Not much happened this year.
So, that’s a lie. This was the most transformative year my workshop and woodworking has ever had.
I started the year talking about a new shop, like I’ve done for so many other years. The difference is this year in July I actually started on one, and it’s nearly complete as it stands today.
I made a spice rack for our kitchen and I started looking at new layouts in January. I made an MFT clamp rack (then replaced it with a new one later, then made a third one). I made parallel guides for my Festool tracks. I made a bunch of stage blocks with those guides and it turned out very well. I had to buy a new TV. I made guitar hangers. I unfortunately had to make a flag case.
I didn’t make a ton of purchases, but I did pick up an air cleaner, a dust extractor, and a new trim router set. Plus all the things necessary to get a new shop up and running. But the second half of the year was all about building the shop and not other projects. I’m hoping that 2018 will see a return to getting some projects for the house taken care of.