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  1. Walnut Briefcase

    I saw the very nice briefcase shown by DBinESCON and some of the other jocks which made me think to show this one. Been making these for a number of years. Like so many things they have gotten better with practice. Many years ago Charlton Heston was making a speech at Fort Knox. They were...
  2. Too long without a vise.

    I build this bench last year. I have a woodworking vise, but wanted this to be all wood. The bench has no screws, glue or nails. All M&T and dovetails with dowels locking everything in place. One thing that prevents me from doing more is not having a convenient way to secure work. I looked at...
  3. Triange Cribbage Game Board

    Father inLaw and Brother inLaw play the game and nephew (aged 2) sits on dads knee and plays the game too… but since he doesn't really know the rules it can get confusing. So decided to make a three way game board. I have also decided I have had enough of doing trinagles… The actual cribbage...
  4. My second, third, fourth and fifth pen!

    I made a few more pens this week. I just bought my first lathe and started turning 2 weeks ago. It's been fun! Enjoy!
  5. Kenworth Cement mixer truck

    Kenworth Mixer Truck wood model plan, 12 inches long. This Fully detailed plan for your handmade collector's model cement mixer is a functional replica of a Kenworth C900 1/32" scale. Plan offers full dimensions and details with a complete materials list. A total of 50 hours + of your work and...
  6. New Knives for 2015

    I have not shown wooden collectible knives for a while now. These are the first four for the 2015 season. For the new folks here this is my most favorite item to make. The first is a doctor knife which I gave one like to my favorite doctor. The next is for our hair dresser. The third is for John...
  7. Woodworking Skill Share
    Leighs Site, which is "Linked" below, is a WEALTH of information on Many types of Joinery. MULTI Downloads, PDF Files, "Save Picture As", Videos and MANY Beautiful Galleries of Finished Projects Showcasing pretty well every type of Dovetail/Mortise & Tenon Joint there is. I'm Posting this...
  8. Woodworking Skill Share
    Just a Quick Little Tip that might come in Handy one day. I got this Picture somewhere a few Months ago. I tried it on my Non Slider, Delta 10" Mitre Saw. Instead of the 2 pieces of Plwood as shown I used a piece of 2"x8" Cedar I had lying around. So that raised the Table (cut) by 1-1/2". In...
  9. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I originally Posted this as an Answer to another Post about How to fasten a Table Top without Nails or Screws Showing. It's a "Veritas" Tool from Lee Valley. I've had one for 3 years now (One of those ..I HAVE to HAVE One of these!). From Memory I believe it is $29.99. If you go and have a...
  10. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Hi, I'm a bit of a novice in the woodworking world, I did take a general wood working course back in high school which included cutting, lathe work, gluing, easy furniture making like a wood box/chest thing, and a few other topics, but that was a few year ago. I have questions in 2 areas...
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