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  1. Rocking Chair for the WIN!!

    We have an upcoming baby shower to attend. This will be a who is who kind of party, very large amount of people who WILL turn this into a contest. I'm sure everyone knows these people…the one upper. The will be about 70 of those people there. Either way I decided to give a rocking chair a whirl...
  2. Bowl of Osage Orange

    This one is Osage Orange, just under 6" in diameter and 2" deep. It is a wood with really strong grain lines, but cut well and polished up to be buffed to a shine without any finish at all. It's impossible to photograph the chatoyance displayed as you turn this wood in your hands. The last...
  3. A few things, Summer 2011

    For a while there, all I was doing was foot stools of one sort or another, for sale. Sucked the fun right out of woodworking for me. Shifting gears now - back to the fun again, I'm hoping. Things I've done just recently… -Three stool orders. Milk painted pine and poplar, hardwoods tops, etc...
  4. Death's head intarsia

    Cut intarsia with motif of Death's-head Hawkmoth.
  5. One CRAZY BOWL and two on FIRE

    I had actually set out to make a different design, however I was not sure how to accomplish it, this is totally different from what was in my foggy head. One problem the size of the piece of wood was not the right size I think. needed to be a smaller log. NEXT TIME, you just wait. I WILL DO...
  6. Jewellry Box

    Walnut jewellry box I made for my daughter at Christmas
  7. Staggered steps end grain cutting boards

    Inspired by Spalm. you can read about his design and work here: http://lumberjocks.com/SPalm/blog/16496 Maple, Cherry, Walnut. finshed with four coats of rustin's danish oil. you can see in the pictures two different boards. while working on them i have improved the process in order to minimize...
  8. If I had a hammer (mafe re-handleling the problems...)

    If I had a hammer mafe re-handleling the problems… Now I do… This morning the postman came with two hammers I bought on E-bay, or one hammer and one head. I wished for a long time to be the owner of a beautiful old hammer, so when I saw no one bid on these I bed four dollar and win - quite...
  9. Shopsmith Upgrade - Before and After

    This is a 1956 Shopsmith. I purchased it for around $300.00 (Used, of course, it is considerably older than I am). After another $250.00 and a great amount elbow grease, you can see what I ended up with. The beautiful thing is that Shopsmith sells almost every part and piece that you would ever...
  10. Built to last

    It's the table not the chair. More can be seen at my web-site gifts4thee.com.
  11. Multipurpose Finger Joint Box

    Hi all, I really wanted to do something that I haven't done beforehand in joinery techniques.. So since I designed and built my router table box joint jig, I decided to make the jigs maiden project and designed a box , originally it was going to be a jewelry box but the wife doesn't need one, I...
  12. Dovetail Table

    Here is a dovetailed Table that I am almost finished with. All that is left is to put the finish on it. As of right now I just put on a coat of thinned BLO. I am planning on using a coat or 2 of dewaxed shellac, then most likely using arm r seal over the shellac. This table was made out of...
  13. Bison #2

    My second bison. This one is also hand carved from pine and finished with Watercolors and poly.
  14. Hand Tools
    I picked up an All Steel miter box by Millers Falls, cleaned it up and now it's really nice. The locking pin seized, but I was able to move it in a vise. However, once on the miter box it is unmovable. Where can I find a replacement locking pin? Or how can I fix this one? The locking pin is...
  15. Hand Tools
    Found this gizmo at a flea market the other day. Approx 3×2x1/2" in size and of metal construction. Front Back The front is clearly marked Millers Falls with more printing I could not make out. The two pins or posts do not rotate but do slide in and out and are secured by knurled set...
  16. Marketplace Classifieds
    Picked up a Millers Falls #75 at the local junk store but the blade cap had been broken and then braised back together. Cant find many MF parts online so I thought I'd give a shout out on here. Thanks for looking.
  17. Marketplace Classifieds
    Here for sale is a terrific Millers Falls No. 9 smoothing plane. The MF #9 is similar in size to a Stanley #4. If your not familiar with Millers Falls planes, they are every bit as good as vintage Stanleys, and much better than newer Stanleys. This one is in fantastic condition, likely dating...
  18. Hand Tools
    So I buy tools like everyday to every other day in my area. Mostly I get 5 to maybe 10 total tools on a pick. Yesterday was an ABSOLUTE monster!!!! I actually had to stop stacking boxes because I wasn't going to be able to get the stuff home! I have an open invitation to go back to boot…...
  19. Hand Tools
    It is a very old, lightly used Miller Falls No. 9 hand plane. There is a little pain on the back handle, but no chips. Lots of surface rust that I need to clean up. I will be sharpening the iron along with my chisels and block plane iron this weekend. I will post more pictures as I make...
  20. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hi all, I was hoping someone could give me some advice, as I'm new to the vintage tools area. I recently won a Millers Falls #18 jointer plane on ebay. When it arrived (I couldn't tell from the pictures online) I noticed the "Millers Falls" cast into the bed around the front knob, "PAT APLD...
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