Rag 'n' Bone Brown is an online video channel documenting woodworking, restoration, DIY and upcycling projects using mainly salvaged wood and reclaimed materials by Keith Brown, Maker Of Things. Videos range from build projects like furniture builds and restorations, workshop projects, home & garden & pet projects to vlogs, tool reviews and influencer interviews. Based in Norwich in the UK, the channel began in 2015 on YouTube.

MAKER QUICKFIRE QUESTIONS #2: Chris Salomone (FourEyes Furniture) Q&A Interview

In this video I ask a series of Q&A quickfire questions interviewing Chris Salomone of FourEyes Furniture.
 
FourEyes Furniture Website: http://bit.ly/2DZQNnJ
FourEyes Furniture on YouTube: http://bit.ly/2Qp6Zoy
Modern Maker Podcast: http://bit.ly/2KCHD15

Snooker Cue Legged Mid Century Style Coffee Table

I mentioned in my last vlog video that I had an unusual find recently, 16 snooker cues, which I found leaning against a wall behind a bin.  
People who've been watching my channel for a while will know that I predominantly like to use salvaged materials in my projects, so I gave some thought to what I could use these for and the first idea I had was using them to make some tapered legs for a coffee table.

MAKER QUICKFIRE QUESTIONS #1: Peter Millard (10 Minute Workshop) Q&A Interview

In this video I ask a series of Q&A quickfire questions interviewing Peter Millard of 10 Minute Workshop.
Peter Millard 10 Minute Workshop YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/2TvgLUE
Measuring Up Podcast: http://bit.ly/2ziZ5mV

Repair and Veneer - Mid Century Coffee Table Makeover

In this video I'm going to give a complete makeover to this midcentury style coffee table which I picked up recently at a local house clearance for just £5.

How To Package & Send Large Parcels - UK & International

In this video I'm going to talk about how I package and send large items within the UK and internationally too.  I know that sounds really boring, but I do this quite often so I've got some good tips which I think are worth sharing, and I've seen a few people asking about this in woodworking groups and forums.
 

Making A Large Dog Bed

In this video I'm going to be making a large dog bed as a commission for a client.  

It's going to be based on a design I've made previously on my channel, but with a number of improvements.

Making A Herringbone Beech & Mahogany Side Table

 
In this video I made a mahogany and beech herringbone design side table with a pedestal base.  The sort of table you'd perch a drink on beside your sofa!
I started by cutting all the mahogany pieces to a consistent length at the mitre saw, and then I ripped them all to a consistent width at the tablesaw.  I figured I could use these to form a herringbone pattern, but the problem was that I didn't really have much material to work with.  

Orazio / Katsu 24l low noise CHEAP air compressor - Too Good To Be True?

This is my review of the Orazio / Katsu model 241184 24l low noise oil less air compressor. 
 
Compressor on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2yKTLIC (UK)
Euro 1/4 BSP Air Hose Connector (female): https://amzn.to/2yOTILR (UK)

VLOG 7 - What's New / Channel Changes / Smart Workshop / California / Tool Talk

In this video I talk about my current projects and upcoming videos featuring a herringbone table, sanding block and large dog bed, changes to the channel and more frequent videos, smart workshop with the Amazon Echo, California and visiting Rockler where I bought some handscrew clamps and have a look at the timber section, and Tool Talk with my new Ryobi cordless hot glue gun.
 
Timings:
What's New 0:39
Channel Changes 2:59
Smart Workshop 4:14
California 7:29
Tool Talk 9:39
 
Links:

Making A Mid Century Style Step Stool / Foot Stool

In this video I use a salvaged mahogany wardrobe panel to make a step stool (or foot stool) with a mid century feel.  
First I cut a clean and straight edge along the length of the panel using my circular saw with a straight edge clamped down to guide the cut.  
Then I could reference that straight edge against the fence of my panel cutting jig at the tablesaw so that I could cut make a clean 90 degree cross cut.
I measured and marked up to cut what would be the length for the top panel of the stool.
And then I ripped it to width.

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