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  1. 8x12 Shed

    So couple years ago I built this 12×8 shed when the bikes and mowers and shovels and rakes had taken over the garage and there wasn't any room for TOOLS! much less CARS! It was the first construction project from foundation to shingles for me. I had done interior work adding a bedroom and...
  2. Workshop Construction Progress

    Workshop Footage: 22' x 36' 792 Sq. Ft Skylights: x 6 2' x 4' Floor: Monolithic Slab Electrical: 240v x 2 (one circuit dedicated to dust collector) 110v circuits: 1 circuit to each wall. One 240v circuit in floor for Unisaw, One 110v circuit in floor...
  3. Hand Crafted Cow Horn Powder Horns Teaching a class at John Campbell Folk school Scrimshaw Art

    Project: Powder Horns Materials: Wood, Cow Horn, Fine Silver, Brass, Steel, Ink, Wax The four horns shown in the first 6 profile photos are ones I built, three before the class, and a fourth during the class as a demonstration piece. FOR SALE: These three powder horns are for sale, you can...
  4. Custom Guitar for Josh: Quilted Maple, Twin Humbuckers, Burled Walnut Veneer, w/ Gold Accessories

    Custom Guitar: Six Sting Electric Solid Body guitar Specs: Body: Mahogany with Quilted Maple Veneer on the Face. Stained with Reddish/Brown dye stain, finished with stringed instrument lacquer. Neck: Mahogany neck with burled walnut veneer on Head Nut: Elephant Ivory Pickups & Hardware: Twin...
  5. Storage Shed/Barn

    I suppose this isn't really a "woodworking" project in the strictest sense of the word, but it's a project… made (mostly) of wood… Besides, it meets the primary definition of "woodworking project": something you spend far too much time and money designing and building yourself out of wood...
  6. The "Tree People" are almost done...

    It's a little past noon on day two of the removal of four trees and the clean-up of accumulated brush. I have not heard from the contractor yet to let me know that he does in fact have a permit. He reported that we have an O.K. from the Zoning People but there was a minor error in the drawings...
  7. More Pics

    All that is left is the stump grinding…
  8. Chicken Coop

    Chicken Coop. A-frame design with sliding drawers in nesting box for easy cleaning. Learned a lot from this project!
  9. Log home shell

    At the beginning of November, I left home to eat, live, breathe and dream sawdust and woodchips and to learn how to build a log home for the next 30 days. This was a dream come true. It was hard work, it was hot but it was all worth it as we completed a 8.6m x 6.4m shell which is to be used as a...
  10. Lumber Storage Shed

    There she is, all ready to start filling with cords of lumber!!!! I started on this towards the end of August with every intention of finishing by mid-September. A week or so into the build I found out I needed abdominal surgery - doh! All I could think of when the Doc told me not to lift...
  11. wood table and chair set for child just starting to walk and learning to sit.

    My nephew needed a table and chair set to sit at as he is starting to walk using furniture to get around to keep his balance. The chairs are at the right height for a 8 month boy to start out with. he has a brother on the way so that is why I made two chairs. These were my own design. I looked...
  12. My Biggest Project Ever

    My shop is squeezed into 20' x 20'…. A lot has happened in my life since I had that shop. I sold my house, bought some land, had a new house built. I had to put all of my tools into storage for a year while the house was built, but in doing that I have had the opportunity to build my dream shop...
  13. Arbor Inn - Bottle Stopper

    John and Deb at the Arbor Inn in Prescott Wisconsin have been a really great host when my wife and I have gone there, three trips and counting. So to add to the colorfull and fun Wine tasting I made this Bottle Stopper for them to use. Locally you can see the Bald Eagles on the river, either...
  14. 1998 Barn

    This 12 ft. by 16 ft. Barn was constructed in 1985 for Storage. On the right side is yard equipment and on the left side I store some of my lumber. Inside storage is plywood and household goods and junk. A green metal roof was added a few years later to match the main House.
  15. A gambrel shed for my back yard, or maybe it's a shop . . . hmmmm.

    I've always wanted to have a shed in the back yard ever since we bought our house some eleven years ago. This last summer I decided I could not wait any longer and prioritized it higher on the list of stuff to get done. I started with an image in my mind of what I wanted it to look like: a...
  16. Clock made by my grandfather

    This clock was made by my grandfather, who was the inspiration that got me into woodworking. It is a 5 story building (7 layers altogether) with a clock in the tower. The front doors are hinged and can be opened and closed. He plans to put small lights (possibly clear christmas tree lights)...
  17. The Studio

    If you have been following the story you will know that the deal was I could have a wood shop only if it was used to build a replacement garage and studio. (you are all familiar with that sort of conversation I am sure) Anyway the deal was done. We didn't do the concrete base or the metal...
  18. Torsion Box Tablesaw / Router Table

    This is my new tablesaw built from 5/8" MDF in a Torsion Box design. It is 72" x 72" x 4"and has built in cabinets for my DeWalt Planer and Delta Joiner for easy access. The table is covered in Formica for a nice smooth surface. The saw sits on a 3/4" plywood platform that has 4x jacking...
  19. Swing set Kit yes but

    When we moved into our current home we promised the kids we would put something in the corner of the yard for them. This is what was decided on. Yes it was a kit from Sam's C. but I built it all by myself. It took me just over 17 hours to build. At the store they said it took the 2 guy crew...
  20. Nook for my family...

    Hey y'all! This built-in was a blast to design and build! My family needed seating for our teeny tiny kitchen so creating a board and batten banquette was at the top of my to-do list. Clocking in at two weeks (worked on it intermittently while watching my adorable toddlers) & $150 bucks...
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