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  1. Walnut TV stand

    This was an exciting project.a lot of learning was done along the way..first I had to flatten and remove the twists from the lumber so I built a very simple planing sled.The top was then assembled using biscuit joinery and breadboard ends..the carcass is held together with pocket hole screws.I...
  2. Atlatl & Darts

    I made this Atlatl Dart Thrower from my Hickory Tree branches, Bamboo Darts with various type points. Metal, bone, antler wood and flint stone . It is one of the aerliest known weapons and hunting tools known to man. It was found in a cave in france dating many many years ago. Cave man times. It...
  3. Hat Making Tools: Restoration and New Parts for the Maillard Allie Conformateur and Formillon

    ---------------------------------------- My work on this antique Conformateur & Formillon consisted of: Building all new wooden "L" Shaped Ebonized Walnut finger keys Building one new brass Push Pin on the top, and doing a thorough calibration and cleaning. Replacing one broken...
  4. Hat Making Tool: Maillard Allie Conformateur and Formillon, Custom Designed Carrying & Storage Case

    This project is a Custom Designed Carrying Case for an old Maillard Allie Conformateur and Formillon hat making tool. The finish is Black Lacquer with Brass Hardware. To Learn more about the Conformateur and Formillon, click here to read more...
  5. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Hey everybody. I've got the good fortune to spend 9 weeks in Europe this summer, and rather than just tourist it up, I'd like to expand the scope of my woodworking awareness. Whether it's a museum, a magnificent structure, or just a friendly craftsman with a desire to share, I'm into it. I'm...
  6. Hand Tools
    So I recently got a Type 16 no 4 Stanley, the knob was fine, but not the tote. It had a bad glue job and an unclean break. This was my first attempt at a tote repair and I tried to redo the break, but lets just say it didn't go too well, for me or the tote. While I am disappointed that that the...
  7. Wood & Lumber
    Hey, just wondering if anyone had any expertise or opinions on this. I have a bunch of cherry from some cabinetry I disassembled, it had a stain & lacquer finish. I have ripped and planed the material so all the outer surfaces have been removed, but I'm concerned about the potential dangers...
  8. Blogs
    Desperately seeking inspiration! I should know better… yet I'm sitting here anyway, browsing through a gazillion web pages - mostly google image serches, trying to find the "right" model for my Sketchup table. Trolling through virtual albums of places I've visited and lived. Places that...
  9. Blogs
    An inspirational horse and rider Whenever I travel, particularly since I got the bug, I make it a point to visit somewhere that houses things made of wood by known or unknown craftsmen so I can fawn over their wonderful creations. I thought I should start sharing. A few years ago I had the...
  10. Blogs
    New Year...New Hobby I have been known to take up a hobby or 37. At 42, on the cusp of 43, and well into the 'balding' years, I have decided that, in lieu of a midlife crisis, I would take up woodworking. Don't get me wrong, a new car and a 27 year old with huge, firm, hands would be wonderful...
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