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  1. not sure what to call this cigar

    While working on my double knot, I wanted to make something else as well. Here's what I came up with. upper barrel: the dots are maple inlays (they only appear on the side of the pen currently displayed). I used a forstner bit and plug cutter to make these. lower barrel: The long strip is also...
  2. Conductor's Podium #5

    A recent commission to create a new conductor's podium for a local school came into my email box this Spring. The school colors are red and yellow, so we came up with the color scheme using bloodwood and yellow heart. The legs also have a touch of purple heart to transition between the other...
  3. Kaibigan Rocking Chair

    Kaibigan Rocking Chair Made with reclaimed old wood (Mangkono, Movale, Narra and Camachile). Finished with a flat varnish. 56" x 47" x 28" 'Kaibigan' is a Tagalog word that could mean both friend or lover depending on how you pronounce it. P.S. I apologize for not uploading anything for the...
  4. Assembly Table

    Maybe not a dead flat surface but pretty close. It was time to replace the original table which was built over time with various parts being added as needed. I had a large piece of laminate left over from another project, on 1 1/4" MDF. The old table had a groove down the middle which I used...
  5. Hiking Staff

    One of my best friends is a little person. For Christmas this past year I decided to make a smaller version of my laminate hiking staff for him. What is really cool about this is he is an avid guitarist and the mahogany used in this project was from the scrap pile of Gibson Guitar in Nashville Tn.
  6. Nether Edge Farmers Market Summer 2011

    Just an update on how the stall looked this weekend. . . . in situ! Was a great day for sales and a few ostrich burgers to boot! Thanks to all for their fab feedback on the stall & products :) More images on my Facebook page here: http://www.facebook.com/pangadesign and remember to LIKE the...
  7. Router Table

    I copied this from the version they sell at rockler. I just planed and jointed some 2×4's to make up the frame. It is mortise and tenon construction and it is really sturdy. The top is 3/4" plywood with a solid oak edge band then covered with a yellow laminate. The track is from Highland...
  8. "Kelham" Oak Side/Lamp table - End grain Oak Off-cut Furniture

    Design inspired by the steelworks in here in Sheffield this table is designed to show the end grain of the oak on the entire front and rear faces. Using dowels and Titebond II to laminate top and joint legs. Sanded radials on all edges of side face to produce a stunning piece for any room in the...
  9. Arched bud vase or candle holder

    Hi there, it's been a while since I posted anything. Truth be told, I've been very busy re-building my shop…after the flood. But that's a different story. This posting is to show some xmas gifts that I managed to finish just a couple days ago, the Danish oil is just about dry ;). The idea for...
  10. Cage 'n' A Cage

    It's not a spoon but I thought I'd add this just for fun. I'd seen ball in a cage pieces many times but I wanted to make something just a little different than the run of the mill whittlin'. Hope you enjoy it.
  11. desk

    This desk is made of red oak and oak ply with a laminate top. It was made special for some friends, to the dimensions they wanted. The top is 1 1/2" particle board wrapped with 2" wide oak. figuring out the top was challenging, as the goal was to use the entire width of the laminate to get the...
  12. MFC Upgrade

    We needed additional work surfaces that worked with our Festool clamps, Veritas planing stops, and a way to attach our Woodtek picture frame jig and corner V nailer pneumatic gun. After looking at the Festool table we concluded we did not have enough space for another work table. This led us to...
  13. Laminated Ornamental Turning

    After four decades or so of woodwork, I touched a lathe for the first time. Never a patient person, I loved the instant gratification. That being the case, it's almost comical that I complicated the processes by adding plating (copper) to the processes and, now, laminations. Of course, all...
  14. Multi-Use Tabletop Equipment Cart

    The Woodbuddies Shop has a second cart for mounting table top equipment. Some of the portable table top items are not used continuously and are kept in the cart. The interior shelves are overriding extension pullout to allow for ease in reaching for the tools. The top of the cart has threaded...
  15. Drill Press Table

    As I blogged, I built myself a drill press table. Mostly MDF, Laminate, lots of T-Track, and some Sipo banding to fancy it up.
  16. Router Table Top

    I worked very diligently this weekend to finish the router table top. I added the formica veneer to the substrate, trimmed it. White veneer for the top and a dark veneer for the bottom. I did this so I would know which side is up! Just kidding-I needed the rest of the 4×8 white formica for...
  17. Wilbur's new crib

    With impending arrival of our new twins, I decided to make a place for the dog to sleep. Because I wasn't convinced that I could make a safe and good looking pair of cribs in time so I mad a crib for the dog. What I ended up with is this Cherry and Maple dog crate which is held together with...
  18. Spalted Kudu

    This is a spalted pecan top with walnut veneer empire style. I used kudu horns for legs with silver tips.
  19. First set of bow bread knives, OUCH, they are sharp!

    I first saw these bow bread knives at a craft show in FL earlier this year and then searched here on LJ and found a few and where to buy the blades and accompanying stainless steel screws (KenCraft Co. Inc. Toledo, OH sells these kits) I made all 5 of these over the past 2 months in between...
  20. A finished Mongolian bow

    Just finished this baby. Woods used were Blackwood, Rhodesian teak some leftover Wenger, maple and Tambotie from a fallen tree
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