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  1. Dutch Style Cheese Press

    A Dutch style cheese press I made for one of my other hobbies, cheesemaking. Materials: Maple - Main Structure Cherry - Pegs HDPE (aka cutting board material) - Platform The only metal in it is the bolt & wingnut that hold the lever arm to the presser. It has a 4X mechanical advantage...
  2. Cheese Slicer / Serving Board

    Made another batch of Cheese slicers a month ago for an Art Market along with some Post Office Door Banks. This Cheese Slicer is made with Wenge, Hard Rock Maple and the dividing strips are Cherry. These, again, are designed after ones that have been posted here on LumberJocks and my last...
  3. Arrows - Bread / Cheese Serving Board

    Today's goal was to start turning all of my scrap into things… For my first project, I decided to do a variation on Spalm's Feathers Board... which I've loved from the moment I saw it. It's roughly 18" x 18" x .75", and there's maple, walnut, and mahogany in there. Unfortunately, I didn't...
  4. Big Maple Chopping Block

    For a customer that needed a chopping block big enough for a center piece in their wine cellar. It is made from Hard Maple. Glad we had a fork lift for this one!!!
  5. Diamonds

    This serving board is a little simpler than the last one. I started out making a very basic cutting board but just couldnt keep from adding more details as I went along. Its an illness :-) I find that making these is a good way to try out new ideas and hone my basic shop skills. If I dont like...
  6. Guitar boards

    Have a couple of friends who play guitar, one was moving out of town so thought this would be an appropriate farewell gift. Made after seeing LJ crossroads boards http://lumberjocks.com/projects/159562 Mine is a version of the Fender Strat Guitar #1 - marble wood, leopard wood, maple, walnut...
  7. Stairway to Heaven boards

    Here are a couple variations of Steve's stairway boards. I didn't do much differently other than change the stairway pattern between the two boards. Also, instead of staggering my glue-ups, I made mine square so I could get a little creative with the cut-offs. I call those in the third picture...
  8. Matching Cheese boards and coasters

    Had a bunch of small pieces from other projects that I wanted to use up. So I did. Guess I can use them for Christmas presents when the time comes.
  9. Face Grain Board (Cheese/Cutting/Bread/Serving?)

    Been a while since I've really spent any quality time in the shop, but the Christmas season took care of that. This is for my sister-in-law, who I drew for our Secret Santa exchange this year. They entertain friends rather often, and I started this thinking of it as a "cheese board," for...
  10. Butcher shop display

    My nephew works at a butcher shop and his boss asked me if I could make him some displays for his store …( I'd already made him some cutting boards that he was quite pleased with..) This is what I came up with….so now he can hang one over each types of meats/poultry/pork/fish that he carries...
  11. Bread Boards

    I'm in production mode now for the first show in August. These are bread boards made from scrap. Start to finish in 2 days. These I sanded to 320 and finished with mineral oil. The extra sanding really brings out the figure in the curly maple. Love these types of projects. No right or wrong...
  12. Cheese Board / Cutting Board

    I think that there is some interest for making cutting boards out there. Here is a small board that I've created. My wife finds these handy for small projects. I just made this one for my son, who already has a nice end grain cutting board. It's made from maple and black walnut. I finished it...
  13. Swiss Cheese Slicer

    6 inches by 9 inches. Maple with oil finish. Build instructions covered in a previous post. http://lumberjocks.com/projects/23762 Steve
  14. Footlong Sub Sandwich

    I made this footlong sub sandwich for a 2×4 contest that my woodworking association had this past weekend. I ended up winning a gift card to Peachtree Woodworking Supply. I had no idea how this would turn out when I started, which is one of the things I love about 2×4 contests. The tray and...
  15. More Cheese Boards (experiments in circles)

    Just a few more of these cheese slicers. For these I was goofing around with the compass amd circle jig. The argyle one was based on another cutting board project from my favorites list. Pretty sure I like that one the best. Nearly all of these had to be repaired with a splice and a dowel plug...
  16. Animal Christmas and cake /cheese decorations

    Animal Christmas decorations and people figures for cake decorations Every year my friend requests a different wild animal species for the tree, they also have a chameleon and a bittern. The mice were made for a wedding cheese stack (whole round cheese tower) they had instead of a cake. I've...
  17. Say Cheeeeeeese board :)

    Again gifts that we gave to families (in laws). These were inspired by members here, you can search it, so I want to thank those people for the inspiration. I only know darker wood which is walnut but I don't really know the green and white wood that I used. I just grabbed them from my files...
  18. Shabby Chic Market Stall Additions

    Local Farmers market fast approaching and decided to ramp up the display. All tables and easels made using local hardwoods with a calico wash. Should be one of the best looking stalls around! Front racks added to accommodate 6/7 12" boards. All comments welcome...
  19. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I have a Powermatic six inch jointer (PM 50) sitting in my shop. It needs knives and gibs and such for the head, as well as a motor, pulleys and a belt. Even if I went for the Helix head, I figure I could get it flying for $550.00. An alternative is, for one thousand, including tax and...
  20. Woodworking Skill Share
    I am new as you can tell from the title. I have begun collecting the tools I will need. I have a Grizzly 10 inch table saw, and a14 inch band saw, a Bosch 1617 router with an inexpensive table, and of course various hand tools and measuring sticks. I have never owened any of these power tolls...
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