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  1. Scroll Saw Portraits

    These are some examples of my attempt at scroll saw portraits. I developed the patterns from photographs. They are cut in 1/8 baltic birch ply using a #1 spiral blade. The sabertooth tiger was stack cut with two layers of 1/8" ply and 4 sheets of paper in the middle. The third picture shows...
  2. Candy Dish - Prototype

    Found this pattern on the internet so I decided to cut it today. There were no real instructions so this is a prototype. I made it out of 1/4 baltic birch ply. and it is 6 inches acorss (at the top) and stands 3.5 inches tall. They say it is a candy dish but you see it is empty so that did not...
  3. First lesson

    scroll saw picture for my nephew in texas. done in 1/8 baltic birch ply. using a #1 spiral blade. The pattern was from Jeff Zaffino at advancedscrollsawpatterns.com
  4. Portable Table Saw Stand

    So I got this DeWalt portable table saw for Christmas (a bit early). My old table saw died and I was on the hunt for a new one. I used the old table saw stand and added drawers and a mobile base. The drawers and casters I had left over from previous projects and it was just a matter of making...
  5. Photo turned into wood portrait

    This was my first try and turning a photo into a wood portrait of our son CJ. I used Photo Shop and Coral Draw in order to do this. After many flops, I finally was able (with the help of friends) to accomplish the task and hoping the next time I try, it goes much easier.
  6. Lady Bugg

    This is one of the largest projects I have done to date. Not the hardest, but largest. It is over 24 inches long and I do not remember the width. I used #2 reverse blades by Olsen (before I found the Flying Duchmen). This was a birthday present and she is also a collector of lady bugs. I...
  7. Slotted Crosses 1

    These are the Slotted dimensional crosses by Shelia Landry. These are cut from 1/8 Baltic Birch Ply, sanded to 800 grit, and finished with Krylon spray. I have added twine for the hanger to give them a more natural look.
  8. Slotted Crosses 2

    These are the Slotted dimensional crosses by Shelia Landry. These are cut from 1/8 Baltic Birch Ply, sanded to 800 grit, and finished with Krylon spray. I have added twine for the hanger to give them a more natural look.
  9. Shopnotes Boxjoint Jig

    Tried several ideas, this box joint jig from Shopnotes is hands down above all that I made,,, SUPER, it cuts ANY width of box joint that my adj. dado can adjust to cut out to.
  10. Wall Decore

    In a couple of our rooms in our home is a marine dicor, This is one of the wall pieces I made from an excellent dook I have of this type of Intarsia.
  11. 2 Angels

    These are 2 Angels that I cut and finished over the past several days. They are basically the same pattern with various designs on the wings. Also, I painted on while the other just got a natural finish. The difference there is, the natural finish takes about four (4) minutes while that painting...
  12. GOT INTO HIS MIND

    We have our grandson staying with us and I always like him to come to the shop with me and build something but there was never much interest by him for any length of time . Last night I ask my wife if she had an Idea and just as I said it came to me MIND CRAFT that is the thing they play with...
  13. Whimsical Bird House

    Was idleing going threw the web one day, just looking at various bird houses. Saw a distant picture taken of this one, that was taken hanging from a backyard tree. So the only credit I can take, is figuring out a right size by sketching out several versions, and finally setteling on this...
  14. Surprise swap squares

    For the surprise swap in 2021, I made a set of squares for BigShooter. A try square, a miter square, a straightedge, and a box to hold them. The try square was first. Brass bar (inch wide stock, draw filed to clean it up) and African mahogany (aka khaya). Glued together with fish glue and...
  15. Mommy's Little Helper Step Stool (Kitchen)

    The Mommy's Little Helper Step Stool has grow with me adjustable steps. I used 1/2″ Baltic Birch and 3/4″ Birch steps. The safety bar is designed to stay in place when your child is on the stool. The graphic was transferred to the wood with graphite paper and then burned by hand. I has made...
  16. Crib

    This is the best gift I ever made, for the best gift I will ever receive. My brother and sis-n-law are expecting their first child, who will be the first grandchild in both families (talk about spoiled). As soon as I found out they were expecting, I went online and found 3-n-1 plans from Wood...
  17. Floor Drill Press Cart.

    I had had a bench top DP that was my main DP, and was at my taller height, which set on a table I had built some time ago with drawers. I decided to buy a floor model DP, and made a riser to match the working height of the bench top. THEN,,,, I came across Shopnotes mag. idea of this double...
  18. Shop-Built Horizontal Router Table

    I wanted to build a horizontal router table, and I found a bunch of different plans with all kinds of vertical adjustment mechanisms, but I wasn't thrilled with any of them. Then I came across a commercial table from MLCS that used a handwheel directly above the router to slide a square router...
  19. TOOL TILL (PROJECT 101 )

    This is my my one hundred and first project on LJ's . The tool till you see is a start of getting my workshop organized and get everything in a place where I can find it at a glance. The till is build from Baltic birch ply left over and given to me by a buddy,two timing belts from a car repair...
  20. Princess Carriage

    So with my current bout of asthma (times 3) I am not allowed to do ANY woodworking. However, I had already cut this piece and was allowed to glue it. It is a traditional princess carriage but seems to be popular. I think this one is headed for the senior's craft store where I have some product...
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