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  1. Black Walnut Cross

    1/4" black walnut cross for a friend of mine who's daughter is having a baby shower next weekend. After working on some pretty complicated projects, I just wanted to get something basic and simple done. This was it. Second picture is the cross after I applied a danish oil finish to it...
  2. And yet...another fret work cross

    9 1/2" tall, cut from 1/4" black walnut. Just finished tonight. Really enjoyed cutting this one!
  3. A Step Back to Simplicity

    This is a very simple clock to make on the scroll saw, it's alway nice to get a project done in a couple hours start to finish. The pattern for this clock came from Steve Good's site and can be found HERE I obviously made some changes to the pattern that made it simpler and I think a little bit...
  4. Santa in July?

    It's 104 degrees in my shop, and I'm cutting on a Santa? just doesn't seem right! Well this year I decided to get started early on Christmas gift's, getting tired of the last minute rush to finish projects. It was cut out of 1/8" Baltic Birch Ply and I stack cut three at one time. Well I hope...
  5. New Clock for the Wife

    Made a new clock for my wife's quilting room. I have to order a movement for it, just waiting for payday…. I did the outer ring twice. The first time I stack cut two sections twice, but I just could not get perfect fit when I tried to glue the sections together, so I cut it as one piece. 332...
  6. The good life

    This is a pattern by Carol & Homer bishop. I had it enlarged to make it 30 X 38. This is made of 25 different woods and 233 pieces. I weighs 40-50 lbs. These pictures do not do it justice but it is the best I can take at this time. This was a project that took me 4 months to work on over the...
  7. Bell tower clock

    This tower clock took me well over a hundred hours just to cut it out.
  8. Queen Anne Basket

    Here is a project I finally finished. I started and stopped this one a few times. I got motivated to finish this one when a good friend fell in love with it when she saw the lid half done. The box is 7" across and 4" tall and is based on a patter called "Queen Anne Basket" from the book "Scroll...
  9. Heart in Hand

    Good morning, I made this as a gift for my wife for our 36th anniversary. Cut on my dewalt scroll saw from 1/4" baltic birch, and painted. The frame is quatersawn white oak…or is it riftsawn?? There are maple splines in the corners…not shown With the frame, it's 10 1/2" x 13" I don't remember...
  10. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hello to all. This is my first time posting a question anywhere much less here. I am trying to run 3 different machines off of one 3 phase rotary phase converter, with only one machine running at a time. I got the converter to run a 5hp powermatic table saw. I have since added two machines...
  11. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Hi all, Before I started to create one of my own, I thought that I would ask if anyone has a set of plans for a Masonic apron display case. We have several Past District Deputy Grand Masters and Past District Education Officers in our Lodge and I would like to present them with displays that...
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