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  1. Kitchen Cabinet Project

    Oak kitchen cabinets
  2. Fishing Rod Stand (less than 15$ project)

    On son's request, simply made fishing rod stand with cheap lumber. The given constraints are max. width is 750mm 6 rods capacity disassembly and reassembly capable architecture utilize the left over lumber he needs to finish by himself (deliver unfinished) To fill these...
  3. The bed desk!

    This desk was made for a friend who wanted to use in bed, hence the title the bed desk. LOL he asked me to make it in March of 2010 and started it in Oct that same year. And he asked me if he will have it by Christmas. So as a smart ass I am, it was done Christmas eve LOL. he was happy it was...
  4. Wine Rack

    Wine rack with figured top. I have been looking for a wine rack than can store 20-30 bottles but did not encounter with appropriate size rack. Then I decided to make . Biggest issue is the simple design that I can build even with my poor skill of woodworking. I like to have LumberJokcs folks'...
  5. My new, simple, "low," workbench (My first submission to this community)

    So… Since I have such a small "workshop" (roughly half of the small shed that is my well house,) I needed a small workbench… Made from a 2×16x30 cottonwood slab, the Maple legs (recycled from an odd-out 3.5" scrap table leg) are set with through-mortise-and-tenon joinery at a 45° angle to the...
  6. Boards for November

    I belong to a craft group that puts on a show in Nov. These are the cutting boards that I have completed so far for the show. They are made of walnut, maple and cherry in the 3rd and 5th picture. The board in the 5th picture was made of left overs from the boards in the 3 previous pics. That...
  7. Hobo router table

    One of the Christmas gifts I received in 2011 was a router kit. I was really excited about all the new types of things I would be able to do with a router, until I realized that the router is only half of the solution to many of the woodworking projects I had in mind-and a router table is the...
  8. You gotta start somewhere

    Well, I decided one day that my life wasn't busy enough, so I took a trip to home depot and bought some tools. Shortly there after, I realized it wasn't enough tools, so I bought some more, and then a few more after that. Somewhere along the process I decided I needed to actually use them. So I...
  9. The workbench to end all workbenches

    This was pretty fun. Originally I wanted to build something much more elaborate, but I realized I needed to start a little closer to earth when I went with the cutting diagrams to buy the wood. When I could barely figure those out, I decided to just buy a bunch of 2×4's and some 3/4" MDF and see...
  10. Windy

    This hollow form vessel is turned from end grain maple. It measures approximately 5.5 inches tall by 5 inches wide. It is finished in acrylics. All comments and critiques are welcomed and appreciated.
  11. Kenworth Cement mixer truck

    Kenworth Mixer Truck wood model plan, 12 inches long. This Fully detailed plan for your handmade collector's model cement mixer is a functional replica of a Kenworth C900 1/32" scale. Plan offers full dimensions and details with a complete materials list. A total of 50 hours + of your work and...
  12. DIY Wooden Bracelet Holder

    In an effort to bring further order to the chaos that is my bedroom, I needed to find a way to store and neatly put away my jewelry. I also thought it would be cool to display my jewelry as decoration. I wanted pieces that could be displayed within a bedroom on a display shelf or dresser. Or...
  13. Patio Bench with Planters

    I made this patio bench with built in planters for my in-laws. The bench and planter tops are made out of cedar.
  14. Shaker Boxes

    My 13-year-old daughter and I made some Shaker Oval Boxes as presents before Christmas. Most are cherry or maple, but I experimented with walnut too. These are very easy to make with some simple equipment. If you're interested in information or supplies contact John Wilson. I have no...
  15. Guitar workbench and guitar case stand

    A guitar work bench and case stand i made for a friend. Made from walnut and melamine, not perfect, but still learning.
  16. Honey can you hide the closet?

    Our family loves to read and we have tons of books. I have always wanted to build a ceiling to floor, wall to wall bookcase for this wall. There was one problem, we had a jacket closet offset near the center of the wall. Living in Florida we don't need jackets very often, so I came up with...
  17. Second spoon

    The first spoon I made ended up with a handle that was too skinny. This spoon is very similar in size and measures 14.25" with a beefier handle. I roughed out the shape with my bandsaw, then used chisels, a rasp, a scorp and a spokeshave. I'm reasonably certain it's cherry, it was a piece...
  18. The 43,568th Roubo Workbench here on Lumberjocks

    If I received a dollar for every mistake I made with this workbench, I would have enough money to pay Christopher Schwartz, Norm Abrams, David Marks and Roy Underhill to make a work bench for me to choose from :) Of course, no one really pays you for your mistakes, so read on ….. The workbench...
  19. Driftwood Horse bust

    Hello Lj's Summer flew by hope you all got to make a bunch of saw dust. Here is another piece my lady and finished up, it turned out to be a pretty strong piece. I have a few more newbies to share pretty soon. Thanks Jeffro www.facebook.com/jeffrouitto www.jeffrouitto.com @jeffro_art for...
  20. Reclaimed Barn Wood Raised Bed Planter - Large

    Very simple build. This is a douglas fir raised bed we built and then coated with elastomeric paint. Then we did a lightly sandblasted mushroom wood facade. Mushroom Wood is one of the reclaimed materials we carry at our lot. It comes from barns where they grew mushrooms and the enzymes from the...
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