P. Michael Henderson
Over the years, I've done a number of tutorials on different subjects, some as web pages and some as PDFs. To see a tutorial, click on the picture or the link.
Making a simple end table.
Making a Wahoo Game Board (also known as Aggravation)
This is an updated tutorial on making a jewelry box.
Making the Bee Vacuum, Version two
Making Full-Blind Dovetails (also known as Double Lap Dovetails)
Making a secret miter dovetail
A bee Vacuum Design, Version one
Replacing the handle on a Knew Concepts 5" Fret Saw
Making a Basic Jewelry Box
Building a Top Frame Beehive
Making and laying Louis cubes
Using the filetti guide.
Evaluation of a Lee Valley PM-V11 chisel
Installing Quadrant Hinges without a Router
Making a Step Stool
Making a Rectangular Serving Tray.
Making an Eight Sided Serving Tray.
Making hand-cut through dovetails
Making hand-cut half-blind dovetails
Replacing the handles on Japanese chisels
Making cauls for use in a glue up (web page)
Making a small brass hammer (web page). Also available in PDF.
Making an Offset Mallet (web page)
Carving a Simple Flower (web page)
Carving a "Square Flower" (web page)
Carving a Simple Shell (web page)
Carving the Second Shell (web page)
Carving a Complex Shell (web page)
Carving a Simple Early American Fan (web page).
Making a veneer compass rose (PDF)
Making a different veneer compass rose (web page)
Making a veneer sand shaded fan (PDF)
Making templates for a veneer sunburst table (PDF)
Companion Excel spreadsheet to the template article (.xls)
While not a tutorial, here's the Owner's Manual and Parts List for a Dremel Model 1671 Type 2 Scroll Saw. It's an older scroll saw and people may buy one and not have a manual for it.
Here is the instruction manual for this Collett Engineering complex dovetail marker.
And here's a manual for the Hawk Ultra 226VS scroll saw.
Making a sharpening disk to sharpen carving tools (web page)
Making south Louisiana gumbo (web page).
Making Creole Jambalaya (web page)
How to make the best home-made tomato soup (web page)
Peaches and Cream Dessert (web page)
Any questions, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
And you can see some of my woodwork here.