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  1. Wall Clock - chip carved

    10" x 10" Wall Clock Basswood, chip carved, nutmeg gel stain, textured background, sealer and lacquer finish I used to carve a lot of clocks but got away from them for quite a few years. I don't know why but I pleased to carve this clock. The textured background added some variety to the...
  2. Seashell Box

    This design was originally featured in WOOD magazine about 15 years ago. The body is bandsawn, and the scalloped look of the top being achieved with a little carving. I made this box for my wife ,Marilyn. I added the Maple overlay just to be differant.It was quite a challenge getting the lines...
  3. Workbench

    Three to five years ago(?), American Woodworker Magazine had an "Ultimate Workbench" as a cover story. It was basically three plywood boxes bound together as a heavy solid base with a frame and panel exterior applied to conceal the boxes. Each "box" was open on the front and provided space for...
  4. Office Shelving

    Needed some shelving for the office. Made this in 2 days using some 2×10s. Had some inspiration at a coffee shop, so we went home and promptly designed and built it.
  5. Gun stock refinished

    This is a project I did a few years ago. I picked up a Stevens Model 15-A .22 Caliber rifle at a gun show for $25. Beneath 50 years of dingy finish and abuse was some great grain.
  6. Ikea idea for benchtop

    Buy an ikea counterop for less than the price of the birch. Such a great idea I bought a few. I even got free shipping with a friends pickup (the nearest ikea is 2000 km away). After a month sitting inside they all warped like crazy. After building the base and ignoring the problem I finally...
  7. Custom Folding Knife: Elk Antler Handle, Turquoise Stone, Abalone, Natutical Scrimshaw Artwork

    This knife was a commissioned piece to be given to the Best-Man for his part in a wedding in California this weekend, and so it has been "SOLD" If you are surfing for a custom folding knife, visit this link to see one that is ready for shipment. for more information, please email me: email...
  8. Star Wars X-Wing fighter Bunkbed

    My little son had his 4 birthday and we want to renovate his room. We asked him what for a bed he want, he answered " Such a stacked bed, were i can slee up, with stairs and i will a lot of STAR WARS in my room!!!" Now it was to me to build such a bed for him. I know he loves the X-Wing...
  9. Woodturning
    I've been working on my first open segment bowl the last few days. All was going well. I five 24 piece layers glued up using the Seg Easy plate and the Stomper. This morning I rough turned the inside of the first three layers. I just brushed in the sanding sealer on the first four layers -...
  10. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Fellow sawdust makers, I need some help. I saw a plan in a magazine, from several years ago, for a lounge chair/recliner type thing. It was probably Popular Science or Popular Mechanics. I cannot find it again. I was wondering if anyone out there could recall such a beast. It was made with...
  11. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Hello, Tommy and I are opening our shop up to anyone who wants to come by (as if it weren't already open). It's going to be Sunday, March 28th starting at 11 AM. We're located at 28 Draper Lane in Canton, MA. It's just going to be a casual affair where we can meet people and talk shop. We'd...
  12. Woodworking Skill Share
    I am playing with a design for a lid stay and have retro fitted it onto a few previous boxes before I put something on my new most recent box. I have installed a small piece of wood on the seam of the lid and body between the hinges. The lid, when opened far enough, rests on this piece and it...
  13. Joinery
    Someone built a range hood for us. It's open at the top. The range seems to be loud. Is there anything wrong with filling space at the top opening of the wooden range hood? This will hopefully cut down the noise it creates. Thank you.
  14. Woodworking Skill Share
    Here is a microwave shelf I made: And here are the miters a few months later in winter: I used dried wood (barnwood). I may remember the pieces for the miters being a hair too small or big, but working in the glue and clamping. Is it the wrong size wood miters, no biscuits, any...
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