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  1. Lazy Susan with Inlay

    I had wanted to try my hand at doing simple inlay, and had a few pieces of 4/4 walnut lying around that I thought would be a good candidate for the experiment. Also, we had a need for a place to put serving dishes, hot things, and salt & pepper sets, etc, on the kitchen table I finished this...
  2. Zebrawood Lazy Susan

    This is my 24 inch diameter Zebrawood Lazy Susan. It has just over 360 pieces of Zebrawood veneer to give it the swirl pattern. It really looks great as it spins, especially with light shinning on it. The edges are banded with the same veneer to give it a nice finished look.
  3. Lazy Man's Entertainment Tower

    Having just expanded my home entertainment system prompted me to pen this article. The build may not be inspirational but I thought the the concept may be worth an honorary mention. Do you remember when you wanted to swoon to the dulcet tones of Glen Miller or shock the kids with a dose of Tom...
  4. Cherry with Andiroba lazy susan

    This simple project came out well in the end, but not without trials and tribulations. I was well on the way to my 20" lazy susan project ending up as a few very pretty toothpicks. The band saw circle jig was slipping…I was making spirals, not a circle. When I started over, my original plan of...
  5. Oak Carousel

    This is an oak carousel I made for my wife. The ones you buy in the stores just don't cut it. They are not tall enough to put our table top spices under and if you put them on top they tip and spin off. This is made out of 3/4" solid oak. I used a Cabot dark mohogany stain for the napkin...
  6. Just a quick one...

    I have been busy with a lot of things recently so have not been posting here much… still drop in and have a look but….. This is a Lazy Larry that I made for my wife as an anniversary gift….26 years of marriage… Timbers used… purple heart, silver ash, tasmanian myrtle and tasmanian blackwood as a...
  7. The "Andy" Susans

    When Andy (gfadvm) posted his version of lazy Susan without hardware, I took it as a challenge to try. That and the fact that I wanted a couple for this weekends show. These are made from scraps of 2" thick Ash slabs. They are about 13" x 13" with several coats of tung Oil. I used a 1-1/2...
  8. Lazy Susan at the Lathe

    I have been stressing when I worked on the lathe. Constantly hunting for the necessary tool. So I made this Lazy Susan. I started by laying out the tools I frequently use. I included tools such as caliper, ruler, pencils, as well as my 'Go-To' lathe cutting tools and CA glue bottle. After...
  9. Chip and Dip Lazy Larry..

    Been thinking on this for quite a while.. Finally got to it…A Lazy Larry with a lip around the edge. European Wild Cherry with Tasmanian Blackwood accents. . I was going to and still will… make the dipping boards made popular by closetguy . A mate threw up some pottery bowls.. Had not used them...
  10. "Discovery" - A Mosaic in Wood

    This work is inspired by fellow lumberjock Robin Tucker (WoodMosaic) and the fabulous projects and tutorials he has posted here. This is a hexagonal Lazy Susan approx 12" wide and 1.5" high, made of .150" thick shop sawn Walnut, Mahogany, Maple and Poplar veneer, and laid onto a plywood base...
  11. First Lazy Susan - Spalted Maple and Walnut

    Got a family request for a lazy susan from my sister in law. My directions were that it should be about 14" and needs to have a "fence" to prevent the 3 kids from zipping things off of it so easily. I went with a nice section of a spalted maple board that I've been holding onto for awhile. I...
  12. Mahogany Lazy Susan

    18" Diameter single Honduran Mahogany board turned on a lathe by hand.
  13. Spiral Lazy Larry

    I have been busy this past 7 days and over the next few will post why. This is the first 'Lazy Larry' built using the new spiral jig I have just built. Timber is PH and SA of course. More different ones being built. Finish is tung oil and wax. I have a Blog on the Jig and the process and will...
  14. Large Woven Lazy Larry with PH and SA

    Yes yet another Lazy Larry and yes yet another woven board..ho hum. All kidding aside I just love to make these types of projects,, and this is a good combo of the two,, The main weave this time is PH with SA background and the accents are PH and SA God forbid if I used some other timber. The...
  15. Lazy Susan Workshop Organiser

    I have been slowly working on my workshop to-do list since I haven't had any paying projects in a little while and I'm looking forward to making some projects with some color the shop has been looking very drab lately . The design I used came from Bob Clagett from I Like to Make Stuff...
  16. Cake Turntable (Lazy Susan)

    Just a simple cake decorating turntable I made for a friend. It's made from cherry, walnut, maple, and padauk. Just some scraps I had laying around. The edges are treated with a 1/4 inch roundover. The bearing comes from Lee Valley, and is virtually all plastic. I attached it by roughing up one...
  17. Utility Room Cabinets

    These are Utility Room Cabinets that I was hired to do back before Christmas. Because of the holidays, it made it very difficult to get done in a timely manner. However, as of today I am done! I would be proud to have such a cabinet in my utility room!!! It is all oak and oak veneer ply. I...
  18. Cherry & Walnut Lazy Susan Bowl

    I had a small surgery Wensday and have to stay out of the shop for a few days. That has allowed me time to began catching up on posting here. This is one of the larger segmented pieces I've made and it is the fourth one like this. Appx. 12" X 4" plus the base bowl is about 3" high. The assembly...
  19. Scalloped Spiral Lazy Larry

    The Lazy Larry from the 6th part of the blog is finished and ready for your perusal. Purple heart and New Guinea Rosewood with accent stripe of Silver Ash. Approximately 20 " in diameter. Fourth pic has it in the 'inspirations chair' There is still another part to the blog to come.. just a...
  20. Rustic Lazy Susan with Malachite Stone Inlay

    We had a special request from a customer for a 22" lazy susan with malachite inlay. It is 2" thick and coated with 3 coates of poyurethane. This was a fun and simple project
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