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  1. Fly Fishing Rod Case - Purpleheart, Maple, Walnut - Engraved

    This is the first of two fly rod cases that I just completed for inclusion in an event/auction to raise funds for a group called the Shepherd's Men. This group helps raise awareness/funds for a place in Atlanta, GA (the Shepherd Center) that provides care to veterans and their families - most of...
  2. Eagle Staff

    First post so be kind. Just graduated from school, have my first job and for the first time I find myself with a little disposable time and a few sheckles to spend on a hobby I've been eying for a long time. I love scouting and have toyed around with carving sticks on countless camp outs...
  3. bellows

    Bellows! I do hope this counts as woodworking as it's "mixed media" :) This was for a woodwork challenge. I was given a piece of very knotted Spanish chestnut (I was away the day they announced the challenge, so I was left with the last piece, so ¯\-(ツ)-/¯ ). I decided to make a pair of...
  4. Walnut and Leather Forearm Crutches

    These were a custom request from a lady who has MS and walks with a forearm crutch. Right now she only needs one but we decided a pair would be better so they would match if she needs both in the future. Both crutches were cut from the same board. I picked the straightest grained one I could...
  5. Jewelry Armoire for Sister-in-Law

    I finally finished this jewelry armoire that started early in January for my sister-in-law. I was originally supposed to deliver it by her birthday in February but several issues cropped up to prevent it. The carcass is made out of curly red oak I had left in the shop with walnut and birdseye...
  6. Stand Up Desk

    I built this Stand Up desk for a Minister friend of mine who likes to write his sermons standing up, while having all his reference materials at hand. The over all dimensions are close to 46" high, 30" deep and 66" long. Materials are Honduras Mahogony primary wood, Maple base, Poplar secondary...
  7. I'm back! first scandi knife.

    Hello all, it's been awhile but I've finally gotten around to finishing a project I've been working on. :) what we have here is a scandi knife I've made using a polar blade, Nordic birch handle finished with ccl knife oil. The sheath is stitched veg tanned leather that I dyed black. This project...
  8. Strops for Christmas Knives

    Mike and Steve are my sister in law's stepsons. They each got a new knife for Christmas. A strop and some honing compound is just the thing to keep a keen edge on those blades. A bit of leather and some flat maple to back it up. Shape a comfortable handle. Attach the 2 inch by 8 inch...
  9. Prairie Couch in walnut and leather

    Eastern walnut Prairie couch with european leather and a sprung seating. Dye, oil and wax finish. I have two more of these almost finished. I need a bigger shop! The coffee table/blanket chest is mine as well. Our sun room is looking nice! This couch is for sale if anyone is interested…
  10. 2019 Beer Swap - Wood 'n Leather Beer Chest

    Ok for the 2019 LJ Beer Swap I pulled together a Wood 'n Leather Beer Chest. Black Mesquite and Angelim ends and Tooled veg tanned leather front and back/top. The button is turned from Applewood provided by a fellow LJ'er. The handle is Aluminum and American Elm. Finished with 3 coats of poly...
  11. Walnut & Poplar Box with Copper - all reclaimed / salvaged materials

    This here is my main contribution to the 2014 Box Swap and it went to Clieb91. I also made another little box that went to his little girl, but I'll post that as another project. All materials in this box are reclaimed or salvaged. The box is made of black walnut and poplar, finished with...
  12. Adding a Little Leather to an Oak Swivel Desk Chair

    This chair was covered in naugahide so I redid it with leather and the back used to have cane so I followed suit with a little leather.
  13. Knife Project

    I had one of these knifes as a young boy and when I saw this kit I had to have it. The project was really the leather handle. It consist of multiple leather pieces the size of half dollars which are slipped over a tang. The decorative lines are inserted in between the leather to create a...
  14. A COUPLE OF STROPS

    Yesterday my son in law and I made him a new leather belt from a six foot piece and when we where done had a good piece left over so I decided to make a couple of strops . Used some birch flooring planed to 1/2" and some walnut scraps for the handle . The handle is attached with a tennon joint...
  15. Kaler's Bank

    Grandson, Kaler turns two today, and I thought a guy ought to have a place to start saving his birthday cash. Another LJ posted a collection of piggy banks that looked good to me, so I borrowed the design and embellished it with a little pair of leather ears and tail. 9 inches long, 5.5 inches...
  16. Cherry Boot Jack

    There are many plans on the web for boot jacks and lots of flexibility for customization. This was a satisfying project that was done mostly in one evening. I cut out the shape with a jigsaw and doweled in a fulcrum on the bottom. The leather pieces were glued and tacked down. Finished with...
  17. Bent Form Guitar Stand

    Where to being on this project. The saga started this summer when I came home from school and had some time for the summer so I wanted to work on a project. I have access to a small woodshop in the area and I set out to try to find something to make. I started browsing LJ's projects to get some...
  18. Native American Kiva (ladder) with tooled leather accents.

    This is my latest creation. This Kiva or Native American ladder is meant as a corner unit in bathroom for towels. It's also good for a bedroom or such as a place to display quilts. It's made out of eastern, red, aromatic, ceder poles and branches. The construction is mortise and tenon with...
  19. Steve Ramsey inspired wooden mallet

    Wooden mallet i made last week out of oak and leather from boots i bought at goodwill. Head is three pieces sandwiched together. the middle piece i drill 1 1/2 inch holes into and filled with BB's. it added some nice weight and to my surprise makes it respond like a deadblow. Very handy little...
  20. BENCH BUDDY FOR MY SWEETHEARTS

    Got a surprise present the other day and I am looking forward to use these beautiful Sweet Heart chisels but before I will ,I thought I better make myself a nice little chisel mallet . The mallet is laminated hickory for the handle and filled in with lacewood and a walnut butt ,the head is wood...
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