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  1. Manly Japanese Inspired Work Mug

    If you prefer not to read, the video is here View on YouTube So I had recently acquired a full set of auger bits but the box I had for them wasn't really worth fixing and was pretty much done for. I wanted to do something different and totally overkill for the job of holding the bits and...
  2. Walnut and Maple Mug

    Made this mug from Walnut and Maple. I was concerned about the handle being strong enough to handle the weight of liquid, so I drilled a 1/4" hole in the top (from inside of mug into the handle) and bottom (from outside the handle into the bottom of the mug) and then pinned them both with a...
  3. Pint Mugs

    Finished sanding and started the salad bowl coat of the pint cups…. Updated Pictures…..Almost done, just need a wax seal and ready to go….tested the amount they hold also, and my math wasn't too bad.
  4. Mesquite Bar set

    The wine glasses, mugs and wooden shooters are made from mesquite from north Texas. The wine glasses are a turning technique called inside out turning. The log is cut square and then split into 4 equal parts and glued back together with the center of the log on the outside. It is mounted on the...
  5. Stein and Bottle Opener for Swap

    We are just wrapping up the first-ever LumberJocks Beer Swap. In this swap, I was the moderator so I cheated and gave my name to jeffswildwood and I took his name. Jeff and I live fairly close to one another and have wanted to meet before. So we decided to take this swap as our opportunity...
  6. Beer swap goodness.

    Here is my entry for the first ever LJs beer swap I made this for DuckMilk. It's a first for me in making a mug/stein as well. It was a fun project but definitely a learning curve and have learned a lot of "what not to do" if I ever make another. To start, all the beers are Arizona brewed. I...
  7. King Larry's Mug

    This is my first time posting here. been a lurker for a while. But I'm breaking out of that shell, got to love modern medicine. This is one of the last mugs I made for the Maryland Renaissance Faire. It was part of an inside joke relating to the ousting of King Larry, who never existed at that...
  8. Coffee mug holder

    My mother in law had been wanting a coffee cup holder to hold some mugs she got at a pottery show but has not been able to find anything she likes that is the right size for these mugs. For Christmas I decided to make her one from some bocote stock I had. I turned the four arms to be simple and...
  9. my latest & I think greatest

    I have some mug orders to fill for Christmas. I have switched to making them as a hexagon instead of an octagon. However one customer insisted on octagons. He wanted 2 sets of 4. So I made one set cherry being finished. one set mahogany. The middle mug is the leftovers. The second and third...
  10. New for Motorcycle Rally

    Sturgis Motorcycle Rally starts Friday. Expecting a few hundred thousand people in the area. We didn't make a lot of these, but if they sell we will make a lot for next year. Next year is the 75th and they are expecting a million people here for it. The mugs are the same I have been making, the...
  11. Beer Swap Package

    We wrapped up the 2nd annual LJ's Beer Swap last week. As expected, we had lots of fun, shared lots of good beer and saw lots of cool stuff being made :-) I got mikeacg as my recipient so here is the package I sent him. Last year, I made a stein for jeffswildwood. I enjoyed making it but...
  12. Mug & plate - bungee turned and carved.

    Mug & plate bungee turned and carved Pictures: 1. The mug in my hand. 2. Shape turned on the bungee lathe. 3. My day out hiking by Loch Doon, what better place to sit and carve. 4. Here they are, mug and plate, ready for a meal. 5. Closed up. 6. 400 grid sandpaper and a honing strap was my tour...
  13. 3 Layer Larger Set

    Inside layer is Oak, Middle layer is Purple Heart, Outside layer not sure. Finish; Outside, Acrylic Inside , FDA approved epoxy Holds approximately 13oz 5 15/16" tall 3 1/8" diameter
  14. Beer mug

    Cut down a hackberry at work. I liked the pattern in the diseased wood and decided to make a beer mug for my boss. The heartwood turned out to be be pretty soft and rotten. I put several coats of wood hardener on it. I had never used it before, but it seemed to do the job. I gather the stuff...
  15. New handle for my favorite mug

    Had a bit of whimsical fun with this one. I got the idea of a saw handle on a coffee mug, but it took me quite a while to figure out the best way to attach it without the mug slipping out and making it as easy as possible to take the mug out to clean it. (I actually use it - this is not a...
  16. Wood Tankard

    Made a 3 wooden tankards for Christmas gifts this year. I used some different types of cherry for the contrasting colors, cut the wood into staves with the angle set to 11.5 degrees, and finished it with pour-on epoxy. After all of my research, the epoxy "should" be food safe if left to cure...
  17. Bowling League 2022 Beer "glass"

    I had such great ideas for this swap. BTW if you have not joined a swap you should - it will push your limits and you will learn a lot. I made a small Movingui Salt bowl just to be sure I'd have something to ship if my invention failed. Shown here in the hand of my recipient JD77 because I...
  18. USMC Eagle Globe & Anchor Mugs

    They are made of reclaimed oak. Wood burning by LumberJock dust4tears Stand 6 9/16" tall Hold around 22oz +/-. Finished with; outside with acrylic inside with FDA approved epoxy that is designed to coat the inside of beer vats
  19. Coffee Mug

    Here is another Christmas Present,, this one I made for my wife… I have to do that or she takes away shop time. :-) She used it during Christmas but forgot to pre heat it,, to see if it works better than the plastic ones. I bought mine at WoodCraft------>...
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