Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'candle stand'

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"The Woodwright's Shop" Episode Review #12: Roy wraps his thong around a lathe and warns us of crotch splinters...

10-16-2015 02:43 PM by StumpyNubs | 3 comments »

Read my entertaining (and informative) “Woodwright’s Shop Review” blog- the guide to season two, episode two has just been finished. Take a lighthearted look at a very young Roy Underhill as he builds a candle stand from Miss Maggie’s walnut tree, wraps his thong around the lathe, and tells us how to keep splinters out of our crotches! For more episodes, including all of season one, visit! After you read the article below, click here to watch Roy U...

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Predominantly Shopsmith-Built Shaker-Style Candle Stand Table from a single 2X4

06-07-2015 11:22 PM by MyGrowthRings | 4 comments »

Though I was traveling on business most of the month of May and only had a couple hours to spend in my shop, I had psyched myself up to participate in the 3rd Annual Summers Woodworking 2X4 contest and for the most part am happy that I did. I bet that I almost spent as much time sorting through 2X4’s at the several local Lowes and Home Depots and purchases a half dozen of them before locating my “White Whale”. It was an absolutely perfect specimen and will be the 2X4 ...

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The Twisted Candle Stand - Carving a Spiral

06-28-2013 01:44 PM by thewoodwhisperer | 4 comments »

The embedded video seems to be acting weird. Here’s a link to the video on my site just in case: I recently made a Tilt-Top Table that features a turned post. Since many folks don’t own a lathe, I decided to come up with an alternative way to construct a post. I found inspiration in an episode of Woodworks from season 4. David Marks made this awesome lamp stand with a spiral post. With David’s permission, I&#...

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05-04-2010 12:41 AM by mrfixitri | 3 comments »

I need some help finding something. Several months ago I spotted plans for a square-top side table/candlestand that was on a 3-legged base. The top also had two dovetailed drawers. It was what appeared to be an 18th century (?) historical reproduction piece. Smallish table – sort of on par with those little round-top Shaker candle stands you see everywhere made in cherry. I thought I saw it in an older FWW magazine. But after four hours at my local library sifting through back issues...

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