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  1. Fancy Wood Cane #023: Claro Black Walnut & Maca Wood

    This is one of my favorites, as the handle is an extremely dense piece of Claro Black Walnut and the shaft is Maca which is not commonly found, although it's being farmed and is quite beautiful. This is an earlier photo of this cane when I had first applied pure tung oil and tried a wax finish...
  2. Custom Tall Cane #144: Macawood, Black Walnut & Cherry [A Gobsmacker of a Cane]

    This is an extra tall, extra LARGE cane made for a client who is 6'4" tall. He originally purchased a cane of a similar shape but it was cut much too short for his stately stature, so I needed to convince him that I could make him a cane suitable for his needs. His original response to my...
  3. Turned Mallet for Swap 2014

    Here is my contribution to the Mallet Swap. I sent this one to Woodmaster1 in Indiana. The head is made from Macawood and the handle is White Oak. The head is a two piece lamination in which I cut a dovetail in each before gluing to hold the handle so there is no chance of the head flying off...
  4. Fancy Wood Cane #040: Macadamia, Ebony & Maca

    I found some macadamia wood with an interesting pattern of orange "dashes & rays" in it. Although the wood is cut on the cross grain to expose the pattern, the macadamia is quite hard and dense that I feel the short grain is still extremely strong. I had to work hard to sand down the surface...
  5. Woodworking Skill Share
    I am attempting to stain a pine crib white. (pine to preserve the bites and bangs of a special infant) So I need a safe white stain and protective coating product. I tried white wash pickling from minwax on a test piece and it's simply not white enough, even after 4 coats. I'll tell the...
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