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  1. Simple Coaster

    Simple coaster made from rift sawn cherry with sliding dovetailed feet.
  2. Flame birch and walnut coaster set

    A coaster set I made a few years ago, holding up great
  3. Coaster Set

    This is a coaster set I made recently to use some scrap wood. The coaster holder is walnut, the coasters are a variety of woods.
  4. Assorted Trinkets

    Generally the most sales of any crafts occur in the lower price range. People want to buy something as a gift or whatever, they just don't want to pay a lot of money. This assortment shown above attempts to keep that price zone sweet spot full for my shelves at the gift shop. The coasters were...
  5. Last Minute Gifts - Coasters

    I had a few shop days to spare before I take on another kitchen renovation in the New Year, so I knocked out some coaster sets as small gifts for family. Coaster species are the usual suspects on my lumber rack: hard maple, red oak, cherry, and walnut. The holders are cherry. Process for the...
  6. Picture box coffee table plus 6 coasters.

    I did this coffee table for a guy I had made a round top box for. He had seen some similar online and wanted his own personal touches to it. Like the Celtic knot designs and how many boxes and the size of them. He also wanted coasters to go with it with cork bottoms. So I built a couple and...
  7. Drinks on These

    Nothing new or fancy, just using up some scraps of walnut, cherry, and jatoba. These items sell quickly, good inexpensive gifts I figure. Fill some down time in the shop. 3-3/4" square, 3/8" thick, "juice grooves" routed in with a small round nose bit to keep wet glasses/cans from lifting the...
  8. All sorts of things here...

    Here are a few projects. 1. Maple and Mahogany Cutting Board Set: 15.5" x 11" cutting board with a 7.75" x 7.25" cheese/fruit board. Both just shy of 1.5" thick. Finished with butcher block finish by the Michigan Maple Block Co. 2. Afromosia Coasters: 4" x 4" x .5" with a grooved top. 3 coats...
  9. Coasters

    I made these a while ago, but forgot to post them. I made three, and gave the better two away before i could take pictures of them. The pieces of the one pictured slipped out of alignment during glue-up. They are made from padauk and maple. Finished with some sort of oil-varnish blend that is...
  10. Scrap Wood Coasters/ Drink Mats

    I posted this project over on YouTube back on Wednesday so apologies if you have seen it already. Anyways, here are some coasters which I made out of scrap wood, be sure to watch the video! Also, here is the article: http://thiswoodwork.com/scrap-wood-coasters/
  11. Hanging Quilt Rack

    My mother-in-law made my wife a quilt for Christmas, so of course she needed someway to display it. We settled on this design after some searching on the internet. A very simple design that didn't take too long. All pine construction, it will be finished with an ebony stain. I'll add some...
  12. Coasters

    I made these coasters using black walnut and added an inlay of the letter "R" for my father. Once the poly is completely cured, I will finish the sides and back with poly. The inlay is a complete pain especially the square corners and getting them all the same. I am very pleased with the results.
  13. Marquetry Coaster

    Here is a small piece of marquetry i did for a bit of practice, it ended up being a coaster. This is my first attenpt at doing it and it turned out ok. The veneers used are Walnut and Maple ( I think its Maple).
  14. Morado coasters

    I picked up a piece of morado from the scrap bin at a wood store and was intrigued by the sharp contrast between the sapwood and heartwood. Each coaster is made of four strips, placed in an alternating pattern. The join lines are just about invisible. Special Note 1: I couldn't do my normal...
  15. Coaster Set

    I made this little coaster set and stand recently. The coasters are walnut, the stand is elm, and then I used adhesive backed cork. The round holes were made with a router and a template. The underside bevels were made with a tenoning jig on the table saw. It was finished with lacquer and then...
  16. Newton Coasters

    I came up with these coasters as a test for techniques I needed for my Poincaré clock. But they've turned out to be a popular inexpensive item. Easy to make and sell well. They start with a piece of Curly Maple, which I cut into a blank long enough for the four coasters. Using a V-Groove bit, I...
  17. Coasters

    These coasters were made for my brother for his 60th birthday. The wood is kwila. The lathe made it easy to turn the corners down & create the rings. The table saw and linisher were used to shape & thickness them using a sled for the safety aspect. Finished with 6 coats of wipe on poly & buffed...
  18. Maple/Padauk/Cherry Mosaic Coasters

    This is my first post to this site and thought I would share these coasters I made. The mosaic is made from Curly Maple and Padauk. The sides and base are Cherry. First time working with Cherry, what a fun wood with which to work. The finish is a couple coats of 100% Tung oil followed by...
  19. Dragon coaster

    This started out as a lid for a box but I didn't like it and started over again so I burned a dragon on it and Made it into a coaster
  20. Coasters

    I really enjoyed this nice project based on "Simply wood" book from Roshaan Ganief. The coasters are made of birch plywood. 2 layers of 3mm. I used the scrollsaw to cut out the design in the 1st layer (2 by 2) The 2nd layer has been dyed in dark. Both layers are glued together. When dry I cut...
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