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  1. 'Old Time' Meters

    100% recycled everything. The meters are from a retrofitted power station on the N. Island of New Zealand, the wood is quartersawn cedar from a kitchen cabinet shop which regularly puts out their offcuts for the public to take away. The meters have actually been recalibrated to read 0-800ma on...
  2. Wall Mounted Coat Rack With Carved Wings

    Simple project made from a piece of poplar. Stain with olive oil and india ink, sealed with paste wax. Hardware grinder and inked for patina.
  3. Mule Head Boot Jack

    I've been a MIA Lumberjock for awhile now, so I'm jumping back in. I made about 40 "head" of mules last year for Christmas presents and sold a bunch to subsidize a new planer. I have mule loving friends around the world and many wanted one of these "jacks". The jack helps to remove boots or...
  4. Wooden fire hydrants

    As a previous volunteer fireman, I decided to make a couple wooden fire hydrants for no other reason than just because. The first one was all random plywood scraps that I had lying around and the second is just made out of common pine. All of the circles were done on my bandsaw, with a circle...
  5. Functional Intarsia ... Well Aged!!

    I hope I'm not too late in wishing you all a Happy New Year?!! The hectic pace of life has kept me away from my computer these many months … other than to enjoy all the many beautiful projects that everyone else has made. That's not to say I haven't had my fun in the workshop though! I've...
  6. Store display for mittens

    Request: She needed a store display to hang mittens on. It was made using materials at hand, some spare plywood and a few knotty pine boards. The post has a 6" lazy susan bearing under it so that it rotates. The protrusion at the top is a card holder for a display sign. It's held in place with a...
  7. Naughty (Knotty) Refined Rustic White Oak & Black Walnut China Hutch, Antler Handles, Antique Glass

    This is my entry in the "A Knot Like No Other" category for the Winter Lumberjock woodworking Competition. Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Photo 5 Photo 6 Project Story: I have a hard time choosing one knot that is special on this project though. I suppose the story behind the knot...
  8. DEADHEAD CYPRESS SCONCE

    See my August 5,2006 Cypress Cabinet project for the explanation of "Deadhead Lumber". Pictured is a slab side from a salvaged log of deadhead cypress. I believe the side of the log the slab was cut from was on the bottom and in the mud because it turned very dark, almost like walnut. The sconce...
  9. A Moving Sculpture: A Sam Maloof Inspired Rocker, A Rocking Chair by Mark DeCou

    This posting is of a Sam Maloof Inspired Rocking Chair that I built, my first one. This chair in the photos is "gone", but if you'd like a handmade rocking chair, please email me for more information email: [email protected] Click Here to See Rocking Chair #2 Click Here to See Rocking...
  10. Buzzard Throne-Cypress

    This is another one of my "deadhead" cypress creations although this one is more sculpture than functional. The metal buzzard is by a member of the Kentucky Craft Council. I often incorporate his pieces with the wood. Throne is about 64 inches high, banded with faux hammered iron ( it's really...
  11. Handcarved Studio Art Furniture Chair: A Kansa Indian and Buffalo Art-Sculpture Piece

    This one-of-a-kind Chair is available for purchase, and immediate shipment. Email me for more information: [email protected] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Project Story: In my spare time this summer I read a fascinating book called "PrairyErth" by a...
  12. Boca Brewery Birdhouse and Feeder By Greg Zirbel

    Artist Greg Zirbel The Boca Brewing Co. located just south of the convergence of the Little Truckee River which drains through the Boca dam and into the Truckee River was one hopping place. One of the best known California breweries of the 19th century started operations in 1876. Boca Lager...
  13. Scrap patio furniture

    I had some scrap laying around and we needed a place to sit. 2×4 and pine fence planks I was toying with the idea of putting rope around the open area around the bottom. not sure yet. any suggestions?
  14. Refined Rustic Dining Chairs, Lessons Learned from my First Side Chair Project

    Here is a Refined Rustic Dining Table Set of Chairs I built to go with the Table that is posted in another project. If you would like something similiar, please email me at [email protected] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Project Story: The...
  15. Cowboy Western Molesworth Horse Ranch Style Resort Home Guest Suitcase Luggage Support Rack Carved

    This is a custom designed Western Luggage Rack, made from Walnut, with distressed saddle leather for straps. If you would like to order one, or a whole set of these racks, let me know at my email address: [email protected] The carved artwork on the side where the Gold Star is located can be...
  16. Blogs
    Functional Intarsia ... Well Aged!! Well! It's about time I got my act together to greet you all, and wish each and everyone a very healthy and happy New Year. Late I know, but better late than never, eh?! I know many of you have been very productive since my last posting in May … having...
  17. Designing Woodworking Projects
    I've been reading and looking at older NF Workbench jobs here and I was wondering if I could get some dimensions from those that have built one. The principle dimensions I need are the foot dims. Say close edge of foot was zero. What is the placement of the pipe center, and the first wide...
  18. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    hey all i'm looking for a table saw, in the madison, wi area. anyone around here looking to get rid of one? i'm kinda looking for anything, hopefully it makes straight cuts…but maybe i could work with something that doesn't as well. thanks
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