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  1. Classical Guitarist's Footstool Footrest

    Just recently started woodworking and my brother is a classical guitarist so this was an obvious project for me.. The main footrest is reclaimed white oak with a leather pad and the scissor supports on the side are mahogany plywood i pulled off of some drawers (reclaimed) and some 3/8" dowels...
  2. Yep

    10.25"x 3.25" Sanded to 600, buffed with tripoli, 2 coats boiled linseed oil.
  3. Persimmon Bowl

    11.25"x4.5" Persimmon
  4. Sweet Sixteen Staved Bombe Box

    Box number 23 in my recent box series. This is number 9 in my Adventures into Shape. This box is built from pine, cedar and poplar. It is the 2nd build with 16 mitered and glued staves. It has dowels that secure each stave to the top and bottom rims. This box is shorter and stouter than the...
  5. Pinewood Derby Car, Going Back to the Races in 2012, a long 40 year wait, with the same results

    Well, it's been about a 40 year wait, but I finally went back to the Pinewood Derby Races. Funny how things repeat themselves. Back Down Memory Lane: In 1972 or 1973, I had the best looking car in the lineup, just not the fastest. My dad had done most of the detail work, with my approvals and...
  6. Hat Making Tool: Right-Handed & Left-Handed Foot Tollikers, Hard Rock Maple & Abalone Shell

    This is a Hat Maker's Tool called a Foot Tolliker Materials: Hardrock Maple Wood Poplar Wood Black Walnut Wood Availability: Normall, I build these tools on order, but you can check at Etsy.com by clicking here to see what is in inventory ------------------------------------------...
  7. Plow horse relief carving

    This is my first relief carving. I was inspired by the power and motion of a drawing in an old art book. The carving itself is about 3" x 7" and is in a scrap of red alder. I apologize for the quality of the photography. I have been trying to improve the photos of all of my projects. This...
  8. Board Chest - Pine and Iron

    This is a blanket chest I just built on commission. It started out as three immaculately clear pine boards, a pile of wrought/cut nails, and some hardware from Horton Brasses. There are no knots in the chest - it is entirely clear. Amazing material. I decided early on that it would be...
  9. First Posted Project.

    Hi All, Well as you can see by the title this is the first of a few projects I plan to post. The only reason I choose this one is it is current. My wife has wanted new living room furniture for a while. We went to Woodworkers Source and she looked over the entrance wall for the type of wood...
  10. Hat Making Tool: Foot Tollikers, Hard Rock Maple & Black Walnut

    One of these Walnut Tollikers is made as a mirror image of the other three, as it is used inside of the crown to shape the lid on a Top Hat. ALL HAT MAKING ITEMS THAT I HAVE IN STOCK ARE LISTED IN MY ETSY.COM ONLINE SHOP, click here to check inventory ------------------------------------------...
  11. foot stool

    I had this idea not to long ago, that I could make some durable foot stools for my kids, nieces and nephews out of a basic 2×12. Figured out I could get 6 of them out of a single 10 foot board. So, one 2×12x8, and one 2×12x10 later, I had two failed stools that succeed in teaching me, plus one...
  12. Foot Rest

    Here's my entry for the Wood Joinery Challenge. My wife asked for a foot rest to go under her desk, around the time the Summer Challenge was announced. I thought I could come up with a design that didn't need: glue, nails, screws or mechanical fasteners. It took a little more time, but was a...
  13. Hat Making Tool: Foot Tollikers, Double Set on a Display Stand

    Sold (3-28-2008) - this matched set of Birch Tollikers has been sold and is headed to the Brainpan Hat Shop in Sumner, WA. ALL HAT MAKING ITEMS THAT I HAVE IN STOCK ARE LISTED IN MY ETSY.COM ONLINE SHOP, click here to check inventory ------------------------------------------ What does this...
  14. Hat Making Tool: Foot Tolliker in Walnut Wood on a Display Stand

    SOLD 4-29-2008: This Tollliker and Stand is headed to Buckaroo Hatters in Tennessee. Purchasing: ALL HAT MAKING ITEMS THAT I HAVE IN STOCK ARE LISTED IN MY ETSY.COM ONLINE SHOP, click here to check inventory email: [email protected] ------------------------------------------ What does...
  15. Hat Making Tool: Foot Tolliker in Elk Antler and Birch Wood on a Walnut Display Stand

    ------------------------------------------ This one-of-a-kind Collector's, Elk Antler & Birch Tolliker/Display Stand now lives on a shelf in the Spradley Hats shop in Alpine, Texas USA. ------------------------------------------ Purchasing: Right Hand Maple Foot Tolliker Left Hand Maple...
  16. Hat Making Tool: Foot Tolllikers, Three in White Birch Wood

    SOLD: All of these White Birch Tollikers shown in the photo have been sold. ALL HAT MAKING ITEMS THAT I HAVE IN STOCK ARE LISTED IN MY ETSY.COM ONLINE SHOP, click here to check inventory ------------------------------------------ What does this thing do? Watch this video by California Custom...
  17. Cherry Trestle Table

    This table was the culmination of my dining room set. With the chairs complete it was time to build the table. We knew we wanted a trestle table but the traditional squarish base was not what I was after. After many hours searching the web and all my woodworking books I cobbled together a...
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