what they used.

  • OkBoston
    OkBoston Month ago

    Good show, good show

  • Don Cariker
    Don Cariker Month ago

    The knife in the background, a Frontier carbon steel knife from Ireland? Very good carving tool?

  • Robin Lamond
    Robin Lamond 2 months ago

    Man, I'm in exactly the same place with a similar Crown dovetail saw. Great inspiration from this video. Thanks.

  • Homemade Medieval
    Homemade Medieval 2 months ago

    I'm blown away by your craftsmanship. You truly inspired me today on a deep level.

  • ludvig tande
    ludvig tande 2 months ago

    Very nice!👍

  • ynotjf
    ynotjf 2 months ago

    Very nice work! I was impressed the most with your freehand chisel work..

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery Month ago

      Thanks! Was a bit nerve wracking but love the resultS

  • Ben Tyreman
    Ben Tyreman 2 months ago

    very nice piece, it was worth all the effort you put into it, nice job!

  • Louie Gray
    Louie Gray 2 months ago

    Well done man.

  • Badass Uchiha
    Badass Uchiha 2 months ago

    Accordian Doors are always to the best to

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 2 months ago

      @Badass Uchiha Hey! I measured the opening once I had filled in the spaces. Then, I simply divided it in half to know the width of the doors. Since the doors overlapped, together, they were wider than the opening, which means I cut about 1.5 inches off each door, or 3/4" per side on each door. Not a huge, noticeable difference. For a 30" opening, you are definitely right that the accordion doors are more suited. I think Lowes and Home Depot have kits that should fit right in there.

    • Badass Uchiha
      Badass Uchiha 2 months ago

      @The HandToolery Yes so how do you Measure up those French Doors like my Closet is 30 Across I think so how much I'll have to Cut off & I don't have much Clothes so do you know how to put in a Rod & Shelving Unit to Accommodate me in my troubles since I have allot of Hats, Ties etc.

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 2 months ago

      We are gonna go that way in our hall. Since we had the space in the bedroom, we like the full doors there.

  • Badass Uchiha
    Badass Uchiha 2 months ago

    I must say the easiest part is putting up the French Doors

  • Money Mills
    Money Mills 2 months ago

    Happy I found the channel today. Watched a few videos and you do great work. Congrats on the 10k. Plane looks great. Is that a Type 15 or maybe 18 ? Couldn’t really tell for sure.

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 2 months ago

      Thank you, and I'm glad you found it, too :) Not sure the type. I wish I had looked it up before I gave it away... whoops!

  • Nivea Helena Cabral
    Nivea Helena Cabral 2 months ago

    Oi..top deu canal. Por onde anda vcs?? Tá tudo bem??? Sumiram!!

  • Nivea Helena Cabral
    Nivea Helena Cabral 2 months ago

    Fala português tbm, as vezes.

  • Anthony Miller
    Anthony Miller 2 months ago

    I like your design ideas with the recessed front to match the sides. Well thought out. I am fine with the "plane tracks" in hidden or not as visible areas. Some where, generations from now someone will marvel at this being completely hand made when they see the tracks. I have a chest of drawers, 1820s vintage from Somerset Pa. The inside of every panel and the bottom of every drawer shows scrub plane tracks and I love it. I often wonder about how this piece came to be, who commissioned it and the craftsman that made it all from local woods, tiger maple, cherry and poplar. Someone may well do the same with your piece many years from now. I have really been enjoying your channel. Well done !

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 2 months ago

      Thanks for the encouraging words. I hope so, too! I think the same way about old pieces, for sure. It's really something when we think about our tiny place and time in the whole scope of things. Thanks again!!

  • Noreen Gul
    Noreen Gul 2 months ago

    i want to learn from you. your logics are superb. tell how can i join your institute for wood work

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 2 months ago

      @Noreen Gul Sorry! :)

    • Noreen Gul
      Noreen Gul 2 months ago

      @The HandToolery that's not fair. ☺

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 2 months ago

      Thanks for the immense compliment Noreen! Just enjoy the free RU-clip content :)

  • Jimmy Green
    Jimmy Green 3 months ago

    I think, when you begin to do finer work, you will want to achieve a more polished edge. I bought the same set, steel is fair, edge holding is mediocre. Like you said, for $10... still you get what you pay for. But, a little work will improve them some.

  • Rick Hickman
    Rick Hickman 3 months ago

    Killed it as usual man, nicely done! Can't wait to win this thing (I hope)

  • Matthew Ritter
    Matthew Ritter 3 months ago

    It was more around the area of the hinge placement. I saw his planer this was a small brown block he used it at 7:47 when he was working the hinges.

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 3 months ago

      It’s a router plane. It’s shop made but they are rather common. It has a blade that protrudes below the bottom to remove a small amount of material at a time.

  • Jason Socquet
    Jason Socquet 3 months ago

    Just discovered your channel, looking for shop tours and handplane till ideas. Glad to have found you. Just subscribed :)

  • Stewart McManus
    Stewart McManus 3 months ago

    Beautiful, I'll make one tomorrow. Stewart, South West Australia.

  • Michael Bunn
    Michael Bunn 3 months ago

    Congratulations on 10k subscribers! I have 3 bailey no.4s,2 no.5s, a no.6,no.7 and a low angle jack plane...I just lack the 3 and 8...hopefully I can snag that one...she's a beaut'.

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 3 months ago

      I really liked this more than I thought I would. I have 3c-8c (but I'm going to switch out my current #3 because it isn't actually a Stanley Bailey), and you will love the 8. I prefer it over the 7. It just does absolute work! Hope you find what you need (or win!) to round out the collection.

  • mndbrar
    mndbrar 3 months ago

    Congratulations To 10k subcribe. Nice job :)

  • neonjoe529
    neonjoe529 3 months ago

    Congrats on the milestone- well deserved.

  • Rich Goccia
    Rich Goccia 3 months ago

    Congratulations......your subs should be much higher!

  • Hal Songer
    Hal Songer 3 months ago

    Congratulations on hitting the 10K number! I always enjoy your videos. I recently did a cleanup/restore job on a Wood River No. 3 that had rust and a chewed up blade. It has the same kind of leopard spots on the sole as yours but cuts like a dream now. I really like the idea of polishing the brass with the fine sand paper and then buffing with leather. I'll definitely do that the next time I restore one, and maybe go back and redo the brass on the ones I already have!

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 3 months ago

      Thanks so much, Hal! I love my WoodRiver, so I'm not surprised you got such good results with yours. I love how watching videos gives me ideas for my own woodworking, so I'm glad that my own video(s) could do the same for you! I'm sure those knobs are gonna turn out great!!

  • TAC Turedo Art Custom
    TAC Turedo Art Custom 3 months ago

    Nice.. Oh My Dream plane

  • Twisted Woodshop
    Twisted Woodshop 3 months ago

    Nice! Just the right amount of clean up to keep its character and be a good user! Congrats on 10k!

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 3 months ago

      Dude and hats off to you! Your channel is doing great man!

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 3 months ago

      Definitely! And thanks so much man!

  • mgreene939
    mgreene939 3 months ago

    Great job! It doesn’t have to be flawless to do a good job.

  • TheRaven0811
    TheRaven0811 3 months ago

    I remember the RU-clipr you referred to. That man had an excellent channel for plane restoration. I hope you keep your channel, it's great as well.

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 3 months ago

      He lists items on eBay occasionally now, but his channel was really good and growing. Too bad he wasn’t able to keep posting.

  • kurt kurt
    kurt kurt 3 months ago

    🎉🎉🎉Congratulations to10k subscribers!🎉🎉🎉 You were the motivation that drove me handtool only woodworking. Thanks for that and for all the advise you share in your videos. Keep it up! And by the way: that plane looks fantastic. I think its ok if an old tool can show its age, with all its minor blemeshes.

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 3 months ago

      Thanks so much, and what an encouragement! I find it truly remarkable how relevant hand tools have become! And I completely agree that sometime you just let the tool and its history speak for themselves.

  • Tom Baker
    Tom Baker 3 months ago

    Nice work. Nothing more gratifying than making a beautiful and functional tool.

  • Golden Dog Woodworks
    Golden Dog Woodworks 3 months ago

    i just purchased one of these on ebay this week

  • 3dalex13 L
    3dalex13 L 3 months ago

    Congrats and nice job

  • op25ttfd
    op25ttfd 3 months ago

    I wish the 3 planes I restored had blades in that condition. I ordered a Hock blade so I can at least get started. I bought 2 number 5's and a number 4. Hopefully I can add a jointer and a 3 at some time

    • op25ttfd
      op25ttfd 3 months ago

      @The HandToolery I will be sure to let you know.

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 3 months ago

      The blades so often have terrible pitting on the back because they stay “closed” with the cap iron trapping any dust and moisture. My restored #5 was barely salvageable. However... I bet those Hock blades are a joy!!

  • Mark Harris
    Mark Harris 3 months ago

    Congratulations Andrew, you really do deserve the 10k and many more. As I’ve said before you are a phenomenal inspiration to the newbie with your journey thus far. You are honest, have great integrity and have put a lot of work into your craft to learn hell of a lot more than I do. A very nice clean up, though I use my drill press for the polish but because of my disabilities I’m very much a much hand tool/power tool shop. You’re right, I thought the shaving from the original milling is pretty cool too. The only thing is Paul Sellars and a few others say you should only flatten the sole with the frog and iron in pulled back. A great video, thank you for this one and all the previous ones.

    • Mark Harris
      Mark Harris 3 months ago

      The HandToolery I think I remember you saying that at the time, you take care too.

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 3 months ago

      Thanks, Mark! I would definitely use a drill press if I had one. They are so versatile. Thanks so much for always being a positive presence on my channel, man! I remember your first comment, I thought you might be someone else I know with the same name, and so I stalked you a bit to be sure-ha! Take care, my friend!

  • Tyler Jenkins
    Tyler Jenkins 3 months ago

    Good looking resto. If you run the drill in reverse while doing the adjuster knob it shouldn’t come loose but tighten it self more

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 3 months ago

      I actually ended up doing that in the end but cut it when editing 🤦‍♂️

  • Sam K
    Sam K 3 months ago

    Congratulations on the 10K Subscribers. Great job on the No. 3 Plane. Look forward to more awesome videos.

  • Tim Warren
    Tim Warren 3 months ago

    Very nice cleaned up good

  • DrCRAZY
    DrCRAZY 3 months ago

    Nice job. Think this is! a good plane. Sharpen it and use it.

  • Ken Marissael
    Ken Marissael 3 months ago

    Nice job on getting into the details. Well done.

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 3 months ago

      Thanks!! This is more or less what I did (to varying degrees) for all my old Stanley planes.

  • Alex Mussman
    Alex Mussman 3 months ago

    Great idea on chucking the brass and front tote on the drill! I’m working on a Bedrock #6 right now and will have to give it a try!!

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 3 months ago

      Awesome!! Some day I’ll have some bedrocks myself!

  • Dan Letkeman
    Dan Letkeman 3 months ago

    Looks great!

  • Woods Bound
    Woods Bound 3 months ago

    Nice looking #3!

  • jjs811
    jjs811 3 months ago

    Thanks for sharing.

  • onlywiseman
    onlywiseman 3 months ago

    Subbed... Awesome Resawing skills!!!

  • Nicholas Harris
    Nicholas Harris 3 months ago

    I purchased the same tail-vise hardware and I'm struggling to come up with an installation scheme for the bench I just built. How did you do it? I'd gladly purchase plans or an amended set of plans that include the ShopFox hardware.

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 3 months ago

      You bet! I might just make a video about it sometime! I have had a few people ask.

    • Nicholas Harris
      Nicholas Harris 3 months ago

      @The HandToolery Thank you!

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 3 months ago

      Hey there! The plans I sell on Etsy don't really discuss installation. Basically, to keep it short, I mortised out a board so that the clamping face (at the end of the screw) just fit when oriented using the narrower side. I glued in some rails just about 3/4" down from the top. They are walnut strips that are 1/2" wide by 1/4" thick. Then, I sandwiched three pieced together arond those rails. So there is a "push block" below the rails that the screw pad is attached to. Then, there is a narrow strip of wood that rides on the same level as the rails, in between them. Then, there is a top piece that rides on top of the rails. You can glue them together. Then, I drilled the dog holes straight through it all, and it is tight because the rails have just over 3/4" of space between them. I hope this helps!

  • Mark Harris
    Mark Harris 3 months ago

    You have answered something that’s been bugging me since I first saw a leg vice, and you’ve done t to perfection. Einstein said a genius isn’t a man who understands a theory but one who can explain it so others understand. I can see this video getting massive numbers over time. Thank you Andrew.

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 3 months ago

      Thanks so much for your very kind words! I made a mock-up of the criss cross using wood and got it working quite well with little effort. That’s why I decided to try to make my own. And honestly, it wasn’t even that hard. All that was the inspiration for making this model and, ultimately, video. I hope people are encouraged to give it a try! Thank you!!

  • Dotan Shlichta
    Dotan Shlichta 3 months ago

    well, shit! That looks awesome, i have to try it now

  • Roziane Santos
    Roziane Santos 3 months ago

    Parabéns.

  • Isaac Isaac
    Isaac Isaac 3 months ago

    What kind of screw did you use?

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 3 months ago

      @Isaac Isaac You bet!

    • Isaac Isaac
      Isaac Isaac 3 months ago

      @The HandToolery thx!!

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 3 months ago

      Just a brass knurled screw. I used a threaded insert and installed it on the inside before gluing up.

  • Julieta Mendonca
    Julieta Mendonca 3 months ago

    very nice

  • Derek Atkins
    Derek Atkins 4 months ago

    I appreciate you sharing your thoughts after the fact. Looking forward to what you will be doing next!

  • GIL!!GLEIDE
    GIL!!GLEIDE 4 months ago

    Só entendi, hause kkķkkk. Imagino que você está explicado como FEZ e Pra que fez kkk.

  • martytime march
    martytime march 4 months ago

    Watching this, I can see the superior craftsmanship in the Japanese saws

  • Rick Bildz Bildz Paiva Santos

    Assisto ate o final fo vídeo, porém nada entendo mas amo seus vídeos e da joice mais ainda.... ela ta sumida com os vídeos ja desativei e ativei meu sininho mas e ela que sumiu... 🤩

  • Barry Manilowa
    Barry Manilowa 4 months ago

    My two boys brutalized my dining room set. When they became teenagers, I handed them some sandpaper, stain and polyurethane and pointed to the chairs and table. If you want the front to be dimensionally stable., use quarter sawn lumber.

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 4 months ago

      Great learning experience! I used as close to perfectly quarter sawn as possible when possible. The structural rails just expanded a bit, I think... that or the door rail... either way, I was expecting to do some adjustments after finishing. Now we will see if I actually end up doing those adjustments, ha!

  • John Caulfield
    John Caulfield 4 months ago

    That's a beautiful piece. Great work and design. Those drawer pulls are dynamite, that was a great find.

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 4 months ago

      Thank you! I absolutely love campaign style hardware. eBay is awesome!

  • Twisted Woodshop
    Twisted Woodshop 4 months ago

    Still looks amazing! all the thought that went in to choosing the right board and grain pattern really paid off.

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 4 months ago

      Definitely. I was doubting myself so much, but I’m glad I took that time!

  • Tereza Cristina Villas - Boas de Oliveira

    Não entendi nada rsrsrs, mas parabéns.

  • EDILENE MUNIZ
    EDILENE MUNIZ 4 months ago

    Bom dia você tem muito talento na construções de seus móveis e parece amar o que faz ficou lindo esse armário e Joyce e as crianças como vai fica com Deus

  • Regiane Silva
    Regiane Silva 4 months ago

    Bom dia,eu moro em SP, gosto dos seus vídeos,vc tem muito talento parabéns, muito bonito, cadê a sua esposa, faz um tempo que ela colocou vídeos pra gente,ela não vai colocaras?

    • Regiane Silva
      Regiane Silva 4 months ago

      Fico feliz em saber... estava preocupada com ela...proq faz um tempinho que ela colocou vídeos.

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 4 months ago

      Ela tá bem! Daqui a pouco tem vídeos :)

  • Henry Friess
    Henry Friess 4 months ago

    Thank you for sharing your thoughts. The accents and lamps really make the piece stand out! I also appreciate your thoughts about learning and improving along the way. Practice makes perfect . . . Great job! Look forward to your next project.

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 4 months ago

      Thanks, Henry! We waited to find the right accents, and it took 4 months! Haha!

  • Twisted Woodshop
    Twisted Woodshop 4 months ago

    Very cool. When I see old hand made equipment like that, I always wonder if the craftsman struggled (like I do on easy projects) or if was a simple build. What was hard for those masters!?

  • Colin Mclaughlin
    Colin Mclaughlin 4 months ago

    awesome great job

  • Pedro Cantarelli
    Pedro Cantarelli 4 months ago

    Merecia uma versāo em Portugues.

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 4 months ago

      👍 aqui: ru-clip.com/channel/UClgJQEHwnqGsdctPzUAiI5Q

    • Pedro Cantarelli
      Pedro Cantarelli 4 months ago

      @The HandToolery quando puder mande o link desse outro canal Abraços

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 4 months ago

      Vai ter... em outro canal que tenho, em português, que fala sobre literatura de cordel e cultura nordestina.

  • Mark Harris
    Mark Harris 4 months ago

    Fascinating, thank you Andrew.

  • Bri Sco
    Bri Sco 4 months ago

    You should have organized a meet-up!

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 4 months ago

      Oh, cool!!

    • Bri Sco
      Bri Sco 4 months ago

      @The HandToolery Haha, that's true, you did mention those big sugar cane mills. I'm just below there in Minas.

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 4 months ago

      Actually, Northeast-Bahia!

    • Bri Sco
      Bri Sco 4 months ago

      @The HandToolery From the looks of it, you were somewhere in the south? PoA?

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 4 months ago

      I never considered it! Oops! Sorry about that.

  • John Lucero
    John Lucero 4 months ago

    Awesome work.

  • Andy Bennett
    Andy Bennett 4 months ago

    I enjoyed this a lot. It would have been a little easier for me to follow if the captions had been on the screen longer, as I am a very slow reader. Nice music!

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 4 months ago

      Thank you! I know what you mean... I wish I had made the clips longer. I didn’t want to make everything slow mo... sorry about that!

  • LIDU BEZERRA
    LIDU BEZERRA 4 months ago

    I thought your video was wonderful at the cowboy's museum. the part of the flour house was the show, the press, the mill. wonderful. Congratulations on the video.

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 4 months ago

      Awesome! I’d like to visit Ceará someday. I have been to Sergipe (Aracaju), though. Ceará has some wonderful culture, like their poets! Cheers!

    • LIDU BEZERRA
      LIDU BEZERRA 4 months ago

      @The HandToolery I'm Brazilian and Northeastern. I am from Ceará, a state in the northeast region. a state more or less close to Bahia. I know these things. Here we have the Rachaira rapadura cachaça museum. The culture of the Northeastern people is very beautiful.

    • The HandToolery
      The HandToolery 4 months ago

      Thank you! It really was a fascinating visit!

  • Scott Adams
    Scott Adams 4 months ago

    Cool! Thanks for sharing!

  • The HandToolery
    The HandToolery 4 months ago

    I hope you enjoyed this slightly different type of video. I say that it depicts pre-modern Brazilian life, which isn't entirely accurate. So let's say "modern" means 20th century-ish. Ok? Thanks for watching!

  • Aman Wangnao
    Aman Wangnao 4 months ago

    Amazing. If I were to be a builder I would want to become like you. 👍👍👍👍100% skill level