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  1. Loft bed & climbing wall

    2nd loft bed build with cedar and canoe paddle trim. Climbing wall for ladder
  2. Cedar Strip Canoe Paddles

    Finally found the time to post these up. I made these earlier this summer. I used some leftover strips from the last canoe build so they are all white cedar with the exception of a "cross" of hardwood in the center of each paddle for added strength. The hardwood cross is made from White Birch I...
  3. Wooden Spanking Paddles

    Wooden spanking paddles have been around for thousands of years with the earliest recordings as far back as the 10th century B.C. Most schools have prohibited their use as corporal punishment, but there is still a market for wooden paddles. They are often engraved and given as awards in...
  4. Wood Strip Canoe

    I had wanted to build a wood strip canoe for a long time. I read about them, thought about them, bought books on how to do them, bought patterns of some successful ones but I finally realized that I wouldn't have a place to really enjoy it here in dry West Texas. So I decided to make a scale...
  5. Canoe Paddles

    A couple of years back I went with a young friend to his high school woodworking shop to observe as the students made canoe paddles just after the school year ended. The atmosphere was informal so I asked to participate as there seemed to be left over lumber that students hadn't shown up to...
  6. Canoe paddles and walking stick/staff

    The walking staff was mostly a matter of bending the top to a comfortable positon and putting a butt cap on the bottom . It was then finished with a spar varnish . The two paddles were made for canoeing with the Boy Scouts . They were laminated up from some scraps of interesting wood friends...
  7. Handmade Whitewater Paddles

    Well I might be unemployable and broke, but darn it I have a nice set of raft paddles.
  8. Woodworking Skill Share
    I am setting up my new cabinet saw and am wondering what are acceptable tolerances for…. Blade to miter slot parallelism,Arbor run out and Rip fence run out.It seems like there are a lot of varying opinions to what are acceptable tolerances.It can range several thousands.Is .006 worth fooling...
  9. Blogs
    Pyrographic artwork for "Save the Children" paddle Hello All, Long time no blog. I borrowed a friends Burnmaster to try my hand at pyrography for the blade of my paddle. I'm a decent sketch artist but this is a first for me and woodburning (unless that done while a cubscout counts). I'm...
  10. Blogs
    Paddle Construction Methods & Techniques I thought I would try to shed a bit of light on how I make my paddles. I build 3 different kinds of canoe paddles, a normal straight shaft and blade paddle, a straight shaft power stroke blade design, and a bent shaft power stroke blade design. Here...
  11. Woodworking Skill Share
    Hello all! This is my first post on here, and I must say that this looks like a great forum. I hope to learn a lot from you guys. I am new to woodworking in that I have never really taken on a project by myself. I have helped my dad over the years off and on with lots of things (built 2...
  12. Woodworking Skill Share
    I am in the process of making a large jewelry chest using Canarywood and Birdseye Maple. My challenge is: My customer likes and wants Canarywood, but doesn't want it to be to yellow. My question is: How can I "tone down" the yellow? I don't want to use dye or stain, I was thinking of an amber...
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