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  1. Stand for Toilet paper

    Stand for Toilet paper. The material is larch. Brake from excessive unwinding of the roll. Two shelves.
  2. Anejo Humidor

    Curly Maple, Bubgina edging and key splines The bottom key spline is deliberately unevenly spaced from the other two to give the case a feeling of vertical action and a somewhat lighter feel. The name "Anejo Humidor" denotes that this particular humidor (one of several I have made, including a...
  3. The pendant with usb flash drive inside

    This pendant made of larch inlaid with bronze, stone enamel and river mother of pearl mosaic. This is quite popular object among my customers. I make the pendant with 1 or 2 or 4 Gb usb flash drive.
  4. CD-case

    This is a Christmas-present for my mom and dad. The girl on the first picture is my girlfriend. The whole case is made of one board (made of 2" wide, 3/4" thick, 6' long slats) of larch which I bought ready from the lumberyard because I don't have a jointer. (I'd really like to have one.)...
  5. Adirondack Double Settee

    This is my version of the deck settee for two from the WOOD magazine book "35 Great Outdoor Projects". The wood is larch (from the lumbermill near where I live in Bavaria, Germany). Sizing of the rough sawn lumber is done by handtools, only curves are prepared by a power jigsaw and finished with...
  6. Adirondack Lawn Chairs

    These two Adirondack chairs are based on a plan from popularmechanics.com and are made of larch. They both need their finish refreshed, but look very good at the lawn. The seating comfort is good with some seat pad behind one.
  7. Better to deal ..... Raisin.

    There was a question - trimming throw out or not be lazy and let it go ?? Toad strangled and pushed for 3 days. The cost price is gold …...
  8. A Big Farmhouse Table

    A Big Farmhouse table made for the breakfast room of a B&B. 250cm long 100cm wide.
  9. 2. Wedged-Base Workbench

    Inspired here I built my first workbench. I already had a machine laminated spruce slab with pretty raw uneven surface (1m x 2,4m), that served me for years as workbench on wobbly saw horses or scaffold stage. It was intended to be used as a framework slab for my concrete pillar creations, that...
  10. Timber framed bench

    I learned to timber frame a few years ago when I was part of a crew that built a Memorial Chime Tower at St. Olaf College in Minnesota. I was able to rescue some scraps of beautiful larch timber, and made this bench for my kids. Its a beast, but it mimics some of the lines of the tower, and...
  11. Dog Steps

    After perusing the web, a coworkers' wife was in search of a set of dog steps for their new puppy; she messaged me after seeing some of my previous work and wanted to know if I'd be interested in building a set for her. I searched the web as well looking at designs and prices, and after some...
  12. PYROGRAPHY SIGN

    It's just simple pyrography sign on larch board 220×25cm, 1 inch thick, finished with wood oil. On second photo you can see it on the shop's window - small home factory and store for aromatic oils and other substances.
  13. Laurel and Nutmeg Box

    This box is another result of wanting to try some new-to-me woods and make something, anything I was getting bored! Basic Art/Crafts/Craftsman styled box. The box section is 8"x8"x3", made with nutmeg. The lid is laurel and the interior is cherry lined with a leather bottom. Everything else is...
  14. Peek-A-Boo

    This is a piece of Tamarack, (Larch) that my friend gave me and I made a little bobble for my wife. Its a little mouse peeking out of the hole. The mouse is carved from Maple, then I drilled a hole all the way through the tamarack, and hollowed it out from the back. I then set the carved mouse...
  15. WOODEN SIGN

    Wooden sign ''Fishing house…'' 200×50x2.5 cm, larch. Two 25cm boards glued together with biscuits. Live edge was completely made by 30 degree tilted jigsaw, burned with small gas torch. Letters and fishes were carved by small router, 6mm straight bit, coloured black, some part of fish made with...
  16. Small side table with flared ends.

    Small side table, European oak with legs from treated (hence dark) larch. Matte Sayerlack finish.
  17. FLY-BY-NITE REALTY

    Upon reading Martin's original announcement of the Summer Competition, my initial decision was to forgo the submission of an entry. Already having 10 birdhouses built a few years ago, all presently filled with their respective third broods this summer, by sparrows, great tits and blue tits, I...
  18. Shop stool #2 (and curve soled plane)

    After making my Shop stool I have gotten a lot of interest and questions About it. This one I made in order to experiment with making it more production friendly. Made from larch and oak dowels. Finish is traditional soap flakes. Needed the plane to flatten the curve of the seat. Read my blog...
  19. Tamarack & White Oak Box

    I made this box for my Mom for Christmas. The middle piece is from the old firewood pile that sat in frount of her house for 20 years. I love the knotts. Its a perfect piece of North Idaho Larch. The oak is from a blow over tree that my mom helped me winch up onto my trailer. The walnut accents...
  20. Apple grinder & press

    It is apple time again and this year have been extra generous with apples. I have allways used one of those kitchen juicers and they are ok-ish for half a litre ro so. But i have apples by the wheelbarrels and more serious means is needed. A quick websearch revealed a lot of solutions but not...
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