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  1. porch table

    This project is from a couple of years ago, it was for my aunt who moved next door to us. She wanted a table for her back porch. It's made of pine. The top has 3 coats of polyurethane while the legs are painted. Sorry for the poor lighting, not a very talented photographer. Thanks for looking.
  2. Table Saw Dust Collector

    As I've posted before, I tend to take equipment, and materials work the best they can for my needs. I have gone to a whole new level now with permanent, "fixed"(I hope), dust collection. I have a "screamer" table saw that I built a massive rolling workbench for, with miter slots, and storage. I...
  3. Gun display chest

    Okay first thing is this is a display chest, it's not made for locking up the guns. The reason why I say this is every time I build a chest or cabinet that involves gun storage there is always some one who try's to lecture me about gun safety. These are items I build for my customers with there...
  4. Wooden Scale

    This year, the coordinator of my daughters vacation bible school had an idea to create a contest between boys and girls to see who could bring in the most change during the course of the week. The change was to be donated to a worthy cause. She asked me if i could build a "scale". Like any...
  5. The Cat's End Table

    My wife asked me to make Donald, the cat, an end table the same height as the window sill so he could sit on the table and look out the window, which he likes to do. So I set about designing and creating The Cat's End Table in a southwestern desert theme. This is the result. Now the other...
  6. BIRDHOUSES

    These 3 birdhouses these are all in a lighthouse fashion with a solar light on top of each one. The big red Holland Lighthouse in the last photo has a 6 volt battery and a car flasher inside to make the solar light blink on and off about once every 20 seconds. This is one for show only, I don't...
  7. Maple Pencil Holder

    This is the last maple pencil holder that I finished up last week. I built a set of 10 pencil holders over the last few months. I put out a video episode on these pencil holders back in April.
  8. New & Improved Router Cabinet w/ Kreg Router Table and Fence

    Well I have finally finished this project and I have to say it looks awesome . I created a blog detailing this project and you can find the blog here I was waiting on the Kreg precision router table and fence And they are awesome, I love the way they mimicked a table saw fence in that it is...
  9. Octaped

    Pedestal for a large piece of art, statue etc. It's 30" across, made out of several layers of 8/4 poplar. The first layer of color was a black dye that was sanded back, leaving lots of character in the grain and surface variations. Then another layer of two shades of brown to arrive a the...
  10. Framing my wife's art

    My wife decided that she wanted to have a go at selling some of the art that she does and I thought that for my first woodworking project, I would make frames so that she would have a complete offering. I went to my orange or blue store and bought cheap strip wood. 1×1, 1×2 or similar. I had to...
  11. Conceal Flag

    Hand Painted and constructed concealment flags. Used a mylar template for the star layout. Locks with a standard cabinet lock. Overall size approx 34" x 20" with 4" case
  12. Floating Wine Bottle Holder

    My version of a Floating Wine Bottle holder. I saw everyone else s and just had to try to make one for myself. I couldn't just do a normal one, I had to add my own design to it. Made from Maple and Purpleheart. I used about a 42 degree angle for the bottom and a 1-7/8" hole for the holder.
  13. House Sign

    House sign for a co-worker that is building a new home, Scroll-Saw for the most part. Flag pattern is from Feburary 2002 Wood Magazine. One Shot Metallic Gold paint for the background, Hickory frame. I just purchased the DeWalt Scroll Saw and this is one of my first projects using it. Flying...
  14. baby block

    A baby block I made for my newest nephew for Christmas. I got the Idea form fellow Lumberjock, High Rock Woodworking. The woods used are padauk, maple, and lacewood. Thanks for looking!
  15. Previuos Christmas projects

    In response to my last posting of other wood projects suitable for Christmas presents here is what I have made and given from the last 5 years as the major family projects. It takes around 30 of each to cover the extended family groups, and I start planning in July or August. Usually around...
  16. Chest of Drawers (2010)

    This was my first attempt at making a large piece of furniture. I used select pine because there was a lot of new things for me to try, and I didn't want to ruin a bunch of expensive hardwood. As it turned out I didn't ruin much of anything, so go figure. This was my first large scale use of...
  17. Toy Tortilla Press

    This took me about 12 man hours to make,in school for some 3 weeks,but I was making 2,but the other one,I didn't finish in time before break,so I have to do the rest when I get back.This one was finished with mineral oil in a hurry,and has a bit of pencil lines and sanding marks still one...
  18. Workbench

    This work bench is made from a combination of two different plans. The primary plan called for a maple top. After checking the price of maple I went to plan B and opted for a top made from 2×8 yellow pine. If you want to spent the money maple is great of course. I am pleased with the...
  19. Grandson Craddle

    I made this a a few years ago for my first grandson. It is made out of beech wood and finished with Sam Maloffs finishing oils.
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