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  1. "Generated" 3 more.. pun intended...

    I finished another 3 yesterday … in the morning… and then had the rest of the day off… it was Sunday after all.. 3. This was originally just a straight line stripe board… and I cut it to the first gen… 2. Semi ovaloid shape… goes well with the design. 1. Small boards with a border… I...
  2. NYW Console Table

    Here's a console table from the New Yankee Workshop plans that I built awhile ago. It is pine, with a stain / poly finish. It has held up well in use as a side table for a couple of years now. The aprons are lamination bent then joined to the legs with mortise and tenons. I make a full size...
  3. My Round Shelf Unit, an Etagere

    Shelves are easy, hoops, not so much. I think this is technically an etagere, but my daughter makes fun of me every time I try to pronounce that, so I'm just calling this my round shelf. It's red oak throughout. The hoops are laminated strips, with a total diameter of 65 inches or so. The...
  4. Opposing Arch Coffee Table

    ---------------------------------------------------- FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT MY WEBSITE: blakeweber.us ---------------------------------------------------- This table is the sister to the original "Opposing Arch Table" I built last year. I made most of the parts for both tables at the...
  5. Queen Anne Lowboy Dressing Table

    Queen Anne Dressing Table Here's my latest project. I got the idea and inspiration while visiting a local cabinetmaker with club members from the "New Jersey Woodturners Association" earlier this year. I joined the club in April and how been wow'ed by them. The guys at the club are one...
  6. Custom Buckeye Burl Fly Fishing Landing Net -Gift for Fly Fisherman. Process Pic Heavy

    I recently completed this custom stabilized Buckeye Burl, Wenge, Ebony, Curly Maple & Salvaged Mahogany fly fishing net as a gift for my client to his father, both avid fly fishermen. This landing net hangs from the fisher's back via a Buckeye Burl, Latigo leather, brass, copper and rare earth...
  7. Marketplace Classifieds
    I have a Dewalt DW735 planer with new blades, and extra set of new blades, input and output feed tables, and the chip attachment that connects the planer to a trash can. I listed it on CL for 450 so that if I had to drop a few $$ I could. No calls, am I that far off on price?
  8. Blogs
    Convert random scraps into end grain boards (cut first - design later) OK. This blog stuff is new to me. I've got a couple projects going where I am forcing myself to leave the large stock alone and work with material that ends up getting burned after I have too much of it. I have been using...
  9. Blogs
    Why not? Thursday last a very good client asked if I could make him a cane. "Unique" was his only request. I have made canes before, but mostly by putting a T-handle on a limb of some gnarlment. In pondering the word unique I couldn't get past the cliche of multi-colored lamination with...
  10. Blogs
    A "slight departure" from the Woodwhisperer Roubo Workbench Build The desire for a new workbench was born before Marc began his Roubo build last year, but I can't say his 2012 videos did not throw more fuel on the fire, as did some of the "Worbench of your Dreams" discussions and topics here...
  11. Blogs
    Precursor and laminating the body Intro- I've been using a lot of wooden planes recently and have really come to enjoy their lightness and the feel of wood sliding on wood. Obviously there are a ton of vintage woodies out there; however, I quite enjoy making my own versions of them. They are...
  12. Blogs
    Sofa Table from tension wood#1 This is a series to show my process when dealing with tension wood. I started this topic in a forum call "Darn that curly tension wood" to introduce the topic. Now that I have a plan in process, I wanted to show you how to deal with wood, which is unwilling to...
  13. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Hey guys. My newest problem I need to fix is my computer chair. My current chair is one of those folding steel chairs. I wanted to make a chair that is comfortable, strong, pretty descent looking, and on the cheaper side. If required though I am sure i could go over the budget some. I am new to...
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