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  1. wooden mallet

    Every apprentice has to do his own mallet, so here's mine. A neighbor threw away some wood I scavenged. I don't know the wood's name, it's frequently used as lumber, usually called "indo" (for indonesian I assume), it's hardwood. Second picture is what I started with. I"m not too pleased with...
  2. Walnut Belt Buckle

    First buckle (001/10). Working out the idea in a beautiful piece of Walnut. It is sanded to 600 grit, finished with three coats of wipe on poly, waxed and buffed. I am hoping to start making these in all types of figured hardwoods. I have saved some nice little chunks for something special...
  3. Smoke

    Another ArtBox. This one started out with 3/4" Walnut lumber x 36" long which I cut to width (3.25") and then cut a recess for the Myrtlewood panel that wraps around the middle (about 3/8" deep x 2" wide). After that dried, I cut a kerf for the 1/4" ply bottom and then mitered the pieces. I...
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  4. Jatoba iPad Stands

    Jatoba iPad Stands So I ordered some Jatoba 2×2x12 blanks (from Bellforestproducts.com) to make iPad stands for Christmas. With 2 blanks I was able to make 3 stands that are about 4L x 4W x 2H. I just trued up the blanks since they came a little rough and I used biscuits to align them for...
  5. Wooden Toy Truck - Play Pal - Monster Truck

    The second Play Pal Monster Truck I have posted here. I made this one from pine. I'm experimenting with materials and these are only 3.5 inches long. I just about always have shot pieces of 2×4 laying around. I think the mystery lumber they sell these isn't really a good choice most of the time...
  6. Matching Nightstands

    Matching Nightstands
  7. Curly Maple Bed

    Curly Maple bed one of a kind! It is a queen size bed and probably has over 200 hours in it.The guy I made this for originally wanted cherry and curly maple but once we milled the maple and saw how curly it was I told him this has to be all maple.He provided all the wood he had air dried it for...
  8. Another doll sized bed for a photographer

    This is a small doll sized bed for a photographer friend of my wife. The frame is 1x pine I had and the panels are 1/4 birch glued back to back. I did mortise and tenon joints to get more practice. To set the panels into the rails I used my mortiser and just kept moving down to make to...
  9. CAT_Front_late_night

    In the middle of the night, I was getting ready to head in for the night and pulling all of the trash together so it could go out the next day. I had trimmed off the split ends of several long walnut boards and chucked them in the trash. I kept walking past the can and looking at the scrap...
  10. First ever turned goblet

    This is my first ever turned goblet, I am going to enter it into a competition at a woodturning exhibiton that I'm going to in two weeks time. The goblet was finished with a coat of polyurethane varnish. Here is the link for this goblets youtube video I made;
  11. SAKOF... Don't step on me Stool!

    Everyone was posting pictures if their stools and then a few old timers felt left out and posted theirs…. Well I'm an old timer and never comfortable with being upstaged or mushroomed (kept in the dark)... I decided to present, to all you unfortunates, my SAKOF.... What does SAKOF stand for...
  12. Cambridge pedestal table

    These pedestal tables are selling well. This is the newest style, our Cambridge. This one has solid ash pedestals (3 pieces of 11" 16/4) and feet with a solid 6/4 white oak top, sporting breadboard ends. This one is finished in Starbucks dark brown (WD0001) with 1 coat of emtech sealer and 3...
  13. Larger Band Saw Box

    June, 2013-This one is "larger" because it's the largest I've made so far. I've made wider, and also taller, but this is the first that I have not been able to slice off the back under my 14-inch band saw (without a riser block, which I do not have). So to make it work I glued up some boards...
  14. Butcher Block Stool

    154 pieces of wenge, walnut, cherry, and laurel. Hand carved and mounted on some handmade bent steel legs. And a demon. :P
  15. The Dutch Tool Chest

    In the October issue of Popular Woodworking are the plans for the Dutch Tool Chest. When Chris Schwarz first began write about this bad boy via the Lost Art Press blog, I was instantly intrigued. I was considering building the Anarchrist's Tool Chest but the cost and labor kept putting me off to...
  16. The Mandatory Mallet

    My first Mallet. I'm not sure if this is the most beautiful thing I've made, but it works. It's made from hardwood terrace planks
  17. Just Another Old Door, Or Not.

    I got my hands on a few old doors, some were antique, some were not. Based on the holes for the knobs, this one appears to be from the 40s or 50s. I didn't know exactly what I wanted to do, so I took the top panel out and put some shelves in the hole. The rest was just trial and lots of...
  18. Oak recycled pallet mallet

    Hi guys Here is a recycled oak pallet piece i used for a mallet ( I needed 10 mallets for a leatherwork class for scouts). The hickory handle is recycled too And the lacing is recycled as well Included is a straight line nail hole on the top of the mallet - kinda gives it some character and...
  19. Zebrawood mallet - checking issue?

    As a newbie to woodworking Im amazed at all the various types of wood species. I try to test out and work with different types. Picked up a small piece of zebrawood saturday & made a small mallet. It was easier than expected to drill through it. Love the grain pattern! Made the front angle...
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