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  1. Plywood Folding Chair

    I wanted to make a wooden folding chair with the Chevy Monte Carlo emblem cut into it to take to car shows- to replace the uncomfortable bag chair I'm now using. This is a prototype to test my design after looking at what is available commercially. I was going to build this and make notes of...
  2. I BEAM COG BELT CLAMP

    Made this clamp with a plywood I beam profile which has a cog belt glued to the bottom . There is a relatively simple clamp head with a 3/4" screw at the front head and another with a simple locking mechanism at the other end that engages into the cog belt .The clamp has good clamping force just...
  3. First band saw box: Design & Template by David Piccuito

    This is my first attempt at a band saw box. I downloaded a template from makesomething.tv. He had an inlay in his plans, but I haven't tried anything like that yet. I really enjoyed this project so I may go ahead and buy his book on the subject! One thing i did different…. I use the waste...
  4. My two cent's worth

    First of all I would like to thank everyone for the nice comments I received on my last project I posted, the elephant. In that post however I had meant to say more about the fact that it was from a stained glass pattern. That particular one came from this site...
  5. Picture Frame

    This is my Latest Project. I can say I'm really proud of it as well as my family members are just as well, but under the circumstances, I wish I hadn't the need to design and craft this picture frame. But since I'm the crafty one of the family, it was my decision to craft and no one knew that...
  6. Gifts for the Grandkids

    Here is a sample of some puzzles I made for gifts for the grandkids. With ten grandkids and a couple of neighborhood friends I spent a lot of time at the scroll saw. They are cut from 1/4 baltic birch. Each puzzle contains about 40 to 50 pieces.
  7. Floral Cross

    The pattern for this Cross came out of Scrollsaw Workshop Magazine I do belive. It took me a few days because of interruption to cut this Cross. It's made from 1/2" Baltic Birch Plywood. It was really Fun to cut out and for a few minutes I thought I'd never be able to finish it cause it was...
  8. Custom Cross

    Ok, this Project here, I don't know the complete history of this one, it was a Commissioned project from a Friend of mine. I do know that she said this was a Family members Drawing that passed on. This was the only one in Existance and it was on a Cell Phone. She Texted me this Picture and I...
  9. CD Case

    I was asked if I would make a farmer friend a CD case that he could keep in his pick up that would protect the CD's from damage and dust. He could not find a hard case. He wanted dividers that hold 4 CDs each and just made from plywood. So it is baltic birch plywood and all the joints are lock...
  10. Crown of Thorns portrait #9

    Hey guys made this a few weeks ago just didn't have the pictures. Scrolled it with my Dewalt 788. It was a gift for my Aunt. It's Baltic Birch plywood with some walnut.
  11. Table Saw Sled with some accessories

    I built the crosscut sled a few months ago to fit the new saw and just added the tenon jig. Most of the idea came from the Eagle Lake Woodworking site. I made a few modifications like the toggle clamp and the 4 screws to the bottom of the tenon jig to square it to the blade. I have only made...
  12. Ottoman Tray

    Ottoman tray that I made for a co-worker. She wanted something geometric, so this is what I came up with. It wasn't quite finished in this pic -but I forgot to take a picture once it was completely finished - I ended up staining the "rails" the same blue used on the cubes. At it's widest point...
  13. Galileo's (Revenge) Bicycle

    This is a nother Clayton Boyer plan. Galileo's Bicycle. When I finally finished getting it strung and in time I was calling it Galileo's Rvenge. I gave it to my daughter and her husband for Christmas to hang in his office. I jut finished hanging it the 1st of March. I used Walnut for the...
  14. French cleat racks (clamps, chisels, etc)

    When I first set my shop up last year, I installed a French cleat system around the room. It's a simple system using 1x pine with a 45 degree bevel cut on the top. Each of the racks has a mating piece of 1x pine with the 45 degree bevel reversed from the strip on the wall. It's easy to create...
  15. Conversation Hearts Self-Framing Scroll Sawn Ornaments

    This is a set of 12 little ornaments that I designed to make on the scroll saw. The ornaments measure approximately 3.5" in diameter and are 1/8" thick. I made two sets - one set out of Baltic birch plywood, of which I stained the centers with acrylic paints in shades of red and pink and one...
  16. Mikey's Shop Made Knobs

    There I was working on my table saw sled. I needed some knobs, but had none…so the MacGyver in me said "make some". I pulled out my jig hardware parts and started to figure out what all I would need and how to make the knobs. They aren't perfectly symmetrical, but they work just fine. I used...
  17. Poker Dogs

    A gift for a poker buddy's game room. It was a quick project and nothing fancy about the frame but he thought it was great. It was cut in 1/8" baltic birch plywood with a 2/0 spiral blade.
  18. Sunflower Puzzle for Sister-In-Law's Mother-In-Law

    My wife's sister is Dana, and her mother-in-law enjoys assembling puzzles. Well, seeing as how I make puzzles, Dana requested a puzzle for her mother-in-law having sunflowers, and this one has lots of them. The first image is the reference image. The second is the puzzle, presentation/storage...
  19. Sled

    This is a sled similar to the one I made in Arizona this year. It will make straight cuts but also miter cuts. I have it set at 45 degree right now for the job I need it for. It is 20" deep and 22" wide ..made from scraps. The bottom is 1/2" maple plywood, the back and front bridges are 1"...
  20. Fretwork Lidded Basket

    This project is found in "Classic Fretwork Scroll Saw Patterns", by Patrick Spielman. I finally found a copy after about a year of searching. This basket will be placed in The Crafter's Co-Op store in Wylie, TX. This is the consignment store where I seel most of my scrollsaw work. I decided to...
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