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  1. Turned bottle stoppers

    Three bottle stoppers. One walnut, one padouk, one olive wood. Fun little projects. Kits are from Woodcraft.
  2. Live edge clocks

    I haven't posted in a while but thought I would put up some of the recent clocks that I have put together in the past few months. Two are from black acacia logs I acquired on craigslist. One from a cookie and the other just from a left over bit after I attempted to slab the log up. Not as easy...
  3. Gouge, how to make

    In this project, I show how to make a gouge with carbide blades. A tool for turning wood. VIDEO Visit my channel: Making Huertas Stuff
  4. Byzantian cross

    53 cm by 43 cm. Endgrain centre in local olive with borders in walnut (local 18th century), some kind of wood I do not know, and cypress (16th century Tuscany) for the frame.
  5. Cigar Pens

    I'm just getting into woodworking and I'm trying to get a feel for the different types of woods. This picture shows four of my cigar pens using (from top down) bloodwood, zebrawood, padauk, and olive.
  6. Olive Carving

    Some of the olive I milled recently on my bandsaw seemed dry enough to work, and I made this heart from a small piece of it. The grain seems really eye-catching to me, and there's something of a double meaning in the finished product: Olive branches being traditionally associated with 'peace,'...
  7. Desktop Organizer v2.0

    The specifics: Walnut and Russian olive, about 11"x 11"x 5-1/4". I imagine most everyone here that builds a new version of an older project will think of what was good/bad and try to improve things. I made a quick desktop organizer a while back out of necessity for a growing clutter of things...
  8. Subcontracting Marquetry panels

    Once in a while we are contacted to provide marquetry panels for other cabinet makers. This is an old tradition for the french to subcontract the marquetry. We have at the American School of French Marquetry an early example of this practice. It is an intact 1874 panel shipped by french...
  9. Walnut Box

    Between working full time and working on an MBA I'm finding it hard to make time to kick up some sawdust these days. Luckily I was able to get a few hours here and there over the last few weekends. I had a piece of walnut leftover from the desk project, and saw this idea in a magazine, and ran...
  10. Olive & natural Turquoise centerpiece

    This board/ centerpiece is made from olive wood and natural turquoise stones. Together, those two materials create the most incredible color combination. Finished with mineral oil.
  11. Vienna Regulator

    Vienna Regulator - made from mahogany and olive. Movement is Hermle.
  12. Boxguy Crafts a Black Olive

    Pictured is a (7 1/2×5 1/2×6 inch) jewelry keeper with a book-matched Black Olive veneered top and American Walnut sides and tray. The corner splines are White Oak. It features a lift-out tray, steel continuous hinge, and small dividers made from Venetian blind slats. The bottom has a cloth...
  13. 14 Hand Crosses and a Spoon

    I have had request for small hand crosses at a couple show so I made some stock for the first show of November on Saturday. Seven are made from red box elder and seven are made from olive wood. they are 3/8 " thick and 3" long and finished with Danish oil and buffed waxed so they feel real good...
  14. Glass Ball Coffee Table # 2 – Martini Time

    This is the second glass ball coffee table I have made. My brother does glass blowing as a hobby at his local community arts centre and made me another very cool large glass ball. This one has a very nice wispy-curly smoke pattern. When I posted my first glass ball table people wondered...
  15. Entry #3 options..

    These are my choices for the third entry in the competition. The first one is Dalmation wood. All one piece with carved feet. The neat thing about this bowl, besides the gorgeous wood, is that the feet and the bottom of the bowl are EXACTLY the same level and the bowl will spin like a a gyro...
  16. Olive Charcuterie Boards

    A neighborhood friend had an olive tree cut down in his yard several years ago. He had the trunk sliced into cookies and has been using them as stepping stones in his garden for years. He realized there may be nice grain in there so he asked me if I might be able to make a serving board or two...
  17. My First Pens and Pencils

    Well Mark Wilson and Bob Collins have given me the bug to make a few pens. I started off with 4 slimline pen and pencil kits. The first one on the left is juniper and the other 3 are olive wood. These are just some scraps I brought home from Arizona. Along with these I made a few arbors for...
  18. Neck Knife for Christmas fa la la la la la la la la

    I made a beer knife over the summer for the beer swap that went to my buddy Duckmilk. When I was deciding what to give/make my son for Christmas, he mentioned he would like a small knife to keep in the saddlebag on his motorcycle. I really liked the way the Beer Knife came out and I had cut...
  19. Earrings Galore

    I can't bring myself to toss interesting cut-offs away. I have found a way to use them up. EARRINGS! Wooden jewelry is HOT right now. These wooden gems are fun to make and lightweight and comfortable to wear. The above photos are in Paduak, Manzanita, Gaboon Ebony, Olive, Bloodwood and...
  20. Treasure Box I, II and III

    It has been a while since I posted anything. This is not a single project post but more of a series of projects, our Treasure Boxes. Each Treasure box series is composed of 4 boxes, I have finished and delivered the 1st of our 3rd series and I wanted to share with you our latest youtube video...
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