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  1. Celtic Scratch Awls

    HEY LOOK WHOsE BACK!!!!!! I've been busy GOOFING OFF doing some projects and making some mistakes. These Scratch Awls are a byproduct of one such mistake. ( Lew, you will appreciate this). While making some Celtic knot pins, one of the blanks slipped in the sled, offsetting one of the inlays...
  2. The Dog Wash

    Everyone loves the dog until she starts to smell like a dog. The problem we had was that bathing the dog in the house created such a mess and hassle. Getting the dog in and out of the bath tub. Water flying every where. Wet foot prints thru the house. If we were washing the dog outside...
  3. cherry/zebrawood box

    this box i made using cherry for the sides & zebrawood for the ends, maple on the bottom, the top is birch burl, this is a fairely large box as you can see, there are 2 inlay strips of different designs along the sides, with aromatic cedar inlays on all 4 sides, the handle is from maple housed...
  4. Ambrosia Maple Bowl

    My first try at turning ambrosia maple, and it turned really nice. The Bowl is about 8" wide and a lil more than 2 inches tall. Finished at 800 grit and treated with hot beeswax and mineral oil, and buffed out to what you see here. I left a few beetle tunnels near the rim of the bowl, to...
  5. Doll case

    Made this for my wife; I used cherry with red mahogany stain. It is a gift for her Goddaughter. She made an exact replica of her wedding day; gown, hair, and flower bouquet. She wanted this to commemorate her special day. I etched the glass to match the details of her wedding...
  6. My Daughter's Dresser

    With our second child on the way, we needed to upgrade my 2 year old from the changetable / dresser to a dedicated dresser for her clothes. Time was an issue so there was no plan to do any fine woodwork. This would be a plywood and paint affair. Constructed mainly of 3/4" birch plywood with...
  7. deer horn knife

    This knife was made from an old machinest file. I made it with the grinder that I made posted on this site. Everything is made totaly by hand. Thought you all would like to see it. More to come. The glass sign was made by my brother. The celtic owel is my knife logo that will be etched into the...
  8. Custom Hardwood iPhone 4 Back Panel

    I went looking for a wooden back panel for my iPhone and was shocked to see the two companies selling them were charging $90-130. So, I decided I could easily make the same (maybe even better) for much less. Here are a couple of prototypes I've made so far. They are both walnut, and the second...
  9. Fly Fishing Fret Work

    Here is a fret work piece I did for my Dad for his birthday. He is an avid fly fisherman who turned 73. I took the easy way out and had it professionally framed and put under glass. Made of Baltic Birch and finished with BLO and clear Poly. Happy Birthday Dad!
  10. Afro-Angel

    I was approached by a co-worker last month after she had seen one of my Inatarsia Amgels, she asked if I could make one with an Afro-American look. Here is the result.
  11. Pyramid box

    Building a pyramid box is not as simple as it looks! I simply thought that 45 degree angles would get me there. Boy, was I wrong. So this became a real challenge. Of course I used the angle grinder on the lid of the box. This lid slides open. The legs are bubinga and the lid is cherry. I wood...
  12. Cradle - It is a love hate relationship...

    This was my first project where I had a set deadline to finish. My wife is due to have our second child in about two weeks, so talk about pressure! I will eventually cut a design in the bottom brace (trestle?), and spend more time on the finish. I took ideas from many different plans and...
  13. whitewashed pine table

    I built this for someone a couple of years ago. Furniture grade pine table is finished with laquer topcoats over a minwax whitewash stain. The tile top is white 6×6 tile. Legs are turned from 8/4 pine.
  14. Outfeed table

    I got a table saw! I'm very pleased with my new Grizzly G0715, so I had to build an outfeed table for it. I haven't routed any grooves to extend the miter slots yet, I will avoid it if I find it's not necessary. It is based on the one in Marc Spagnuolo's episode 30, but I had to modify it...
  15. Crib for the Twins

    This is the crib that I made for my twin daughters. Since the crib for the older daughters was long gone, we borrowed one and this became the second. The crib is made from walnut with ebony plugs in the posts. The hardware is satin nickel. Some of the boards had interesting figure that you...
  16. Storage box

    I made this for my son to store his record cleaning items. I used many varieties of woods including some unusual wood from a pallet from Japan.
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  17. NEW TRAILER FULL OF TOOLS!

    I have been really praying to God for a long time for a lathe. It was one of those tools that are nice to have, but for the money, there are more things of necessity to buy. God came through big time!!!! I got a call from a school district that told me that they knew I was looking for bigger...
  18. Birdland Modern TV Display Stand

    Birdland Modern TV Display Stand medium- Curly Maple, Figured Oak, Purpleheart not for sale created fall/winter 2012
  19. Simple Saw Upgrade

    OK, maybe this isn't defined as a "project", but I wanted to share it anyways as it is so simple, but so nice. The switch prevents the user from accidently starting the saw. The scrap of wood makes it easy to stop the saw without moving your hands or hunting for the switch with your leg. They...
  20. Screwdrivers

    These pictures show some of the 24 screwdrivers I made and had laser-engraved for the Royal Military College Alumni. The kits were from Rockler and the handles were made from cocobolo and zebrawood. Each received 3 coats of tung oil and was buffed. A nice kit and nice wood resulted in nice...
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