Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'corner'

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Small Projects #48: Jatoba Strong Box Finished!

06-14-2021 05:25 AM by Madmark2 | 6 comments »

Friend asked me to build a cash box. Something small enough to fit under a bed but still capable of holding significant amounts of cash in a neat and orderly fashion. Strong boxes have a long history. They are often metal banded and reinforced and are designed to resist attack. Being wood, fire can breach the structure. However, being a paper money storage strong box, fire will destroy the contents, defeating the purpose. Completed Strong Box. Build details below … I tried t...

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Free Webinar - Chip Carve 2017 Ornament!

09-16-2017 06:53 PM by MyChipCarving | 0 comments »

I’d like to extend an invitation to you for my Webinar this Wednesday, Sept.20, 7pm CDT.If you can’t attend at that time, don’t worry, when you register you’ll get the Replay Link. It costs $4.95 to register BUT…at the end of the webinar I’ll give you a $4.95 store coupon code! Perfect! Sign up now. Here’s the link –

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Corner Bookshelf

04-20-2008 02:22 AM by Chips | 7 comments »

When I read about challenge 04 in Popular Woodworking Newsletter my first thought was to give it a try. The next thought was to design something that didn’t look like a box. Then I remembered that I had turned a square book case 45 degrees and put it into a corner. From there I took inspiration from other project I have built. A Corner Pantry Cabinet I built for my daughter and a reproduction of a 200 year old spice box that I built for my wife. When you add to that my enjoyment of carving...

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My Wife's Kitchen Corner Shelf

01-15-2008 05:04 AM by jackd942 | 5 comments »

Here is another project of mine. It is a kitchen corner shelf I made out of ponderosa pine for my wife. A pretty simple project, but it turned out pretty well. The sweeping curves on the front were just freehanded on a pattern piece then sanded smooth. The center hole on the face was cut with a large forstner bit. I completed this, if I remember right, in 2003 over a two day period on a weekend. The only thing I think I would have done differently is in the finish. I used a gel stain. If...

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Recycled Honey Do...

09-22-2007 05:16 AM by Buckskin | 6 comments »

My wife wants to move her sewing table into our bedroom so that has brought about a few changes. To get the table in the TV has to go someplace but it can’t leave the room. This is one of those spur of the moment deals where I took a few measurements and headed to the shop. Looking around I decided to use 1×4’s that once served as bed slats and a piece of 7/16 OSB that was left over from building my benches. The shelf is now hanging from the ceiling joists with a fir...

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