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  1. Bulk Storage Wine Racks for Home Made Wine

    Wine racks made with plywood and biscuit joints. Currently with 5"wheels and top wine racks centered on bottom fermenting equipment storage. Racks have to be moved to another room when this room gets gutted and rebuilt into future shop. When in final location wheels will come off and rack...
  2. Cherry Wood Stool

    Made this bad boy in shop class in '14. Made out of cherry. Simple design with simple routing on the edges. Rounded on the inside curves of the legs with a sharper edge on top. Top board is two boards joined with biscuit joints. The other joints are pocket-hole. Stained with Golden Oak, and...
  3. Mission Style Doll Trundle Bed

    My little girl's 8th birthday was coming up…so down to the shop I go. She had recently received an American Girl doll from us as an early birthday present, so I thought a little bed for "Elizabeth" was in order. My wife said make it a trundle bed…so, knowing better, I obliged. It's about 18"...
  4. Reclaimed wood Fishing Rod Holder

    This is a Father's Day present to myself. I found a bunch of Douglas Fir while dumpster diving a construction site. I made this with biscuit joints and brad nails. I will stain it bombbay mahogany. It holds ten rods and it took only 12 hours to build.
  5. Marine Shadowbox

    Latest shadowbox for another bada$$ Sgt I know. Requested by his equally bada$$ spouse who is a Ssgt. Both Marines. Decided to go with Gonzalo alves (tigerwood) which I had previously used to make shelves for my daughter with and absolutely loved. After doing 12 years for the corps Sgt...
  6. Modern Coffee Table (How to Fake Walnut)

    Modern Coffee Table The Preliminary Idea: I saw on some website (the way all great ideas and projects start, right?) that it's possible with water-based stain to emulate the look of walnut with Poplar. While I've read way too much woodworking snobbery about how this is blasphemy, and 'why...
  7. Blanket Chest, Handcarved RedOak

    My first ever piece of 'furniture'. My son and his fiance asked me to make a big wedding card box for the wedding reception Aug 2015. So, I increased the size so the chest could be used even after the wedding. It was my first in cutting finger joints, biscuit jointing. Learned how to cut with...
  8. Clothes Hamper Bench

    Hello All, Well here's another project that I had made while in the process of redoing our small bathroom last year. Wife wanted a clothes hamper for in it, and I wanted a seat to sit while changing. We compromised and I put both together. I made it out of poor man's mahogany (Pine)...
  9. Biscuit Joining Jig

    Biscuit joining jig, based roughly on plans from Wood Magazine. I thought biscuit joints were pretty simple but this has turned out more useful than I anticipated - it really speeds up production. It is also necessary for using biscuits joints for picture frames. Using it to construct face...
  10. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Good evening to one and all. I have a Delta 34-410 contractors saw that is wired to run off of 110 volts. I just replaced the fence and wanted to replace the power switch with a new on/off switch with the paddle. The original toggle switch works fine. I bought a switch from a company that is...
  11. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Hi all, I am just planning a built in open wardrobe for a dressing room. The unit will be quite big as we intend to fill one wall, perhaps 3m in length with various hanging space, drawers and shelves from floor to ceiling height. I could use some advice on construction and materials. I am...
  12. Woodworking Skill Share
    I am in the middle of building a farm style dining room table. The attached image is the end view of the table. The (4) pieces labeled leg components are smooth sawn/planed from cedar fence posts that were not kiln dried. They were "wet" when I bought them a month ago so I "stickered" them in...
  13. Woodworking Skill Share
    I am thinking about building an acoustic guitar just wondering if anyone has built one or has any knowledge on where to start. What wood to use, where to buy the back and sides sets? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Josh
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