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  1. Treasure Chest

    A good friend of my wife's ask if I would make a treasure chest for her Grandson. After looking at pirate treasure chests on the Internet I sat down with some graph paper and came up with the design above. The treasure chest measures 14" wide, 10 1/2" deep and 12 and 1/2" high. It is made of Red...
  2. Bobbin Lace/Craft Table

    This table is custom-made for the ladies in my wife's Bobbin Lace group. It is the latest version with all the modifications requested over the years. It stands approximately 25" high; the legs are adjustable giving it a height range of from 23" to 27". Most just leave it at 25". The top can be...
  3. Drill Press Table

    I decided it was time to replace my old shop built table with a new one based on my experiences with the old one. I build Tables and Pellow stands for the ladies in my wife's Bobbin lace group. Drilling holes in the long pieces was a problem so the new table had to be expandable. I also wanted...
  4. Sanding Storage/Organization Cabinet

    Finally, after laterally years of frustration, I decided it was time to once and for all build that Sanding Cabinet to store and organize all my sandy stuff. I started with a Plan I found in a September, 2005 Wood Magazine. I liked the plan, but it was not big enough for all the supplies I...
  5. 45 degree / bevel crosscut sled

    Here's a 45 degree / bevel crosscut sled I built over the weekend to help with a jewerly box I'm working on and other future projects. I used Jay Bates video as a guide and kept it fairly vanilla. Anytime I try to make my jigs fancy with extensions/built in stops/ T track my accuracy is...
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