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  1. A Chair

    What can I say I have been in love with this chair design even before I received my latest book The Furniture of Sam Maloof, and to my enjoyment and a little bit of a tease there is a picture of this chair in this book. So after much searching I have about 3 pictures to reference and some rough...
  2. Sculpted trestle coffee table #3

    This is now the 3rd table of this design with each being different in there own way, this time we lost the center divider to allow one large cubby, to use as a stash for magazines, games and remotes. Standard Dimensions - Length 49'' - Width 30'' - Height 17'' You can have a look in my...
  3. Canadian Lumberjacks

    Just completed this set of three Canadian Lumberjack bottle stoppers. Basswood, acrylic paint, about 4 inches tall. The Silicone cork is recessed about 3/4 inch into the base of the carvings. Claude
  4. Woodworking Mallet, Thor-Style

    Woodworking mallet crafted for a friend. Multiple species of wood with several laminations. Canadian Hard Maple, Red Oak, and several exotic species make up this mallet.
  5. Rocking chair - Walnut & Zebrawood

    Inspiration 2.0 - Walnut and Zebrawood #3 This sculpted rocking chair is built from 2'' Canadian Black Walnut and Zebrawood accented with Ebony plugs. This is a medium version ( 5' 5'' - 5' 11'' ) but with a headrest that has been raised by 1''. First the leg/headrest design borrows more form...
  6. A few new pens for your liking.

    Here are a few new pens I have turned and used a CA finish. The first in chrome is purpleheart with yellowheart. Second is made from a wine barrel from a local winery. Third is from Canadian oak on a cross cut and the fourth is Cocobolo. I love making these.
  7. Alice wonderland cutting boards and some stripes

    The 2 large boards are built with cherry, walnut and purple heart We built these a few months ago, but was not happy just the mineral oil finish, it made the purple heart really brown really close to the walnut )-: I finally decided to try Watco butcher block finish, it actually builds a...
  8. Military Home sign

    My son is an officer in the Canadian Military (Major). He and his family recently left Ottawa for a posting to another CF base in Ontario. He and his wife requested that I carve a hanging sign to display their various postings and the dates associated with them. Carved in Hickory… base coat of...
  9. Double rocking chair - Lacewood & Walnut

    This sculpted rocking chair is built from 2'' quarter-sawn Brazilian Lacewood and Canadian Black Walnut accented with Ebony plugs. For this chair we laminated walnut to the top and underside of the solid lacewood seat. When hand craved on the top the lacewood gets exposed to reveal it's...
  10. Griffon Table

    This sculpted side table was designed by us but heavily influenced by the style and joinery techniques of Sam Maloof. Built from solid Walnut, all joints have been reinforced. The legs and table support have been sculpted into a main center post. This table can be built to any dimensions...
  11. Custom rocking chair - Zebrawood and Walnut

    This sculpted rocking chair is built from 2'' Canadian Black Walnut and Zebrawood accented with Ebony plugs. This is a large version ( 5' 11'' - 6' 2'' ). This chair has 2 unique features that make it stand out even next to one of our other rocking chairs. First the leg/headrest design borrows...
  12. Penny holder

    Well. The reason why I made this is because, on February the 4th, 2013, the Canadian Mint said they'll stop circulating pennies! That's right! NO PENNIES! So obviously, It was worth saving ONE penny, and sending the rest back into stores for them to send them to the mint. Specs: The wood I...
  13. Ebony & Walnut - Custom rocking chair

    This sculpted rocking chair is built from 2'' Canadian Black Walnut and Ebony also accented with Ebony plugs. This is a large version ( 5' 11'' - 6'2'' ). The leg/headrest design borrows more form the Maloof design with legs extending like horns and with a more stylized bottom curve to the...
  14. Cherry Simple Rocker

    This is a Cherry Simple Rocker designed by Scott Morrison Good design and very straight forward to build Features: Flexiable grain matched back braces Hand sculpted seat Ebony accent plugs The changes I made was to use 3 screws in the head rest and we left a reveal on the front and back of...
  15. Double rocking chair - The Hand Holder (-:

    This chair was built using 2'' QTD Lacewood with Ebony plugs, it is based off the design of Hal Taylor large but adapted to seat 2 people. The chair features: Coopered Headrest Form fitting flexible back braces Hand sculpted everything Hand rubbed oil finish Bent lamination - rockers and back...
  16. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    They have a coupon on-line to get 1/3 off all power tools this week. Just thought I would pass on the good news. Count up your Canadian Tire money :-)
  17. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    The History of Canadian Military Involvement in World Conflicts can be read, here. http://www.vac-acc.gc.ca/content/feature/week2007/vignette/thevignette.swf Each year, Canada marks Veterans' Week from November 5 to 11. Veterans' Week is a time to honour and remember all those who served...
  18. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Anyone have personal experience with the StumpyNubs or other DIY 3-wheel bandsaws for which plans are available? I'm specifically interested in: - Is it vibration free and solid? - Is it precise (drift, ability to follow a line, smooth curves, etc.)? - Does it hold settings once tuned? I'll be...
  19. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Has anyone gotten their hands on Bosch's new corded oscillating tool? Link to Bosch's site is here I can't find much about it except that it certainly seems bigger and better than the dremel and the cordless bosch version. Long story short, my "honey do" list exploded recently and I need to...
  20. Wood & Lumber
    Anyone know of a good place to buy Maple and Red Oak Cabinet grade plywood and the same in board lengths in the Rhode Island area? The stuff they have at Lowes and Home Depot is just junk. Unfortunatly the boards need to be planed on both sides to 3/4" thick since I don't have a planer. Thanks...
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