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  1. Bevel top bookcase/sofa table

    This is a bookcase/sofa table I made for myself. The first picture shows most of the features. This is my own design, which I first modeled in SketchUp. I'll mention right up front that there is something peculiar about the top row of through tenons. I reveal what it is at the end of this; maybe...
  2. Greene an Greene inspired baby changing table.

    I have looked through a lot of Greene and Greene books, the online archives, and been to the Thorsen house. I don't believe there was ever a Greene designed changing baby changing table. I guess it wasn't something that came to mind for fine furniture in Victorian times. I designed and built...
  3. Pen Display Case

    I made this Display/ Sales case to go in our shops showroom. It is brazilian Cherry with zebra wood in-laid miter locks and hand cut through dovetails. The grooved pen holder is red oak. It's about 4×24x10" with a lock that I had to customize to fit the door and a glass front. The light is just...
  4. brazilian cherry table top

    When a buddy asked me to build him a new table top to go in place of a cheap faux-wood one on top of an otherwise classy looking wrought iron base, I thought it would make for a nice project. The table measures just under 48" in diameter, with some nicely selected Jatoba lumber. What a great...
  5. Andy Inspired Designer Boxes

    These are some boxes I made for Christmas presents for my family. These are a spin-off of Andy's designer boxes he made for his grand kids. His are sculpted and shaped, which I would have liked to do with these, but I just did not have the time. Its always so busy this time of year. The boxes...
  6. Cherry Cutting Board (#2)

    Made another cutting board this time with some Brazilian cherry accents. Came out very nice. Last picture is the two cutting boards next to each other. - Solid Cherry / Brazilian Cherry construction - Mortise and Tenon Joinery - Pinned Tenons - Food-safe mineral oil finish
  7. Two Beauties

    Picture 1-3 Bamboo and Brazilian Cherry 9 1/2" D x 4" H Finished with Wipe on Poly Picture 4-6 Hickory and Bubbinga 9 1/2" D x 4" H Finished with Hut Wax only I am hooked to segmenting work and find it becoming easier and easier to make them. Both of these were made within a week. I...
  8. Mini Mallet

    I made the head for this mallet in May of last year and it's been sitting on my bench since then. Last week I decided that I need to finish that bad boy! I've gotta work on this whole finishing projects before starting others thing. Head and wedges are Brazilian Cherry and the handle is Maple...
  9. Sunday's Projects

    The first two are from a beauty walnut chunk. The third is Cuban Mahogany with an inlaid Purpleheart heart. It is beveled on the back edge to tilt the names up. No.'s 4 and 5 are colored Maple. The last is Brazilian cherry display names (also with the back edges beveled).
  10. Koa Basket Weave Table

    Friends of the family came back from Hawaii with a piece of Koa fire wood. I sliced it up and let it air dry. It ended up making (7) 3/4 inch X 2 inch x 10 inch pieces. A year went by quickly because I didn't know what to do with it. They wanted something to be made from it but also wasn't sure...
  11. HUNTERS BOX

    This box was just made for a young man who is now 12, his name is hunter and hunter has had an extremely hard time as a young boy , he was burned severally in a propane explosion and has gone through more then a child should have to bear. I made a box for his father and hunter liked the box a...
  12. More Turning Projects

    A few more turning projects. The candle holder is Brazilian cherry (I turned it then had to figure out what is actually was). The pencil holder is colonial cypress from the 1700's that was salvaged from the bottom of a river. Really fun and easy to work with.
  13. Hand-Harvested Sea Salt Serving Box

    In our travels we've acquired various hand-harvested sea salts whose various containers have added to the clutter on the table. As a skill-building project I decided to make this 12"x3"x3" box with some curly maple I've been saving. I resawed the 4/4 maple to make the top and bottom and used...
  14. Book Box

    Made a wooden box to follow the appearance of a book. Based on the idea from Steve Ramsey posted here and combined with a few of my own - notably the use of Baltic Birch for the "pages". The wood is Jatoba with Baltic Birch used inside to try and create the effect of pages in a book. The...
  15. Trapezoidal Onken Speakers for Fostex FE103Sol

    Not long ago, I completed a pair of trapezoidal Onken enclosures for the Fostex FE103Sol 4" single full-range driver. The white cones are made of banana! These speakers live in my small home office. The design is by David Dlugos at Planet 10 Hi-Fi in Victoria, BC, Canada. Panels are made from...
  16. cutting board

    I was looking for an easy way to use some scraps that were floating around my shop, and this was the result. Bit on the smaller and thinner side at 13" by 9" by 1" but hey it was scraps! Did hava bit of a bow to it after it was finished, all the wood had been in my heated shop for over a year...
  17. Culture is in the Eye of the Beholder. Intarsia Wall Hanging.

    I was trying to stretch my abilities to make a piece that shows a little more creativity. I saw a picture on the internet that I liked and I took that impression to make a pattern. The funny thing was I had my own impression of the origin of the piece until I was almost finished with it. I...
  18. Brazilian Cherry and Quilted Maple bed

    My wife got me a table saw for Xmas of 2009 and it all started from there. After several cutting boards and two months had past, I decided I was ready to tackle a bed. What was I thinking? The last woodworking education I had had was from eighth grade shop class where I built a bird house out of...
  19. Segmented Roller-ball Pen

    I was a little surprised to find out it has been more than two years since I completed my last pen. And by last pen I mean last segmented pen. I've made a couple cigar pens using white oak and acrylic, but those don't capture my interest as much. This pen includes 300 segments of maple...
  20. My Workbench on the Cheap

    I finally realized that I needed a good dedicated woodworking bench and had aspirations of a maple slab top with the Veritas/Lee Valley cast iron leg kit (mostly just because I like the look, probably sacrificing stability), but ultimately decided to go the cheap route and build something...
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