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  1. Oak shelf

    My wife wanted an apple-motif shelf for a spot in our dining area, and saw one at a craft fair that she liked. In true woodworker fashion I said to her, "I can make one of those for you" A few short years later…I finally did. As you can see, it didn't take all that long to fill it with...
  2. Dopey

    I am finishing up a fun project that I am doing for a friend of a Dopey from "Snow White". She did a neat thing last month. She posted on Facebook a "Pay It Forward" type campaign for the first 5 people that commented on her post would recieve a gift from her. The catch was, the people reciving...
  3. Another Mixed Hardwood End Grain Board

    Hot off the press today with another 3 near complete (pics to follow). Really pleased with this one as the end grain showed some gorgeous colouring and detail. Oak, Ash, Padauk, Sapele, Maple and Beech. Rounded finger holds added using a 1/4" bull nosed router bit. Dimensions - 450mm x 320mm x...
  4. Walk in Closet Design-Sketchup/Podium Renders

    A friend of mine recently remodeled an in-law apartment above his house into a master bedroom suite. Part of the plan was to turn the former bedroom into a walk in closet. He got a bunch of quotes from some closet companies, and after looking at those he asked me if I could come up with a couple...
  5. A sharpening station

    I hope the design of this sharpening station cabinet will be use to some of you - it is posted on my blog; click on this link:
  6. Box for Grandma

    I made this box out of 3/4 red oak for my grandmother. This was my first box and my first inlay. I just started woodworking this year and I am learning a lot with every project. I would like to take a few classes but need to save up in order to take them (I've been spending all my money on new...
  7. Cypress Night Stand

    My Paw Paw had 4 to 500 bd ft (just found out this was only one load that I saw.) old clear, pecky, wormy, you name it cypress milled years ago just laying around . So when he had to move, it had to go somewhere. That's right. Right here. He said boy make me a couple tables so I made him a...
  8. Bowl

    Just some junk walnut from the wood pile. Green it was. Still have a half a truck load. Hope you like it.
  9. decorative boxes

    Been experimenting with different decorative miniature boxes for the last year or so. Here are some of the results. I try to vary the woods for contrast and design.
  10. Western Cross

    I made this piece for my wife. I picked ash, bloodwood, and mesquite. I picked the ash and mesquite because the grains in the wood add so much character to the piece. I picked the bloodwood because of its rich color. I decided to layer the crosses and star instead of doing a flat piece to give...
  11. Bookcase and Wall Treatments

    I did this basement a couple of years ago. The walls are drywall with solid wood panels. The stairs are red oak and the shelving follows the stairs for a unique design.
  12. Rogowski Stool

    This is the first piece I felt that I really designed. I completed the design in 1978 working on ideas that I reverently stole from various sources. I still have the first prototype. It's doweled together and I've beat the living whoha out of it ever since I made it. I sit on it, use it as a...
  13. Latch for my Wife's "Kitchen"

    Just a Sunday project… My wife does a lot of rustic camping in pursuit of her passion, re-enactment, Revolutionary war era mostly. She had this "kitchen" that had modern hinges, handles, and latches. We replaced the modern handles and hinges with hand forged iron. Then it was requested that...
  14. Greasebox 1 & Greasebox 2

    Like many of my fellow jocks, I've been fascinated by these things since I first saw them on LJ. Good wood is kind of scarce around my parts without driving a couple hours so I didn't really know where I was going to get a 2" square chunk of whatever wood I wanted to use. It hit me when I was...
  15. Wood iPod or iPhone Stand

    Whatever you call them - iPod stands, iPod cradles, iPod dock - they do the same thing. They hold your iPod. However, this new stand is handmade from mahogany and features a sleek, minimalist design that includes some cable management too. I've seen a lot of people copying my design so I know...
  16. Walnut tool handle

    Ok this tool is made of a steel rod and walnut handle turned on my lathe. Me and my neighbors insulated our garage doors for the winter. Typically your supposed to add tension to your garage spring to keep everything in check with garage door opener. So my neighbor had a steel rod he ground down...
  17. Trash Can Holder

    This is a trash can holder that i made for my aunt for a commission. its made out of sycamore, which is a wood that i would not recommend. its a challenge to work with and not overly hard but its not something i would recommend. i went over all the construction and everything on my blog. the...
  18. Beth's Pen

    We have been making pens at my house. After my daughter's boyfriend's mother (who we'll call Beth from here on, especially if you can follow that family connection) saw the pen her son made, my daughter saw a great opportunity for a bit of brown nosing. Here is the photo story and proof of my...
  19. Cofee Table marquetry with roses

    It's a special Marquetry-Carpentery project, involvs lot of time, If somebody is interested I ask 1200$ for it, I can construct a copy in 2 months. Very expenshive veneers used, Rosewood, Palisander, etc.
  20. Barn Door Console Table

    I just published my first blog post here on Lumberjocks. Go check it out and let me know what you think. For those of you that prefer just seeing the pictures I figured I would just post those here. Thanks for looking! -Jacob - Timber & Ash Designs
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