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  1. CherryCows - Spokeshave Mule

    Howdy folks, I make Native Flutes, and do not use a lathe to make them round. Instead….I use this Spokeshave Mule that I constructed. Using a draw knife (or a spokeshave) you can preety much make square stock round, and it gives it a handmade look as oppose to a factory made commercial look...
  2. Native American Flutes

    I have been carving and playing Native American flutes for some time now. this one I carve from a salvaged piece of Douglas fir while I was recovering from back surgery. I like carving different bird heads on the ends of my flutes, but the eagle seems to be everyone favorite. I use cedar and...
  3. Hope/Blanket Chest, Large, Oak

    Completed towards end of '07. My final project for college(PA College of Technology). Solid Red Oak, Aromatic Red Cedar lined, Brass Hardware, Mortise and Tenon/Raised Panel construction… all around, Solid Bracket Feet across the front and on the sides, Two Drawers hand dovetailed, Solid Top...
  4. Kitchen Cookbook Bookcase

    My wife was looking for an oak bookcase to fit beneath our kitchen island. There is an overhang area between our dining area and the island. I made a template to that I could have a precise fit for the area, and then laid out the different cuts that I would have to make. After having cut all...
  5. SPURTLES AND SPURKLES

    Hi All, I just saw the spurtle project that HAIRY posted…it moved me to document (as a LJ project) the spurtles going through my shop right now. My brother Mike and sister-in-law Mary have a little tea shop in the lakeside (Lake Michigan) resort town of Montague, MI called PAISLEY PLACE. A...
  6. Artifact Display Tables

    These were a pair of custom commissioned display table that are one-of-a-kind. I really enjoy the design process and working with these clients gave me the opportunity to be a "problem solver" of sorts. She wanted bookshelves to display their collection of special books, while He wanted a way...
  7. Mermaid Cane

    Finished Mermaid Cane. Oak shank with root ball. Stained with several light stains and poly'd.
  8. Custom Fireplace Surround

    My wife and I have been gradually renovating our house. One of our bigger projects was to renovate the fireplace. When we bought the house, the fireplace had an ornate hood mounted over it which was very dated. I removed the hood, and along with the other renovations to the fireplace and...
  9. 3 Native American style Flutes

    I love designing furniture. I am also enjoying the journey that flute making, and playing has taken me on. Top to bottom: Birdseye Maple(walnut fetish) Key of Am. Walnut (birdseye maple fetish) Key of F#m. Alder (walnut fetish) Key of F#m Peace Spruce Walking Bear
  10. Jigs & Fixtures
    I'm replicating and extending and existing wainscoting, wiping around a wall into another room. I need to machine a flute in the middle of a 4" wide members that runs vertical on the wall. (Posts) The fluting is only in the middle of the board, The board is 48" long, and the fluting needs to be...
  11. Woodworking Skill Share
    I received the latest ShopNotes (Vol. 20 Issue 115) the other day, and as usual, I've looked through it a few times and marked things I want to try later. But, there are a few projects in this issue that just seem way over my head (no rude comments here, please) - like the "Router Milling...
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