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  1. Bandsaw Bowls

    These are two bandsaw bowls, the first of which is 8 and 1/2 inches in diameter and 3 and 1/2 inches tall. It was made from one block of wood 9 inches by 9 inches and 3/4 inch thick. The woods are purpleheart, bubinga, canary, padauk, walnut, and ash. It is made up of sixty pieces and is...
  2. Lidded Bowl

    This is a lidded bowl with a 6 and 1/4 inch diameter and a height of 7 inches. It is made from walnut, padauk, and ash. It is made from 151 pieces. One diamond peak section is comprised of 10 pieces. The finish is polished water varnish.
  3. Bandsaw Bowl and Plate

    This is a bloodwood bandsaw bowl and plate to match for my wife, red being her favorite color. The bowl is 13 inches in diameter and 4 and 1/2 inches tall. The plate is 13 inches in diameter and 1 inch thick. The finish is polished water varnish. The bowl was made from one board 13 inches...
  4. Puzzle Box

    This is a puzzle box made from bloodwood; the letters are made from ebony with an accent of yellowheart. The box is 5 inches by 9 inches and 2 and 3/4 inches tall. It is made with sliding dovetails and a locking pin. The finish is satin water varnish, and I lined the bottom with black velvet...
  5. Segmented potpourri bowl

    I took a page from Trifern and tried dying some wood. The wood is curly maple and is dyed with aniline dye. The finish is wipe on polyurethane and finished with 3 coats of lacquer. The bowl measures 3" tall and 5" in diameter.
  6. Open Segmented Bowl

    This open segmented bowl measuring nine inches in diameter and seven inches in height is made from padauk, walnut, and ash. It also casts interesting shadows when lit from within. Finish is polished water varnish.
  7. Compound Cut Butterfly

    This was a pattern for a compound cut that I bought from Sue Mae. I used a 2×2 in block of cedar board, and sprayed glue on the pattern and fastened it to the board. Then I cut one part of the pattern out and taped it back to together, and cut the other part of the pattern out on the other...
  8. First Grand Baby - Chip Carving

    A simple chip carving for my daughter-in-law and my first Grand baby! 11" x 7". Painted black and then sanded down before carving. Allornothumbs up here!
  9. DYED BOWL

    Dyed anouther bowl , curly maple 3" tall and 5" in diameter. Dyed with aniline dye finished with 3 coats of wipe on poly and 3 coats of lacquer.
  10. Bandsaw Bowl

    This is another bandsaw bowl that I made for my mother's birthday. The woods are purpleheart, bloodwood, bubinga, paduak, walnut, and the accent lines are ash. The finish is polished water varnish.
  11. Game Chip Holder

    I made this case to hold a set of custom poker chips for a game that my wife and I play. If any of you have played "Power Grid", you'll probably agree that working with the paper money included with the game can be a bit of a hassle. I made the poker chips using cheap blanks and some mailing...
  12. Lidded Bowl

    This bowl is made of mostly purpleheart, my favorite wood. The other woods are bloodwood and ash. I enjoyed the challenge of making the zigzag design. The bowl measures 5 inches tall and 7" in diameter. The finish is polished water varnish.
  13. Subdivision notice board

    Neighbors wanted a classier way to post notices rather than just sticking them up on a stake. So I made one that matched the entrance to the subdivision. while I don't have a picture of the first notice it went up today.
  14. Wine Bottle Holders

    Another wine bottle holder design. This one is bloodwood and wenge , the others are purpleheart and yellowheart, bloodwood,walnut and maple, and I agree they make great gifts.
  15. Red Oak Entertainment Center

    I built this for my boss out of Red Oak ply. The joints are all dadoed and I did the raised panel cab doors on my TS. The biggest challenge were the doors as they were the first cabinet doors I ever attempted to build. I wasn't sure how they would turn out, but I'm happy and my boss is happy...
  16. Commissioned business sign.

    This was a sign that I made in trade for an very good wooden hand plane. If you are in the need for wooden planes go to http://knight-toolworks.com. You can't go wrong with his. Enjoy.
  17. Chip carved plates

    These are a few plates that I carved for fun. I chose these plates to show you three different ways that a chip carving can be finished, natural, stained, and painted.
  18. Boxes for Christmas

    These are some of the boxes I have built and had around the house; I put them as a collection to show the different colors I've worked with.. The boxes are quite simple but the exotic woods make them interesting. The padauk box has a walnut top with curly maple inlay. The canary box has a...
  19. Tri-Peaked Bowl

    I saw this design and decided to give it a try; I glued up some scrap wood and turned it. The finished shape looked good so I stained it and covered it with three coats of polyurethane varnish. I plan to try turning one in purpleheart but have not found the time yet. Notice how the shape...
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