Monday, 7 December 2015

Who to Follow

For some reason, the Google+ follow links on my web pages and YouTube are different.

I don't know why, and I'm not sure how I can change this.

If you wish to get all notifications then please follow BOTH for the time being. That means clicking the follow buttons on this page, and also on my YouTube channel.

I will attempt to consolidate the multiple identities, and keep you posted.

Happy woodworking for now, Mitch

Monday, 1 June 2015

I've added yet some more photo guides for hand cut joints, the latest of which is the fox wedged mortise and tenon.

Fox Wedged Mortise and Tenon

Don't forget to let me know if there is a joint you especially want to see here.

Thursday, 16 April 2015

More Joints Now Available

Despite other commitments, I've managed to add a number of new joints to the site.

Tenon &  Mitre

I hope you'll take a look around. Of course, there are many more still to come.

Saturday, 28 February 2015


Due to a bad back, I've had a chance, albeit whist lying down, to add some joints to the site. Not all are completed, as typing on a tablet is somewhat slower than using a keyboard, but I'm trying to do a bit each day.

I've also added a 'Shop 2 Support' store to the WOmadeOD website, which I hope you will take a look at (link in the menu above).

Monday, 12 January 2015


Hi. I'm Mitch, and I've been posting woodworking related videos on YouTube for almost eighteen months. One thing I have noticed is that there is a lack of clear instructional material for hand cut joints. I have been gradually posting a video series on the topic, and the response has been very good. As good as video is, I think that words and pictures can add more, plus it's easy to print off a set of instructions to take into the workshop. That's the reason I've started the Hand Cut Joints blog.

My aim is to provide material, suitable for printing, that covers a range of useful woodworking joints. This material, as well as being a support to the videos on my channel, will be a stand-alone resource in it's own right.

I hope you find something of use here.

Happy woodworking, Mitch

My YouTube channel: WOmadeOD - Made in Wood with Mitch Peacock

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