LumberJocks Woodworking Forum banner
  • Please post in our Community Feedback thread for help with the new forum software! If you are having trouble logging in, please Contact Us for assistance.

Discussions Showcase Albums Media Media Comments Tags Marketplace

1-8 of 8 Results
  1. Daughters heart chair

    Daughters Heart desk, with my aspiring model. Built form a picture taken at a furniture store, no plans, no example infront of me. Thats how I challange myself.
  2. Celtic Knot for Golf Buddy

    I have a golf buddy that moved to North Carolina over the summer and I wanted to make him something for his new home. He will also have 10 years sober next month so this is what I came up with. I made a box for him to hold his anniversary coins and daily meditation book. Material - The body is...
  3. Kids Tool Box And Tools

    Everything I learned about woodworking I learned from my dad and even to this day I still call him when I need help even though I'm a 1000 miles away. When I was about 5 yrs old I got a kids woodworking tool set for Christmas and I vividly remember working in the shop with him using my "tools"...
  4. First Carvers Mallet

    My first carvers mallet. I have always wanted to make one and having some 16/4 hard maple lying around I finally had a go at it. I am pleased with how it turned out. This was sanded with 220 on the lathe and then I hit it with some steel wool (also wile on the lathe). I am not sure how to...
  5. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hello everyone, I recently purchased some overlay hinges from Rockler (http://www.rockler.com/product.cfm?page=31481&site=ROCKLER), to be quite frank, because they are on sale and seemed like a good fit for my project. The problem here is that this is the first time I'm using overlay hinges and...
  6. Woodworking Skill Share
    I'm making slow but steady progress on a floor-to-ceiling kitchen cabinet, to the point where I'm working on the frame-and-panel doors. The cabinet has a face frame, and the doors (3/4" pine with birch plywood panels) are designed to partially overlay the frame. I had originally planned to cut a...
  7. Woodworking Skill Share
    Sorry, but I accidentally call the rabbets on the backs of lipped overlay cabinet doors "dados." Maybe this'll make more sense: I'm making slow but steady progress on a floor-to-ceiling kitchen cabinet, to the point where I'm working on the frame-and-panel doors. The cabinet has a face frame...
1-8 of 8 Results
Top