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  1. cradle

    Cradle is made of quartersawn white oak with a hand rubbed tung oil finish. I attached a shallow holder to the bottom of the cradle to hold papers that would indicated all the children who would use the crib in the future. I got this ideas from the antique bassinet that my mom used for all of...
  2. 1950s Cradle Refurbish

    We are expecting number two in October, and have learned our lesson with regard to buying expensive baby stuff that is only used for a VERY short period of time. This time around we are trying to be better about spending our money; hence this project. This craddle was bought by my grandmother...
  3. Walnut Baby Cradle

    Well here's the final product. It's a modified version of a cradle I saw in a WW magazine several years ago. Changed the vertical supports to turned spindles instead of flat boards. The main spindles are hand turned but the smaller ones on the craddle are made with the help of a friend with a...
  4. Iphone (or Ipod) Victrola Amplifier

    A local art gallery in Seaside wanted an iphone amplifier that would convert the sound from the lower speakers into louder sound to play in the gallery. I found an old Victrola Edison horn, and took the attached pieces apart carefully. Then I assembled an red oak box, and routed out a hole the...
  5. Baby Cradle

    I am always surprised at things you can accomplish that you never tried before. That's one of the benefits of woodworking. Last year my son and his wife were expecting my first grandchild. I guess the first is somewhat special. I decided to build a baby cradle. Did all the research and...
  6. Bentwood Cradle/Swing Cherry/Curly Maple

    Hi Fellow Jocks, Thought I would share my current project. Since the down turn in my business, I wanted to make something that would keep my mind going in the right direction. A little twisted I'm. I started this project eight months ago. My daughter gave me my first Grandson. I made a...
  7. Cell Phone Holder

    This is a piece I recently finished for my wife. The base is Purple Heart and the two cut outs holding the phone are maple. I started by cutting the profile on the bandsaw, and then once that was done, I cut it in half lengthwise on the bandsaw again, giving me two separate pieces. I also...
  8. Doll Rocker Cradle

    Kind of an unusual project. A neighbor lady wanted to know if I could fix a doll cradle she got at a flea market and of course I said sure, it's what I do. After I got it apart I realized that it was really beat - wood was rotted and kind of smelled old. I asked her what she was going to do with...
  9. Great Grand baby's Cradle

    All i can say right now is i hope if there is more great grand baby's ,they would be willing to share lol , it was a challenge having never done anything like it before,butt i love the way it turned out ,its solid cheery put together with pegs i turned out of cheery and tight bond glue , and the...
  10. Cradle

    My sister recently had her first child, the first of our generation in the family, and needed a cradle for the kiddo. Unfortunately it took me rather long to get the thing done, but here it finally is. Strips are steam-bent cherry formed on a 5-station mold, with solid cherry endpieces, a maple...
  11. Cradle for our daughter

    I used cherry for this cradle.
  12. Greene & Greene Inspired Pedalboard

    This pedalboard was commissioned for a guitarist friend of mine. It is constructed of walnut, with a 1/2 birch plywood surface that is captured via stopped dadoes. The pyramid walnut plugs were added for decoration along with the custom logo. The outside is 2" thick at the front and 1" thick...
  13. Scroll Saw practice and Jig concept

    I haven't done any woodworking since I graduated from high school in 05' and the woodworking bug has been getting worse each year. Several months ago my sister-in-law announced she was pregnant so the motivation to start a project was finally there… Time to make a a rocking cradle that can be...
  14. Steampunk Cradle

    When my wife and I found out we were having another baby, I wanted to make a cradle that could be handed down through the generations. After reading an article on the web about the steampunk subculture, I decided to use a few elements from it to make it unique. What started out as a few minor...
  15. Boat Cradle

    Well this project is a blast from the past. I built this for wife when we were expecting our first son about ten years ago. it is constructed with thin strips of wood stapled and glued with epoxy onto a form. The accents, rails, transom and rockers are all out of mahogany. The plans were from a...
  16. Mecha's cradle

    This is a cradle which I recently made for my step-daughter. It is made entirely of walnut.
  17. Cradle # 1

    My grandson is probably arriving this weekend so this was complete just in time, I have another cradle to build though, as I am expecting a granddaughter in October!! The cradle is my own design made with Eastern White Pine, leftover flooring from out cottage loft (was originally 2 inch thick...
  18. Walnut Trestle Cradle

    This is my first project posting on Lumberjocks. My wife and I are expecting our first baby in early September. I saw a similar cradle to this on the FWW website at about the same time we found out. I decided that I wanted to build one. It was built mostly by hand. All the stock preparation...
  19. Baby Cradle, Walnut

    A recent project in May of 07
  20. Baby Cradle

    My wife was shopping for baby things few months back (we were expecting a baby that is now born) and found a nice basket in a baby store. The store was selling some stand for the basket but, obviously, I suggested my wife that I can build a cradle to fit the basket. After some discussions...
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