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  1. Cooking utensils

    Some of the favourite kitchen utensils broke and there was a need to replace them. After a short session in the workshop I replicated the original items but also added my own touch. The utensils are made from birch and finished with food safe mineral oil.
  2. 1st Bowl/Dish/Tray and Fork

    Made this bowl/dish/tray today and re-worked my fork attempt of a week ago. Bowl/dish/tray is a block of cherry wood that was done with a 4'' grinder and fork is out of sycamore. Fork turned out a lot better than it originally looked. LOL Did a lot of fine tuning on it. Thanks for the looks...
  3. Knife and fork - Cuchillo y tenedor

    Cutlery set matching the end grain dish for roast. A true novelty in these land. I glue the wood and an experienced man on steel did the rest (was very happy with the result). A sum of knowledge for a very nice result. The woods used are guayibira and guatambú, and Titebond III glue. Hope you...
  4. Fine Dining automaton

    Fine Dining automaton guinea pigs not included http://www.flickr.com/apps/video/stewart.swf?v=109786
  5. The forks and knives get the treatment!

    I liked the spoon caddy so well I made caddies for the forks and knives. Used the off cuts from the off cut so even though the pieces have different coloring they are all from the same board. The knife block has sapwood and live edge on the front. Obviously(?) I wasn't really precise with the...
  6. WOODEN FORK&SPOON SET

    3 sets to celebrate 300th project….Maple, padauk, zebrawood 23×6cm fork&spoon set, finish food friendly wood oil. It was very usefull first attempt…..8mm looks too thick….max. 5mm thickness would be efficient for next time. I made and transfered two templates for two sides and than I cut those...
  7. Marblewood Carving Set

    I made this carving set for a charity auction for Drew's Crew for Cystic Fibrosis. The Knife is Made in the USA by Dexter-Russell. The handles are Marblewood treated with five coats of Waterlox. Thanks for Looking. For more information on Cystic Fibrosis you can go to...
  8. Ultimate Silverware Drawer???

    My wife wanted some dividers to go in her silverware drawer. I saw it as an opportunity to design and build "the ultimate silverware drawer." One of the initial problems is we only have 2 drawers in our kitchen. So we try to shove a lot of "stuff" into this drawer. We have certainly used up all...
  9. Wood Shaping

    These are some pieces I shaped from scaps I had laying around. I was asked by a potterer if I could make spoons for her bowls and this is what came of that. There was a knife that matched the Purpleheart spoon and fork but it sold when I first put them out for exibit. These are made of...
  10. carved spoon and fork!

    I had a few blocks of cherry at work that i wanted to do something with while i was on my lunch break, i knew i wanted to make a spoon so i free handed a design and carved it and sanded it. After making the spoon i thought it would have been cool to make a matching fork so i free handed a...
  11. Blackberry Cane/Wood Utensils

    Made these out of blackberry cane/wood material. The old growth piece I used was about 2" in diameter. I have 1000's of wild blackberry bushes on the property. They started out as 3 spoons but I reworked 2 of them into a knife and fork. They are very durable which is surprising because the...
  12. Salad Set

    So here is a salad set, spoon and "fork", that I designed and made over the last week. Its a glue up of maple and walnut, free-handed the design, cut it out on the bandsaw, and then worked the shape with the belt sander and my dremel. I am very pleased with the way they turned out. Finished...
  13. Beer Brewing Mashing Fork / Rake for Canton Brewing Company

    My first commission of any kind! :) Canton Brewing Company cares enough about their brewing process and supporting local craftsman that they hired me to hand make them traditional mashing forks for use in their beer production. If they care this much about the details of their tools I can't...
  14. Fork & spoon for hiking

    Fork & spoon for hiking to match the knife Pictures: 1. Hiking fork, spoon and knife. 2. The wood for handles & repurposed fork and spoon, old plastic handles removed. 3. First I cut a groove then drilled holes for the tang's. 4. Fitting the holes with a hole saw made from jig saw blade. 5...
  15. Kitchenware

    While on vacation in Mill Valley visiting out daughter, we visited a nearby Farmer's Market which had several woodworkers displaying their wares. One furniture maker had some nice wooden spoons and I bought one for my wife. I knew it'd be a month of Sundays before I'd even think about making...
  16. Walnut/maple fork

    This fork is the result of the walnut forks handle being broken. This happened a LONG time ago and the "fork" just laid into the shop until today when it met up with the maple handle. Where the 2 woods are joined is covered with very thin jute cord affixed with CA glue. The joint was good and...
  17. Walnut trident/fork

    This is a duplicate of the walnut/maple fork but it's shorter. Measures 9"L and 1 1/4"W It's a gift for a hillbilly friend. Thanks for the looks and comments.
  18. Woodworking Skill Share
    I recently completed my first glider. I patterened it from a porch swing that I have been making for awhile. To turn it into a glider I purchased some 7.5 inch metal glides specifically for gliders from Rockler. I used some features from glider patterns in magazines and adapted to my swing. The...
  19. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Just staring out, I'm the first one to admit that I know just about NOTHING about woodworking, but I'm trying to soak up as much from those with the expertise. The one thing I know is that I'm smitten with it. For example, my wife just left the room, annoyed, after I kept droning on and on...
  20. Blogs
    Clamps and Pliers Used tools: Often a great bargain, occasionally a spectacular bargain, sometimes a puzzle, rarely but delightfully a chance to acquire something with soul and a story to go along with it. Clamps are certainly about the least glamorous of all our toys, er, tools. But you...
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