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  1. Georgia Wall Hanging

    Steve Ramsey of Woodworking for Mere Mortals made a wooden wall hanging of California and asked others to make create their own states or countries. I made an end-grain topography of Georgia. It's made from Southern yellow pine of course and the squares are different heights for the terrain...
  2. Small Maple Burl Turned Bowl

    This gorgeous bowl is made from Maple Burl. This small bowl required a variety of tools and chucks to get the bowl shape and tenon cut off. After making the final cuts it was sanded down to 600 grit and then finished with EEE wax and turner's finish. It is not food safe and is only for...
  3. My Best Magnolia Bowls

    This Wood came from two very big Southern Magnolias at my church. I'm a little partial to Magnolia because its the Mississippi state tree and flower and I think I lived most of my childhood in the top of my neighbor's Magnolia in Jackson, MS. The pastor said he was going to cut them down. I...
  4. Wooden Trivet

    I made these because my girlfriends parents always put the hot pans directly from the stove onto the table and they needed some trivets. They are made of Walnut and Cedar and I just put olive oil on them as a finish. I've yet to see them in action, but I expect some good food in return… they...
  5. Segmented Roman Style Vase

    Segmented vase made with Mahogany, Purple Heart, Movingui (yellow color), Maple, Sapelle and Zebra Wood. It measures 24 1/2 " tall and 12" in diameter. It has over 500 pieces.
  6. Wood & Lumber
    Pine, that's all there is here. Sure I can drive 4 hours to Atlanta and get all the hardwood I need. But I was looking for something a little closer. Heck I would drive 2 hours away. I'm near Bainbridge, GA. Would be willing to drive to Florida or Alabama. Both are only 1/2 hour away. Thank you...
  7. Woodworking Skill Share
    so i just wanted to introduce myself…and say hello to everyone. Im a 4th generation wood worker from North Georgia and scratch out my living making all custom reclaimed wood and barnwood furniture. My great grandpa started Ellijay Lumber Company and cut and milled timber for nearly 125yrs-he...
  8. Blogs
    Lee Nielsen I have just returned from four weeks in the US and had a great time. While I was there I bought some tools and went to a few places. One of those was the Lee Nielsen factory in Maine. Maine is spectacular and worth a trip there for the scenery and the lovely villages. I stayed...
  9. Blogs
    - The Setting A few weeks back my family had the opportunity to go to my brother's cabin on the Cartecay River up in north Georgia for a four day weekend. It is a beautiful place to visit and the log cabin has all of the amenities, is very nice, and has ample room for a large family to live in...
  10. Wood & Lumber
    I found a source for hardwood Just north of Jacksonville FL in Georgia. Here is a list of what they have and a the asking bf price. From what I could tell from a few photos that all boards are rough with straight line rip on one edge. They said it is all kiln dried, but did not say how it...
  11. Safety in the Woodworking Shop
    I have been thinking about putting a pawl on my rip fence as an anti kick back device. Anyone see any issues with this idea?
  12. Focus on the Workspace
    We will be re-locating to a small town near Dublin, Georgia in the near future. It's literally a "cross-roads" town (Kite, GA) in a rural farming area. I need to get a workshop/garage/storage type building put up so we'll have a place to put all our "stuff" in. After we get moved and settled in...
  13. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    I hope this thread gets some interest. There are a number of us in the Atlanta, GA area scattered all around and very few of us know each other. Hopefully this thread will allow us to get to know one another, swap local wood & tool sources, and maybe be of some help to each other from time to...
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