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  1. Custom XL Sliding Barn Door

    Here's a massive sliding barn door I recently made for a customer. This thing weighs about 400-500 lbs. and is made of steel, birch plywood, and grey hemlock siding from our lot. It measures 64" wide and 105" tall and slides over into a recess the customer had built into the room. We sprayed the...
  2. Large Mirrored Door Upper Case in Cherry

    I finally got around to making the upper case for a large Dresser/Case combination I designed a couple of years ago. The case is made from Pennsylvania Cherry with Sapele adjustable shelves. The case is about 48" high, 14" deep and 45 "wide. It was made to fit on top of the lower chest of...
  3. Boxguy's Colleague's Holey Box

    Pictured: Derrick's jewelry keeper that he made features a sliding tray, dividers, ring holders, 1/8 inch paired corner splines, inset top, 5 coats of hand rubbed finish, mortised piano hinge, and an elongated finger lift. It is made from local woods. The sides are Black Cherry and the top is...
  4. small pine hutch

    love knots, we use this in the master bathroom as a medicine cabinet. finished it with garnet shellac and sprayed lacquer…...thanks
  5. Footed Natural Edge Knotty Ash Vessel

    This is another vessel from the Three Legged Dog series I've recently been making. The blank came from the same tree that I made Erlenmeyer Footed Natural Edge Ash Flask though it is isn't a major crotch blank. I suppose where the knot/branch had grown from the limb that it is a small crotch...
  6. small shelves

    Solid walnut, character included. Approx. 30" high x 16" wide x 7" deep. Back is ship lapped with a beaded edge. Shelves about 1/2" thick and sit on pegs. Face frame was also 1/2" thick so I half-lapped it instead of mortise and tenon. Finished with 1 coat boiled linseed oil followed with...
  7. A Cufflink Cabinet

    My cuff links were getting out of control, so it obviously called for a small cabinet to house them. I used some distressed walnut for the carcass, including a giant knot in the top, spalted sycamore for the drawer fronts, and walnut and maple dividers for inside the drawers. I used some long...
  8. Family Height Chart

    We wanted a height board to track our families growth over the years, and knew we wanted something that would move if we moved as well. The board is a simple knotty pine shelf picked up from the local home center. I filled the knots with epoxy and ink and pared/scraped the excess off. It was...
  9. Rustic Industrial Desk

    I wanted a piece to build and learn on as I went. I wanted to break out of my norm of safe and clean lined. I chose to use Alder and use some of the techniques for creating a worn or reclaimed look to the wood. Using my angle grinder and wire cup, I went with the grain to create that...
  10. the santa in me-CHOO CHOO TRAIN

    THIS HAS BEEN SO MUCH FUN FOR ME, ITS A SMALL TRAIN SET MADE FOR A FRIENDS GRANDSON, THE ENGINE IS MADE FROM WALNUT, RED CEDAR AND DOG WOOD AND HEART PINE, AND THE CARS ARE MADE WITH ANTIQUE SOUTHERN HEART PINE AND WALNUT. I PAINTED A FIRE BOX WITH FLAMES IN IT , THIS LITTLE BOY IS FIVE YEARS...
  11. Fancy Wood Cane #045A: Figured Knotted Almond

    This is my entry for "A Knot Like No Other". It is made from a piece of figured almond that had a large elongated knot smack in the center of the board and it angled down in the piece of wood so that if I wanted to make the handle and shaft of one solid piece, the handle was not going to lay at...
  12. Scrap wood stool

    At work we needed a little stool, So i dug through the trash bin and pulled out as much of the scrap and trash knotted wood i could find. It is all made out of basswood because that is the primary wood we use. The top is made up of different thickness strips and was laminated and planed to size...
  13. Helen's desk

    I made this for my teenage Daughter. She wanted to challenge me to make her desk without any straight lines. (I love a straight line.) I mostly succeeded. The top is solid Walnut made from one 11' air dried board. It was cross cut and the back piece slid up next to the front piece. Ebony...
  14. Knot Board

    This is a booth for the Houston Scout Fair. The main board is 4×8 ply and has 49 knots. All knots are tied with 1.4 nylon rope. Their are 7 boards that are 12×36. These boards show step by step exmples of how to tie 7 basic knots all Scouts should know. Square Knot, Overhand Knot, Bow Knot...
  15. Adirondack-Chair

    Firstly I would like point out that this is not really my own project..not the design anyway. Long story short: My mother once bought this exact kind of chair at a "wall-mart kind of store" here in Sweden. It was poorly made, (wiggly,badly painted, and the material was ugly spruce). I decided...
  16. pine dry sink

    I had 4 old pine boards that where in with another deal. I hung onto them until just the right project for them came along. One board was worked over pretty bad by bugs but I had to use it to keep from running out of material. Plan was in a old Popular WW book. I wiped on 1 coat amber shellac...
  17. Mitered Box With Paracord Handles

    Making a mitered plywood box with paracord handles. To store wooden building blocks I made a box from plywood with mitre joints and handles made of paracord. My son gave it a special paint job. Please also watch the video about this build and subscribe to my channel on YouTube! I cut a...
  18. Ambrosia Maple Filing Cabinet

    This project has been in progress for more than a month now, but it is finally completed. It was built for our furnished rental apartment because we didn't have a place to keep our documents. It ended up being 32" high, 32" wide and 20" deep. It just barely accommodates hanging legal file...
  19. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hi there folks. This is my first post so please be gentle… I am looking to upgrade my Dewalt jobsite table saw to a slightly more intermediate table saw and like lots of people i am looking at the Ridgid r4512 and the Delta 36-725. I am leaning towards the Delta but i went to check it out at...
  20. Woodworking Skill Share
    How has your experience been with jointer and planner blades hitting knots in Douglas Fir on Yellow Pine? Do the blades get nicked? Go dull a lot faster? I have some project that 2×4's would be a great solution for. I'm just wondering how much damage I'll do to my equipment.
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