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  1. Portakeg

    Well here it is. The portakeg. Inside of this is a peice of 300mm stormwater drain with a cap to hold a 5 gallon keg and ice. The wood "skin" on the outside is oregon from reclaimed verandah posts, 27 staves in total, each of which is 42mm wide and cut with an angle of 6.7 degrees. The glue up...
  2. St John's valet

    This is a project I recently completed for the Lumber to Legacy program auction in Albany Oregon (http://cityofalbany.net/lumbertolegacy). The lumber was salvaged from a construction project in Albany that removed seven very large native Oregon White Oaks. The trees were donated to the city and...
  3. Reclaimed Oregon outdoor table

    Hi all. This was a commission piece I built. The only real directive was that they wanted an outdoor table with two bench seats that had some character and texture with a dark stain. This always puts me in two mindsets. Firstly, it gives me plenty of freedom to do my own thing. But at the same...
  4. Another Coffee Table

    Another table of the same design as previous different materials though. The frame is reclaimed Oregon from the old Sackville ferry which crosses the mighty Hawkesbury River West of Sydney and the top is reclaimed Spalted Maple that has the most amazing colours and tactile look. The end grain...
  5. Oregon Ducks Step-Stool

    I really liked the Oregon duck design. For a school project we did a step stool and i decided to put the design into the top with Nike Swooshes on the side because that's who sponsors Oregon. I decided to use a lighter colored wood on the project, cherry. I made it bigger so it will sit beside...
  6. Reclaimed timber picture frames

    Here are some picture frames made from reclaimed and scrap stock. I wanted to make 2 frames to house my son's self portrait lino prints. So I got to work on some smaller frames from cut-offs - all keyed mitres. The darker wood came up beautifully after a 'mahogony' stain and some Linseed Oil...
  7. Minnesota Timberwolves Bolo Tie

    I thought the team logo of the Timberwolves would make a nice bolo tie. I'm not what you'd call a great fan of them. I guess you'd call me a fair weather fan. I carved this the year they made the playoffs. The president of the team , Kevin McHale is from my hometown. Black Walnut is a great...
  8. Pine burl live edge shelf

    I cut this pine burl off a limb of a huge pine tree while christmas tree hunting in the Ochoco Mountains in Central Oregon. I first intended to make a lamp but the more I looked at it, the more I thought it would make an ugly lamp…..but for a shelf, I thought it would work and am quite happy...
  9. Garden Bench Greene and Greene inspired

    My garden bench, design inspired by the Greene and Greene, Blacker house hall bench. Reclaimed Oregon (Douglas Fir) with Jarrah plugs and splines, some oak dowels also. I filled the nail holes with dyed epoxy, I quite like the character provided by the nail holes and knots. Finished with 2...
  10. Reclaimed Pine Plane Till with a surprise

    After being bitten by the hand plane bug, my collection quickly outgrew the storage space available in my small shop. I started researching how other LJ's had built tool cabinets and plane tills and was immediately struck by the additional storage in LukieB's design. With only 110 sq ft to...
  11. I <3 Oregon 6

    Here is another of my Oregon shaped jewelry boxes, this one for my girlfriends mom as a late birthday present. As always, I try to make each project one of a kind, so I decided to make the face of the heart completely purpleheart, as well as give this one a hidden drawer out of the back (Pic...
  12. table

    Here is another table that i have made and now it is in my living room for all my friends and family to see.I know i am not a professional but i want a career in woodworking and to be a skilled carpenter.
  13. U of Oregon and Oregon State Stools

    These stools are based on a design that others have posted. I really liked the shape and size and though these would make good gifts. They are, as you can see, Oregon College themed for people who are fans of each of the schools. These also gave me an excuse to try the oho carbon fiber airbrush...
  14. Side Table Greene & Greene inspired

    Here is a little side table I made as a companion piece to my recently finished garden bench. It's made from reclaimed Oregon (Douglas Fir) and reclaimed Jarrah. Breadboard ends on the table top, screwed with elongated holes to allow for expansion and contraction - I plugged the screw holes...
  15. Planter Box - Reclaimed Oregon / Douglas Fir

    Here is a cheap and cheerful planter box I put together in a few hours. Simple 20mm horizontal frames top and bottom then 12mm reclaimed Oregon planks nailed to the frames all round. I put a little detail into each joint with the table saw to break up the sides, my friend Ted thought it would...
  16. Longboards

    Made 2 longboards for my girlfriend and her sister. The other one was made a while back for myself. They picked their design and my girlfriend woodburned designs on the boards. I glued 4 1/16 in pieces of birch plywood together to make the boards. Went cruising in San Diego and they work great!
  17. Christmas Tree, Christmas Tree Decorations

    i wanted to enter the Christmas Ornament Turning Challenge that was being hosted on Youtube this month, but just couldn't find the time to unpack the lathe. So instead I came up with this little Christmas Tree chain of Christmas Trees. Mine are made from some scrap Oregon from a Pergola I built...
  18. Hand Carved Native American Apache Inspired Folk-Art Walking Cane, Walnut, Elk Antler

    ------------------------------------- This walking cane has been SOLD and shipped to Lincoln City, Oregon. Cane Serial Number #2008-02 Height: 34.5" Welcome Surfers: If you are surfing looking for a special walking cane on the internet, go toward the bottom of this posting where you'll find a...
  19. Stickmen Sculptures: Reach (2 of 4)

    Reach (wooden installation in my college) 12.5' x 6' x 4.5' *Assemble on site within 6 days with no assistance. My organic sculptures are my inspiration for my furniture. And yes, all woody material I used were just found. This is 2 of 4 sculptures that was part of my thesis for Environmental...
  20. Oregon Cornhole Boards

    Going to do a little Oregon tailgating this fall. Thought it would be fun to have some Cornhole Boards for the pregame party.
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