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  1. Eagle Intarsia

    This project is an instarsia piece called "A Furious Lady!" The pattern is by Annja Starett and is featured in the March 2010 Creative Woodworks & Crafts magazine. The pieces were cut on a scroll saw. The woods are: aspen, balsa, western red cedar, sycamore, lacewood, ebony, yellow heart...
  2. Maple Pencil Holder

    This is the last maple pencil holder that I finished up last week. I built a set of 10 pencil holders over the last few months. I put out a video episode on these pencil holders back in April.
  3. Go-Rilla Ring

    Well, the contest stated that Gorilla glue must be used. I kinda took it to an extreme. Other than the glue itself, the only other ingredient is different kinds of sawdust. Yeah, sawdust. I had three flavors to choose from. a) Very fine walnut dust from the sander. b) Table saw rip curls of...
  4. Sharpening Stone Holder

    I made a simple stone holder for my water stone. It was glued together and nailed, but after couple years later It fell apart. I believed the wood is Pine. Which is horrible wood for this. I knew nothing years ago. So I install dowels and glue, clamp together. For finish, I've used oil based...
  5. MDB - Magen David Board

    After a long time of no shop time I finally was able to put together several short sessions to get this one made. I finally feel like a real LJ! During school I always doodled, and esp. in math/physics classes I used to play along with the squares in the notebooks. In particular I used to draw...
  6. From Pallet to Coffee Table

    This project was dual purpose, 1-make a coffee table for my grandma-in-law, 2-enter in the glue only contest. I also like to reuse wood, so I found a nice pine pallet up the road (about a 5'x12' pallet). There was a lot of work and some new trial and errors I had to go through. Every piece of...
  7. Gorilla glue bit rack

    Little things can make a big difference. I didn't have a good system for storing bits for my Dremel tool. This is made from red oak scraps. An hour and a half well spent. I rough cut the blank on the bandsaw, and cleaned it up with a plane. Drill presses are made for jobs like this. I...
  8. First Ever Inlay - Wooden Dog Pendants with Gorilla Glue

    I had no idea what I wanted to do for this challenge when I first heard about it. I just knew that I wanted to start participating more in the community so I'd feel more connected and less like a young person cut off from all the usual wild young person activities. I'm pretty new in general to...
  9. Amazing Grace Cross

    "Amazing Grace" Cross done on the scroll saw. My future mother-in-law is a devout catholic. Lately I've been showering her with gifts like this…..only because I've gotten the scroll saw bug (not for brownie points)......well maybe. :) I started out with a piece of maple and a piece of walnut...
  10. Naughty Knot

    No Metal at all, Oak, Walnut, Cherry?(Pallet), Ash?(Pallet). As with My other Projects so Far Made Mostly with Pallet Wood. 2 years later & still going strong, All that holds this together is Gorilla Glue & Dowels
  11. challenge10, rustic Apple and Lilac - Armchair

    Frame made of 70yr old Lilac. Seat, back, seat and arms made of apple. No screws or nails were used, its mortise and tenon for the frame with original gorilla glue. The seat and back are...
  12. Small Tool Tote For My 5 Year Old Woodworker.

    I recently bought my 5 year old her first set of (Real) tools so she needed a tool tote to carry them in. I started with a 4 foot by 8 inch board and ended up with a tool tote that is 16 X 8 X 8 inch. It is assembled with only Gorilla Glue and clamps. I also added a wooden 1/4 inch dowel into...
  13. Scary Sharp meets Gorilla Strong

    I needed a very flat, hard surface to perform my current version of "scary sharp" for my chisels and my few (for now) plane blades. I am currently using 3m Trizact 5" film as my sharpening media. Since I have a small garage shop / man cave, I needed something just the right size to hold up to...
  14. Meat Mallet

    For the contest: The mallet head is salvaged oak 3 pieces 3/4 X3X4 glued together with white Gorilla Glue to make a block that measures 2X4X3 the handle is 2 scrap pieces of maple left over from my horizontal morticer glued together with the white Gorilla Glue that I then turned on the lathe the...
  15. School Walnut & Maple Bench

    My daughter's school has a bench near the front office where they attach small engravings to the top rail as teachers and staff retire. They include the person's name and the dates they worked at the school. The top rail of that bench is now full, and with 6 more retirees this year they asked me...
  16. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Hi all, I received an inquiry from a friend for a project for his mom's kitchen. Basically she wants a large maple, end grain butcher block to cover a glass stove top that is recessed into the kitchen counters. The requested dimensions are roughly 2" x 25" x 37". The purpose is to have the...
  17. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Im in the need for a new table saw. My last one i bought was a used Delta…i now know why i got it so cheap…anyways im looking for a good dependable table saw…I would like to keep it under $350 at least..
  18. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I have a Craftsman 113.299040 table saw. Bought it used. Didn't fully check it out when I bought it. It ran smooth, seemed lined up by cursory exam, but I didn't use my gauge to check the squareness of the blade to the table or the fence to the blade. I've discovered that the blade has a bit...
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