LumberJocks Woodworking Forum banner

Discussions Showcase Albums Media Media Comments Tags Marketplace

21-40 of 73 Results
  1. Canary wood with leftover tumbling block

    If I ever think about selling boxes as a paying hobby, I will think back to this box and it will stop me dead in my tracks. In the past, I have been able to scrap up wood from here and there so that I don't have too much money into each box. BUT, On this box I purchased the wood from one of them...
  2. End Grain Chopping Block

    For this Chopping Block I used Canary wood and Wenge. It is a great combination. It is quite heavy and has a wonderful grain pattern. for this I used a more robust cut-out for lift.
  3. Jewelry Box

    This is a jewely box I made for a paying customer. He asked me 2 weeks before Christmas to make it so he could use it to present a new wedding ring set to his wife. Nothing like waiting to the last minute! The box is made of canarywood and wenge.
  4. bubinga/sitka spruce/maple hammered dulcimer

    Made from plans. 66 strings. Bridges made from canary wood. Maple innards with 1/4" bubinga laminate (sides) and solid bubinga front & back. Sitka spruce top made from a 7/4 board 40" long & resawn. I will eventually make gothic rosettes for the soundholes. Video of its sound here:
  5. Canary wood vessel

    Canary wood vessel with rosewood base and finial lid
  6. small box, purple heart pegs, canary wood

    A gift for a friend. A mix of walnut, yellowheart, and purpleheart. The top is canary wood. I made the lid last. If I'd have known how good the canary wood was going to turn out I would have probably used it throughout. The end sides are pretty thick walnut. I made some purpleheart dowels...
  7. Another Keepsake/Document Box

    This is another Keepsake Box for one of the Grandaughters and it will be given as a gift this Christmas. The box measures 360mm x 250mm x110mm high and is made from Australian Rosewood and finished with Scandavian oil and then waxed. The lid insert is bookmatched English Elm Burr and all the...
    box
  8. Walnut caterpillar

    I thought I would make a small little caterpiller as a gift for my wife. This was fun as well as easy to do. I just glued up some walnut, canary wood & yellowheart & started carving. I added some rollie pollie eyes, some bent finishing nails, (I found a good use for what might have been...
  9. Walnut/ Honey Locust Kitchen Table

    I have a love for building table, I don't know why…but I am drawn to their beauty. I decided to build a kitchen table that can be used for the obvious (to eat at), as well….extra counter space, sewing table, or any other reason that would require a large space that I could stand at. I fell in...
  10. Canary Wood bowl

    Canary Wood, Non-lathe bowl #6
  11. Bobbin, bobbin,whose got the bobbin!

    A Knot like no other This piece of Brazilian Cherry had been standing proudly alone for quite sometime in front of my small exotic woods bin. I wouldn't use it, on several occasions for other projects, I had picked it up and admired the singularity of its' shape. I knew always that it was one...
  12. A Secret Compartment

    A Secret Compartment This piece of Brazilian Cherry had been standing proudly alone for quite sometime in front of my small exotic woods bin. I wouldn't use it, on several occasions for other projects, I had picked it up and admired the singularity of its' shape. I knew always that it was one...
  13. still learning

    Fellow LJ Trifern inspiered! (his stuff is soooo cool) This is my first experiment with wood die. I purchased a green dry die from Rockler 1oz for 12 bucks. I am not at all completly happy with the way it turned out but at the same thyme I am very happy with the way it turned out. The species...
  14. Canary Wood Keepsake Box

    A1Jim suggested I do a blog about how I did the dovetails on my Spalted Mango Box. Here's the finished box I made while writing that blog. It's made from Canary Wood with Jarrah for the corners and handle. Finish is shelac and wax. Size is 4"x6"x10".
  15. Canary wood picture frames

    Two 8×10 photo frames as an anniversary gift for my wife made out of canary wood used from a previous project. I almost changed my mind mid project and made two boxes after splitting the boards open and really liking the look of the grain wrapped as a box, but already had my heart set on picture...
  16. A gift of the heart

    Hello all, here is the last thing I can make for Christmas this year. This is a present for my better half. This started as a chunk of walnut ( about 2" thick) that i've been holding onto for that special project. Well what better than a gift for the wife huh? I cut out the main body with my...
  17. Canary wood Box

    Here is another crazy box ideas of mine which was a colossal learning experience and another test of my patience. This is a small 4" square box made from canary wood and walnut. I bought the canary wood and just threw it up on my shelf, one of those that is pretty but don't know what the hell I...
  18. Christmas Picture Frames

    This year I built picture frames for my family. Ten in total, most of which are Claro Walnut with African Mahogany strips and mitre keys. The two double frames are Claro Walnut and Canary wood. All of these have custom fasteners and pegs to stand the frame upright made from Red Oak. All are...
  19. Fairy Christmas ornament

    I forgot to show you all my first real scroll saw project. This is just a little fairy I made out of canary wood for our Christmas tree. She is about 5" high and finished with tung oil. Simple really , well thanks for looking. Merry Christmas Lumber Jocks!
21-40 of 73 Results
Top