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  1. Very simple, very plan, very basic baseball holder

    OK, I know … this hardly constitutes a "project," but honestly, along with sharing ideas, I'm using LJ to document my progress and growth in the hobby. That said, I finally caved in and bought a router (the Craftsman Fixed/Plunge duo with the table; total price-$80. Thanks, Surprise Points)...
  2. Wine Cabinet For My Girlfriend

    This is my first posting. I live in Tulsa, OK and I have been watching everyone on here make amazing things. I'm not a carpenter which is obvious, but I have a lot of people in my life who work with wood or do contract work. Several months ago I decided to borrow some old tools from a friend and...
  3. Spiderman Stool

    So there was a small problem in our house. Our three year old is very independent and will find the means or his own methods to accomplish the task at hand. Over the first three years of his life he has adapted the skill of climbing (anything) due to the fact at age three most are vertically...
  4. The bed desk!

    This desk was made for a friend who wanted to use in bed, hence the title the bed desk. LOL he asked me to make it in March of 2010 and started it in Oct that same year. And he asked me if he will have it by Christmas. So as a smart ass I am, it was done Christmas eve LOL. he was happy it was...
  5. My mallets

    A few of my maple and walnut mallets with cherry handles.
  6. A study of self-induced missteps. Set of drawers with an open shelf.

    Way back in 2014…. Somewhere after lopping off the tip of my left thumb and just about the time I tore the conjoined tendon of my hamstring off the base of the pelvic bone and quite a bit before I had two parathyroid glands pulled from my throat, a good friend and client asked about building a...
  7. Reclaimed Barn Wood Raised Bed Planter - Large

    Very simple build. This is a douglas fir raised bed we built and then coated with elastomeric paint. Then we did a lightly sandblasted mushroom wood facade. Mushroom Wood is one of the reclaimed materials we carry at our lot. It comes from barns where they grew mushrooms and the enzymes from the...
  8. Mirror

    This is a mirror that I built in 2003 as a Christmas gift for my Mother. You'll notice I didn't know a thing about how to clean up glue squeeze-out at the time. More pics here: http://public.fotki.com/williamchall/2003/12072003_frames/
  9. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    One of the things I love about the Lumber Jocks website is that people from all levels of woodworking and from all walks of life can enjoy each other's ideas, thoughts and skills. The vast array of talent here is astounding and it makes it even more enjoyable when you see a small novice piece...
  10. Finishing
    Hello all! Newbie here. Just got my shop put together/finished last year but have been working for a little over two years (not including years of home renovation/remodel experience). Still very amateur with fine wood working. I made this pipe box for my brother in law last summer and really...
  11. Blogs
    What I have and What's Next! Hello and welcome to my first Blog! The intent of this blog is to track my entrance into the world of woodworking. There seems to be a gap between the people who are just getting into woodworking, and those who have been enjoying the hobby for ten years. So, this...
  12. Blogs
    Now I've gone and done it. Hello all I have a box design I want to do and it involves inlaying small irregular shaped pieces. How am I going to do it? I thought long and hard. Having already gone to acquisition level 2 once before. I've gone and got myself a scroll saw. Its only a cheapie at...
  13. Blogs
    Journey into Woodworking Seeing as this is my first post, I probably should elaborate on who I am and what I do for a living. My name is Justin Lonas and I am a Web Application Developer (i.e. guy who works on websites). I have been doing web development for over five years and, until recently...
  14. Blogs
    Free Black Walnut... what to do with it?? I found a woman on craigslist who was giving a black walnut tree away for free! Through many emails and texts, I finally got the go ahead to pick it up… Her original post said that her tree servicer would cut it to specific length, if desired. I...
  15. Woodworking Skill Share
    I am an AMATEUR - enough said. Can anyone give me any advice on working with tree stumps - specifically with the following - I just want to make some stools and tables. what are the best tree stumps to work with should the bark to left on Oil or water based polyurethane plans...
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