November 11, 2019 How to Make a Picture Frame 3 Ways | DIY Woodworking By Stephen Hull Articles, Blog 100 Comments Related posts: DIY Cornhole Boards with Style | How to Make Custom Cutting Board from Scrap Wood | How to Make Building a Custom Guitar Body with Bowties 5 Ways to RECYCLE Your DENIM JEANS! 👖♻️ Cute DIY Fashion Trends Tags:and, DIY, DIY picture frame, DIY picture frames, diy project, DIY wood picture frame, do it yourself, easy picture frame DIY, fix this build that, fixthisbuildthat, how to, how to build, how to make, how to Make a picture frame, how to make picture frames, Make a picture frame, make a picture frame from wood, make a picture frame with a router, make picture frames, picture frame DIY, simple picture frame diy, the, wood, wooden, woodwork, woodworker, woodworking, woodworking projects, you About Author admin 100 Comments Fix This Build That Get a FTBT hat! https://fixthisbuildthat.com/product-category/merchandise/ And don't forget to SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/fixthisbuildthat?sub_confirmation=1 November 29, 2018 Reply el Nudos Did you say rabbet or rabbit? 😅 December 4, 2018 Reply crazycutz Excellent vid December 4, 2018 Reply TheEpicTurtle17 _ Your such an inspiration, and a Great builder/positive guy! Keep making awesome things and do great! December 5, 2018 Reply Greg Smith Great video, Brad. Seriously, this was very thoughtful and added a detail on Jon Peter’s trick that I missed in his video. Zero clearance fence from plywood will probably be better than my current MDF version. It would have been interesting to see how you would have nudged your miter saw blade if it was not dead on. Ideas on how this would be done? Not woodworking but wonder if you cut your own glass and if there are any trick to it? If yes, then that might make an interesting short video. Thanks, Greg December 5, 2018 Reply Screaming Eagle do you buy a new charcoal respirator everytime you spray anything with canned lacquer? December 6, 2018 Reply SkullPlayZ LOL This channel might get ^_^ subscribe December 7, 2018 Reply Faulkner H1 Do you have any plans for merch? I’d love a shirt with your logo on it December 7, 2018 Reply 9maxd Only glue on the third frame? December 8, 2018 Reply James Beil Best how-to picture frame video I've seen. I'm about to build my first ones for my wife and these are the most straightforward instructions! Thanks December 9, 2018 Reply Liberty Sings Really love that mitre jig. Well done, sir! December 9, 2018 Reply John Ross Nicely done video Brad. After I watched your video looked around and found a little better corner joiner method than hammering in corrugated fasteners (see https://youtu.be/le-SiHPR1mk). I found that kit for a decent price at https://www.hobbylobby.com. Keep making great videos! December 14, 2018 Reply Edgar Aguirre V-nails by cassese December 15, 2018 Reply Evan S As someone who used to work for a high end custom framing business—use a stop block on the miter saw and cut each leg separately. Don’t stack pieces and try to cut them both at the same time. If you do, you risk screwing up two pieces instead of one. Also, cut your long pieces first—if you mess up, you can chop it down to be a short leg and save materials. December 19, 2018 Reply Logan Brown Could you build a table extension for jobsite table saws? Or possibly crosscut sled? just found this channel December 20, 2018 Reply ronald cruse how do you measure for picture frame and rabbit like 14×19? RON December 24, 2018 Reply Cal L I don’t know why I got so excited over the autographed picture of Norm Abrahams! December 24, 2018 Reply Ronna Keil Nice December 26, 2018 Reply Turners Shed Very informative video. Thanks mate all the way from Australia December 28, 2018 Reply Lee Smith Thank you! Thank you! THANK YOU! I have watched dozens of DIY picture frame videos trying to figure out how to create that rabbet so is properly sized to accept the picture and backing. Most either never mentioned it, or treated it as no big deal. Well I wasted a lot of good wood and therefor a lot of $$ chasing after that rabbet. You FINALLY took the time to explain its importance and how to get it right — and it's easy! You've earned my eternal gratitude and a new subscriber 🙂 January 2, 2019 Reply Braxtly Tools This is great! A template tool could save you some time, and give you a little more design freedom though. Just sayin. 🙂Emmy Braxtly January 2, 2019 Reply chade74 Dont use conditioner, I make things look old and I hate it when its all one color. January 6, 2019 Reply ron5935 Best glue up for end grain is to thin coat the end and allow to dry 5/10 minutes. Then apply finish glue and assemble. I did this for plain T joint 3/4" square oak. On the test , the oak bent before the glue failed. Great video. January 6, 2019 Reply TexasEdition06 I finally went out and bought a table saw and used your vid to make a couple frames! Do you have any information on how to make the jig for putting the slots in the corners of the frames to insert the reinforcement pieces? I could probably figure it out, but figured I would ask. Also interested in the cross cut sled. January 7, 2019 Reply Tom Nguyen At 1:45, what’s kind of tool? January 8, 2019 Reply رمضان طه Very nice idea. January 8, 2019 Reply Clint Satterwhite Norm!!! Nice three ways video Brad! January 10, 2019 Reply WhoDatBe Dare Nice vid. Thanks! January 11, 2019 Reply Владимир Владимирович Молодец, можешь когда захочешь. January 11, 2019 Reply herbsu43 What is your method for sizing where you are not working to an 8'' x 10''? January 12, 2019 Reply Tim Dion Very well done video.Perfect amount of info and detail shown. I’m going to get a miter corner strap after watching this. I always use a ratchet cargo strap, but after seeing your video I can see the benefit of the strap January 12, 2019 Reply kick S ssh If I have all these fancy tools I won't need you teach me . January 13, 2019 Reply Den Benchonson Good job, man! January 13, 2019 Reply Alan K Best frame build video I have seen yet for the beginner to intermediate woodworker like me. Thank you! January 18, 2019 Reply Bruce Walker Watched a lot of videos and your the first one to talk about how to cut the 45's. I was trying to figure that out for awhile. I'm wanting to make Frames for a 11X14 picture. Outsides not the problem it was for the inside I was having trouble with. Thank you January 25, 2019 Reply Daniel Hamilton Wow-You rate a non-plaid shirt from Norm!! January 29, 2019 Reply louie000007 How do you affix the picture behind the frame? January 29, 2019 Reply Janet Williams Great! I think I'll try it on my next piece of art. Just as a footnote, Brad, it's usually pronounced Jac-o-BEE-un. It's a period in British history. Cheers! January 30, 2019 Reply Mark Harris Incredibly well explained and demonstrated, thank you. January 30, 2019 Reply Irvin Wittmeier Norm an excellent teacher respect !;-) January 31, 2019 Reply Gilbert Robles That was awesome. Thanks👍😀 February 3, 2019 Reply Dave Builds It Norm Abrams… I thought you were going to pay tribute to Al Borland….. February 7, 2019 Reply Poor Man's DIY I really enjoy how you show inexperienced woodworkers that they too can "Fix This & Build That" February 7, 2019 Reply Aleza Wan Ali WHAT KIND OF WOOD YOU USE? February 9, 2019 Reply bobbieintx Very educational. I know have a much better idea of how to make my frames. Keep up the good work! February 16, 2019 Reply Nigel Pollitt Really good, instructive video, but so fast, it's hard to catch everything. Please a little slower, the commentary? February 16, 2019 Reply Cesar Hernandez Waoo mr Rodríguez, buen trabajo 👍🏽 February 21, 2019 Reply AF GS I wont February 24, 2019 Reply Tom Clements Great way to get Norm in one of your videos! I think he would be proud of your work. March 4, 2019 Reply Eric Von Zipper Picture frames are the hardest thing to make from wood. I have never had a frame come out the right size so now I just buy them. March 5, 2019 Reply Lay's DIY Great job! March 26, 2019 Reply Decan G Botha Not so kool bot nice April 1, 2019 Reply John Acuff I’ve got an Osborne EB-3 miter gauge (like Norm has) that I use on my tablesaw for cutting meters. You can micro adjust it to get perfect 45s every time, plus it has a built in stop block so you can make exact copies of each length. If a frame is wide enough, I use 00 biscuits to join the corners. April 1, 2019 Reply Hellena Radev I dont have such tools. But, I would like to make some pitcure frames, that's why I'm here. April 30, 2019 Reply simón Ormazabal Que software usa para hacer el diseño. May 6, 2019 Reply Matthew Lanning Harbor Freight pull saw? Works great for me May 7, 2019 Reply atgoh93 Great video! Where did you get the little red square? May 8, 2019 Reply Vicki Shybee Johnson Awesome video! Thanks for sharing! May 23, 2019 Reply Harold Cundal Hahaha you got my thumbs up just for that shot of Norm at the end. 👌 May 24, 2019 Reply Mario S. It isn't saw dust is called Glitter for men. May 27, 2019 Reply Heather Scanlan Jocko-bean!! June 1, 2019 Reply Maxsonarts very clear instruction without any delay of getting to the point of the process thank you for that June 2, 2019 Reply Marcenaria e Artesanatos Muito Bom! June 3, 2019 Reply David Battler great video! Really appreciated the masking tape trick! June 4, 2019 Reply hung la Fung I don’t have tools you have June 7, 2019 Reply mrmitchellstever Thank alot for showing me how to make picture frames. Great trick and ideas I learned. June 13, 2019 Reply thermonuclearwarfare i like building stuff and restoring stuff too June 14, 2019 Reply Max Melgarejo Good stuff, man! I love the variations which help folks with fewer tools! Keep up the great content! June 20, 2019 Reply jillhbaudhaan Hey, Brad! I want to try this over the weekend. I have two large posters that I want to hang in a bathroom.Any wood recommendations for a room with high humidity? Thanks, love the channel. July 5, 2019 Reply stephanie I liked your video except I use Old Masters. The stain is much better with Old Masters. July 20, 2019 Reply BoggWeasel Jack O Bean ? Do you mean Jacobean ?(Jak o be an) July 28, 2019 Reply Fabian Avalos well explained and demostrated, Thank you! August 2, 2019 Reply Mark D Maker Awesome video well done. Looks like some picture frames in my future. August 8, 2019 Reply Vendetta Verrone Came here since my first job ever is gonna be a framework designer and I'm stoked! August 11, 2019 Reply Phillip What wood for #3? August 16, 2019 Reply mudbutt38 So you stained the pine and painted the oak. SMH August 29, 2019 Reply Chris Trinh Great video! Thanks for showing the three different methods. Not everyone can afford a table saw or router table so it was nice seeing you do it various ways! August 29, 2019 Reply Kenneth Blocher I was looking at buying frames for my movie posters, but wanted to see some techniques for making my own. At first this might be more expensive, but I was thinking of scaling up to do window and door frames/trim too. September 2, 2019 Reply Elmo Blatch Overkill to use a miter saw on those angles for small frames. Use a miter box and a hand saw. September 4, 2019 Reply Elmo Blatch no September 4, 2019 Reply Daniel Magal Thank you!Going to make a custom frame for a puzzle… this was super helpful. September 7, 2019 Reply Donald Herbold Just subscribed! Love your channel! You explain your work very well. Thank you. September 9, 2019 Reply charles osebe Hi…am a huge fan of your works😉…please make a video on how to turn a US Art Supply Boardroom XL into an artist's easel…I will appreciate alot September 9, 2019 Reply GreekGoddess What tool was used to make the small incision for the glass to stay in place September 12, 2019 Reply Tomes 23 I love Norm Abrams. He's been a hero of mine since the 80s. A true master carpenter. September 16, 2019 Reply Ricou Hello thanks for the video, what do you think about using ca glue on hardwoods like maple? It seems to work fine but im afraid it would be much fragile than with regular white glue…? September 18, 2019 Reply Jim Trebes Excellant Video. You went from simple to a little more complex and for a senior + guy like me it really helped. Thank you. September 26, 2019 Reply Amazingdude What type glass would be best to use for a picture frame? September 28, 2019 Reply steve nocita Brad, On the third picture frame you mentioned you used a cove bit or was it a round nose. September 29, 2019 Reply Brent Foster What size stock did you use for the 2nd version? October 1, 2019 Reply said oufkir Well Done October 4, 2019 Reply F. García No dejan de asombrarme. La cantidad de herramientas costosísimas que tienen para hacer ese cuadrito de mierda… October 8, 2019 Reply Colorado Crafter Great Video!! October 16, 2019 Reply Mohd Monis No interesting video October 18, 2019 Reply Babu Ganesan Hi Brad . What protection do you follow while applying wood stain with hands? October 21, 2019 Reply Ross Goodman For the second frame I would have cut the rabbet first because you have the whole face riding on the fence. Cutting the chamfer first gives more chance for the piece to rock sideways into the blade. 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