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  1. Inlaid Frame

    This is a frame I made to celebrate my son's college graduation. Overall is about 19" x 15.5" from 7/8" Walnut inlaid with maple and padauk. I had to make a new shooting board to get the miters to fit, each corner is splined. Finished with 4 coats of shellac and paste wax applied with 0000...
  2. Nerf Armory

    My 4 year son is into Nerf Guns. I get ambushed at least once a day it seems. Thanks to his grandparents and other family, he's acquired many of them. There are few surfaces in my home that don't have a bullet on it from time to time. The prior arrangement was that he tossed into the floor...
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  3. maple platter

    This is a maple platter that I turned as part of a production run. The platter is 11" in diameter. Between the raised rings on the top I did chatter work with my homemade chatter tool. I didn't manage to get a photo of the platter bottom, but there was chatter work there as well. I wiped the...
  4. New Router Table with dust router, Incra, and JessEm Lift

    The fence is a 17" Incra with the wonder fence. Dust collection is with the Dust Router product which uses a flexible cup around the base of the collet. A T split sends a hose up to the fence, and another inside the case to the flexible cup surrounding the collet. With this combination, I run...
  5. Antique Gun Display

    This is new take on what was probably many of our very first projects in industrial arts class back in 7th grade. A lady had contacted me to build a gun rack for her husbands antique guns a few weeks back as a Christmas present. Not wanting to to make a traditional gun rack, I pondered for a...
  6. Latest pens with their brand display

    Just finished this today…the pens in order are: walnut, lacewood, curly spalted maple, curly oak, cherry, quilted maple. I have been wanting to make something to display the pens in, and saw something similar to this at a fair. It is a very easy build. All it consists of is a block of...
  7. Champagne Table

    My wife and I are celebrating our 50 years of marriage on June 7. We have a modest party planned of about 70 or 80 people. Discussions with the party planner suggested that we didn't have appropriate facilities for serving wine and drinks, so I cleverly said I could build a champagne table...
  8. My Very First BANDSAW! Box - DANG!

    G'day LJ's and any body else hankerin to learn a bit, the Grocery Corral's done and gone but I got me a bran new project that will set some a you straight even as I throws you a curve! Here goes. I was workin away on the big 32" bandsaw t'other day, roughin out parts for a bunch of round...
  9. Small Natural Edge Bowl Turned from Red Bud

    This was only the second bowl I have attempted to turn - from a much better choice of wood that the first. Came from a dying Red Bud we cut down at my father in law's several weeks ago. I thought the blank would yield an interesting pattern from the fork - and I was right. Just hope it...
  10. Air Plant Holder

    My daughter recently started collecting succulents and Tillandsias (air plants). Honestly, I had never heard of air plants but as the name implies, they grow without the need for soil. They can be purchased at your local nursery or garden center and online. Anyway, she wanted a way to display...
  11. Diamond Willow and Antler Tee Handle cane # 4

    This cane was a commission for a 94 year old , young lady . Its quite light weight with a slender handle. SOLD Materials Wood - Diamond Willow Handle - White Tailed Deer Antler + Black Walnut Finish - Satin Poly Thank you for your interest.
  12. butcher block

    I love all those cutting boards everyone has posted so I had to try. It is all maple, end grain up, did run through planer with only light cuts with only a little tearout at end. I have questions. In all my research, the only wood approved for cutting boards- butcher blocks approved by FDA, is...
  13. Cedar Mirror frames

    I was hired to build 2 frames for two mirror's for a bath room. They wanted it to be able to hold some towels for decoration, so I used a couple of horse shoe's. I think these are my best frames yet, but I still need to build a miter sled. It would have been nicer miters.
  14. Wine cabinet...I finally finish a Christmas present for my son & family...only a little bit late

    This took a while longer to finish than I anticipated. I learned that it's one thing to know how to do a procedure, I.E. hand cutting a blind dovetail, and quite another to do it in practice and get a project done on time. This had it all…all the fun kinds of joinery, dados, mortise & tenons...
  15. Lazy Susan Wheel

    Classic Lazy Susan with some top addition in shape of a old vagon wheel. Purpose is for meat/cheese delicatessen or slices (last photo - taken from internet). I made them of various types of wood (cherry, pine, walnut) and playwood. Diameter 42cm, bottom wheel 22cm. In the midle, there is a...
  16. Shaker Night Stands

    Shaker Night Stand. I made two of these as bedside tables for my daughter. It was my first furniture project, prior projects have just been setting up my garage furniture. There was some mounting pressure to "so when are you going to make something?" They are a very traditional Shaker Night...
  17. Padauk box

    I made this box because I wanted to build a wooden hinge. So after searching around I found a U-tube video showing how to make one using a router and scrollsaw (actually fairly easy). The video also showed a box using a birds-mouth router bit, I had one of those bits in my collection of bits and...
  18. Another Router project

    Here is another router project we made for Christmas
  19. Jewelry box

    This year, I decided to make my wife's Christmas present and decided on this Jewelry box. All made of scrap wood. Total cost was $4.00 for the felt and a can of spray varnish.
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