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  1. First Attempt at Box Joints

    This was my first attempt at making box joints. Of course I used a lot of scrap practicing to get to this point. I used red cedar, poplar and pine for the lid. I made it for a friend who is always there for me. Finish is three coats of wipe on Poly.
  2. First Turned Goblet

    so this was my first attempt at a goblet since buying my first variable speed lathe at an auction for a steal of a deal. anyways it was some natural birch that ended up having some cracks which i noticed after i started so i figured i would finish since it was a prototype. Anyways, my first...
  3. First attempt at a Butchers Block

    Ok, so I had an old kitchen table made from rubberwood strips and I moved house, I had to cut the table down to fit in the new place and was left with some rubberwood. I also had a few strips of wenge left over from a previous project (man that stuff is hard to work!!!) and so I set to work...
  4. First attempt at intarsia

    I got this pattern out of the spring issue of Woodworks and Craft. I even contacted the pattern maker Linda David and she was very willing to give advice. It has purple heart, Padauk, Poplar, and zebra wood. Any thoughts/suggestions and critiques are welcomed…
  5. Over the sink cutting board ( made from 2x4s)

    Just as the title said, over the counter cutting board made from scrap 2×4 - This is my first attempt with making a cutting board, there are cleats underneath that line up to the edge of the sink so the cutting board does not move. All knots ( and the gaps I missed at the end of a few of the...
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