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  1. Handle for Japanese Pull Saw Blade

    A while ago, I ordered my first Japanese Dozuki Saw to realise I had bought a replacement blade only. Today, I took a piece of scrap Oak and made a simple handle to suit my hand. I cut a 2cm section of Galvanised Sheet Steel that I folded to form a spine and fitted it to the blade. I roughly...
  2. Chisel Plane Made From Firewood

    A Chisel Plane Is a hand plane that can get right up to the edge where a traditional plane can not go. This one is made of white oak firewood, a scrap of Padauk, and an old Block plane iron. It can be made of most any hardwood you would like, these are just what I had on hand. I like doing...
  3. Demilune

    White Oak and Mahogany with Minwax Antique Oil Finish "Demilune" uses compound angled floating tenon joints, tapered bent laminations, veneering, and hand cut joints with hidden room for expansion/contraction. With this piece I decided to focus on taking a very traditional French/Italian...
  4. Hand Joinery Bedside Table

    Quarter-sawn Mahogany, 2010 "Hand Joinery Bedside Table" was my first project completed at Rochester Institute of Technology. The requirements for this piece was to use all hand tools to make a small table, using only the bandsaw to rough out general shapes, every finished surface and all...
  5. Epic Wooden PC Case - WoodWorkLIFE

    Hey Guys, This was a very special project combining two of my biggest passions, woodworking and technology. I made PC case or a modded PC case whatever you want to call it, completely out of wood. For this project I used two contrasting woods that work wonderfully together, Sycamore and...
  6. Blanket Chest

    Custom made blanket chest from spalted red oak. Finished with a dye stain.
  7. Mesquite Bar set

    The wine glasses, mugs and wooden shooters are made from mesquite from north Texas. The wine glasses are a turning technique called inside out turning. The log is cut square and then split into 4 equal parts and glued back together with the center of the log on the outside. It is mounted on the...
  8. My First Outdoor Lounge

    Hi 3 months ago i made my first Outdoor Lounge 100% made whit solid Parota Beams it was a really hard work. Since I work alone. all the joints are made whit Festool XL 700 I decided to put sunbrella cushions that is the best fabric for outdoor. I only make Unique pieces. hope u like it heres...
  9. Fully Hand-worked Sofa Table

    Hi, Every woodworker. It past 1 year since my last posting. Long time, no see. I made this without any electric power, just as a trial for myslef. and I'm so happy and proud of me that I could do it. I posted the whole procedures at my english blog. ( http://gahyunsdaddy.blogspot.com/ ) and...
  10. Whiskey Barrel Coffee Table

    Here is a unique coffee table. I have been building these for the past 6 years. It has had great reviews and is top seller for many years. Top opens for storage and is hinged and is supported by a cylinder to hold open. Remove all charcoal from inside to remove odor and is sprayed with several...
  11. Amber Coffin Movie Cabinet

    Well folks…it has been a very long time since posting on here. I surely hope everyone is well and good! I have a love for all of those great classic Hammer horror films as well as many others and so once I saw an episode of The Woodwrights Shop with Roy making a pine coffin…well… I was...
  12. Hand made Christmas 2017

    The holidays can be a time of joy with family and friends. It can also serve as a reminder of just how many friends you have. If you're like me, you don't want to leave anyone out when it comes to the gift giving. Unfortunately, this last year was financially tough. SO i decided to try my hand...
  13. Turning Saw

    Hand made Turning saw based on the Gramercy tools kit which I've had for absolutely ages and finally decided to make. The kit I bought comprised of the handles, pins and three blades. The wood used is quarter-sawn European beech. I believe Gramercy make the handles from American hickory...
  14. Hand Carved Jailer's Keys

    Three years ago my wife and I visited Zion National Park, Utah, USA for a few days during one of our touring holidays on the other side of the pond and one day after a nice hike, we stopped at Wildcat Willies in Springdale for some food. It was a welcoming place and I quickly made a new...
  15. Traditional Oilstone Holder

    I decided to make a traditional holder for my Norton medium India stone (8"x2"x1") after watching Bill Carter talking about oilstones on YouTube. After searching the internet for other examples, I merged all the elements that I liked into my design. It features a pitched roof, opposing chamfers...
  16. Leaf Dining Chair

    Sorry but have not been posting for awhile. Have taken up golf and find that it is taking most of my time. Here in the Philippines, I can play all year round. Sorry to hear about the brutally cold weather in the US and extremely hot weather in Australia. I think I will stay here. This is my...
  17. Scraper Shavers

    These are my versions of the scraper shapers we did in a Mason-Dixon Woodworker workshop. See Karson's work for background - save me some writing. These are large round, small round, flat, and chamfer of maple and sapele and tung oil. I may not ever use these much, but they were great fun to...
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