As I mentioned in my post titled "Woodworking Class - Building a chest", I'm going to a woodworking class for a week down in Portland, OR. The classes haven't required us to take all our tools but they do recommend some so my question is how do I carry chisels, handplanes, and handsaws? I've found this chisel roll that looks like the best way for chisels. I found it at Woodcraft.
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I haven't found anything to carry handplanes or handsaws yet. All my handplanes are non-wood so they are heavy and I don't want them clanking around in a tool back. If anyone has any ideas before Sunday, when I leave - I'd love to hear it.
I found a tool bag which might work also at Woodcraft.
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If there are any better suggestions, let me know.
UPDATE: In a duh moment, I found a way to carry hand planes. I found on Veritas' site, plane bags. On Lie-Nielsen's site, I found plane socks. Guess what, they looked the same and from that, I determined extra large tube socks from target work too.