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  1. Sea Scull

    This is a two man or double Scull a buddy (Benjamin) and I made for our friend (Chanaka).We got all the details from France through email from a friend of Benji, Marc. It was made to be rowed around the Island of Sri Lanka. It turned out a beauty,and a boat load of fun. We used the stitch and...
  2. hand saw holder

    this is my way of organizing my hand saws, its been awhile since i changed things around and ive had them laying on my bench , and its been a sore spot for me every time i looked at them laying there, so today i said , im going to fix this, so i thought about it, and stated to lay them and move...
  3. Entry Way Coat Rack and Shelf

    Made this coat rack for my entry way over the course of the last few weekends. The big disaster on this project was deciding to do the glueup at 4 AM after working most of the night. I wasn't prepared at all, ran out of Titebond in the glue bottle and substituted Gorilla glue… Also glued up...
  4. Canoe paddles for a Scouting Adventure!

    Had a great time building paddles with some our our Boy Scouts in our Troop. I had to get a little creative with mine and add in some curves. The walnut and curly maple is my sons and the stack is all the other paddles that were built in my shop or in the past few years. 14 of us participated...
  5. Chesapeake Light Craft Wood Duck 10 Kayak (Kit)

    I launched my newest kayak today. It's a Chesapeake Light Craft Wood Duck 10 that I built from a kit. Check out this short video of my maiden voyage. Boat Details This kayak is 10' long, 30" wide, and mine weighs in at a light 33.8 pounds. It includes a bulkheaded rear compartment that is...
  6. 9th Birthday Box - Spalted Hackberry and Walnut

    Well, it didn't go as planned (as you can tell by the awkward width of the lid), but hopefully still good enough for a 9 yr old's birthday.
  7. curly maple +hardwood Knife Scales

    Only made the handles- but check out these chef knife xmas gifts. video below :)
  8. Silver Maple and Epoxy End Table

    I know its been a while since I've posted anything on here but I wanted to share a project I finished up a while ago. My wife had been wanting one of my woodworking pieces to be in our house for once instead of other peoples. So I came up with this one for her. This was part of the slabs from...
  9. "Piece of a Beach" Shells with LEDs in a Rustic Picture Frame

    I made this frame using scraps and shells I collected. I used LED lights under shells. I used epoxy to mimic a wave. Its for WFC (Woodworkers Fighting Cancer) drive this year. Please see the video as well at
  10. Live edge coffee table

    This project was a first in several aspects. 1. This spruce tree was standing next to my wife's aunt's porch. The tree was dying and she decided to have it cut down. I asked her if I could have the logs from this and two other trees. 2. A fellow industrial arts teacher in a neighboring...
  11. Glen L Squirt

    Here is my completed Glen L Squirt Runabout. I started this a year and a week ago, and rolled it out of the garage yesterday. It was built from a set of plans from Glen L Marine. It is 10' 10" long, 52" wide and is powered with a 1957 Johnson 18hp Outboard. Construction is marine grade...
  12. Applewood crotch bowl

    After soaking it in Wood Juice for 2 days then using epoxy to fill the deep cracks it was finally ready for turning. Finished with just 2 layers of spit coat. Loved using my new EasyWood tools and Laguna lathe. Got another piece of the crotch to try and turn.
  13. 1st Knife Project

    I got the idea for this knife from Lemongrasspicker's post: http://lumberjocks.com/projects/309346 He also has some cool videos on YouTube. I ordered the Morakniv blade from Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Morakniv-Carbon-Steel-Knife-Blade/dp/B00NWO0IRQ The handle is made from Cocobolo (slab...
  14. Restoration - "Rockaway" Rocking Chair

    A few weeks back, some friends told me about a treasured rocking chair that someone had tipped a bit too far back. One of the rockers split right where the rear post connects. This is, of course, the point of most when rocking backwards, so I worried it would be a difficult repair. It was...
  15. Pecan Slab Table with Steel Powder Coated Base

    Here is a slab table commissioned by a restaurant in Fort Worth Texas. It was a challenge to say the least. For the size table they spec'ed the slabs were running around $6,000 (that's with my discount) for the slab alone. The owner didn't have it in the budget so I found a small saw mill...
  16. Live Edge Casting Epoxy Table with Metal Legs

    It started as a slab of Aussie Beefwood, split down the center, reversed and filled with casting epoxy. Finished with 3 coats of a clear epoxy. The legs are 2.5in square tube with 1in feet painted black with DTM paint.
  17. Walnut Cutting boards with epoxy cast herbs

    Some walnut and epoxy inlays for a christmas present, enjoy:
  18. Repurposed kitchen table rock turtle in epoxy

    Repurposed tile top kitchen table…...got idea after wife found this table at yard sale and she wanted to replace the broken tile on top.. she wanted to replace with cobalt blue tile which was super $$$ and no one carried.. so I had cobalt blue spray paint just so she could see color before...
  19. Epoxy Wine Cork Table

    20" diameter table made with wine corks glued to 3/4" plywood and embedded in epoxy resin. My first epoxy project and out turned out…...OK. I tried to seal the wine corks with shellac but still wound up with a few bubbles. I popped all I could see with a propane torch but I think more bubbles...
  20. Compound Cut Butterfly

    This was a pattern for a compound cut that I bought from Sue Mae. I used a 2×2 in block of cedar board, and sprayed glue on the pattern and fastened it to the board. Then I cut one part of the pattern out and taped it back to together, and cut the other part of the pattern out on the other...
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