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  1. Built In Dresser with Flanking Closets

    This was a fun project. Origionaly it was and open alcove with a TV and a few shelves. Plywood and white enamel, realy classy. This is an old barn turned house so we were going through and removing all the anachronistic trim, flooring, etc. This is the master suite and i was tasked with...
  2. Sign-In Board

    This is a sign-in board that I did for a Bar Mitzvah for my son who is a skater boy. The body is made of cherry, maple scroll/Torah with cocobolo spindle accents. 5 skateboard blanks with brass screws and finishing washers were used to be the white space to sign-in on. The whole piece was...
  3. A three legged live walnut coffee table

    This liveedge slab was in such a bad shape, that required more than just a little tlc. To begin, lumber was slighty damaged and with some cracks and voids. I used epoxy to fill most of it. Since, the shape of wood was so unique, I decide to make it one of a kind by having only 3 legs. Used Ash...
  4. Credenza Salon des Refuses

    This credenza was made out of reclaim wood, red spruce, it was part of a building in Brooklyn that was demolished As part of the NY Week Design, this piece was exhibit in The Salon des Refuses The idea behind the show was using reclaimed wood. Each participant was given an allowance of free...
  5. Built In Wall Units

    Another project for my artist friend who added a large bay window and alcove to house his wife's piano as their mansion grew. They commissioned the bookcases to fit the decor and I built and painted these units to match.
  6. End tables in time for Christmas

    The wife Rhoda wanted end tables for Christmas (with round corners)...American Walnut with Maple inlays…I just finished these tables, well not really, the other one is still in the paint room drying after a little touch up, but it looks the same as this one. They are 22"x25"x23" with Blum motion...
  7. Fun With Cedar Logs #1: A Rustic Impression of a Sitting Stool

    I had a good time last week crafting a small stool to be used in our church's Vacation Bible School program. We used a Western Theme, which fit well with the ranch community here in the Kansas Flinthill's area, largely a ranching community with lots of pasture, open prairie and grazing cattle...
  8. Built-in Cabinet

    Cabinets that I made for my house.
  9. This Old Crack House (Mother In Law Kitchen) third of three kitchens

    Mother in Law Kitchen (lower level - three of three kitchens) This mother in law kitchen adjoins and serves the lover level great room home theater. It also has a ¾ private bathroom and future sauna that accompanies the full kitchen. In addition to designing, building and installing the...
  10. Book Shelf in a Nook

    This project was both fun as well as challenging at the same time. The space was a shallow nook in the hallway at the top of the stairs. The design was rather basic per the customer's instructions. The challenge? Building the project in sections that were small enough to carry on-board the...
  11. More work of my in-laws.....

    It seems that my inlaws are recieving the primary benefit of my hobby. This summer I redid their family room bringing it from 1978 to today. It is hard to believe the transformation. Being their house is build on a slab, there is limited storage space so I rebuild the pantry with a pocket...
  12. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Hello. I try to find a free Woodworking Plan for a 4 in 1 crib. They is not possible to get here in Sweden for a normal prize. Anybody here who know a link ? Someting like this. http://babycribfinder.com/convertible-baby-cribs/will-the-delta-children-emery-4-in-1-crib-be-your-next-good-buy...
  13. Wood & Lumber
    Hi All I am fairly new to woodworking been doing it for last 3 years or so but in that time I went through a considerable amount of plywood for the home gamer. I was ripping up a 8ft x 4ft sheet that I got from a local supplier and was the 6th sheet from the same delivery batch and suddenly...
  14. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I need a pair of end cutting pliers. Wondering if any are still American made, I googled and was surprised to find this list ;-) http://www.stillmadeinusa.com/tools.html#handtools I googled Canada too and found some info, but nothing like the USA list.
  15. Blogs
    #1 Some additional photos of the Living room and bar project Photo one shows the matching arches we did in the foyer. Photo two shows the custom bar stools the client had made. Photo three show the hand carved limestone and marble fireplace. Photo four shows the iron work...
  16. Blogs
    I like big knots and I cannot lie. Is it just me or are knots in cedar strip canoes really cool. I think clear cedar is overrated. Because the hull is encased in fiberglass, the knots shouldn't be an issue when it comes to hull strenth. But why doesn't anyone make canoes with knots. As for...
  17. Blogs
    getting started! Although I haven't completed many big projects before, I got the hair-brained idea to construct a large built in entertainment center in our media room. I am hoping to get the carcasses and face frames built fairly quickly, then take some time to build a large drawer at the...
  18. Blogs
    What was your first experience with handplanes? Mine was about 7 years ago, I still wasn't doing anything woodworking like, and we had moved to a new apartment where the bathroom door wouldn't close since it was too tall and would hit the jamb (well- actually we mounted one of those...
  19. Blogs
    Design ideas, need some feedback OK, so yeah - another blog about a router table, but since I'm going to make one , might as well document it while I go, maybe someone can benefit from this. I've had a Rockler router table top + plate + fence which I got when I bought my router (Bosch 2...
  20. Sweating for Bucks Through Woodworking
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