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  1. Spoon caddy for the RV

    Saw a similar idea online and decided to just do it. This drawer with it's premade sections was just not working. Found a cut off of a piece of medium dark wood with a bit of curl to it (can't really see it in the finished piece, bummer). I believe it came from our trip to Virginia several years...
  2. The forks and knives get the treatment!

    I liked the spoon caddy so well I made caddies for the forks and knives. Used the off cuts from the off cut so even though the pieces have different coloring they are all from the same board. The knife block has sapwood and live edge on the front. Obviously(?) I wasn't really precise with the...
  3. Violin Scraper Caddy

    A while ago I made a set of violin maker's scrapers from a dollar store saw blade. They have been sitting in the tray from a package of Fig Newtons on my work table. I occasionally use them as I need to clean up areas on the violins and cellos that I repair. A few days ago I decided to make a...
  4. Bath Caddy (Rustic Style)

    I used spruce wood (1×4x8 and 1×2x8) for this project and used different types of items/tools like (nails, screws, chain, hammer and bolts) to make it rustic looking like barn wood by banging up the wood. For a how to video and free plans for this project click on Video Link: Check out my...
  5. Beer Caddy - 2020 Beer Swap

    For the 2020 LJ Beer Swab, I was given Keeble1's name. I looked around for some inspiration without success until my wife asked if I was planning on saving some scrap 2×4's I was pulling out from a small remodel. She said they just looked nicer than usual and assumed that was why I was pulling...
  6. Bath Caddy Book & Wine Holder

    I used 1×6x8 and 1×4x6 pine wood to make this bath caddy book & wine holder. For a how to video and free plans for this project click on Video Link: Check out my YouTube channel Rosewood59 for more projects and free plans! Check out my Website Rosewood59 for more projects and free plans...
  7. “A Different kind of Dusty Deputy Cart” Filter Box Upgrade/Sandpaper Tray

    Some of you may recognize this Dust Deputy Cart I built several years ago and passed on to a local member on the forum here who passed it on to another local woodworker… https://www.lumberjocks.com/projects/149634 While cruising the marketplace recently I saw it come up for sale and although I...
  8. treasure chest

    walnut and hickory
  9. Remote Control Tote

    It has been a while fellow Lumberjocks! I have not been idle however, just working away like a hyperactive elf. This little project came about out of necessity. My TV takes a remote, my DVD player takes a remote, the cable box has a remote, my Roku has one too. They are everywhere. They...
  10. Pancake air compressor cart

    My son told me we needed a cart to hold our pancake air compressor and associated tools. He found some examples here on lumberjocks. I wanted to make a fairly simple one. Once I got it built, I decided that it looked too plain and I wanted to jazz it up some. Being a Boise State University...
  11. Pallet woods Beer Caddy

    One of the few woodworks I've made with minimal hand tools I've got as a beginner. I know it's nothing special for you pros in here, but for me it is one of my few projects with hardly any tools and only Youtube instructions.
  12. Glue Caddy

    I was tired of finding glue bottles all over the shop and I figured a little caddy would be useful I truly used scrap wood for this little project. Let me see the sides are made of OSB, the base is pine and the end pieces are MDF, and handle is 1" dowel.
  13. Beer Totes

    Hello fellow Lumber Jocks. I decided to go with beer totes for my first post. For this build I used 1x cedar planks from the local big box. There were issues because the planks had a crown to them, and I do not have a planer, yet. Extra clamping was needed because boards were out of square...
  14. Walnut and Holly Beer Tote

    Sometimes a project strikes my fancy and I can't get it out of my head until I build it. Such was the case with this beer tote. The general idea of a box to carry six beer bottles is not original by any means, but my design was pretty unusual. This may be one of the oddest creations I've made...
  15. Marking Tool and Square Caddy

    I didn't like my squares being banged around on the workbench and also i kept losing pencils in the shavings so i built a caddy to keep them safe and also to keep all the marking tools handy. The ends, dividers and base are mahogany and the sides are cypre. The slots were outlined on the bandsaw...
  16. Quick Convert Tablesaw/Router/Miter Saw Caddy

    Just finished this Caddy/Station to help with my cramped garage. I downloaded the plans from Wood Magazine and added some extra tray supports so that my miter saw would be at the correct height for the outfeed wings to help when I'm cutting crown. This little station will be a help with...
  17. Stolen idea from LJ's.....again

    I made one of these out of cedar scraps for our patio. After a few parties, I was planing, cutting, glueing and pin nailing WAY more than I wanted to for friends and family. I guess it's the smell of sawdust and seeing the smiles that keep us going in this hobby. thanks for looking!!! --...
  18. Fly tying caddy, fly box

    Both projects made from cherry with natural stain and wipe on poly. Fly is a deer hair caddis.
  19. Calculator Caddy

    Continuing to add some of the fast projects I've done, this one is a calculator caddy for the TI-84 calculators in my math classroom. You did know I teach high school math, right? I'll spare you my anti-calculator rant…that Texas schools force our kids to use this 20 year old technology...
  20. Drink Caddy

    Drink caddy for decanter and 4 on the rocks glasses. Solid cherry with a lazy susan. 15" across 2 5/8" thick.
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