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  1. Projects Slipper Caddy

    A small caddy to park most of the Boss' slippers on...and out of the way... Leans back to allow full access. Has carrying handles to allow it to be moved around... While the shelves are level with the floor...sides splay out at about 10 degrees.. Sides lean back a bit...there is a strip of...
  2. Projects WOODEN RAINBOW SET

    30x15cm ash rainbow set. First I made template on 10mm plywood, transfered it on ash board, cut on bandsaw, sanded on disc and oscillating spindle sander and rounded edges on router table. No finish.
  3. Journal A Caddy fo Slippers

    Still have left-overs....maybe a Project for the Boss to store all her slippers in? 1 x 6 x 6' Ash plank to the shop ( will get to the Maple one, later). Had a badly split end, cut that off, find the new center point, to make a pair of blanks... Goal was to make a "Book Matched Panel" by...
  4. Projects 4 Drawer Chest of Drawers

    4 drawer Chest of drawers, built to replace an old worn out one. Frame & Raised Panel sides, drawer fronts are raised panel look. Top has a bread board edge, and is Spalted Maple.. Front view... Drawer details, frame & raised panel sides Bread board edges.. Knob details
  5. Projects MOBILE PHONE PACK BOXES

    Order of 21 wooden boxes for local Telecom company who lounched new product package (mobile phone). Mobile phone packages were put inside and gifted to journalists on new phone presentation. They were made of 12mm thick ash boards, dimensions 23x23x10cm, with sliding top. Request was not to put...
  6. Recent work

    Just a quick look at what's been going on in the shop recently. I've been geeting wood and ideas in droves and I have been actively pushing some techniques. #1 is a cherry hollowform that is actually the one from my self supported hollowing system post witht he video. I carved and tinted the...
  7. Gifts for a trip

    We're starting to plan a FL trip here soon so I wanted to get ahead of things and knock out some gifts for the different friends and family we're staying with. The first going left to right is a baseball bat bottle stopper made from an ash baseball billet. I used a Ruth Niles stainless stopper...
  8. Morris Chair

    This version of the Morris Chair is based on the New Yankee Workshop plans with some modifications. First, I reduced the size of the slats on the sides to make it similar to the coffee table I built a few months ago. Second, I slightly reduced the dimensions of the legs by 1/4" each side to...
  9. Ash Pedestal Table

    This table is made from 100% solid ash. The top is just under 2" thick and measures 42" x 84" closed and 120" with 2 leaves. The legs began as a core of 5 1/2" square posts then laminated with the components creating the classic profile. Total weight of the table is estimated about 300lbs...
  10. Enchanted Bookcase

    My version of one Daughter seen online. Built for our 9 yr old Granddaughter. Made from 5/4 ash, oak ply back. Drew up a full size paper plan. I started this a week before christmas 2011. Fun project to make.
  11. Ash End Grain Cutting Board

    This is an ash end grain cutting board I made for my mom's surprise 60th birthday party. It's large, roughly 16.5" square and about 1.5" tall. As usual, it took more time than expected but I'm very happy with the end product. She has a tendency to not want to use her nice kitchen stuff, so I...
  12. Purpleheart and Ash Jewellery Box

    Just a quick look at my latest project, I have seen a couple of boxes a bit like this and I thought I would design and build my own. I have made a google sketchup model of this project and PDF of the leg template, both of which you can download for free at my website...
  13. Repurposed cabinet

    While stationed in Wales many years ago I built a solid White Ash cabinet for my component stereo system. It was our only entertainment contact with the wider world because American televisions did not work there. Now it is obsolete and in the way. I did not want to throw it out. The thought...
  14. TV Riser with Speaker Compartment

    This is a custom TV riser made out of solid ash for a 60" TV. The top and bottom pieces are held together by the sides which are locked in with a stopped sliding dovetail. The front speaker grill s made out of a Baltic birch frame and speaker fabric that was hot glued to the frame. The finish...
  15. Bathroom cabinet 2 (not another bloody sequel) - pine with ash trimmings construction

    This project follows on from one that went disastrously wrong. It is intended to provide additional storage space for our apparently never ending accumulation of toiletries and bathroom acoutrements. The construction is basic using simple haunched housing joints. Mortise and tenon joints were...
  16. wooden Squirt hand paddles

    I made these about 5 years ago before I really go into the finer sides of woodworking but paddle making came up on one of the lists so I'm adding them for those who might want to make a set. They were made from 1/4 thick ash planed down to 1/6 after joined. I then added Dynel fabric which has a...
  17. bathroom

    bathroom made of wood ash and painted white with green panels. all Sliding boxes and facades on closers farnitury blum. worktop with incised line along the border
  18. Bowling Pens

    I turned a few pens today in an attempt to get one good one to include in the pen swap. These are made from bowl scraps from past projects. I need some help from fellow Lumberjocks to pick the lucky pen. The first one is from my Big Leaf Maple bowl. The second pen is made from Crotch Honey. The...
  19. Bench & Shoe Rack

    This is a simple piece that I made for use by our entry door. The purpose is to clear up the clutter and give a place to sit while putting on or taking off shoes. The wood is white ash. The finish is natural Danish Oil and polyurethane, to protect against water, mud, snow and such. This...
  20. Workbench

    My workbench I built entirely with hand tools and sweat using cheap 2×4's and some leg wood I picked up for free that was in my grandparents garage for 30 years or so. For the well I used a sheet of pine which probably won't last long but I loved the big knot in it. Vise was picked up from...
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