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  1. Country style Trestle Dining Table

    I recently completed a trestle table for my daughter-in-law and delivered it this last Saturday. Oak, dyed with Transtint to match a new set of chairs, and finished with General Finishes Arm-R-Seal. The finish gave me fits, never worked with oak before & it soaked up the wiping varnish like a...
  2. Quilt Frame w/acrylic inlay

    My mom made this small decorative quilt that she wanted me to frame. I made the frame from some old oak I had laying around. The corners are half lap joints that extend out of the corners only 3/16 inch. I made the inlay by cutting thin slices off an acylic pen blank. I was inspired by this...
  3. pine dry sink

    I had 4 old pine boards that where in with another deal. I hung onto them until just the right project for them came along. One board was worked over pretty bad by bugs but I had to use it to keep from running out of material. Plan was in a old Popular WW book. I wiped on 1 coat amber shellac...
  4. Large Redwood Burl Slab Coffee Table W/turquoise inlay on a pine burl base

    We just completed this large coffee table. The redwood top measures 65×46… it has turquoise inlay through out and we used several coats of Seal A Cell The base is a solid pine burl that we found setting on top of the ground but connected by tree roots. It is solid and very very heavy. We ended...
  5. French Country Table

    I designed this project for a women at work. Actually I guess she designed it. I wanted to build a Virginia Farm table but she wanted French thus the fancy legs. The base went together pretty easily but I had to build a jig to hold the legs in place while I mortised them. I bought the legs...
  6. Cedar Shot cups

    All natural cedar shot glasses (cups???). Nothing special here, cedar with mineral oil. It IS, however, the first thing to sell on my Etsy page!!! (well, first thing to sell to someone I DON'T know anyway…)
  7. Simple Country Projects

    Here are a couple of little projects my wife requested. She always wants the simplest easiest things. Kinda wish she'd request something more of a challenge, but she's happy and they're quick easy projects.
  8. 6ft Country Shelf

    My wife and I like country primitive home designs. When we were first dating, I finished a shelf for her that we filled with things we liked. We'd always wanted a larger version of the shelf to display more things on, so I finally got off my butt and made a 6ft shelf to match our smaller one. I...
  9. Custom built-in cabinet/bench storage

    This is a simple cabinet/bench storage project I did for a customer. I used Blum soft close hinges and a piano hing for the bench. The entire 5 piece system is made of MDF. I trimmed it our with standard quarter round. The idea was to match the look of the existing home while making good storage...
  10. Country Step Stool

    While visiting friends I noticed the white plastic step stool in their kitchen. I promised I would build an appropriate model to fit their decor. All made out of pine, glued and pocket screwed. The finish will be wipe-on poly with rooster appliques, lined with high-friction tape strips. All...
  11. 2x4 Coffee Table

    I finished this Coffee table today. I made almost totally out of 2×4's. The skirt is made from 1×3 Pine. The legs are 2×4's as well. I enjoyed distressing the top of the table. I think it works pretty well in the room. It is similar to the coffee table on the side of the couch well, the...
  12. Easter Bunnies from old Barnwood

    Easter time - time available to make some sawdust - but really cold out in the barn-workshop - too cold to stay for along time. Well: I made some small decorating items: scrollsawed Easter bunnies from old barn wood. My wife liked them, and they found their spot right on top of the tile-stove...
  13. Firewood Box

    We use our fireplace a lot during the winter and often bring wood into the room and just lay it on the floor. Well I got tired of looking at the split wood lyng there and decided that when I had a break in my committed projects, that I would do a few for around the house. So I did a quick...
  14. Better cell phone reception - shelf

    First off, the picture doesn't show my phone sitting in it….cuz i'm taking the picture with my phone. I live about 10 miles outside of town and i have no wired options for internet. However i do have great verizon 4g coverage, but my shed is steel. The shed is split in half, the back half is...
  15. Bathroom shelf/cabinet-Old project

    [Legebla ankaŭ en Esperanto] This is an old project from when we first moved into our house. I made it with only corded hand tools, the router and jig saw being the ones I remember being used for sure. I had no table saw at the time, so I'm not sure if I cut the boards to length with a hand...
  16. Modern Rustic Hand Carved Coffee Table

    Another artwork. Hand carved, modern rustic purple table. Special made for glass top, which customer will choose by herself, as was discussed.Depends from her own wishes. So, this is a table, made, based on the special made unique sketch. Table top frame, waived legs. New pine wood, hand carved...
  17. Sofa Table

    I offered to make a sofa table for a friend of ours, in exchange for a sofa they were going to give away. So here it is. I designed it myself. On a bit of whim, I decided to carve a maple leaf on the front and a fleur-de-lys (we live in Quebec) on each end (also I wanted to experiment a bit)...
  18. French Country Table Part II

    Here it is delivered and installed. These are some of the finished pics at the customer's home. This project took me about 3 1/2 months to complete. It was actually a lot harder to make than I thought. Bread board ends and pull out extension support were a bit of a challenge. They look so...
  19. Country Pine Hutch: A misfit- Some times things don't fit or work out... as to what was intended

    When I first started "This Old Crack House" project It was my intention to sell the house and take my profits and use them to build various pieces of furniture I needed or wanted for my existing home. For the most part I had a country theme going and the pine hutch I built fit well into the...
  20. The Good old Days

    Done in 2" Eastern Birch,Finished with Sanding Sealer and Wax.
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