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  1. Desk Clock - Chip Carved

    Desk Clock- Chip Carved This basswood desk clock was carved with one knife. The background was stippled with a punch and the stab knife was used to add detail. It was fun to carve! Thanks for looking.
  2. Beads of Courage Box

    Beads of Courage Box A customer contacted me looking for a pattern for Beads of Courage. I was not familiar with this program. Their carving club makes boxes and decorates them before donating them to children in the hospital. They keep their beads in the box. After seeing the work this...
  3. old looking barrel top chest

    I just recently made this chest back in November for a co-worker/friend's wife for her birthday. She loved it! I did a little extra on the hardware as you can see. I don't have old hardware readily available so I put my artisitc talent to work and made my own with what I had and will continue to...
  4. Singer Sewing table - Now Drillpress stand

    Hello Lumberjocks. This cristmas, I got a new drill press in the stockings. Despite having lots of slave-elves, Santa appreciates manual DIY labour. I use my garage as shop, and the space is very limited, so with every new purchase, I have to Tetris everything, to its propper optimal place. I...
  5. new Fridge and kitchen makeover (in progress)

    Hey All, When my wife wanted to get a new refrigerator last year we decided to go with a built in unit because the salesman said we could get one without a front panel and I could decorate it to match our existing cabinetry. I built Red Oak cabinets about 25 years ago but we wanted something...
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    Kitchen Island
  7. Tiger Oak Farmhouse Table

    This table was commissioned by two very good friends of mine. Made entirely of Quartersawn Red Oak, I tried to stay true to classic techniques such as mortise and tenon joinery all around, turned legs, and breadboard ends (both on table and leaf). The leaf stores inside the table as you can...
  8. Cutting Board - I'm joining the club!

    Everyone seems to be making cutting boards. So I decided to make one for my one year old daughter to give to her mother. It's inspired by Dan's great board where the wood is "weaved". I had to add a different twist to it so my field and background wood colors are the opposite of Dans. The...
  9. Chip carved napkin rings

    These napkin rings are a fun, quick carve! I've got the patterns if you'd like to give them a try. There is a video lesson showing you the technique as well. Shoot me an email or reply with your comments if you'd like.
  10. 8" beaded rim wedding plate, chip carved

    8" beaded rim wedding plate Basswood Gel stain, sealer, satin lacquer I adapted a pattern from Tatiana Baldina to use on this plate. For the rim and back I first applied a gel stain, then applied the pattern and carved through the stain to leave the white chips underneath. After the carving was...
  11. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Hello everyone, I was recently left a bandsaw along with a few other wood working bits and am having great fun getting to grips with them, and must say the band saw is my favourite. I have made a few 3D models e.g. Swan and Reindeer, but am having a really hard time finding templates for any...
  12. CNC Woodworking
    I just wanted to encourage new CNC owners to dig in and start learning their CNC software. I did a quick search and didn't see a lot of information on this. This entry is focused more on the CNC woodworking hobbyists. One of the major factors in CNC productivity and usability is the software...
  13. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Guys, what pattern do you think is the most challenging to do. I am looking for a model that will challenge my skills at building things from scratch and not buying kits to complete a project. I think that takes the fun out of building models. What are your opinions. Thanks, Jason
  14. Woodworking Skill Share
    I have been using hardboard to this point but I'm not happy with it. It will not hold fine details when trimmed to shape on a spindle sander. I store my plans in a tube, and would like to store the patterns in the tube also, so I am thinking of using some kind of sheet plastic that has some...
  15. Finishing
    I'm finding this pattern on the edge of some detail work on cabinetry in an older house. Can anyone identify why it was left this way? Thanks
  16. Blogs
    Beginning this Blog I recently was referred to this site by Steve Good, who has a wonderful, comprehensive scroll saw forum and blog page. Although I have been doing woodworking for almost fifteen years, I have finally reached a point in my life where I am able to make it the main focus of my...
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  17. Blogs
    Lines, Shadows and Curves, OH MY! **I am a professional woodworker, woodworking teacher and publisher. Fine woodworkers can build their dream rocker with help from a dvd, book, full-size patterns and online support titled Build A Maloof Inspired Rocker with Charles Brock. The next release in...
  18. Blogs
    Class Description Creating Your Own Patterns and Designs - Class Description In this video lesson series I will show you how to use the Pattern Wizard software to create and print your own patterns and designs on your computer. This program is very useful for creating scroll saw and stained...
  19. Blogs
    Lets get started Well… It just wouldn't be me if I didn't share pics of my first "workshop". Many of you have already seen it… But here it is again. Yep. that's where I got my start. Working outside on a stack of pallets and some plastic tables. Of course, when it was too hot outside I...
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