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  1. Potting Bench

    Okay, first off I must confess, this was started last spring and I moved it from my small shop to it's permanent location for assembly. At that time I did not have material for the top and just placed a couple 2xs across the top for effect, and before I knew it, it was covered with plants and...
  2. Light Clothes Hanger

    Light Clothes Hanger A few months ago, the girlfriend of my friend wanted a clothes hanger light enough to move around but long enough to hold plenty. She did not wanted me to put any finish as she was going to do it herself…!!! So I design and put together this clothes mobile hanger from some...
  3. FWW New-fangled Workbench

    Originally published as project in the Nov/Dec 1999 issue of Fine Woodworking, this bench was developed by John White, the shop manager at FWW. It was recently revived when the folks at the magazine put out a video as an update due to several inquiries about the bench over the years. For links...
  4. Ten Dollar Specials

    These are made of white fir that was cut from Salvage Logs and air dried to under seven percent in less than five weeks. I can surface plane, cut, assemble and sand thirty of these in a day (more if I use pre surfaced lumber). They are 16" long, 9" tall, 10" wide and assembled with hidden...
  5. I <3 Oregon 7

    I had another request for my Oregon designed jewelry box, this one from my buddy who just recently celebrated his first year with his girlfriend. He said he wanted to get some kinda western themed design to it if I could, and this is what I had in mind! The majority of the box is douglas fir...
  6. Japanese Sawhorses Wedged

    This is all about joinery. Found the plans online and had some real fun with this project. I use these horses every single day. White ash beam from my yard tree, cherry legs, hickory stretcher, cocobolo wedges, Douglas fir feet. Wedged mortise is way tighter than I thought it would be. One...
  7. Tree House

    I made a playhouse for my grand daughter in the early spring. My daughter called a couple of months ago after seeing the aforementioned play house and said my SIL wanted my help in building a treehouse. He had already built the platform a couple of years ago so we just had to put a house on...
  8. Suit Stand Bedroom Hanger

    Suit Stand Bedroom Hanger This was a parallel project with the big unit I'm making for the same friend. I design this hanger to be practical, sturdy and balanced. It has some good features like the standard coat/shirt hanger that sits on two aluminum dowels to give it that extra industrial...
  9. Cottonwood wine rack

    This one really pleasantly surprised me. After I drilled the holes (3 1/2" hole saw and 1/2" straight router bit to hog it out), I was really disappointed because the holes drilled from each side didn't quite line up. As a result, the whole piece was destined for the firewood pile until I got to...
  10. Quick crayon holder....boat

    So I hit a wall with trying to figure out how to make something in the shop the other day. And I needed something easy to have fun with. I had made these crayon trucks as gifts before (like the blue one pictured), but had some wishes with them. One- that it could hold more crayons, Two- that...
  11. some more carvings

    a bison carving relief carving in white pine, finished dimension is 5 1/2"x 7" the other one is a tea light holder made of a fir 2×4, the first useful carving project ive done, besides spoons. Thanks for looking Mark
  12. Very Basic Construction Lumber TV Stand From Douglas Fir 2X

    This was my first attempt at getting commissioned. I don't think I will do it again because I don't think the appreciation is out there for the amount of work it takes to build something like this. I know this for sure based on the low ball request that I must have been out of my mind to agree...
  13. Music stand

    Thanks to one of you Lumberjocks, my sister is getting a music stand. I got this idea from a project I saw on this site. It is made with dougfir, ash and mohogany. I only have about 800 hrs. in it! lol
  14. My New Workbench

    Hi there! This is my first post on Lumberjocks. I have been on this site for a short time, and it has quickly become one of my favorite websites on the internet. Thank you all for inspiring me to dive more deeply into this hobby. I have known for a while that I needed a workbench, but had...
  15. Constructions vehicles

    This has been on my mind for months now. Ever since I saw a fellow LJ's post on the bulldozer. I have been making these smaller version of my 2×4 cars for Christmas gifts (I'll post after Saturday), and REALLY wanted to try one. I am very infatuated with this size of car, and my head is...
  16. Secure Blanket Box

    I made this box for my daughter. She wanted something to keep her "stuff" in that was somewhat secure while she's away at school. It's basically an under bed blanket box. I found some great clean fir and put some oak rub rails on it. A cable lock goes through the back and can be anchored to...
  17. Toy Trucks for my Nephew

    Well, after my last project, a large dresser, I decided I needed a break and to do some smaller projects with more instant gratification. That same weekend the dresser was done, I started some toy trucks for my nephew's 3rd birthday. Its not that bad, when you consider I kept 50% of my...
  18. Bungalow Style Kitchen Cabinet

    I detailed the construction of this kitchen cabinet extensively in my blog However, I never posted it as a project. Materials: Faceframe, doors, and drawers: Recycled Douglas Fir resawn from old house beams Carcasse: Vertical Grain Fir Plywood. Brass hardware and all Slotted Screws...
  19. Indoor Gate

    My wife raises AKC Toy Pomeranians and likes to keep them in certain areas of the house. She came to me with that one question that manipulates woodworkers, "Can you build me a gate, or should I buy one?" What could I do but accept the challenge. The gate is made out of Old, straight grained...
  20. Halved Dovetail Corner Crate (CNC)

    This is a prototype of a bicycle crate I would like to sell on my etsy page @ http://www.etsy.com/shop/IVAMIR The joinery come from http://www.flexiblestream.org/project/50-digital-wood-joints Wood is SPF. Glue and nails (on bottom only)
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