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  1. Candy bowl for the graduate

    Patagonia Rosewood finished with O. B.'s Shine Juice
  2. Red Cedar Lidded Bowl

    This Red Cedar bowl is almost the last of a tree downed by the hurricanes of 2004. The bowl measures 6 inches high, including the finial, by 5 inches wide. It is finished with a clear satin lacquer. By a slow drying process I was able to preserve the pith of the tree. (the original center around...
  3. Spalted Southern Magnolia Pedestal Bowl

    This Bowl is made from a Southern Magnolia tree that was blown down in a storm. I was able to dry it slowly and save the pith and get a little spalting of the wood in the process. The bowl measures 6 1/2 inches wide by 5 3/4 inches high and has a satin lacquer finish and would make a great...
  4. Winged Walnut Bowl

    This bowl is made from a piece of walnut I brought back from TN. It is 13 1/2 inches long by 7 1/2 inches wide. At its highest point it is 2 1/4 inches high. I tried to leave bark on the edges but it didn't stay on. The bowl is 5 inches in diameter by 2 inches deep. There were two insect holes...
  5. Walnut man dish! That my wife claimed

    A buddy of mine gave me some walnut cut offs, so I made this for him, but my wife fell in love with it so it's going on her desk at work.
  6. Cedar Bowl With Natural Base

    I'm down to the last pieces of cedar from hurricane Mathew. So I have to make them all count! I left imperfections in the finish to match the base. Also because cracks will appear when it's fully dry (a look I love). Turned, sanded to 240, and finished with one coat of my shine sauce. When...
  7. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    As you can see I need a lot of advice. I just got my new Delta Fence installed and the tables set up the way I want them but I don't know the best way to place the following items. Most things can be moved but a few I would rather not due to the amount of work involved. Those are the Table Saw...
  8. Wood & Lumber
    I frequently transport heavy materials in my truck bed that stick past the tailgate and want to make some supports to take some of the load off the tailgate. Tailgates are known to buckle if overloaded and I want to prevent that if possible. I'm looking at using fir or yellow pine #2 or better...
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