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  1. Traditional Oilstone Holder

    I decided to make a traditional holder for my Norton medium India stone (8"x2"x1") after watching Bill Carter talking about oilstones on YouTube. After searching the internet for other examples, I merged all the elements that I liked into my design. It features a pitched roof, opposing chamfers...
  2. Dovetail Chiseling Mallet

    When you don't have $50 to spend on a beautiful, professionally made, dovetail chiseling hammer, make one for yourself! Visit your local Home Depot, go to the lumber section and seek out the discount lumber rack. Find an oak 2×4 painted green on the ends, because green means they are $0.51 each...
  3. Cypress & Walnut Triangular Side Table

    Saying that I LOVE this table would be a HUGE understatement! It makes me smile every time I glance at it while sittin' in my favorite comfy chair… it is my woodporn! The design came about simply cuz I needed a side table to butt up against a living room wall so that my big chair could be angled...
  4. Five Refrigerator Magnets

    I turned these out of 5 pieces of hard maple burl that I could not throw away. They are random shapes that I could get out of the small pieces but one has a little more work. It is a flying saucer shape with 6 holes drilled in it and filled. They are finished with EEE and Shellawax. The 4th...
  5. Blogs
    Canasta These images document some of the process of my most recent completed project which was a reliquary dedicated to my Mother. The requirement for this project was to design and make a Reliquary utilizing a door and a drawer. Our warm up project was to fit a drawer with half blind...
  6. Blogs
    Why I needed a workbench, planning the project and getting materials. Hello everybody I've been lurking here for a while now, and since I just finished my first big build this weekend I figured I'd make a post to showcase the process and some of the mistakes I made. I've been wanting to get...
  7. Blogs
    Dovetailing a box Hello, In this blog I spend almost 40 minutes in four videos explaining how I cut dovetails. Since I give most of the explanations in the video, I will not repeat them in writing. There are multiple ways you can use these videos: 1. See how somebody else is cutting...
  8. Hand Tools
    Yes, I have searched and read the many "what mallet do you use" and DIY mallet threads on LJ, including the mother-of-all mallet threads - "Mallets of your dreams" (http://lumberjocks.com/topics/42130). However, I have noticed that the subject of using WHAT HAMMERING TOOL for WHAT KIND OF WOOD...
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