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  1. Wedding Heart Plaque

    Made this for a friend/customer to give as a gift for her daughters wedding. Pattern from Sue Mey, Scroll Saw Artist, Wedding Heart #2. Great pattern, great service, great website with a huge selection. I cut it on my RBI Hawk and Excalibur scroll saws using #7, #5, and #2 blades. Made from...
  2. Matrimony Bowl

    It may sound corny, but this winged bowl made from Callery Pear, with sapwood on one side and heartwood on the other, reminds me of everything about marriage: Two parts (the sapwood and the heartwood) are united; The two sides will be more alike over time (as the sapwood darkens); the two...
  3. Groom's Cake Stand

    This is a project that a friend's fiancé asked me to make for her man. She wanted it all from recycled materials so I found some old lumber in the shop from a barn teardown a while back. There is no stain, just poly finished. Measures 18" X 18" X 4". The lumber was so dry that is took a...
  4. Stool-O-Marriage: A Rustic Impression of the Marriage Covenant

    This stool is "Not for Sale". However, if you want something similar, drop me a note at [email protected] to discuss it with me. Prelude: Now, this stool isn't shown because it is any great example of my work, nor is it something note-worthy in my legacy of furniture design, but the message...
  5. Blogs
    It's Hard to Find Shop Time I'm guessing that most of you who read that entry title uttered, "Yeah, you and me both, pal." So I know I'm not alone in this. I feel competing urges. On the one hand, woodworking is great. It's a fun hobby, and even though I make countless mistakes and sub-par...
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