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  1. Home Sweet Turtle Home

    Not really a woodworking project, this 16' x 4' carpentry project was built in 3 LONG days of summer heat. The frame is made of redwood, the doors and top are made of cedar. The "windows" are heavy gauge hardware cloth wire stapled into the window frame. I used a kreg jig build the entire...
  2. This was my first attempt at cabinets

    We were having a house built and I told my wife that i would like to try to build the kitchen and bathroom cabinets to save money and she thought I was nuts. I signed up for a cabinet making class at Lee Valley Tools. And of course I had to buy some tools as well. My favorite tool so far is my...
  3. Flower planter

    I had the main water line access panel on my front yard and it looked ugly so I decided to put a planter on top of it. I still needed to be able to access the water line so the center can be easily removed.
  4. Another Wine Cabinet, From Maple

    June, 2012-When my sister-in-law saw the earlier wine cabinet I made for my wife (http://lumberjocks.com/projects/66619) she asked me to make one for her. She decided she wanted it stained English Chestnut, so I decided to use maple solid and maple plywood. The wood came from Anderson Lumber...
  5. Round Kitchen Table

    First attempt at a round tabletop & pedestal base. Glued and screwed the top with pocket holes. Cut out with a router attached to a circle cutting jig. I'd really like to try a round column for the pedestal once I get a lathe. This all built with pine from Home Depot. Tools used...
  6. Ballustrade Coffee Table 5'x5'

    I built this big 5'x5' coffee table for our living room. Made it big enough to be accessible from couches that border the room. Inspired by plans on Anna White website, restoration hardware replica. Baluster portion of leg ordered from Osborne wood. All else, home depot pine 2×6 and 1×6...
  7. Curvy Step Stools

    These little stools are very similar to a pair that I made for Christmas gifts in 2013. I was SO excited to see that Ana White had update the plans that I used, making the construction much simpler. They are essentially the same stool, the main difference being that the sides are do not sit at...
  8. Simple Bookshelf

    I've been planning this project for weeks. It's finally finished. A simple bookshelf made from pine. It's been stained with a Minwax Ebony stain.
  9. Farmhouse table

    Simple farmhouse table I built for my daughter.
  10. Display Box

    These are pictures of a display box made for a friend. They sell nick knacks and jewelry of the medieval period, and the box had to represent the period also. It was built so when closed the necklaces and hanging jewelry will stay on the dowel side and the plywood divider keeps the other stuff...
  11. Poplar Simple Tv Stand - Classic Gray Stain

    This Tv stand has become one of my favorite pieces i've put together. A lot of planning went into this project. For over a year we had our tv on an Ikea coffee table. It was about time to replace it with a nice piece. I designed the stand myself using Illustrator. The entire project cost about...
  12. Oak entertainment center

    Custom cabinets for a client. Basic oak plywood carcasses. Pocket hole face frames. Nothing fancy but sure is solid.
  13. Kreg Jig Station

    Because I ended up with two Kreg K3's, I wanted to make a simple, but useful, station for them. This allows me to work more easily with wider material. It also allows me to more quickly work with thinner material, as one jig is set up with the micro drill guide. Drill bit storage is right up...
  14. Blanket Chest #4 (January 2013)

    18×18 x 32 Pine About $60 Video of the entire build process on my blog here on LJ Link to the SketchUp file Link to the cutlist Link to the layout diagram
  15. Kreg Jig Portable Workstation

    The Kreg Jig is mounted to a small board which nests in the workstation. This workstation gives support to your wood as you work. It contains five storage compartments behind three sliding doors. These compartment store screws, bits, drills, clamps, and the jig itself. It can also house the Kreg...
  16. Dog Bench

    This is a bench that I made for our dog. It gives him a place to sleep and also allows him to look out the window. My wife is making a proper pad for the top of it. It is made of solid oak for the frame and oak plywood for the rest. I used the Kreg jig exclusively for joinery and loved it. The...
  17. Kreg Pocket Hole Station

    Got the idea for this out of an article in a woodworking magazine, so can't take credit for the design, but very happy with the result. Used some spare 3/4" particleboard (base, top, long sides) and 1/2" plywood (long and short dividers) laying around, pretty much just dado and glued, nothing...
  18. Chalkboard Pallet Shelf

    Shelf is made from reclaimed pallet wood. Panels are painted with chalkboard paint. This was my first attempt using my Kreg Jig and I'm now sold on it! Always fun working with reclaimed wood!
  19. TV Stand/Dresser with DVD Storage on the side.

    I built this dresser/tv stand for a coworker. It turned out better than I thought it would. It was the first project I built for someone else. They want to pay me for the work but I have no idea what a fair market value would be. I was wondering what everyone thinks I should charge for this...
  20. KregJig Workbench with power.

    I needed an extra work bench when I saw this on kregjig.com. It looked simple enough and cheap. So I made this in about 5 hrs. And I wired it so I can plug the table into the wall and I have 4 outlets on the table itself. So far I really like it. Strong, sturdy, cheap, and easy. Everything...
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