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  1. Butterfly Inlaid Changing Table & Dresser in Cherry and Maple

    I built this dresser/changing table for my first born, Annalise. It features a exotic wood butterfly inlay and curly maple "racing stripe" in the top, fluted cherry side and door panels, and a removable top "drawer box". The main internal structure is birch plywood with frame-and-panel sides...
  2. Miter Jig for Radial Arm Saw

    I'm pretty conscious of the fact that LOTS of people simply set up their RAS to do a perfect 90 degree crosscut, and then leave it there-building jigs for other types of cuts. There's some sound logic there. [David (Patron) is rather a genius at this sort of thing, by the way. HIS RAS table...
  3. Custom Sewing table

    This sewing table was commissioned by a lady that knew exactly waht she wanted in a sewing table but was unable to locate it through retails sources. She wanted a table that was small enough to fit in the space she had but large enough to utilize that space well with a flip up extension that...
  4. Rasp and file till

    In preparation for the box swap I've been trying to clean up my work bench. One of the things that have been taking up a lot of space are my rasps and files, so I decided to build a box for them. Since I've been practicing dovetails, I decided to dovetail the sides of the box together. While...
  5. "Burdens of a Saint"

    I did some research into Da Vinci and found that in the Vitruvian Man he used a ratio (1.656:1) very slightly different from the golden ratio so I created this cross around that ratio. Every dimension was decided by that ratio. Every joint is a 45 degree miter. A total of sixteen pieces in...
  6. Picture frames

    Made these a couple months ago for my wife. Simple frame design made from Wenge, Curly Maple and Oak. The mitered edges turned out really nice all around. It let that thin strip of maple come through.
  7. Hairpin leg Coffee Table

    This Coffee table is made out of one solid piece of 18" wide Ash with waterfall grain that flows over the edges. Finished with General Finishes Endure water based clear poly and mounted on 8" hairpin legs.
  8. Frame complements my friend's beautiful painting!

    Here is a frame I made for my friend's 9X12 oil painting on canvas mounted on 3/4 inch frame. there are some paintings where my frames just complete and complement the oil painting. Western scenes and old building just seem to work best with a rugged barnwood frame. I use real barnwood, too...
  9. Sapele bowl

    This bowl cracked during the drying process when I used a bag of shavings for a kiln. It's been about a week in the new dehydrator and the crack seemed stable so I went ahead and finished turning it. This is my first foray into a water based sealer. GF salad bowl finish. I'm not liking it as...
  10. Bowl Collection

    A collection of some of my bowl turnings, all either maple or spalted white birch.
  11. Card Scraper Storage Tray

    Over the past year or so i've acquired quite a few cabinet scrapers as i've tried to figure out how to use them and put a hook on them. I used to think it was the tools problem when i couldn't get a good shaving with it, so i would buy a different one to try. Now that I've figured out how to...
  12. Lotus Box- Mitered box with Compound Curves

    This is box number 18 in my box series and box number 4 in my Adventures into Shape (thanks SplinterGroup). I took a few weeks off when I got either bronchitis or wood allergies from making the basic box. (see pic below). A new 3m respirator, a large fan and some more precautions when using...
  13. Projects Grooved Planter Box

    This is a simple planter box I made for my wife. She wanted something to hold a small flower arrangement in our powder room. It's just a basic mitered box, 6" long, 3 1/2" wide, and 3" tall. The sides are 5/16" thick maple, and the bottom is 3/16" thick plywood. The finish is four coats of flat...
  14. Three Fly Boxes

    Woods are Walnut Crotch over Bradford Pear, Spalted Pecan over Walnut, and Curly Maple over Walnut. Wipe on Poly then buffed with Carnuba. All fly boxes should have rounded edges and corners for easy access from fly vest. Got enough boxes. Time to make a landing net or two. Enjoy.
  15. A Recipe Box with Box Joint Inlay and Mitered Corners with Splines

    Like the title says this is a recipe box with box joint inlay and mitered corners with splines. I made this project for another content creator and even turned an egg (her mascot) for her on a power drill. Full process can be seen in my Youtube video below. Box is made with 3/8in curly maple...
  16. Valet Box

    Needed a box to keep my EDC handy with some room for less frequently carried items. This is what I came up with. Walnut and Pecan, locally sourced. I really like using pecan.
  17. Amvet Picture Frame

    There are 5 pictures Included here. They are of the Process of the Picture Frame, Picture 5 is a Dry Fit of the Pieces together, I glued them up this evening, tomorrow I'll be Cutting the Miters. The Picture frame is made from White Oak. I Ripped a 6" Piece into 2 2" Long pieces. the Remaining...
  18. picture frame

    this is my first atempt at a pic. frame as u can see the splines are made for a box not frame? but i think it came out pretty well for some pine wood that came from a pallet at wrok also added some cherry the splines are purpleheart the backing is plywood the glass well acrylic is nonglare to...
  19. Star Wars X-Wing fighter Bunkbed

    My little son had his 4 birthday and we want to renovate his room. We asked him what for a bed he want, he answered " Such a stacked bed, were i can slee up, with stairs and i will a lot of STAR WARS in my room!!!" Now it was to me to build such a bed for him. I know he loves the X-Wing...
  20. Christmas Ornaments

    My first try at making ornaments
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