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  1. Crazy Quilt Segmented Bowl

    This bowl is about 9.5" in diameter and is about 3.25" tall. It was cut on the bandsaw from a blank made up of leftovers. A number of species are included: Maple, Padauk, Monterillo, Canarywood, and Mahogony. I intend this bowl to among the 4 I will be taking to the Jurying session of the...
  2. Canarywood Nesting Box

    Take a look at all of the pictures PLEASE. The cool part about this piece is what's inside. I had a core left over from another box project and decided to see what I could do. Since this was a core I had it in my mind about making things progressively smaller. As I cut out the core for the...
  3. Segmented Bowl

    In most instances the last thing you want is for all the joints to line up, both for appearance and strength. However, I thought if I used a different number of segments in each level and only lined up one set of opposite joints, the others which would not line up would provide an interesting...
  4. Inlaid Keepsake Box

    This is a keepsake box I made as a gift about a year ago. Made of all solid African mahogany, even the top and the bottom. The inlay is of canarywood and walnut. Splines are maple. I took the Woodwhisperer's design for the inlay. Used some nice Brusso hardware and a lock from Rockler, which...
  5. Design by Music

    I was asked by a woman to design a Cheese/Breadboard to the music of the band "Train" and this is what I came up with. Their music is honest, deep and some references to space, so the Black Walnut reminds me of the solar system and the different colors of the type of music in their songs. It is...
  6. Long Cutting Board

    I realized that it had been over a month since I had posted any projects. Well, we can't have that!! This is a long grain cutting board I made for my step mother for this last Christmas. It is about 10" wide and 22" long. It is about 3/4" thick. The woods, from the inside out, are Narra...
  7. Jewelry Box

    I made this jewelry box for my Wife for Xmas last year as she had asked for one since her old one was getting too full (what a problem to have right? he he). She loves Canarywood and I just happened to have a really nice 8/4 piece that was about 50"-60" long in my shop. It was really a colorful...
  8. Potter Fan Wands

    Here is a special request from a couple of Harry Potter fans. Personal magic wands. They are done in Canarywood and Cuban Mahogany with Swarovski crystals in the handle ends. They measure 5/8×5/8×10 1/2 long. They are fun to do. They will have to have them activated by someone else though… I...
  9. "Fall" & "Winter" Star Tables

    I finished this pair of small side tables a couple weeks ago. They're made of a number of 45-degree cut diamond shaped pieces that are all the same size (about 2 inches from point to point on the long side). The regularity of each piece and 45-degree angle naturally creates the 8-sided star...
  10. Another for the Box collection

    For the last number years I have been making boxes. Big boxes, little boxes, large boxes, small boxes and just plain weird boxes. I find making these very therapeutic for me. I give, let me rephrase, my wife gives a lot of them away. This is the latest creation to satisfy my obsession. The...
  11. More exotics finished

    Here are a few more exotics I worked up and finished. It's amazing at how different wood smells as you're working it. That bloodwood set smelled sort of like cinnamon. I wear a nice respirator when I work, so no worries in that area.
  12. Segmented Candy/Nut Bowls

    Both of these little bowls are about 6" in diameter and stand about 2" high. The first one is a mixture of Monterillo and Curupay with a Canarywood base. The second has a Curupay base and a body of Monterillo with Bloodwood accent strips. Finish is Tung Oil.
  13. Canarywood Bandsaw Box

    This is the third Bandsaw Box I have made, 2 more in the works. It is made of Canarywood I bookmatched to create the unusual top and I liked that everything lined up for it. 6 coats of spray poly preceded by a seal coat of shellac. The handle is made from a piece of Paduak and it bled some...
  14. Guitar Pick Box

    I have a friend who builds and plays guitars and lives in Nova Scotia , he ask me to create him a pick box. This is what I came up with. It`s made from 4 different kinds of exotic woods with a cow bone insert. I tried my hand at skrimshaw. Not exactly the way the pro`s do it, but it came out...
  15. Katana Display Stand

    I made this stand so that I would have an appropriate home for my katana (samurai sword). My main goal in the design was to highlight an interesting piece of wood underneath in the panel that forms the stretcher, since that is the most prominent part of it. I have a habit of buying planks of...
  16. Music stand

    I made this music stand for my son. Most of it came out of my scrap box, the little parts. The frame is .
  17. Bloodwood Segmented Candy/Nut Dish

    The base is Canarywood and the two Bloodwood layers use Maple and Satinwood separators respectively. I turned the Satinwood to expose the end grain for a little added interest The bowl is about 6.5" in diameter and about 2.5" tall. The finish is Tung Oil.
  18. More Deer Calls

    It is that time of year so I have been getting some grunt tubes turned. These are all exotic woods, canarywood, Yucatan rosewood and dalmata. Each one is 5 way adjustable for sound and I turn a urethane bushing for the reed set to sit in and hold the halves together.
  19. Exotic wood "Sampler" name keychains

    This is a great way to show off all those exotic scraps you've been saving. BECKY is Amboyna Burl, Pau Amarello, Purpleheart, Zebrano and Paduak woods on a Walnut substrate. I stock over 25 hardwoods of exotic and domestic origin, so there are always little bits that need rescue from the landfill.
  20. Brass ice cream scoop with a canary wood/resin handle

    Was cleaning out one of my cabinets and ran across the brass ice cream scoop kit. Not sure where I got it or how long it has been laying around but decided to make a handle for it. While at Rockler Woodworking I ran across a piece of canary wood that was cracked and had a big chunk missing...
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