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  1. Unconventional Bible Box

    I call it "Unconventional" because it breaks from a traditional or reproduction type of piece in the use of dovetail joinery, brass hardware, and a sliding inner till. I finished this piece in August of 2011, If you want to see or read more about it all of my blog posts have been collected...
  2. Joint Stool from a Tree

    In July of 2013, I attended the "Make a Joint Stool from a Tree" class taught by Peter Follansbee at Roy Underhill's Woodwright's School in Pittsboro, North Carolina. I am perfectly aware … this is not a nice looking or, even a good example of craftsmanship. I won't show you any close ups of...
  3. Build a Joint Stool from a Tree

    I went and read the book, so I had to build the stool. 3rd picture is the tree I started with, so I have a lot more to use up. be welll.
  4. Wine Ceremony Box #3

    I am beginning to get pretty happy with what I am able to pull off in the carving department. In my opinion this is my best effort yet. This is another Wine Ceremony Box built as a commission piece. It is Red Oak and the dimensions of the box are roughly 15" X 5" X 6" tall. The stock prep...
  5. Wine Ceremony Box

    I have been working my way around 17th century carving styles for a little while now, not long enough to have it mastered, (a long way from that) but long enough to feel somewhat comfortable, and of course I've continually updated my progress and experimentation on my blog...
  6. Wine Ceremony Box #2

    After posting on my blog about the first wine ceremony box I was contacted by another couple to create one for them. they wanted a smaller box, only set to fit one bottle of wine and two letters The opposing hearts theme I have been using on the lids has been popular, the client asked for...
  7. Kerfing Saw

    This is a set width Kerfing Saw, made after the plans from Tom Fidgen. The blade was purchased from Bad Axe Tools. Wood is cherry. Works like a charm.
  8. Blogs
    Musings If you've been following my blog you know that we're moving into a new (to us) house this month, and I'm planning to build a Roubo workbench to christen my new workshop space. Well I'm out of town for a few days and have a little evening free time, so I thought I'd jot down my thoughts...
  9. Woodworking Skill Share
    I am a newby woodworker and am trying to make a 17th century Spanish colonial box like the picture in the first link at the bottom of this post. The question I have is about attaching the bottom. should I simply use pins? since we cannot see the inside of the box, I have no idea how it was...
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