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Fire-Carved Log Furniture

10-21-2018 04:34 PM by MaxAdvoko | 0 comments »

Hi folks, I made this log furniture for my log cabin. It turned out to be great looking, practical and long-lasting. If interested you can see the process on my youtube channel Advoko MAKES: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc1ufNROdAxto9Fr0jnEE2Qp.s. My new channel was just featured in OFFGRID magazine, sorry for so much bragging…)) https://www.offgridweb.com/preparation/video-fire-carved-log-furniture/ Best, Max Egorov (Advoko MAKES)

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Log Side Table #1: Finishing up...

02-13-2017 09:49 PM by Heatherjen | 2 comments »

Ok, so my first blog to a new series is finishing up a project…. Kind of backwards but this is my first blog ever so I’m just going to jump in where I’m at. First off… I’m just a single mom to one teen.. And I really don’t know what the heck I’m doing… So if you enjoy watching major improvisation, you’ll enjoy watching my progress. I have very few tools and do much of my work by hand. My favorite tool? My Leatherman Wave. So, this littl...

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Juniper Log Furniture : Floor Lamp #2: Sanded

05-26-2009 08:01 PM by Tim & Candy Hicks | 3 comments »

It has been awhile since I have updated the progress on some of our projects. Here is the limb and base, they are both sanded. The limb is ready to be scribe fitted to the base.

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new creations #1: Cedar Root Wall Shelf

04-22-2009 02:57 PM by dougdeg | 1 comment »

After cutting quite a few stumps down for different wood projects, We would need to flatten the bottom side to have it sit flat on the floor for say a table base. We would just throw the scrape peices into a plie and they would become filewood. We then started to review these throw aways a little clooser some of them were quite unique in shape and size, I started to save them as they would pile up I took a few into the shop and showed Mary them and she started with her ideas what we could use...

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Burled Cottonwood Log Furniture Dining Table #1: Rough Material, ready to begin

02-15-2009 09:12 PM by Tim & Candy Hicks | 2 comments »

The guy that purchased this table has a 600 lb granite top. So we had to make something large, sturdy and yet attractive. The cottonwood came from the K Ranch on the Colorado Utah border in Dinosaur Colorado. And yes it is seriously the name of a town. Here is the rough material. each stumo will sit on a base, the base it not necessary, it adds to the beauty

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Sweeping Juniper Coffee Table #6: Burled Top with Turquoise Inlay is finished

09-09-2008 01:12 AM by Tim & Candy Hicks | 0 comments »

Here is the other inlay table that we have been working on. This one is inlayed with turquoise from Arizona, the top is burled cottonwood, and the base is juniper, we had to add an extra leg for support. It was finished with Bullseye sealcoat and satin polyurethane. 18 1/2” tall 43” long and 24” at the widest points, the top is 2 1/2” thick.

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