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  1. Maloof Rocker

    This chair was made following the instructions of the wood whisperer. Made of mahogany and katakox for the plugs (Mexican ebony). I have two strips of maple and one of walnut in the rockers. Finished using danish oil and one coat of tried and true oil with beeswax. I waxed the whole chair with...
  2. Very First "Completed" Bowl

    Thanks, Scott Shangraw and Juniper Canyon for your inspiration. My bowls aren't going to have the delicate carvings yours do (at least not yet - gotta get a whole lot better at this before I attempt you guy's levels of expertise). Anyway, this is my very first completed bowl. Wood is juniper...
  3. Antiqued Dog

    Rush order for Antiqued Dog
  4. Maloof Rocker from Claro Walnut

    Early 2018, I looked at making a Maloof Style Rocker as it was one of the things on my bucket list of projects. I looked at pictures and posts on LJ along with the web and at plans. I found two woodworkers who offered both Instruction Manuals and Classes. One was Hal Taylor and the other was...
  5. One more bowl

    Other half of the previous bowl I posted. Same process used, different stain with a little lighter results. Started with Watco Danish Oil "Fruitwood" followed by "Dark Walnut". Used a rope as my transition between pedestal and bowl. Thanks for looking. TZH
  6. Decorative Juniper Vase

    This one was originally destined for the firewood pile as some pieces sometimes are before I realize I might have a diamond in the rough. It almost made it to that pile during the process of making it, too. My frustration with this piece kept mounting and mounting because no matter how I looked...
  7. Don't know quite what to call this

    It ain't a bowl. It ain't a platter. So my wife decided it would be called "table centerpiece". Wood is juniper. Finish (so far) is two coats of Watco Danish Oil Natural. About 2 feet long by a little over a foot wide. Haven't decided yet whether or not to fill the voids with epoxy resin and...
  8. Beetle Kill Ponderosa Pine Vase

    In my almost 18 years of engaging in forestry management and fire mitigation on our property, I've never come across a piece of any kind of beetle kill pine that had the color this piece does. I've seen the blue stain that is most common. I've seen brown stain in some pieces. But I've never seen...
  9. Rustic Bird Feeders

    My step daughter shot me a picture of a rustic bird feeder made from a log and asked if I could make one similar and out of birch. The one on the right is my first attempt by drilling, milling and relieving the inside with a die grinder. I think it is pecan wood because it smelled sooo- good...
  10. Really don't like my photographer

    Wait - that would be ME! I don't know about all the rest of you, but I take some really crappy photos of my finished work most of the time. Can't afford a pro, so have to settle for my own pics. Not optimum, but guess it'll have to do. This project started out as what was supposed to be a large...
  11. Blogs
    The Twisted Candle Stand - Carving a Spiral //www.youtube.com/embed/_Ko8k_DOonM The embedded video seems to be acting weird. Here's a link to the video on my site just in case: http://www.thewoodwhisperer.com/videos/twisted-candle-stand/ I recently made a Tilt-Top Table that features a turned...
  12. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Because my older postings on this band saw are becoming a bit muddled I wanted to just clarify where I am with the bearing situation. I have the new bearings. Correctness confirmed by the owners manual copy that I have. Also by Lynne at Accurate Bearings. The saw is a Delta/Milwaukee # 28-705...
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