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  1. burl and penny

    burl and penny
  2. How To Make Tongue and Groove Doors With A Table Saw

    A quick and cheap way to change the look of a kitchen is to just change the cabinet doors. I recently took on a job to make new cabinet doors for a relatives kitchen. It ended up being 21 cabinet doors and 4 new drawers. Cheap pine was used to keep the cost down as this was a budget project. To...
  3. replicated vanity doors

    This was a weird but pretty neat project for me. My client had a corner cabinet made 15 years ago and kept it in storage until they had a place to put it. Weird having something made without a home for it but they had a bathroom added in their house and wanted to use the cabinet there. What they...
  4. walnut and sycamore sideboard

    small sideboard in walnut with sycamore door panels and drawer fronts. doors hung with soss hinges. drawers are half blind dovetail fronts with poplar sides and backs. drawers are hung on 1/2" side runners .
  5. coffet table

    I had this Walnut live edge board for a long time. The problem with this board is that it was 7 inches narrow on one end. So this is how I solved that issue. The ends are purple heart all grain running in the same direction.
  6. Face Frame Cabinet Doors

    I built some cabinet doors and face frame to access more cabinet space, especially the far left cabinet door. This was a fun yet challenging build for me, as my skills are not that advanced. I used the Kreg concealed hinge jig to set the soft close hinges. It worked great. All in all, I...
  7. Cabinet with 100% DIY sliding doors

    I'm not a big fan of sliding doors, but I wasn't on the mood to mess with hinges, etc., Especially where this cabinet is supposed to go, which is on the wall above a closet door. (The opening salvo of my war on clutter.) The cabinet itself is boring, but I thought the doors might be of...
  8. Glass inserted Doors (panel removal)

    I had a customer that wanted to take some pre-existing recess panel doors from their kitchen and remove the recess panel to except a decorative glass panel. Here's how I did it. 1st I set up the table saw so that I could cut into the back side of the door precisely were the dado was that held...
  9. Cheese Board

    This is an order from a co-worker as a present to his wife on their 25th Anniversary. He was very specific in the size, thickness and style of the board - which made my job pretty easy! I wanted to give him a nice sample of different types of wood that I work with all the time. The wood used...
  10. Jewelry Box's in Walnut & Purple Heart

    and more christmas presents
  11. Free Guitar Hangers

    I got tired of my instruments sitting around in cases, so I made some wall hangers for them. I used some of the osage orange I milled a while ago and some pallet wood I had sitting around. I put stain on the pallet wood (the same stain I used on my desk) and poly over the whole thing. This was...
  12. Hard Rock Maple Sitting Benches

    These two benches were a commission from a customer that are used in a foyer outside an office area. First picture is of the completed benches with finish applied. The second picture shows the hardwood clip fasteners that I made, to allow for wood movement, to attach the seat the second shows...
  13. Kids Tool Box And Tools

    Everything I learned about woodworking I learned from my dad and even to this day I still call him when I need help even though I'm a 1000 miles away. When I was about 5 yrs old I got a kids woodworking tool set for Christmas and I vividly remember working in the shop with him using my "tools"...
  14. First Carvers Mallet

    My first carvers mallet. I have always wanted to make one and having some 16/4 hard maple lying around I finally had a go at it. I am pleased with how it turned out. This was sanded with 220 on the lathe and then I hit it with some steel wool (also wile on the lathe). I am not sure how to...
  15. Cabinet doors

    I finally got enough time to finish the cabinet doors and drawer fronts I was doing for a friend. I had already delivered the bathroom drawers and door, just had to finish building the kitchen. In total, he has 15 doors and 18 drawer fronts. Next up is another kitchen, but that one will have...
  16. Recycled trash and recycle bin

    We needed a better trash can than what we had and we needed a place to store recyclables. I had been tossing around several ideas, then it hit me…..I can make a recycled recycle bin! I am lucky enough to have a few building materials recycling places around town. I went to one we have called...
  17. Jeffersonian Stacking Book Boxes

    Here's the next project on my personal 'furniture of necessity' list: a book case. This book case is actually made up of four dovetailed boxes. I got the idea from the Monticello stacking book boxes from Popular Woodworking magazine and an old episode of The Woodwright's Shop. Thomas Jefferson's...
  18. Router Bit Storage corrosion

    While this is not made of wood, it is for woodworking. I had made router bit storage of wood, or wood by-products. Today I discovered what a mistake that was. Corrosion! Storing router bits should not be made of material that is sensitive to moisture, or humidity. I had made mine of some...
  19. kitchen playset

    For my little girl's christmas present - she loves playing with these! Pine, with store-bought plywood discs, turned (cherry? birch?) knobs, and steel bowl. linseed oil and wax finish. Designed following a general waldorf scheme, but with my own personal style on the curved casework, shelves...
  20. Cabinet Doors

    present for my wonderful mother-in-law. My first try at any type of door ! turned out pretty good. Wish I had paid more attention to grain pattern on the recess though….
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