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  1. Brick Pattern Cutting Board.

    This cutting board is made from brown maple and bloodwood. This is my design and aside from cutting the thin bloodwood strips (because I had a bad allergic reaction to bloodwood) I completed it myself. It was done in two seperate glue-ups. The edges were curved on a bandsaw and smoothed with a...
  2. Cutting board/red bricks

    A friend of mine wanted me to make his wife a cutting board for their anniversary. I was able to talk him into joining me in the shop, and have a hand in the making of it. Took us a bit longer then id like to admit but in the end it turned out really nice. The board is 17.5" long, 12" wide...
  3. End grain cutting board

    This is my take on the brick and mortar style cutting board. May look fairly simple but there were plenty of glue ups. Added one individual padauk brick for a nice accent among the sea of walnut bricks. Board ended up 12" square x 1.5"
  4. First wood project - end grain cutting board

    I wanted to something different from the usual checkerboard end-grain cutting board for my first wood project, so I chose a brick pattern using walnut and maple . This was the first time I've ever used a table saw, hand plane, router (for edges) and palm sander. From this project, I learned...
  5. Maple, Cherry, Yellowheart End Grain Cutting Board

    Yet another brick pattern cutting board. This time I made it end grain. I used alternating 2 inch strips of maple and cherry sandwiched between 1/4 inch strips of yellowheart. I ran out of yellowheart and this ended up being a little shorter than I had originally planned. I routed the edges...
  6. Multi-Colored Brick Pattern Box

    Here's another brick box, this time using all kinds of scrap wood. It's 9"x7"x4". Process was same as my other one, this time I tilted the miter gauge to make some cuts slightly crooked, to add to the randomness. All comments welcome.
  7. happy

    a moon carving in cedar 14 inch diameter x 6/4. the 2 stones are obsidian
  8. Repurposed as a candle base

    This was going to be the base for a larger vessel but I was not happy with the resulting color of the brick red sand inlay so I repurposed it as a candle base .. I have a bigger candle somewhere that will fit the 4.5" diameter base better than that one I was not happy with the brick red inlay...
  9. Padauk and Maple Brick Cutting Board

    I made this padauk and hard maple cutting board for my brother-in-law for Christmas. Although there's things I'd do different next time, considering its only my third non-shop furniture project I'm quite happy with my results. The board is approximately 15" x 19" x 2", with end grain for the...
  10. End Grain Brick Pattern Cutting Board

    Have been wanting to make one of these puppy's for a while. Had to use the brain a bit to figure out how to make it. Took 3 glue ups. Wood is black walnut and hard maple. End grain construction. Finished with food safe mineral oil. Tough to give this one away, but will make for a nice...
  11. Clocks

    Some more clocks I made while I had some spare time during glue- ups. I got idea from the Woodwhisper video on his web page, Thx Mark. 1. Black walnut with Maple splines and floating clocks base. 2. Paduak with maple splines and Cherry Floating Base. 3. Zebra wood with maple splines and...
  12. Brick Style Cutting Board

    A walnut and Maple cutting board 24" x 16" x 2" custom built for a customer.
  13. Brick Pattern End-Grain Cutting Board

    I made a beautiful brick pattern End-Grain cutting board out of maple, cherry and walnut. It was finished with a good soaking of mineral oil and then a final buffing of my mineral oil & beeswax mixture. Check out my video and or the web write-up on my website...
  14. The Wall

    Yesterday was my brother's an my 16th birthday. We are both huge Pink Floyd fans so I decided to make him this gift. I recreated an image from the Pink Floyd album: The Wall, into a real, wooden 3-D picture. It took somewhere between 35 and 45 hours to complete (I didn't keep close count) over...
  15. Wood Brick Frame

    As an aspiring woodworker, I've been wanting to take on a picture frame project. This was enjoyable in the combination of color and simple brick pattern. My brother Noah milled the pieces on the table saw. A selection of six different Minwax stains were employed and somewhat randomly arranged on...
  16. Brick wall boards for craft show

    This craft show tends to favor some of the less expensive, less sophisticated type stuff. Occasionally I'll sell a real deluxe piece but most of the crowd is looking for the lower priced but unique Christmas/Holiday present. I stayed away from the real tough boards this year like the 3D or...
  17. Christmas gifts 2013

    I finished these projects a while ago but forgot to take pictures before wrapping them. So you have all had to wait till today to get to see them. Anyway, here is my first cutting board. I'm pretty happy with how it turned out though I should have sanded it more as there are still a few machine...
  18. Mantel for fireplace

    Recently completed this for a friend. They have a mission style bungalow home. The bookcases were already in place beside the fireplace. They wanted the mantel to tie it together and hide some of the weirdness of the fireplace. I built a cardboard model first as it was very confusing to work...
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  20. Woodworking Skill Share
    I have some large trunk cross-sections "cookies" that I'm trying to dry to make a coffee table and end table. I'm about halfway through the drying process, and a fairly significant crack has started to form starting from one edge and reaching about 1/3 of the way to the center of the cookie. I...
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