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  1. My Bike

    I burned this pyrograph into some baltic birch and framed it with hard maple scraps I had in the discard pile. Then finished it with satin laquer spray, 4 coats. I made it from a picture that i took of the bike on a trip I was on several years ago. I just left out everything in the background...
  2. Shaker Table

    After much inspiration from the Woodwhisperer site, I decided to build the Shaker table. I found an article in pop-woodworking by Chris Schwarz with the same table. The table is really only my second real piece of furniture, and my first attempt at half-blind dovetails. Solid cherry and finished...
  3. LumberJocks Woodworking Sign

    I thought I'd do a "double duty" with this one-a sign for our picnic and a Summer Awards Project. I might try it again to see if I can do it better next time but until then, this will be adorning our backyard. Wood: cedar sign; walnut, pine, and something or other wood (stuff I had kicking...
  4. Hand routed cedar name signs.

    Hand routed on cedar stock free hand,painted,sanded and sealed.Peace & Blessing`s from the Panhandle of Texas.Give us a like @ http://facebook.com/BarnwoodBarney
  5. Tile Top Table

    My first tile top table. Customer was very happy with it.
  6. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    I am new to Lumberjocks, and not sure I'm posting this in the right area of the site - but here goes anyway. I am starting a guild in Eastern NC, hosted at my shop in Winterville. My shop is very large, very well equipped, and we have a retail space I am converting into a gallery space. I have...
  7. Blogs
    Picnic Time! I've been thinking about this for quite a while, and was waiting for the right moment to get this going. After talking about it with several of you MA residents, and getting a good vibe from you guys. I think it's time we make it official: Lumberjocks of New England Picnic Day...
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    Pen Blank Perfectionist - Zac Higgins Interview View on YouTube We moved around a lot when I was a kid. Born in Chicago, and lived in Missouri, Reno, Denver, Wisconsin, and Minneapolis. Within those locations we sometimes moved between multiple addresses. I always say that I grew up in...
  9. Blogs
    May have recruited a new member, joined a guild and might've gotten us a sponsor Friday I snuck, yes snuck over to Jonhnsons Workbench in Charlotte, Michigan, about an hours drive from my house. They are the biggest place close to me that carry Rockler, Woodcraft, Veneering products, dowelmax...
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    Presentation to the Delaware Woodworking Guild. Ethan made a comment awhile back that if you get a chance you should join a Woodworking Guild. I went looking and I never found one one in my area. Surprise. I received a phone call 2 days ago asking if I would make a presentation at the...
  11. Blogs
    Phila area Woodworkers meeting Hello fellow Philadelphia area lumberjocks. I would like to invite you to join some fellow woodworkers at the next meeting of the Montgomery County Woodworkers Guild (MCWWG). We will be meeting on Tuesday, Feb 2, 2010, from 7pm - 9pm at the Philadelphia...
  12. Blogs
    Tulsa Area Woodworkers Guild Does anyone know of a good woodworkers guild in the Tulsa area? OR, is there others out there interested in starting one? I have a few woodworking friends in the are and I know there are many more, but cannot find a way in which they can connect. I was thinking...
  13. Blogs
    Honored and Excited ! I am very honored and excited to be given a shout out by two celebrities of the woodworking community, Steve Ramsey from Woodworking for Mere Mortals on presenting his folding stool and from Tom Iovino from Tom's Workbench and the St Petersburg Woodcrafters Guild, as part...
  14. Woodworking Skill Share
    New to LJ, mostly self taught, and I am interested in joining a local wood workers guild in the Salt Lake City area. Anybody know of one? Thanks -Choose to be happy for attitude is everything
  15. Woodworking Skill Share
    Well fellow jocks it took me 9 days to get to Atlanta from Seattle (took the scenic route), but I am finally here. My new problem is that I want to be apart of the local woodworking seen. I am mainly looking for two things. The first being a club for woodworking in general and the next is a club...
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