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  1. T.V. Chair

    I called this one my T.V. chair because the headrest looked like an old time T.V. set. It followed me around the country from Oregon To West Virginia and back before I finally finished it. It turned out Nicely. It is made from Oregon Myrtle and has red micro suede upholstery to compliment the...
  2. Chester Dining Chairs

    This is my Chester Dining Chair design. It gas a sweeping stretcher that forms into the back leg. It is a pain to make! It is all mortise and tenon joinery with accent dots for show. I would like to tweak the design a bit in the future, but here it is for now. enjoy. Hey look, the mythical me!
  3. Square base upholstered stools

    I had a client that liked my bar stools, but wanted a square base she saw in a picture and also wanted them upholstered. Using the photo I was able to build the base. Upholstering the seat would be easy, I would just build a plate for the backrest to go into like usual and then add a slip...
  4. Maple Sapele Occasional Chair

    This started out as a western big leaf maple side chair, one of 5 that I had cut up into parts years ago and stuck back in a corner waiting to get to. This is a shot of one of the original side chairs at a show in Roseburg Oregon called "Sticks and Strands" that featured woodworks and...
  5. Blogs
    Going Pro as a Woodworker Part 3 - Developing Your Brand Some of the most talented people in the world work in complete anonymity. If they are lucky after death somebody discovers their work and it becomes something of value. A professional should receive re numeration for their work and money...
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