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  1. Credenza Salon des Refuses

    This credenza was made out of reclaim wood, red spruce, it was part of a building in Brooklyn that was demolished As part of the NY Week Design, this piece was exhibit in The Salon des Refuses The idea behind the show was using reclaimed wood. Each participant was given an allowance of free...
  2. List Maker

    I made one of these way back in high school for my Mom. Somehow she lost it or it got broken and she really wanted another one for her birthday. I still have lots of Sapelli left overs from my uncle so I used some of the more visually appealing pieces for this. I used box joint construction...
  3. Santa with a list...

    Santa has a list and is checking it carefully to make sure all the presents got delivered. Santa is carved from basswood, painted with acrylic paints, and stands about 6 inches tall. Claude
  4. Renderings and drawings

    We often work with blueprints. We also work with renderings, which I prefer. Sometimes we're working with a sketch on a napkin. My least favorite form of drawing. Blueprints are often sterile and difficult to understand for many clients. Often they have no clue what their agreeing to. In this...
  5. Safety in the Woodworking Shop
    Just a little info on this subject as I have read a few posts under cutting board projects where it seemed to be unclear as to what type of woods may be safe to use for direct cutting boards. http://www.riparia.org/toxic_woods.htm Toxic Woods and Occupational Lung Diseases Mark Anderson...
  6. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I need a pair of end cutting pliers. Wondering if any are still American made, I googled and was surprised to find this list ;-) http://www.stillmadeinusa.com/tools.html#handtools I googled Canada too and found some info, but nothing like the USA list.
  7. Hand Tools
    Following some of the plane and other tool threads has been pretty interesting and informational for me. My thought, why not a saw dump. I'm starting to gain some interest after picking up this Disston 70. Today I found a chest full of tools with two interesting saws. A E M Boynton, which I...
  8. Blogs
    Walnut Wood - I just need to know... Does anyone else - when working with black walnut - think it smells delicious? I just want to eat it whenever I'm cutting it. I was recently cutting out a ball blank from a glue-up of walnut, maple, and wenge, the latter two of which don't really have a...
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  9. Blogs
    Series Intro I'm starting to gather together and make a few tools that will be dedicated to lutherie, that is, the building and repair of stringed instruments which are usually made of wood. Having a dedicated lutherie kit will just make my life easier than walking back and forth in the shop...
  10. Blogs
    Dear Santa So my wife is letting me ask Santa for a mini/midi lathe this Christmas! I get to graduate from the less than perfect setup (but great capacity) of my shopsmith. I've started scouting for deals, but I'll still have to wait for my new toy no matter when it arrives. ;( After several...
  11. Blogs
    It's Pouring a Little Usually I do projects according to my whim. At the moment I'm finishing a non-woodworking house project, but I now have two pending projects on the bench, three if you count the one I need to do before the summer weather ends. My daughter has asked me to design and build a...
  12. Sweating for Bucks Through Woodworking
    I will be doing my first craft show this coming saturday after a couple of month of debating whether to do it or not. I will be offering for sale hand turned pens and bottle stoppers with a few other oddities that have sold well at work. My question is how much change should I bring to the craft...
  13. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I was looking through the suggestions for Enhancments for LJ and I was interested in Karson's suggestion that we have: A wood library where different type of wood could be shown and updated by others that might have some variation of the same wood. It's a great idea that shouldn't be...
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