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  1. Japanese Timber Bench

    I decided I would make a simple bench for the in-laws mountain house. While thinking of what to make I stumbled on a picture of a Japanese Timber Bench at TRC Timberworks. So much for that simple bench ;) There were no plans or really any specifics on the TRC website, so all I had to go by was...
  2. Arts & Crafts End Table

    I designed and built this small cherry table for our Living Room. Notable details are the through-tenons and a drawer with machine-cut dovetails.
  3. Rose keepsake box

    Playing with the scroll saw and this came out.
  4. For the Birds

    For Rent: Seven new units in the area's hottest new bird condo development. Immediate possession. Plenty of bugs, lake near by, new landscaping, and no cats. I actually have to say a special thanks to Lumber Jock PD's for this project. He has a very nice one with grape vine and cedar trim...
  5. My Clock

    So here is proof that even beginners can make a clock. Its made from alder and black walnut. It's similar to a lot of the clocks others have posted before but I'm pleased with the results and I suppose thats all that really matters.
  6. Replacement Door Vintage 1908

    My first born lives in a house in the city that was built in 1908. The door between the front room and the hall had to be replaced, and she wanted louvres in the bottom half to help with air circulation. The door is built to match the others in the house. It is assembled from 2×6 frames and...
  7. Canada Goose - SOLD

    The Canada Goose project is finally finished. It shouldn't have taken two months, but it did . . . no excuses. Each feather is drawn in with a pencil, knife outlined, then carved to slope down and under the feather in front of it. Then depending on how it turned out, I smooth the rough...
  8. Wormy Walnut Bookcase

    This bookcase was made out of some walnut that had been abandoned over in Ft. Lauderdale. I got about 400 board feet for $1000, which seemed like an awesome deal at the time, but once I got it back to my shop and started looking through it, I found a lot of bad material. There was some twisted...
  9. the ultimate router station almost complete

    im almost done with my router station,alot of work but will be worth it in the long run.i told myself if im goin to build a router table,its going to be what i have always wanted,and its almost there.a few more drawers and a door over the vac area, stain and finish, and i can finally get...
  10. Second Scandi Style Knife

    This is my second attempt at making a Hidden tang/scandi style knife. I really like how this one turned out. Its a Puronvarsi blade, brass guard, leather washers, brass spacer, and stabilized birch burl. Took me a while to find a handle shape that I liked but once I did it all started to come...
  11. CnC Boards and a Zig Zag too

    Hey folks…. CnC board = Cheese n Crackers board. Bad enough I borrowed someone's idea for these (thanks Chris) so I thought I'd try to come up with a new tag for them. The CnC boards measure between 5 & 6" wide by 13" long and 1 1/2" thick. Woods used are Walnut, Bloodwood, Maple...
  12. not toooo bad gun cabinet

    made this for my step son for a graduation/birthday/christmas present. found the plans from pop mechanics but wasn't so easy, some of the cutlist was wrong. good thing caught it early! it was my first fancy build i guess you could call it.
  13. 50-Cal Pen

    This is a new pen kit from PSI and it uses a real once-fired 50-cal cartridge casing. The 2nd picture shows its size in comparison with a pen I make with a .30-06 casing and deer antler and a Sierra click pen. The casing was sanded up to 2000 grit then coated with Turners Polish. The woods used...
  14. A few pens from my lathe

    Here are a few pens that I turned on my lathe. The first is turned from a piece of Aluminum, the second is a Black and White Acrylic, third is Cherry Burl, Fourth is a Black & Orange Swirled Acrylic, fifth is another Cherry Burl, sixth is Ambrosia Maple, seven & eight are more Acrylics. The...
  15. Espy

    This turned out to be 2 projects instead of one, the second having sort of evolved out of the first. I'm glad to be done with both of them. The original idea was to glue up a block of wooden matches to create a 'black and white' image. The burnt end of the match sticks would provide the black...
  16. Plane Cap Screw Screwdrivers

    I have been wanting to make one of these for some time. When I pulled everything together to make one, I realized I could easily make two. So, here are my two versions of a Plan Cap Screw Screwdriver. These tools were made from things I had laying around the shop. The blades are cut from an...
  17. A Trabold Cane

    I build this cane for my grandfather for Christmas. The design is based on a friends cane design Mr.Charles Trabold. It is made of curly maple the handle is walnut. The finish is Bush Oil.
  18. Wooden Flag coat rack

    This is the first wooden flag I made. Its made from MDF and purposely distressed. Each star was cut and sanded for shape. I also antiqued the flag to give it more depth.
  19. Pledge Allegiance Flag

    This carving project was a long road. I started this in January and have worked on it off and on since. I made this using 8/4 basswood glued together to make a 3'x5' panel. The finial is two pieces which allows the holly wood rope to appear to wrap under the ball. There was a lot of...
  20. Ash Dining Room Table, Mission Style

    The old ash tree behind the house was reaching for better light and leaning too far over the roof directly above our master bedroom. We decided to have it taken down because it also had a rotten spot at the base. Within a couple hours the tree service guys had all the branches cut off and loaded...
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