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  1. Brass knuckles bottle opener

    "Brass knuckles" bottle opener I've been making a bunch of these for family/friends lately. Super simple, low cost, low stress project. Let me know what you think Cocobolo Jatoba (mini opener) Cherry Rosewood, maple, cherry
  2. Elm pie end table

    Got several pies from a very old elm tree that I will be making into tables for fun. The pie is Elm and the base is Hickory that I got from a pile of throwaways from a lumber mill. The pie is actually a branch from a 150+ tree. There are 70 growth rings in each side. It was cut down in 2012...
  3. Inspired by Larry

    Well the Larry bug has gotten me too (Degoose). This is my first attempt at an end grain bread board. It is a bit on the small side because that was the extent of my clamps. Expect bigger if maybe not better things in the future as I have just invested in 3 Bessy 600mm clamps. I have no idea...
  4. Live Edge Rustic Bench

    The back rest and sides are crotch wood slabs that I milled from a Russian Olive that I helped "re-purposed" after removing it for a driveway project, (my chainsaw mill has sure saved some neat wood from the firewood pile!!) and the bench seat was milled from a juniper tree that was removed to...
  5. Squiggles

    #1 Brazilian cherry, maple, and approximately 300 hrs with a belt sander. Clocks in at 8lbs! #2 Cherry, brazilian, and maple
  6. Cutting Board- Chevron and Arrows!

    This actually was not planned; it just came about when I was playing around with some scrap wood. I thought this would be a unique design combining the arrow and chevron for a southwest look. I donated this board to a fund raiser and it did quite well. I really wanted to keep it, but it went to...
  7. awesome bandsaw box

    I have one drawer, and i have a big red N on top. I have to cut the top off to construct the N. and i had to take off the bottom part after i stained it, and glossed it. i am not yet finished with my project, i am still in the process of painting the N.
  8. Cedar Bandsaw Box

    This is a bandsaw box, in the shape of pacman. This is after you beat the game, where realistically, he would be super fat by all the dots he ate. I took some wood, and cut a pacman looking out. No real measurements, just made it as close as possible. Then after cutting the drawer out I sanded...
  9. Finishing Tote?

    I'm not really sure what to call this thing. When it comes to be "finishing" time, I find that the stuff I am looking for is all over the place. When I am done, the stuff is everywhere in different places it doesn't belong. I decided to make a little tote for it. It's made from left over...
  10. Anvil stand

    In this project, I show you how I make the anvil stand VIDEO Visit my channel: Making Huertas Stuff
  11. Feather Wand

    Through my shop / studio I meet interesting artists and artisans. One of which is a flint napper and I have been selling his work out of my store front for a while now and he feeds my wood addiction by bringing back wood from his travels. Last year he brought me a log, he had no idea what it was...
  12. Wood fish hook necklace

    Wood fish hook necklace Material: Smoke Bush wood (Cotinus coggygria) Size: 1,88 inch or 48 mm long
  13. Etsy Puzzles, and more

    https://www.etsy.com/shop/Spunwood It has been a while since I posted a project because I have been getting my 2014 Spring Puzzle and doodad collection together I decided to take a different approach to Etsy, though my prices are probably still too high. I got the idea of wavy wood puzzles by...
  14. Seahawks Poker Table AKA: the best poker table EVER!

    PLEASE FORGIVE ANY TYPOS AND MISSPELLINGS… I am posting on my phone and I miss letters often and my spell check doesnt work on here. It has been a long time since I have posted any porojects. This one took me a long time because I had to get creative with obtaining materials due to being laid...
  15. Bandsaw Boxes-Working with kids!

    Had to try out the band saw box idea….Pretty fun and easy to make. I built the tall one with my 8yr old son from a piece of birch firewood, and the two smaller ones from scrap juniper cut offs. I discovered band saw boxes are a very good project to work with kids on. They may not be ready for...
  16. Sculpted juniper picnic table top

    The original 2×4 top on this picnic table had seen better days. The boards were warped very bad and needed replacing so this is what I came up with. I milled the juniper boards with my chainsaw, used a draw knife to peel the bark, and then sculpted the live edge of each board into the one next...
  17. berthold schwaiger side table: finished

    Here it is! finally….the finish is a coat of shellac followed by 3 coats (4 on the top) of a wipe-on varnish and finished with a coat of wax (i used a brown wax on the lighter legs to bring them closer in color to the darker legs). i wish i could take credit for thinking of that finish, but i...
  18. Carved Juniper bowl

    I started with a half round piece of juniper pulled from my Grandpas fire wood pile. I used my chainsaw and angle grinder with a round chainsaw attachment for the rough shape…then moved to 40 and 60grit flap wheel grinder, 80-120-220grit with the orbital sander, 320-400-600grit hand sanding, and...
  19. Not you average picnic table!

    My mom bought a simple picnic table quite a few years ago, got "most" of it painted, and left it outside in the weather for it to live the life of most of its kind, getting the ocasional visit on cool summer days for backyard bbq's in an otherwise forgotten existence. Well, as time and nature...
  20. Juniper/Antler/Horse Shoe Coat Rack

    I milled the juniper board with my alaskan chainsaw mill attachment, ran it through the planer a few times to get the thickness I wanted. Then shaped the edges with my flap wheel grinder, and went through a few hours of sanding from 120/220/320/400/steel wool. The wood was a little too "new"...
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