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  1. Lid for Old Glass Jar - Brazilian Cherry & Alaskan Yellow Cedar

    This is a lid that I turned for an old glass jar. The lid was first laminated out of Brazilian Cherry and Alaskan Yellow Cedar. Then it was turned, and the metal lid was glued inside (the wood top is basically just a cover for the tin lid). Very quick & easy project, that turned out pretty neat!
  2. Simple bandsaw boxes

    Over a year ago I posted a bandsaw box project in which I said it was the first of a set of four bandsaw boxes that I did at the same time, assembly-line style. I finally finished the last two yesterday. My problem was handles. I didn't know of a way to make them look good made out of wood...
  3. NYU intarsia, also my first bowl turning

    After making a beautiful intarsia piece for my oldest son after graduating James Madison (http://lumberjocks.com/projects/98687) it was time to make one for my daughter who graduated from NYU. After pulling down various NYU logos, I was very disappointed with what the university logo looks...
  4. The Sawcliffe Green man

    Long journey on a little piece. Most in depth relief I have done to date, and I like the form, I am thinking the deeper the better for the future. First time carving Alaskan yellow cedar and I love it, hope to get my paws on more of this in the future. It is now ready to be shipped to The...
  5. Blogs
    Drawing This is a new piece I will be working on over the next 3 or 4 months. It is 5"x7"x3.20", a small carving for me, the wood is Alaskan Yellow Cedar. All in all this will be an unusual project. I will be on a trip to Florida next week to visit my dad, and when I get back I will begin a...
  6. Wood & Lumber
    Not a fan myself, but I cant pass up on picking up some of this historic wood. Mostly bleachers material with the row/seat numbers proudly showing on half of the wood. The pieces with the numbers on them cost about twice as much. Starting at $5/ft for some historic and old-growth Alaskan Yellow...
  7. Woodworking Skill Share
    So I am just starting to figure out how to do hand cut dovetails. I have a leigh jig and have never used it. I picked it up for peanuts, which is the only reason I have it, and if I ever have to do a ton of drawers it will be handy. For doing small boxes and a few drawers I want to learn how...
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