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  1. Push Block with ... sole

    Offered up for your review is a push block I am making for my brother. I first saw a version of this in "Woodsmith eTips", an e-mail I get from Woodsmith Magazine. http://www.woodsmithtips.com/2011/10/20/?utm_source=WoodsmithTips&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=5224 In picture one you will see...
  2. Guitar Stand

    This is my second "wood working" project since I was in the 8th grade…now I am 37 and excited to be learning again! Lots to learn…but enjoying…by the way--those are not my LEGOS…this is my step-sons room and this was his Christmas present that I just finished this week!! The base is old growth...
  3. Recent turnings - Scratch that itch

    Back scratcher and some bowls
  4. lost dinner......eagles

    this is my latest eagle woodburning. is of two eagles and a chipmunk. poor chipmunk has been dropped by the first eagle. now you must use your mind to wonder is it getting away? is it falling into a nest? or is it about to get grabbed. i had fun doing these eagles. my favorite bird. the burn...
  5. Standup Desktop for my office safe

    I spend a lot of time pouring over blueprints in my office. I also struggle with some sciatic pain from sitting too long. Thus was born the need to have a standup desktop in my office. I have a short gun safe in the corner that is just the right height but the top is a bumpy powdercoat fiinish...
  6. My Best Magnolia Bowls

    This Wood came from two very big Southern Magnolias at my church. I'm a little partial to Magnolia because its the Mississippi state tree and flower and I think I lived most of my childhood in the top of my neighbor's Magnolia in Jackson, MS. The pastor said he was going to cut them down. I...
  7. Arts & Crafts Style Morris Inspired Chairs; A Perfect Place to Read a Book

    FOR SALE: I have One (1) more of these chairs made up in parts that has not been carved, or glued together. If you would like a custom carved Morris Chair and matching Ottoman, please email me at [email protected] and we can discuss it further. To see more photos of this project, you can...
  8. Jewelry Box

    This was a commissioned piece for my Boss' wife. I traded for tools at the used tool store I work at. The tray lifts out or slides back and forth. The two rows with slots are for hanging earrings. It is Fiddleback Maple and Cherry with box joints made with my new (first try) Incra router table...
  9. Sack Back Windsor Chair

    No power tools… No nails or screws… No sandpaper… ...NO PROBLEM! Tools used to complete this: axe froe drawknife spokeshaves coping saw gent's saw bit brace spoon bits fred emhoff reamer adze scorp compass plane travisher carving gouge mallet chisel card scraper treadle lathe steam box clamps
  10. Wing Back Chair with Queen Anne Legs

    This I made when getting my upholstery certificate. My wife loves this chair and I have received many compliments on it. It has a maple and hickory frame and the queen anne legs are maple with a shellac finish.
  11. Two Person Work Station with Hinged Back | Custom

    This is a project that finishes up the RSC job. We just built several conference tables, a side table, and a couple white boards. This is a workstation that is designed to go in a break room. Originally designed it with CPU compartments in the center, but with the limited space, they decided...
  12. Comb Back Windsor Chair

    I made this chair while on vacation. No power tools! No nails or screws! No sandpaper! I used oak for the spindles, crest and arms. Bass wood was used for the seat and chaerry to build up the hands and for the under carriage. I had the chair chair photographed professionally and thought the...
  13. Corn Cob Back Scratcher

    It's been a while since I have posted a project, huh? After building my squirrel picnic area, I was replacing an old cob with a fresh one. Then I got an itch between my shoulder blades and used the old cob to scratch it. It felt great! Fantastic even! Hence, here is my latest creation...
  14. Standup Desk

    My daughter over at VeggieBalance.com spends a LOT of time in front of her computer and wanted the option to stand up at her desk, especially when tethering her monitor to the camera while doing food photography. To save on floor space and avoid any structural issues with the desk, the best...
  15. Rolling "Welcome Center" Cart with Backlit Sign

    My adult church "Connect Group" (Sunday School class, small group, etc…) recently moved to a different room. We no longer had a tiki bar prop to use as a surface to fill out name tags and register visitors. I decided to build a cart that could be rolled out into the hallway on Sunday mornings...
  16. Island Deck

    Ever since I saw the article "Breaking Away" in the March/April 2003 issue of Handy, I knew that deck would be a part of my back yard entertaining. It was delayed because a pool use to reside in this spot. After two years with the pool only being used twice, I decided that the island deck...
  17. Curved Continuous Arm Windsor Settee

    This is a curved seat continuous arm settee. It has a steam bent under carriage as well to match the flow of the seat and arm bow. It is made completely in the traditional way. Milk paint finish. This piece took home the ribbon for "Best Traditional" and "Turner's Choice" award for the 2012...
  18. Hand Tools
    I picked up this old miter box from a local Habitat for Humanity Restore, the only identifying mark I see is the HWI label on the front. I am just wondering if I am using this miter box correctly. The fellow at the store said that a back saw is used with this box like I have pictured...
  19. Finishing
    I'm just finishing building my kitchen cabinets and I'm gathering ideas on how to finish a couple accent pieces. I want to do an antiqued, distressed paint finish of some sort. I've been online looking at "Fabulous Finishes" Reclaim paints and glazes. They look really nice but a bit pricey. I...
  20. Blogs
    The Story & the Start Hey all. I have not blogged much in a while now, but now I have a project that I call Garden Chair. DW had this wooden chair given to her a few years ago. She loved the chair and used it out in the garden when she got a few spare moments to enjoy nature. Well after...
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