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  1. Mesquite Patio End Table

    This table shows my continued interest in putting mesquite and iron together. It's 24" high and 25×22 on top. There's a lot of iron work in comparison to the wood work, but I haven't seen a lot of this type of construction out there. I think I'll put a shelf in the next one.
  2. Shop Made Traditional Froe and Mallet (Riving axe)

    I made a froe (riving axe) and mallet for myself using wood from a tree that fell in our yard, and an old lawnmower blade. I used my angle grinder to shape the blade, which took a while because a lawnmower blade is not perfectly straight. After much sweat and grinding, I bolted it to a handle...
  3. Nesting Tables - not strictly a wood project, but for ideas...

    Some nesting tables. Legs and feet were turned on a CNC lathe, semi-circular flat bars cut on a CNC plasma-cutter, plywood on a CNC router. These little babies are off to get real gold-leaf gilding done, and the tops padded and clad in real leather. Unfortunately I'll never see the finished...
  4. Item of Interest

    Not great pictures, but you will get the idea. This is not wood and a explanation may be in order. In Maine we have a co-op gallery with items of iron, wood, stone and glass. Tenotim used to be a member until he decided to move to Texas. Thought you would be interested in this table our iron...
  5. Hey, Wayne, I did it!!!

    I've been saying I needed a miter plane to use on a chute board if I had a chute board. After all the palavering with Wayne and Douglas over the weekend, I decided it was time. I started looking for material Sunday night and this morning I went to the shop at 6 AM. I found a piece of Ash and a...
  6. Work Sharp Station

    I decided I needed a better way to sharpen plane irons and chisels. It also had to sharpen all the knives and tools from the saddle shop. I decided to give the Work Sharp a go. When it got here from Rockler, I immediately knew it had to have a better support than sitting on the bench. I...
  7. Contemporary Reclaimed Barn Wood Sliding Door

    Here's a recent build I did using different barn woods from our lot. The customer picked out all of the different pieces at the lot and then I ripped them, jointed the back side, and brad-nailed/adhered them to the birch plywood. when it was fully assembled, our finish guy did a great lacquer...
  8. Mother's Day Gift for my Mother-in-law

    This is a spin-off of the simple cell phone stand I did last year. I started to make a recipe card holder for my wife and didn't like how it was turning out (she still thought it was fantastic) and she suggested that I make one for her mom. I put it off at Christmas and decided to actually...
  9. Hat Making Tool: Half Circle Groove Curling Shackles, Pencil Curl & Kettle Curl 2-Piece Wooden Tools

    I have several different sized Wooden "Half-Circle Groove" Curling Shackles available now. The common nomenclature for the type of hat curl someone wants is pretty hard to describe with the common names, such as "Pencil Curl" and "Kettle Curl". To help distinguish between the size of curlers I...
  10. Hat Making Tool: Groove Tollikers, Wooden Pencil & Kettle Curl, and an Overwelt Edge Shaper

    These pictures show Groove Tollikers I've made, used to put curves on the edges of hat brims. ---------------------------------- Sizes Available: Model VGOGT6 - 1/4" (6 mm) Vee Groove "Welt Edge" Folding Groove Tolliker Model DGT6 - 1/4" (6 mm) dia. Double Grooved Pencil Curl Groove...
  11. Spike!

    Spike! Just had to give this one a name. haha It is Claro Walnut and Ebony, on a Wrought Iron Stand. Finished with wipe on poly. Started out as a footed cup/chalice type turning. Turned it to 1/2 inch wall and let dry for about a month and a half. Once I went back to turn it round again, It...
  12. Homemade Wooden Router Plane

    Inspired by James Wright's (@woodbywright) YouTube video, I decided to give making a router plane a try. I didn't do the route of making my own iron and went with a Lee Valley Tools one. That, along with $5 worth of hardware and a piece of Osage Orange log I had lying around the scrap pile, the...
  13. Walnut and sycamore chisel plane

    Handmade Chisel Plane made from walnut and sycamore wood. Titebond glued together and cut on bandsaw. 40×5mm bright steel bar bent and sharpened at one end makes the cap iron. A 40mm barrel nut with M6 threaded rod and a brass knurled knob holds it all down tight. A brass plate is araldited to...
  14. Yellow Cedar Table

    Last summer I took apart an old picnic table that had been here when we moved in 9 years ago and was starting to collapse. On examination I realized it was yellow cedar that had aged with real character. I book matched and glued together two of the yellow cedar planks. I saw that they were too...
  15. Krenov plane Zebra wood and Ipe

    Hi mates! here my last project. I always wanted to build my own plane so I started the project to build one following the great book from David Finck. It was a great guidance and in the web I was able to find millions of videos describing every step, so I have plenty of information to start...
  16. ATELIER TABLE

    I made this atelier table for my daughter. Besides work desk for her study activiies, she needed a table for her hobby painting stuff. So, I came up with simple 18×18mm square iron rod construction with 18mm, 93×53cm pine board, with small drawer. My father in law was welding master, I just made...
  17. Cast Iron Barn Wood Deer Antler Coat Mantle

    Made this for my boss as a gift.
  18. Art Deco/Chinoiserie clock

    I designed this clock face as well. Body is fishtail oak, side panels are quilted bigleaf maple. Top is air-dried walnut burl. On reflection this much fishtail en masse is about as stylish as a plaid tuxedo, but it was my first clock, and a gift to my wife, who likes it just fine, thanks. It...
  19. Cutting board

    Cherry, Maple Walnut. Staggered every other. I also cut a wine cork, and attached them to the bottom. I coated it with a butcher block finish.
  20. Modeling tools - for clay post

    Modeling tools for clay I have to many things going on, one of them is the clay, I love the contradiction between the clay and the wood, one need to be cut, one so soft that it needs only a touch. This post is from the Modeling tools blog: http://lumberjocks.com/mafe/blog/40479 Pictures: 1...
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