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  1. Projects Beech and Cherry HiVise with Benchcrafted hardware

    This is my version of a HiVise accessory vise for my bench. The vice is easily portable and moved from surface to surface using the accessory mounting screw. Hardware and plans from Benchcrafted. Shout out to Caleb James (@calebjamesmaker) for his ShaperHub project that made building this a...
  2. Kerfing plane.

    Hello to all, this is the first kerfing plane that I made, it is inspired on theTom Fidgen´s one but with some diffrences. It is made with some beech that I had around and with a piece of an old saw. The saw is filled at 7 ppi. It works very well and accurate. I did not like the screws that hold...
  3. Wimble, Brace and a Modern Bit of Creativity

    Hey there Lumber Jock gang!, hope all is well in your neck of the woods. Well….. loving handtools as you know I do, I have always loved these old braces made of wood….but I just plain do not have the 100-150 plus bucks to plunk down for one….lmao. So even though in my mind I really one day...
  4. necklace presentation display

    Simple necklace presentation display, made of oak. Only used handtools. (connections made with 4mm dowels)
  5. class project

    This was one of the first piece of furniture I ever made. I made it when I was taking cabinetmaking in college. It was the first quarters final grade. we had to use nothing but hand tool to take it from rough stock to finish. with the exception of being able to route the top. I even added the...
  6. Kuksa made of Cherry

    Hey gang, I hope you may have read through the blog this evening. Here is my first try at creating a Kuksa! Very challenging piece of treenware to take on. I learned a lot of do's and dont's for the next go around. I feel that creating more than just a few spoons at this point provided me with...
  7. Beer Plane attempt (Inspired from Tim and Kiefer)

    Hey everyone, hope the week and New Year has been good to you so far. Thanks to the fine work and creativity of LJ buddies Tim and Kiefer I really thought this was such a clever project….and being I like a good beer, although a Stewarts Root Beer is just as good, I decided to give a try at this...
  8. Exercises in Woodsmithing

    Hey gang, hope all is well in the world of LJ's. Once more thanks for all the comments on my past projects and all of your inresting and talented posts/projects, they are terrific! I have seen some really inspiring examples of wooden hinges on here and other sites, and I just had to see if I...
  9. Bed side table

    Hello again. This is I bed side table that I have made for my brother like 2 months ago. It is made with walnut and maple. I used only hand tools. I made it after a course I made with an extraordinary woodworker from Toledo, his name is Julio Alonso from Flamingo workshop. I finished it with...
  10. Shaker Wall Cupboard with a twist!

    My interpretation of a Shaker Wall Cupboard and with a twist. I've been working on this "Gift" (and a bit late) Jewelry Armoire for over a year with the design kickin around in my head for years. I got called back into action to do a couple kitchen rehabs this year with custom cabinets and this...
  11. Axe Handles

    I started this project with the need for a Hatchet at Camp. I know I had Axe/Hatchet heads in my "Extras/Restore Boxes" but wasn't sure what I had, so I pulled them out, boy I had forgotten just how many I had. Once I got Started I had to finish them all. Harvested a nice straight Ash, cut it...
  12. chopping block island

    My Wife has wanted a chopping block island for years. Our kitchen in Seattle just didn't have the room for one, but the kitchen in France was PLENTY big enough. I looked into taking some 5/4 maple and gluing it up for her, but without a table saw and a power planer (except for a Lathe - I have...
  13. Zebrawood Hand-Plane for box/drawer making

    While I was in Montana, building the Shaker Style Bench with Todd Clippinger, I used a small wooden plane that someone made for Todd to clean up the dovetails on the drawers/boxes. This plane felt just like my general purpose plane, the first plane I ever made, only its smaller size made it...
  14. Live Edge Bench Hooks

    I needed to make a set of bench hooks so that I would quit using my shooting board. I used some ash that I had, and the width was perfect when ripped in half. This resulted in having some live edge incorporated into the bench hook itself. More details in the build video.
  15. 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...
  16. Japanese Inspired Monitor Stand

    This is a monitor stand I made to hold two 21" monitors. The height of the monitors I use at work was too low and I needed something to raise them up a bit. There was a piece of rough sawn ash that had been sitting around my shop for awhile which I thought would work well for it. Both the top...
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