So as a slight side project I am planning to make a cornhole lawn game set since the weather is getting nice. I know a cornhole set is not necessarily traditional woodworking since the joinery would be interesting to figure out. However, I still am trying to use mostly traditional tools, with the exception of a battery powered drill.
My real question is what is the best hand tool for cutting holes in the center of a board? I think I have figured out a way to make a bow saw work, I made one real quick the other day and then bought some blades and hardware for it. I’ll post my experimental bow saw project later. But I’m wondering if there are any other options particularly when there is not enough clearance to use a bow saw, like cutting in the very middle of a piece of 4×8 plywood?
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