Build a Pocket-Hole Jig Picture Frame


A few weeks ago, I was asked to build a frame for a 36” x 40“ map of northern Kentucky. I had some leftover maple and decided to build the frame quickly with a pocket-hole jig. It may not be the most sought after joint, and some woodworkers may turn their noses at pocket holes, but it can be an extremely useful joint and can be hidden behind the frame. Ripping & Rabbets […]

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