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  1. King Headboard

    It still needs a few coats of poly. I should have used something thinner than 3/4" ply for the back. It's a heavy beast. The shelves are removable, but not adjustable. It has a nice pocket in the base where I will run power, drilling holes for a couple of power plugs with USB. A French cleat...
  2. Computer Desk and Table, via Pocket Holes and Plywood

    My small desk just didn't give me enough space to draw, edit videos, or play video games comfortably. So I decided it's time for a new one! I considered buying a computer desk, but couldn't find quite what I wanted, so I decided to make one. One that would have room for all my hobbies and be...
  3. TV Tray Stand

    Made a set of four. They are light weight due to legs which are only 1×2 oak.
  4. 2 roll-around oak cabinets for new church youth center

    A friend of mine knows that I do a lot of woodworking. He asked me to design and build 2 cabinets for their new youth room at their church. One cabinet is open in front and back, and holds a standard 19" steel rack for computer rack mounted items. The other cabinet will be lockable with a...
  5. Monkey clock

    I have a young granddaughter who lovers monkeys. Saw this in a catalog and thought it would make an easy and great gift for my granddaughter's room. My wife drew the patter based on the picture in the catalog and I cut out the patters on the band saw using 1/4" oak plywood. A little time...
  6. Bar top

    I built this bar top for a friend. I used 3/4" particle board under 3/4" Oak plywood. The edge moulding is walnut which is glued and screwed. I counter sunk the screws and inserted 3/8" oak dowels to hide the screws and add accents to the moulding. It measures 75" x 28". He finished it with wipe...
  7. Corner Cupboard

    My IT department had recently been outsourced and I always wanted to start a Handyman business and one of the first jobs I was asked to do was build a corner cupboard. I had never built anything this involved but after finding some plans online and studying them I felt confident I could pull it...
  8. Treasure Chest

    A good friend of my wife's ask if I would make a treasure chest for her Grandson. After looking at pirate treasure chests on the Internet I sat down with some graph paper and came up with the design above. The treasure chest measures 14" wide, 10 1/2" deep and 12 and 1/2" high. It is made of Red...
  9. TV Stand/Dresser with DVD Storage on the side.

    I built this dresser/tv stand for a coworker. It turned out better than I thought it would. It was the first project I built for someone else. They want to pay me for the work but I have no idea what a fair market value would be. I was wondering what everyone thinks I should charge for this...
  10. Sled

    Here is a Project that I just finished up this evening, I have been Recording the Whole process for them who are interested in watching the Video. Unfortunately at this present time, my Video camera Base is missing, so any Actual Video I record with it, I can't pull off the Camera to edit the...
  11. Large Bookcases

    This is my first project posting - so be kind! These are two large bookcases I built about 5 yrs ago to hold all of the large wedding invitation albums at my family's print shop. It's all oak, the sides and and shelves are plywood. It had to be about 15" deep to hold the large binders. I...
  12. Out-Feed or Work Table

    I recently bought a new SawStop saw and the table height was much lower than my old out-feed table on my old Craftsman Saw, so this gave me the opportunity to replace my 38 year old out-feed table shown in picture 2. I based my new table Picture 1, on the WoodSmith Weekend Workbench Plans but I...
  13. Door Harp

    Shout out to "Steve Ramsey" of "Wood Working for Mere Mortals" for the idea! I took his idea and added my own ideas to make this Door Harp Instead of using bolts and nuts I used "zither pins" to tighten the guitar strings. I also used Harpsichord pins for the string anchors. I used Walnut...
  14. Standing Desk

    This is a standing Desk I made for my Pastor's Doctor of Ministry Graduation. It is a surprise for the middle of May, but he is not a woodworker, and so I'm fairly confident he will not see this in the next few weeks. He has been talking about wanting one, and even picked out this general...
  15. ROLL OUT SHELF

    THIS IS A PROJECT I BEGAN ON TUESDAY. MY WIFE REQUESTED THAT I BUILD A SHELF FOR OUR MOTORHOME IN A DEEP CABINET THAT HAS ONE SHELF ON TOP AND THAN THE BOTTOM. THE BOTTOM SHELF FORMS THE TOP OF THE CABINET OUR WASHER/DRYER SET IN. THIS CABINET IS SO DEEP THAT IN ORDER TO GET ANYTHING FROM THE...
  16. New shop storage cabinet

    The plans for this storage cabinet came from American Woodworker, entitled Giant Shop Cabinet. It not only can be used in a shop, but in a small kitchen for a pantry, or in a garage for vehicle cleaning supplies or where ever you need extra storage. It took me about a week to complete and that...
  17. BOWL OUT OF PLYWOOD

    ANOTHER PROJECT I HAVE BEEN WORKING ON FOR SOMETIME, JUST RECENTLY FINISHED IT. HAVE BEEN WORKING ON OUR WINTER WORKSHOP IN ARIZONA WHERE I SPEND THE WINTERS. I MADE THIS BOWL OUT OF PLYWOOD THAT MY LBJ BUDDY BROUGHT ME FROM MICHIGAN. IT IS LAMINATED OUT OF SEVERAL 4' x 5" PIECES OF OAK...
  18. Work bench

    A few years ago I made this bench that folds up to cover my tool storage cabinet. The top is 3/4" plywood that is replaceable. In the near future I plan on a large bench with draws and cabinets underneath. I have 72" of bowling alley floor for the bench top.
  19. Entainment Center

    This Entertainment Center was constructed in 2000 by my Son and myself right after he got married and had a house built. The unit is made of solid oak and oak plywood. The finish was 3 coats of shellac and 3 coats of polyurethane varnish. The Entertainment Center is made in two parts (lower &...
  20. Clothes Hamper

    This Clothes Hamper was constructed in 2009 for my bedroom. The unit is made of solid oak and oak plywood and was finished was 2 coats of shellac and 3 coats of polyurethane varnish and is used every day. The top portion stores my clothes to be washed and the bottom portion stores clothes to be...
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