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  1. Christmasy Pens

    Long time no post. The last few years my woodworking has mostly consisted of pen turning. At some point I'll post a few of my favorites that I've made. For now, I'll post these two. A couple weeks ago I was feeling festive and decided to make some segmented Christmas colored pens. The segmented...
  2. Golf Ball Marker Plaques

    When my wife finally decided to take up golf four years ago, I was excited about the opportunity to play together not only in the area, but when we take vacations. She's hooked and actually plays more than I do now! At the time she started playing I started to collect golf ball markers from...
  3. Writing slope with marquetry

    My sister and her husband had me and my wife over for dinner and the subject of wood woorking came up. (Who would have thought!) She asked if I could make her a writing slope. I asked "What's that?" And after a little google search and some sawdust this was the result. I took an marquetry...
  4. Moup

    Sometimes I feel stuck in a rut, just making boxes. Its then feel I need to try something different. This is a Mood Uplighter 110mm in diametre x 250mm high. Made from African Blackwood, Holly and Ebony veneer, ply and some electrical bits. Glues are PVA and CA Finish is the usual. Pictures...
  5. Inlaid Dovetail Test Piece

    Test piece for an inlaid dovetail blanket chest.
  6. Dominoes Table

    Hi Everyone, Here is a project finally after a long drought. I've been working on this one for a long time. No plans on this one…I designed it and built it off looking at another cheaper not so nice one with a different support system. Made of cherry and finished with hand applied poly. The...
  7. A couple of This weekends projects

    A couple of the boards I made this weekend. The first for my sister-in-laws wedding present is Paduak, Maple, Mahogany and a little cube trick of Ebony, Maple, Holly and Koa. The second for a customer is Paduak, Maple, Tiete, and a bit of Hawaiian Koa. Comments and critiques are welcome.
  8. Gun grips and display case for Dad

    About three years ago, my Dad asked me to make him some custom grips for his S&W .38 special revolver.Being a Texan , and a Texas history buff, he wanted a Texas flag, or something along those lines inlayed into the grips. I thought this was a great idea , but decided to do more than just make...
  9. Assorted Older Spoons

    This is one of a couple of gallery's I am posting of spoons I've made over the past couple of years. All are hewn and carved with traditional tools. 1) Celtic Knotwork Spoon, American Holly, appx. 8 1/2" long 2) Knotwork spoon with Two Captured Balls (traditionally called Devils in a Well)...
  10. Not quite spoons

    Not quite spoons: 1) Musical Spoons, Cherry, 12"long. Inspired by an old story of a group of Chinese brothers, each of which had an unusual skill. One's talent was the ability to inhale an ocean and hold it in his mouth. 2) three more Musical Spoons, Cherry, 12" long. A fiddle head, an...
  11. Assorted bowls and a platter

    1 & 2) Pond Scene. Pine, 3'+ long, 1" high. This piece was roughed out with a chainsaw, then worked with hand tools. The idea came from the placement of a couple of knots in the wood, which became the eyes of the frog. Then the idea of a pond came to me, but I didn't wand the "pond" to just...
  12. A Tribute to Hokusai

    As I've said before, I am a Hokusai nut. I absolutely love those 18th century woodblock prints from the great master Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) showing the force of nature and the beauty of Mt. Fuji. Here is a jewelry box which encompasses 4 of Hokusai's masterpieces, created in marquetry...
  13. Holly turned box

    First time using holly, love it!
  14. Claro Walnut Band Saw Box

    March, 2012-Another box made from a solid block from Woodcraft. I have worked with walnut before but this was a first with "Claro Walnut." I'd say it is a little harder than ordinary walnut. Fun little project. I think the knobs were some left-over hickory. Tung oil finish. By the way, I...
  15. Greene & Greene Game Table

    This is one of two Greene & Greene Game Tables I made. They are modeled after the Gamble House Dining Room Table. The game board is removable and reversible. The reverse side is a Blokus board. When the Chess/Blokus board is removed there is a Backgammon board in the well.
  16. Frame and Panel Blanket Chest

    Carcase is solid Cherry. panels are veneered plywood with Quilted Maple on the outside and Aromatic cedar on the inside. Posts have a Federal style stringing pattern inlayed with Holly. Lid has a 1.5 inch thick foam cushion for sitting and is upholstered with a floral pattern. Chest also has a...
  17. Small Keepsake Box... Holly, Cherry & Wenge

    I cant seem to get away from making these little boxes. Here I present to you my most recent keepsake box made from American Holly, Cherry and Wenge. This box is the same design as many of my other boxes with the exception of the handle. The handle design came from another box that I had seen...
  18. Intarsia JMU Duke

    My latest intarsia piece is for my oldest son who graduated from JMU both undergrad and grad. I tried a few new techniques on this one that opened my eyes going forward on how I'll attack all of my intarsia pieces. The most enlightening was the double bevel cutting technique. It allowed for...
  19. Walnut Magic Wands

    A few of the wands I have made. The last picture includes walnut, cherry and holly wands.
  20. Holly / Turquoise Bolo Tie

    Made from holly wood, turquoise colored stones, and a shoe string. I'd been wanting to make one of these for a while now and finally did so today. Took a LOT of tedious sanding and shaping and I think it turned out well. Finished with wipe-on-poly, then wax, then buffed real niiiice. The 3rd...
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