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  1. Myrtle Anniversary Shaker Table

    As a gift for my wife for our fifth wedding anniversary I've been slowly working on a Shaker inspired dining table. Although it needs a final wax the table has already found its way into our home. (7 months after our anniversary…) (Thankfully I've upgraded the dust extraction since then…)...
  2. Rustic Tresle Dinning Table and Bench

    This table and bench , was all hand milled from scrap quatered Poplar logs left in a field by a sawyer. As they say "one`s man`s trash…....." The seat and back rest on the bench is 3/4 mdf. My client is finishing it off with cowhide and padding. "P.S., I do not yet own a jointer, or planer. When...
  3. Modern Style Beveled Edge Dinning Table

    I recently completed a new table for a client on the East Coast. He and I worked on refining a design from a simple concept to one that had the details he was looking for. The main feauture of this table was the base design. Very modern with two small rectangles that make up the legs and then a...
  4. My First Table (dinning / card )

    I needed to make a small dinning table for my Daughter's tiny apartment. Aprox. 43" X 43" (The table not the apartment) My daughter wanted it all stained black to match some of her decor. So using my own stock to save a few $$ I used Poplar for the legs & apron. and Birch for the top. But after...
  5. OSB Dinning Table

    I worked at a lumbar yard between high school and college and got a chance to see various building materials I had never seen before. I also had the time to really SEE some materials that were all too familiar, but usually ignored. Oriented Strand Board (OSB) is one such material. Most people...
  6. Dinning table

    This is a table I made partly by Popular Woodworking magazine. I think they called it a Hay-Rake table. But … I had some difficulties. I ran out of wood and had to make some design modifications. First I didn't have enough Bubinga to cover the width of the table and I somehow thought it a good...
  7. Oval marquetry table for the Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St Andrew

    Here it is guys the table is done. Lots and lots of hours of work. Best marquetry from my part so far. Letters were real challenge but surprisingly and against all odds its done. Enjoy :)
  8. New dinning table

    Hello guys it's been a while since I posted a new project, here it is a new 8' blackwalnuttable and iron leg table.. Thanks guys and enjoy…
  9. Fine Rustic Walnut Dining Table with Live Edge

    Here is what I like to call Fine Rustic furniture, where the table top is rustic but the style and the base are more elegant. This table came about after my wife and I moved into our new house a couple of years ago. We had a dining room but not a table big enough for the space. We couldn't find...
  10. Cypress Trestle Table

    I recently purchased some Cypress from a local couple who didnt have the time to design and build their table. I spent a couple days drawing the designs for the trestle legs to show off a unique idea that i like and that hasn't been mass produced. I used mortise and tenon joints for the whole...
  11. Quail

    A friend of mine sent me a quilt pattern that I used to make this project. That was interesting and fun to turn it into a Intarsia piece.
  12. Finishing
    I do a lot of small projects and like to use Waterlox. But after a few uses, the tung oil component gels even though the can is tightly sealed. How can I prevent the gelling? Thanks
  13. Woodworking Skill Share
    The other day a fellow LJ asked about woodworking projects for the younger woodworkers. Here is a link to some useful information. Lew
  14. Blogs
    Frame components and tabletop I wanted to design an arts and crafts dining table that included arched rails and twin keyed tenons. I like several of the Stickley tables, but wanted something original. I like the feel of Keven Rodel's Talesien desk, which served as inspiration for this table...
  15. Wood & Lumber
    Brand new to the site, and have only been dabbling in wood working for about a year now. Anyway, I want to step it up a little bit and found some red cedar and walnut for 3.50 a foot, is that a good deal? about 1"thick, and 6-8" wide, in lengths of 5-10ft He also has some rough cut oak 1" x...
  16. Site Help and Suggestions
    I need to make a small dinning table for my Daughter's tiny apartment. Aprox. 43" X 43" The table not the apartment. It's only temporary (3 years) and It's going to get a Espresso (black) Stain on it. So there is no need to get fancy or creative. just a simple table. Seeing how Poplar is not...
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