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  1. Vintage Hawaiian

    I cut this piece on my scroll saw last weekend. I got the photo from an old record album. Sometimes it's just fun to go "retro". This is cut in 1/8" thick Baltic Birch plywood.
  2. Hawaiian Girl

    Pattern designed and cut by Kris Martinson.
  3. Hawaiian Outrigger Canoe

    Pattern designed and cut by Kris Martinson.
  4. Ukulele Keiki

    Pattern design and cutting by Kris Martinson
  5. Hawaiian Milo Cigar Pen in gold

    Hawaiian Milo Cigar Pen in Gold Milo- (Thespesia populnea) is a very nice shade tree that grows by the ocean. Milo trees can grow up to 35 feet tall and 27 inches in diameter. Most milo is small nowadays all under 12 inches in diameter. The wood is a nice pink color when it is freshly cut but...

    OCT 15, 2020 I had a request for a step stool for a short asian lady who needed something to reach her upper kitchen cabinets. I designed this simple 2 step stool made from cabinet grade plywood. All pieces were glued together. Each tread measures 15 inches wide X 10 inches deep. From the...
  7. Koa Wood - Hawaiian Gold is my newest favorite.

    For Christmas, my wife gifted me a box of Koa scraps that she found on eBay. I am always on the lookout for beautiful and unusual woods to add to the 20+ species I already carry to produce my woodstuffs. Although the batch she got me was not enough to go add to my retail arsenal, it has given me...
  8. Blogs
    Hawaiian Alaia build Beginning a build on a Traditional Hawaiian Alaia. 1st step wood selection. I would like to build it with different woods. What woods would go well together. I would like to use at least some Koa wood from the big island. Thank you RS
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