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  1. Olive/Walnut Tongs

    These Olive/Walnut tongs are great for cheese and pickles, etc.
  2. Salad Set

    This simple salad set consists of a "regular" spatula and a "regular' spatula with teeth in it. Great for salads!
  3. End Grain Butcher Block Style Boards

    Hi, I'm new to LumberJocks. I build kitchen gadgets for a living. Here is an example of my work. In addition to building wooden art pieces, I teach classes periodically in the Grand Rapids MI area on how to build them. Most of the works pictured are end grain made from a variety of...
  4. The Christmas gift of making presents with my grandsons

    Every year I round up my two grandsons that live close and we make up a batch of gifts for presents. My grandsons are growing up fast, so now they have moved on to some safer power tools. They are also learning about sanding, and how to make clean cuts to avoid it. They each have a tool they...
  5. Spatulas and Spurtles

    Here's some spatulas and spurtles that I turned recently. They are all made of Maple and painted to spiff them up a bit. I make these for the craft circuit and they have proven to be quite popular. In addition to a nice product or gift they make a great exercise in turning beads, etc. All...
  6. Spatula (and what the heck is this wood?)

    The power company was in the field across the street yesterday cutting trees that were too close to the power lines. I grabed a small cut off (about 2 feet long and 4 or 5 inches across) with the thought of bandsawing it open and seeing what kind of grain it has. At first I thought poplar but...
  7. Another Rolling Pin

    This is the finished rolling pin from the steps, in the blog, for making them. This one has a slight taper from the center to the ends. Guess what everyone is getting for Christmas next year!
  8. Live edge cherry spatula

    So heres a cool little creation.. I made a cherry spatula, split from a log using a froe, shaped with an axe, then a drawknife. But I left a bit of the live edge on. Finished with a butchers block wax. What do you think?
  9. Christmas Gifts

    These are Christmas gifts I made for my daughter. Both are from kits I bought from Chefware Kits. I turned the handles from a Walnut tool handle blank that I bought some time back and never used. I am happy with the way they turned out.
  10. Wacky Birdseye maple spoons

    More wooden spoons I created out of birds eye maple for my wife's collection. Www.woodenenhancements.com
  11. SALAD SPRING TONGS •

    Feb 15, 2015 This project was inspired when I was on vacation in North Carolina in July of 2015. We were in a gift shop and saw what was called Kentucky Spring Tongs. They were intriguing because of the use of the woods natural spring properties. I also liked it because these tongs store flat...
  12. Rolling Pin #1

    Door Prize for my family reunion on Labor Day. Used Cherry, Maple, and Mahogany for the body. One handle is Red Oak and other is Cherry. Oiled with several coats of Mineral Oil. 5/16" Axle all the way through body. Three inch Copper tubing at each end for bushings. Nylon spacer at each end...
  13. LSU Fan Rolling Pin-Rolling Pin #2

    Rolling pin made for a cousin who is a big LSU fan. Used Cherry, Maple, and Mahogany for the body. Handles are Maple. Pin is oiled with several coats of Mineral Oil. 5/16" Axle all the way through body. Three inch Stainless Steel tubing at each end for bushings. Nylon spacer at each end between...
  14. Rolling Pin #3

    Rolling pin made for a cousin. Used Cherry, Maple, and Mahogany for the body. Handles are Cherry. Pin is oiled with several coats of Mineral Oil. 5/16" Axle all the way through body. Three inch Stainless Steel tubing at each end for bushings. Nylon spacer at each end between handle and body...
  15. Blogs
    TOE the Trickle Outward Effect On my walk this morning I paused to admire the Willamette River. It is wide and this morning it was quiet, peaceful and full. As always it was flowing past me, underneath my footbridge. The body split apart and came back together again with grace and ease...
  16. Designing Woodworking Projects
    I am making a rocking chair and I'm not using any plans. Just looked at some pictures to go along with What I already had in my head. I think I've got the measurements where I need them. I been kinda measuring me and My wife and coming up with something in between. The only thing I been...
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