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  1. Curly Maple & Onyx Coffee Table Top

    This table top is my first real commission for someone who is not a family member or a friend. He came up with the idea to inlay some large tiles, I sent him a drawing in Sketch up with the approximate dimensions, he ordered the onyx tile and we were off to the races. It replaces a simple glass...
  2. Shaker style candle box

    Shaker style candle box for my wife. I am finding out that women like candle boxes. Last count I have request for six more. Sapele top, either maple or mahogany sides. Walnut miter splines. Wipe on poly. At wife's request, I left off the typical molding trim that would surround the base...
  3. Another Tea Chest

    Tea Chest--- Figured Maple sides, Cherry raised panel top, with Cherry dovetail splines. 12 mm Barrel hinges. Thanks for looking
  4. Jewlery Box

    One of the best things about boxes is that you can make multiples from the same set-up, and they all have their own unique character. This jewlery box is Cherry with a figuered Maple raised panel top. Accented by Cherry dovetail splines. The bottoms are lined with black velvet. The finish is my...
  5. Teak Vessel with Leather “Moleskin” Notebook Cover

    Put in some time, but completed the gifts for our departing Command Master Chief. 1) Teak wood box from a salvaged "shipyard block" reinforced with dovetail splines in addition to brass nails and leather hinges. The coin on the front is our current CPO Mess design with two dragons forming...
  6. dovetail spline jig

    This post is for a fellow LJ that was asking how I made the dovetail splines on my candle box: Here are a few photos of the ridiculously simple jig I built to cut the splines. Even if I hadn't used scraps, this jig could have been built for less than $5. I hope that others find this jig...
  7. Shadow Boxes

    I made these shadow boxes to display a couple of exceptional flies tied by friends. First one is Walnut with Maple miter keys. Second is Bradford Pear with Mahogany dovetail splines and Maple face keys and Maple "Matte". The second box is bordering on gaudy but what better way to cover mistakes...
  8. Woodworking Skill Share
    Hey gang here's some more info on finishing pine and other woods plus blotch control. By Charles Neil Enjoy Also included is an independent test of blotch control. http://www.blip.tv/file/3774293/
  9. Blogs
    Starting off... the box itself... I started off with a rough sawn board of New Guinea Rosewood.. Ripped and dressed to size …5 inches by 3/4 inch…Cut the mitres on the sides on the Incra Mitre Express and then cut a groove top and bottom … the top got a bookmatched panel of ugly NGR with a...
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