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  1. General Woodworking Discussions
    Hello, I'm hoping someone can give me advice on something I'm going back and forth with in my mind before I build a commissioned gun cabinet. The cabinet will be built out of solid white oak and in total will be somewhere in the neighborhood of 120 BF. With the doors and lower drawers being...
  2. Joinery
    Hello everyone, I'm trying to learn a little more about dowel joinery. I appreciate those willing to share their experience with dowel or lack of dowel joinery. Thanks for your response in advance. Microsoft Forms
  3. Spalted Molly

    I carved this lady in a piece of Spalted Maple. As many of you may know, a piece of wood becomes "spalted' due to the introduction and decomposition of the wood from fungus. The different types of fungus give the wood its' various colors. No artist will ever be a match for the beauty that Mother...
  4. Woodsmith Router Mortising Jig

    I decided that I needed a mortise jig before I started my next piece of furniture. This should make mortising quick and clean. I took the plans from Woodsmith #147. First picture was before I installed the T-track. Photo 2 shows the 4 adjustment blocks that you use to size the mortises. Photo...
  5. Chair

    Chair made to match dessk for my daughter. Solid walnut with faux suede cover over two inch foam pad.
  6. Miter/Mitre Box

    As a rookie on woodworking cuting straight isnt one of my strong points, so the miter/mitre box was created!!! I made it from spares, its just two bigger pieces one on each side that I glued and screwed to the bottom, later I aded a piece of acrylic to make it more stable (I ended up changing...
  7. The Lady

    A work entitled "The Lady". A single drawer, bandsawn box. The timber is Australian Red Cedar. Finished in pure Tung Oil, fine sanded to 1500 wet & dry. Fun to make. Tony Ward
  8. All the Queen's Jewels

    This is a large jewerly case constructed of black walnut and figured cherry. The case is constructed with dovetail joinery. The drawers are designed utilizing the Hambidge progression, featuring dovetail joinery and burgundy velvet divided jewerly compartments. The design was inspired by a...
  9. Cherry Box

    Made a cherry box with sapele trim for my 15 year old daughter. She made her dad happy when she really liked it. Hardware is Brusso. Very nice to work with.
  10. Stool

    Made with claro walnut and madrone. What was fun for this project was thinking up and then making the joinery for the legs.
  11. Plum Burl Vase, RIP Bill

    A friend of mine dropped of a couple pieces of plum from one of his trees he needed to cut down. Last year I roughed out the vase and patiently waited for it to dry. A couple of months ago he passed away, I will miss his companionship. He was a very good friend, and I am grateful for the...
  12. rustic, slab, live edge maple table or bench

    This is a rustic, slab, live edge maple table or bench. Side rails are naturally bent. Finish is 4 coats miniwax semi poly. I need to take more pictures of the live edge. Bench is appoximately 39 inches long, 19 inches high and 14 inches wide. I have also started working on a cherry console...
  13. Demilune

    White Oak and Mahogany with Minwax Antique Oil Finish "Demilune" uses compound angled floating tenon joints, tapered bent laminations, veneering, and hand cut joints with hidden room for expansion/contraction. With this piece I decided to focus on taking a very traditional French/Italian...
  14. Walnut Table

    submitted for your viewing,....... is a 9'x 42"x32" walnut table the top was selected from 5000 bf of custom sawed lumber these two 3" slabs once revealed, screamed to be the top even before the saw dust was brushed away with a fantastic 32" crotch blazing down what wood become the head...
  15. Stiletto Cabinet

    ---------------------------------------------------- FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT MY WEBSITE: blakeweber.us ---------------------------------------------------- Solid figured Maple and Claro Walnut. The cabinet is 27" wide, 17" tall and 12" deep, and it stands 58" tall overall...
  16. Bubinga & Maple Trivet Set

    A bubinga and maple trivet set made as a gift for a social media supporter. The trivets are 6" square in contained in a mitered caddy. My Festool Kapex and 4mm Dominoes made quick work of this project. It was all finished off with a 220 grit sand and some mineral oil...
  17. Baby Cradle

    My wife was shopping for baby things few months back (we were expecting a baby that is now born) and found a nice basket in a baby store. The store was selling some stand for the basket but, obviously, I suggested my wife that I can build a cradle to fit the basket. After some discussions...
  18. Miter saw stand

    Ch, Ch, Check it out! I need to move this guy a lot and the basic stand is sorely lacking. A T-track kit and some left over 3/4" ply made for a slick little fence which works rather well.
  19. Turning Useful Projects from Leftovers

    I had some nice chunks of wood leftover from my clock & pepper grinder projects. And you know how woodworkers hate to get rid of what looks like usable scrap. (When the pieces get too small to make a drawer knob it might be suitable for using to smoke ribs & as a last resort it goes into the...
  20. Poplar Bookcases (conventional lumber)

    I recently made a set of 2 matching bookcases for my stepmother's new house. She wanted the design plain and simple, but with an arched top rail. I learned about this preference after I had assembled the sides. I thought over several ways of joining the rail without using any fasteners or...
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