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  1. DISPLAY CABINET with SLIDING BYPASS GLASS DOORS & TWO DRAWERS

    This is a modification of the Display Bookcase Plan from American Woodworker September 2007 Issue #130. I built this Display Cabinet for a good friend with a very extensive, varied and quality fishing reel collection. It seems to be well accepted and well stocked. So, I am very pleased with the...
  2. Culture is in the Eye of the Beholder. Intarsia Wall Hanging.

    I was trying to stretch my abilities to make a piece that shows a little more creativity. I saw a picture on the internet that I liked and I took that impression to make a pattern. The funny thing was I had my own impression of the origin of the piece until I was almost finished with it. I...
  3. OAK WINE AND BEAMS

    Have been kicking this post and beam and end grain veneer idea around for a while . Saturday I was cutting up this 3×8 Douglas fir to see if I could salvage some of it between the cracks . Here is the resulting post and beam box with end grain oak veneer stained with red wine ,worked better than...
  4. Previous Project 2 -- Matching Candle Shelf

    Here is my idea…I will post some of my previously build projects so you all can see what kind of work I have done and where my current skill level is at. Unfortunetally, I haven't kept a good digital photo record of all my past projects (including some that I felt turned out really well), so I...
  5. Parchment Covered Table

    It has been a while since i did parchment jobs. If I can give anyone advice it will be stay away from it. I usually use goat skin parchment which is not as smooth and nice than the sheep, but larger. I needed big skin for that job. Parchment is like an animal, it is still very alive. It does...
  6. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Murphy's Law in the Workshop Some of these were picked up from a Florida Woodworkers Association Handbook that I ran across (no date but it has the Officers Photos for 1987.) Others were found on George Walker Designs web page. 1. The first place to look for a lost tool is the last place you...
  7. Blogs
    Woodtreks video on Hide glue, featuring W Patrick Edwards I really like those 3 videos Christopher Schwartz came to do at the workshop a while ago. They are pretty good in my opinion let me know what you think! Hide (& Animal Protein) Glues: Background, Selection and How to Prepare Hammer...
  8. Blogs
    Pipe Clamp Holder for Laminations Are you interested in taking the pain out of using pipe clamps when laminating large blocks? No problem, as long as you have a piece of 2" x 4" to spare (and who doesn't?). 1. Cut the piece of 2" x 4" to a length of 6 to 8 inches longer than the maximum...
  9. Woodworking Skill Share
    I resawed a piece of Teak and would like to bookmark it for a door. When trying to glue with Gorilla Glue it didn't make a good bond. Does any LJs have a way to get a strong joint on 3/8 wood. Thanks Will
  10. Woodworking Skill Share
    Hi all, first time poster long time lurcher. I have a question for those who like to make bandsaw boxes. On the procedures of slicing off the back of the blank and the fronts and backs of the drawers. When it is time to glue them back on…do most of you simply line them up and glue them back...
  11. Designing Woodworking Projects
    I am new to woodworking. And, I am already in over my head. I want to make a pine bed for my 3 year old son. I want to use pine primarily because the other furniture in his room is pine, but also because it is inexpensive. Here is my problem. I cannot find any pine boards thicker than 1"...
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