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  1. 10" dovetail in Walnut

    Just got done making another saw This one is going to another youtuber named Dema. If you don't know of him, he makes amazing brass mallets and leg vise hardware. See his links below. He wanted a thin dovetail saw that had a more traditional look to it. I like to play around with style...
  2. library bench

    Most of the time when I am working on a commission I have the client dictating certain aspects of the build. For this project I received a grant and had complete autonomy with the design. It is made from Black Walnut and has typical Maloof style joinery with ebony plugs over the mechanical...
  3. Cherry T.V. Lift Cabinet

    This cherry cabinet with a T.V. lift mechanism was contracted and built to suit measurements given. The doors had book matched panels. The lift mechanism was very quiet and neat to watch. Finished with an oil/varnish. The inside had space for electronics and movie with adjustable shelving...
  4. Lyre Chair

    This is my Lyre Chair design. It is built with Maloof style joinery and sculpting. I tried to make it my own a bit by and added the lyre look as I was fond of the classical Phyfe saber leg chair. I have built them from Myrtlewood, Curly Maple and English Walnut. The first chairs had sort of a...
  5. Curly King Size Myrtlewood Headboard

    I received a request from a client o build this crazy headboard. They had a picture of what they wanted it to look like and we ended up making it from solid 8/4 Myrtlewood. When it was all done the thing was massive at over 7 feet wide and 6 feet+ high. I built it like a giant lamination and cut...
  6. T.V. Chair

    I called this one my T.V. chair because the headrest looked like an old time T.V. set. It followed me around the country from Oregon To West Virginia and back before I finally finished it. It turned out Nicely. It is made from Oregon Myrtle and has red micro suede upholstery to compliment the...
  7. Pirouette Side Tables

    My Pirouette side tables look like dancers twirling about the room. These tables are very deceptive and look delicate, but are really quite stable and sturdy. The most recent set was made with walnut and I inlaid aluminum dancers slippers in the top. They are very fun to build and very eye...
  8. Music stand

    This is my second music stand made from myrtle and walnut. It was a challenge to myself to see if I could make a music stand you could adjust with one hand. I just about got it, but I got a little lazy with the lifting part, you still have to use two hands for that. It is seen with a bench...
  9. Asian style stereo cabinet

    This was a commission by a music lover in Portland. It is an Asian style cabinet with cantilevered boxes for stereo components. It is made with 3/4" pre-finished maple ply and trimmed in stained cherry. It was built using a lock miter and dados. I cut it so that the grain ran continuously down...
  10. Cradle

    Cradle made with myrtlewood and padauk. It can be taken out of the stand and rarried around. In the stand it can rock or be locked in place for changing.
  11. Backsaw

    These are my first set of saws, I made a dovetail and a tenon saw. The have maple backs, the dovetails is carved. I set the backs with a .20 slitting saw blade and stainless pins to lock it in. I worked through lots of handle designs before I picked one I thought was comfortable. I had a laser...
  12. Chester Dining Chairs

    This is my Chester Dining Chair design. It gas a sweeping stretcher that forms into the back leg. It is a pain to make! It is all mortise and tenon joinery with accent dots for show. I would like to tweak the design a bit in the future, but here it is for now. enjoy. Hey look, the mythical me!
  13. Shoulder Plane Unplugged

    I recently had a challenge from a fellow LumberJock and youtuber James Wright from "Wood By Wright" to make a shoulder plane. The video was a ton of fun to make and the tool turned out great as well. Enjoy! View on YouTube
  14. Wave Bench

    This is my wave bench that I designed. It is usually made with contrasting woods. It is coopered and the top is laminated on the sides to give it flare on the sides. I have laser engraved a few of them with a celtic knot on the front stretchers. They are very fun to make and have a lot of...
  15. The workbench

    So Finally it is done!! The bench has been completed and the video is now live. Thanks to everyone who sat thru my remodel blog. I had a ton of fun doing it. I plan to make a bunch of videos in the coming years of all the fun I have woodworking. So get a bag of popcorn and enjoy the show. When...
  16. Tool Cabinet

    Sorry about the wait, but it is finally done. This cabinet has been a fun experience, especially getting to share building it with everyone. I didn't want to mark it as finished here until I had finished the video. I only had one complete computer crash and two programming errors this time. I...
  17. Maple Sapele Occasional Chair

    This started out as a western big leaf maple side chair, one of 5 that I had cut up into parts years ago and stuck back in a corner waiting to get to. This is a shot of one of the original side chairs at a show in Roseburg Oregon called "Sticks and Strands" that featured woodworks and...
  18. Carved Saw Till

    Hey all you Lumber Jocks, I am sure there are quite a few of you that have been following along with my blog, but for those of you that haven't here is a link to it. http://lumberjocks.com/bearkatwood/blog/71178 I have finally finished the first piece in the shop remodel, the saw till. It is...
  19. Slat Back Rockers

    All right, so I admit I am going to be terribly lazy with this one. I think there are five or six different rocking chairs here. They are made out of predominately Myrtlewood, but there is some maple, padauk, sapele, walnut and koa thrown in there too. I started making rocking chairs about 15...
  20. Carcass saw with olive hanlde

    My most recent saw, it's a carcass saw with progressive rake so it starts easy but cuts like a beast. It has my now typical scalloping on the brass back.
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