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  1. Projects Workbench/track saw cutting table

    I wanted a portable bench that could be used as a cutting table with the track saw. Some of the things I wanted with the bench was clamping ability, a vertical sliding fence and, a track saw track hinge mounting and support. I started with two Kreg Track Horses and then built a frame for the...
  2. Unique Keepsake Box from a Beginner Lumberjock

    Hi everyone, I finally finished my girlfriend's Hope Chest that I have been working on for the last several weeks. I knew I wanted to make a keepsake box for her for her birthday, so while I was in 'woodworking mode' I decided to go ahead and make a keepsake box for her. I used the leftover...
  3. Memorial Tee-Shirt Frame

    Frame is a 30" X 24" made of cedar. It's purpose is to put a tee-shirt that is signed by all the participants of the function and presented to the widow of the primary organizer. It's a memorial to the many years he co-ordinated the function.
  4. 11 Foot Grandy Lapstrake tender

    One of two Grandy tenders that I helped build this year. This one was christened "Pepito" by the owner. She is a beautiful traditional lapstrake or clinker built boat. Red cedar planking on White oak steam bent frames. Her backbone is made of Sapele as well as all interior joinery. Sitka...
  5. The next horizon coffee table

    I had seen something like this as wall art. It kinda reminded me of home. Also I had a lot of lumber with pinks and reds that made for a great sunset background.
  6. Timberjack style forwarder

    Ive always liked the timberjack styles along with the tigercats. Very aggresive looking. Here is somthing i came up with.
  7. Patio Table

    Made of cedar, size is 42×44 and stained a mushroomy color. The top is assembled with pocket screws. It has been used a few times and works as designed (lol). Thanks for looking.
  8. Hope Chest - My first 'real' woodworking project

    Here's the Hope Chest that I've been working on for the last several weeks for my girlfriend. Like the title says, this is the first real woodworking project that I've made. I've tinkered around a little in the past, but never made anything of substance. I never made any raised panels before...
  9. Dog feeding tray

    The first two pictures show a raised food / water tray that is used to contain the food in the box below. One of my neighbors removed an old painted fireplace mantle made of spruce. I sanded it then planed the wood to bring back the beauty. Wanting to use it for storage, I used Plexiglas and...
  10. North Pole Mailbox

    Thanks to Steve at Woodworking for Mere Mortals I made this wonderful mailbox for the children. His plans are great as well as the video's he produces. I'll make more for next year.
  11. Cabin Coat Rack

    This project started with my wife mentioning that she would like a coat hanger near the door at our cabin that we have in Michigan. Her though was……"get a pine board and put some hooks on it and we will have instant esthetics and function". She also knows me and how long it takes me to get a...
  12. Outdoor storage Chest

    Last weekend I finished an outdoor cedar chest for storing our patio cushions in. Simple box, mortised joints. The main panel of each side floats in a mortise. I left the side slats as wide as each board would allow instead of cutting them all the same width…seemed like a better use of the...
  13. "Guardians" Twin Log Bed

    This is a twin size log bed made from Eastern White Cedar. The headboard and footboard upright posts are 5"-6" diameter, the spindle are 3" dia. and the rest of the rails and crossmembers are 4" dia.. 2" x 2" Tenon and mortise as well as pocket hole joinery was used thoughout. I added a strip...
  14. Antique Ladder Replica build

    I came across this beautiful antique ladder design one day and it was a love at first sight. Simple lines, utilitarian approach with minimalistic wood usage. I just could not stop to admire the design. By the time I understood the folding mechanism and it's load capabilities I already decided to...
  15. Cedar Gate

    Finally a project that wasn't something for the shop. My wife insisted that a shed be placed to where she could not see it. Which meant on the side of our house where there was no access. So we had to put an opening in the wall and put a gate in. The gate is made form inland, western red cedar...
  16. Inner Beauty of a Cedar Log

    This was a unique project for me, in that, it was the first time that i started with a truly rough piece of lumber. The cedar log was found on some family property, belonging to my uncle. I wanted to do something nice for him to hang in his new cabin. This log presented an awesome...
  17. cedar patio furniture set

    Here is my first run of cedar patio furniture. I found the chair next to the dumpster in Estes Park, Colorado in good condition but in need of cushions. (picture 2) with cushions it was so comfortable that I had to make one!. I used Cedar and supported the cushions with rope. They are very...
  18. Gun display chest

    Okay first thing is this is a display chest, it's not made for locking up the guns. The reason why I say this is every time I build a chest or cabinet that involves gun storage there is always some one who try's to lecture me about gun safety. These are items I build for my customers with there...
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