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  1. Flight Of The Conchords Scrollwork

    Any New Zealanders out there??? This piece will be a Holiday Gift for one of our very good friends who happen to LOVE the HBO Show / Musical Duo "The Flight of the Conchords". I think the show is very clever and well written - it's based around their music, which is written and sung...
  2. WOOD CRUCIFIX, FRETWORK

    This crucifix is made with a scroll saw and cut out of 1/4" oak plywood and measures 13"x10". It is finished with danish oil and poly. This cross hangs on the wall and makes a great gift for the faithful. The pattern I used was designed by Dirk Boelman. Check out my other projects which inclued...
  3. Dog Food Stand

    I made two of these recently. The first was for our dog Aspen. (there is something of a sad story here) We had three dogs until last September. We own Great danes (yest they are really great dogs) We had a male named Clide He was about 8 years old. We also had a female names Shadow She was...
  4. Captains Bed with Headboard

    This was made with cabinet grade 5/8" oak plywood and pine. It dismantles in 3 pieces and is trimmed with a decorative trim. Drawers are attached with heavy duty drawer guides.
  5. Toy Boxes for Christmas

    I just delivered 5 of these boxes to a fellow church member for his grandchildren and they are Mississippi State University fans if you haven't guessed it. I made these using 3/4" oak plywood with oak edge banding applied with iron. Four of them were finished with white Benjamin Moore Regal...
  6. Tracery Fretwork

    Here is another past project I've down also, This is another Tracery Fretwork that I did when I cut out my Cub Scout Emblem. Hope you like this one also. Tech Specs: Materials: 1/4" Oak Plywood, Boiled Linseed Oil Time: 1/2 to 1hr Difficulty: Intermediate Blades: Craftsman Blades, Til I got...
  7. Welcome!

    Here is another Latest Project. Like Fretwork in a way. Tech Specs: Materials: 1/4" oak Plywood Time: 1 1/2 Hrs Difficulty: Advanced Blades: Craftsman Blades Hope you enjoy this one also, These are all of my Intermediate and Advanced Patterns that I've cut out. Handi
  8. Patrotic Emblem!

    Here is another Project of mine. Tech Spec: Materials: 1/4" Oak Plywood Time: 1hr Difficulty: Intermediate Blades: Craftsman Blades Handi
  9. Christmas Ornaments 2 of ??

    Here are 3 more! Materials: 1/4" Baltic Birch Plywood, 1/4" Oak Plywood Time 1/2 hr Per Difficulty: Beginner Blades: FD-TC #1-#5 Handi
  10. Oak bookcase

    Took the basic plans from Woodsmith magazine (and by the way, you can get them free on-line from their on-line sample issue) and modifed them slightly for size, material at hand and tools at hand. Learned a lot and got some really good practice at basic joinery, grain matching, sheet-good...
  11. Laptop Desks

    Hi everyone, I made 4 of these laptop desks for the family, my three kids and my wife. They are made from plywood recycled from an entertainment center found along the road on trash day. Good thing I have a van and keep some tools in it for just this purpose. It had to be taken apart on site as...
  12. Hand Tools
    I see coach maker planes online in the various places that I haunt on the interweb and I know what one is when I see one. The problem is that I do not know what the definition is. Every time I see "coach maker plane" it always is some little squirrel tail grooving, dado or rebate/ rabbet plane...
  13. Hand Tools
    Folks, I am getting "shutter" while removing mill marks from the edge of soft maple boards. This doesn't happen every time. The hand plane in question is a Stanley Sweetheart #4. I honed the iron with a Veritas Mark II and I also honed a micro bevel. I can shave the hair on my arm with the iron...
  14. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I've got a Delta Homecraft 10" bandsaw and need some parts. most of the places on the net list the parts I need but alas, most also say obsolete or no longer available. Ebay produced some results but most want a large pile of green. Anybody know the specific bearing number so I can order from a...
  15. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Just a few interesting sites I came across again when i was organizing my bookmarks. One is WoodFurniture.net a place to list your site and products. http://www.woodfurniture.net/about.php A couple others that are just interesting to someone that likes making things...
  16. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Can you guys give me your insight and experience on the need for a jointer. I've debated back and forth as to the need for such a tool. It seems so many are for sale on CL, reenforcing the notion that guys get them, don't use them, and then want to sell them. I have a garage workshop and do...
  17. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Charley, a new retiree greeter at Bunnings [ read big box store] as a Team Member, just couldn't seem to get to work on time. Every day he was 5, 10, 15 minutes late. But he was a good worker, really tidy, clean shaven, sharp minded and a real credit to the company and obviously demonstrating...
  18. Designing Woodworking Projects
    First off, I'm a Novice at this whole woodworking thing. I had a shop class or two in high school (Don't want to think how long ago that was.) I travelled alot with the military and collected several tools over the years and am just now trying my hand at a few projects. I am currently making...
  19. Blogs
    Base cabinets and vac hookup In our shop (like many) one of the most frequently used tools is the miter saw. Coincidentally, it's also the machine that seems to make the most dust. In order to keep the dust at a minimum, it was time to upgrade our miter saw station. The plan is to purchase a...
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