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  1. Arts and Crafts/Rodel Dining Room Table

    This is a dining room table that I recently finished, built of elm that was planted in Walla Walla by the first pioneers in 1840. I call it 'guilt free old growth'. It's all twice-quartersawn, and just magnificent, wood-wise. The table was patterned after a desk originally designed by Kevin...
  2. A Mission Statement Studio, handmade tile, bought on eBay framed in arts and crafts style QSWO frame

    A Mission Statement Studio handmade tile link to website This one is for sale. Send me an email. ... Arts and Crafts Style Pagoda frame, Quarter sawn White Oak,with Honduran mahogany corbels, aniline dye, mahogany stain and seedlac shellac ... allot of great deals on ebay for studio and...
  3. Cherry Refreshment Table

    This is my cherry refreshment table which features breadboard ends and a small dovetailed drawer. Secondary woods include poplar, aromatic cedar, and walnut pegs. The top drawer rail is attached with lapped dovetails, while the lower shelf is secured with tusk tenons. A hammered drawer pull...
  4. Daughter's Crib

    After looking around at the baby stores, and being utterly disappointed in the quality of even $1000 cribs, a crib quickly came to the top of my project list, and was probably my most ambitious project to date. I started with the common 3-in-1 crib plan...
  5. Mission Floor lamp

    This floor lamp is made entirely of scrap pieces from other projects. It is part of the three lamp collection I have made. The lamp shades are the same for two of the lamps and interchangeable. The base is made is 14×14 veneer plywood with simple homemade trim surrounding the platform. You...
  6. Solid Cherry Bow Front Writing Desk

    I was making this table when I had my terrible accident in June. It had all the parts complete, and the top was all glued up, but it all needed to be put back together. I had a heck of a time finishing this table because every time I looked at it I was reminded of what happened to me...
  7. Mission Table Lamp Small

    This mission lamp is the smallest and last of the three piece lamp sets I built. This lamp also was built entirely out of scrap red oak left over from other projects. There are two pictures showing the various parts and jigs I built. Now that I have those built and have made a few of them I can...
  8. Haunted Forest Tiles in porcelain framed in Quartersawn White Oak

    Titled: Another look into my Haunted Forest landscape in green Tiles are made from stoneware porcelain, fired to 2345 degrees Hunter green glaze recipe came from Laura Reutter, Founder of Ravenstone Tilesworks in Seattle All my tiles start as mahogany relief woodcarvings,then … made into...
  9. Mission Table Lamp

    This lamp is not for the timid as it is made up of over 60 pieces of quarter sawn white oak. It is an adaptation of an original table lamp seen at the St. Paul, MN Arts & Crafts show. The lamps have become a favorite of our extended family and make a great wedding present. The changes I made...
  10. Arts & Crafts Taboret

    Locally Grown Quilted Cherry
  11. Mesquite Mission Bed

    This is a Mission style bed that I designed in SketchUp, and built for my daughter. This was my first project using Mesquite as the primary wood. It proved to be a challenge to find lumber that was relatively clear of worm holes and flaws. My preference was to avoid lumber that required...
  12. Vanity Base

    I was commissioned to build this piece for some friends who were remodeling their master bath. It's made of red oak and finished with Minwax oil-based Classic Oak and Sedona Red. It was designed in AutoCAD around the vanity purchased at Ikea. The grate shelf fit together very snugly with the...
  13. Greene and Greene Motawi Tile Frame

    We visited the Gamble House in Pasadena. As a woodworker, I was so moved by the craftsmanship that when my girlfriend showed me the Motawi tiles she really liked, I told her I would make a commemorative frame for them in the Greene and Greene style. It was extremely difficult for such a small...
  14. Stickley style double bookcase No. 719

    I've been working on this thing for close to forever, but it's finally done. First time I've built doors. The carcass of the bookcase is 1-1/8-inch quartersawn wood; the back is made up of individually splined 3/4-inch boards. Dimensions: 60 inches wide, 55 inches tall, 13 inches deep. The...
  15. Craftsman Bookends

    I saw an ad for these in the back of American Bungalow magazine (worth getting just for the ads). My girlfriend had to go to a business meeting, so I said I'd make a set before she got home. She looked at me with those "another project?" eyes. Sure enough, when she got home, they were ready...
  16. Mission Style "oops" End Table

    This Mission style side table was made out of scrap left over from the coffee table and sofa tables that I made previously. ( also posted as a project here) I decided to build this small end table for areas where space was limited. Such as next to the sofa near a walk way as shown in the photo...
  17. Craftsman Headboard

    I made this for us out of quartersawn white oak. I finished it with TransTint Reddish Brown in alcohol so there would be no raising of the grain between the spindles. Ingenious design to moun the spindles inside of a box joint strip. Looks like an instant antique. I'm making a dresser to go...
  18. Oak Fireplace mantle/ Bookcase

    Anderson's whole house gut and remodel project. Simple mission style details, 5/4" solid oak top and face frame. The top was designed to be the exact height as the window sill. We covered the ugly brick hearth and fireplace surround with black, satin finished, absolute granite. Wired...
  19. Tabouret Table

    These were made from red oak from the plans in Popular Mechanics - Mission Furniture - How to Make It. We found the book in the Gamble House bookstore. Originally, I was only going to make one, but I made a mental mistake, thinking that tables need four legs. When I realized that two lapped...
  20. Laboratory Cabinets

    I'm in the process of building a lab in my basement for doing custom metal etch work. My plan is to make this my career (quit my day job) within about a year. When complete, the lab will consist of 3 parts - An etch resist application area, a prototype etch area (which is this post), and a...
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