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  1. Adjustable Drawer Bottom Grooving Plane for Summer Swap 2017

    This is an adjustable grooving plane for drawer bottoms or wherever you need a groove. The cutter is 1/4 inch. So it cuts a 1/4 inch groove up to 1/2 inch deep. I made this tool for GR8HUNTER, in the Summer 2017 Surprise tool Swap. It was really fun.
  2. Barn board kitchen cabinets

    Made some kitchen cabinets out of floor boards from a haymow. Most boards are elm, with some birch, red oak, white oak and maple. The boards were in the haymow as floor boards for around 80 years. The carcasses are made with 3/4" birch plywood. The drawers are maple with finger, dadoes, and...
  3. Plum Burl Vase, RIP Bill

    A friend of mine dropped of a couple pieces of plum from one of his trees he needed to cut down. Last year I roughed out the vase and patiently waited for it to dry. A couple of months ago he passed away, I will miss his companionship. He was a very good friend, and I am grateful for the...
  4. April Surprise Swap Take 2 1/2 !!!

    Okay this is a Grooving plane that I made out of Beech. The wedge is out of Walnut. It cuts a 1/4" groove about 1/2" up on the board. It's great for half blind dovetails when you need to get the groove inside the tail. The last pic is of a pair of Winding Sticks. They are made out of Bolivian...
  5. Hat Making Tool: Leather Sweat Band Decorative Groove Marking Tool for Vintage Looking Custom Hats

    This custom designed Hat Making Tool was a commissioned item, and has been SOLD. ------------------------- I've been pretty busy the past few weeks working on Maloof-Inspired rocking chairs, and since they aren't finished yet, I've not posted much for projects lately. I did take a break from...
  6. New shop clock

    This is my new shop clock. It replaced a small and annoyingly loud plastic one. Not knocking the "go to" standard shop clock (the ten inch saw blade clock) I settled on this idea. The piece is larger than it may appear in the picture. In fact that's why I placed a 10" blade was to help provide...
  7. Hat Making Tool: Groove Tollikers, Wooden Pencil & Kettle Curl, and an Overwelt Edge Shaper

    These pictures show Groove Tollikers I've made, used to put curves on the edges of hat brims. ---------------------------------- Sizes Available: Model VGOGT6 - 1/4" (6 mm) Vee Groove "Welt Edge" Folding Groove Tolliker Model DGT6 - 1/4" (6 mm) dia. Double Grooved Pencil Curl Groove...
  8. Tool chest ? ....

    The chest is made out of cedar, salvaged from an old corner cabinet disassembled 20 years ago when we moved to our current house. Fortunately I kept the lumber in the attic for all this time. I have been researching for a tool chest since a couple of months ago. (I don´t know why surfing the...
  9. Mulberry Bowl

    Here's a mulberry bowl with a little groove to it.
  10. Shop-made Band Saw Table & Rip Fence (or save more than $100)

    I acquired this band saw in 1975 and believe it or not it didn't feature a rip fence neither a groove for a miter gauge. I finally made my own and I'm here to share the upgrade. I hope it could inspire one who purchased the same model, decades ago ! (or another naked model) Look for all...
  11. Music Box

    This is my first project after moving and getting set up in my new shop. It's a music box for my daughter, the marquetry on top is her name and a fairy she drew. You can't really tell from the picture but the purpleheart that the box is made from is very figured. The top is curly maple, holly...
  12. Military Coin Display

    This is a coin display made for a friend. His boss was recently promoted and this is to be a promotion gift. I chose European beech and American black walnut for a nice contrast. Under florescent light, the beech is not as reddish orange color you see in the first picture. Natural light...
  13. End Table

    The top pattern of this table was made using oak flooring. It turned out to be harder than I originally thought it would be. The flooring was tongue and groove and the side with the groove turned out not to be straight; rather it had a slight curve that matched up with the tongue side. This...
  14. Groove Plow Plane - for me

    This is the prototype I started for the 2021 plane swap - and finished! I don't know about any of you, but rarely does a prototype ever get completed in my hands. Unlike the one for the swap, this one has 'good enough' in almost every part, like spattered paint. All the parts that need to...
  15. Coffee ceremony shrine - Kōhī gishiki kokumotsu kibako.

    Coffee ceremony shrine Kōhī gishiki kokumotsu kibako. Finally I can upload this as a finished project, it ended up taking a long time, before I got to do the finish, du to the fact I have moved to my allotment house (summerhouse) for the summer and have plenty to do here. This post is from a...
  16. Twisted box

    This box was an experiment with stacking glue-ups in a twisted shape. I like how it turned out!
  17. First Cabinet Ever

    I used a Wood Magazine plan for cabinets for this one. I need shop storage, needed an excuse to practice some dados, and another excuse to try out my new Table Saw Fence (Vega 40 Pro). Pretty easy project. First time using dados, first time using european hinges, first time making doors on a...
  18. My entry in the Cutting Board Makers Club

    This is my third attempt making a 3D cutting board. First two I didn't get the angle right. It's made out of maple, cherry, and walnut. I used the plans that SPalm and RetiredCoastie have but changed it a little. I made a jig on my miter gauge with a toggle clamp to get the angle just right. I...
  19. Ribbon/Bow Box

    I like to tinker mostly in making puzzles and toys for children. But when I saw the Bow/Ribbon box in a video on youtube along with a template for the box and ribbon, I knew I had to try it. It's made of poplar and red oak. Next time I'll try inlay for the ribbon, but not having a planer will...
  20. Kerfmaker - Perfect grooves with no trial and error

    If you are like most woodworkers when you make a groove or a dado, you will sneak up on the correct fit through trial and error. This was my standard procedure until I found the Bridge City Kerfmaker. This item intrigued me so much that I thought I would order one until I saw the price. For...
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