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  1. doghouse

    I buit this doghouse from recycled beechwood
  2. Hansen mallet, beechwood (Lathe training)

    Mallet beechwood (Lathe training) Firewood from my friend, so I call it the Hansen mallet. I'm a beginner in this, but I love it, the smell the woodflakes flying arround me, hmmmmmm, its wonderful. I purchased a set of HSS irons, and wauuu, this is a difference! Now I cut like a knife in...
  3. Beechwood smoothing plane

    Made this from scrap piece from a jointer plane I'm working on. Turned out pretty good. I'm using a piece of jatoba for the wedge and a 1/4" thick 2" wide iron from rhett over at nice planes.
  4. "The Power of Imagination Makes Us Infinite" 22.75" x 29.5" x .9875

    This time I have taken the HEALING HAND to another dimension. REALLY! This is 3+ life size and .875" deep. The frame is routed with a quote from famed naturalist Ansel Adams… "THE POWER OF IMAGINATION MAKES US INFINITE". This really resounded with me when I considered the scale of the hand...
  5. Heirloom Rocking Cradle

    I made this solid beechwood cradle back in August 2011 for a grandchild. I'd never tackled a project like this before and consequently needed to boost my meager woodworking skills considerably to finish this. I learned a lot during the build process, gleaning lots of tips from this Lumberjocks...
  6. oak shelf

    This is a oak shelf that i somewhat tried to make look like the older mantle shelfs or organ tops , but not even close to being as ornate.
  7. carving and goldleafing

    this done very intricate carving and finished in goldleafing.
  8. paper clip holder or tea light holder

    This is a birthday present made from the leftovers of my bandsaw box project. It has changed shape and dimensions a few times during turning, because I found out I didn't have the right tools and experience to make a pen stand with a narrow hole in the center, which was the original idea. Maybe...
  9. Woodworking Skill Share
    I know this is a silly question that should not be complicated at all, but I am curious how yall do it. Just trying to get some input on proven tried and true techniques that works for folks here on Lumber Jocks. I only glued up one using the box tape trick, but feel I was missing something…...
  10. Designing Woodworking Projects
    I'm doing an actual project finally that I'm trying to keep clean looking, cheap, and strong. I had some red oak that I planned down to 5/8" thick (wood was cupped). I am wondering what the best approach would be to join a butt joint where the plans show pocket holes being used. I do not have a...
  11. Blogs
    Know your wood #1-Cherry Most people only talk about grain at the most superficial level of how it looks. We woodworkers enter the fibres. We tease the cells apart with the chisel's edge and search for weaknesses and strengths in the species. We want to know these intimate details so we can...
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  12. Wood & Lumber
    Hi all, I am planning on building a new workshop for myself, and I am planning on making a stand for my lathe. (I know I'm probably getting ahead of myself, but planning is essential!!! I want to make it from Beech wood. I rang a guy from a local Sawmills and gave him the...
  13. Blogs
    Gorgeous Tung Oil Finish on 18th Century Jointer Plane By Joshua Farnsworth (Writer at This VIDEO isn't a tutorial. I just wanted to keep y'all up tonight with thoughts of the Tung oil falling into the pores of this beautiful beech jointer plane that I just finished...
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