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  1. Outdoor sectional

    A close approximation of Pottery Barn's Chatham sectional. Customer ordered it and it's built and delivered. Cedar and pine construction, Danish Oil Fruitwood finish with satin poly. Will be on covered patio. Thanks for looking
  2. Rustic Oak Rocker Loveseat

    Red oak lumber, hickory branches, Minwax Spar Urethane high gloss finish. Very comfortable and can hold over 500 pounds.
  3. Cedar Love Seat Rocker

    This is really one of my first big projects. I gave it to my mother last Christmas. She had been wanting one for a long time so I decided to do it. It is 36 inches wide, tall back rocker. I have made a circle jig for my bandsaw but needed a way to cut rockers on it. It will cut up to about...
  4. Outdoor Loveseat

    I built this from a modified Ana White design. I replaced the 2×3s with 2×4s, and the 1×3s with 1×4s. I also made it all from cedar. I made it a bit longer to fit the cushions that I bought. It is very comfortable and heavier than I thought it would be. The star is from different project...
  5. Z Loveseat

    This project was an attempt to copy a historical piece (Selig Z-Chair or Z-Sofa) as close as I reasonably could. A loveseat size wasn't made originally, but its just in-between the other two sizes. I've never seen a real Selig piece in person (but I have seen a fair number of knockoffs), so I...
  6. Adirondack Loveseat

    This is from reclaimed redwood. Like my adirondack chair, I followed the plans from Norm Abrams, except that the material is thicker and the backslats are 4" taller. For this project I plugged all the screw holes that may come in contact with the sitter. Every joint is reinforced with Liquid...
  7. Finishing
    Two days ago I put a Walnut Watco Oil on a new knotty alder door. Prior to applying the oil I tried a couple of their colors on some scrap pieces of knotty alder trim and found that walnut best matched the existing cabinets and trim. After applying the Walnut Watco Oil to the surface of the...
  8. Woodworking Skill Share
    Hi - I posted an earlier forum about using Zissners shellac (which is NOT de-waxed) and need some help on figuring out what to apply as a sealant coat on top of the shellac to keep out water. Anybody have any suggestions? This is a plant stand that will take some abuse. Thanks, David
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