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  1. New Member Introductions
    A long time ago (maybe 20+ years) I covered a wall in my shop with eight 4x8 sheets of wood grained pegboard. I now need to replace two of those sheets, but I’ve been unable to locate anyone who sells, or even makes, them now. I believe the original ones came from Home Depot, but neither they...
  2. Tree sap harvest pegs / spiles

    Tree sap harvest pegs / spiles. for joy and for friends Simple pegs / spiles for harvesting birch sap. Beech parts from a trashed wine rag gets new life. Just turning as I go, no plan just tapered to app. the same size, so it will fit the drill size and a head that will allow one to tie a...
  3. Gemstone Box #112

    This box is the second of the series. Hopefully many more to come. The tile is tiger eye, black onyx and picture jasper. The primary wood is mesquite. Beautiful to work with. I used eucalyptus to back tile so it'll show on the inside of the lid. The pegs are bamboo and the lid is hinged with...
  4. Shaker-ish Wall Shelf

    After making wall shelves for my girls, my oldest son was asking for one of his own. So I made him one for Christmas, made of some Ash I've had lying around. The shaker pegs are the first turnings that I've incorporated into a finished project. They aren't exactly uniform, as you can see from...
  5. Bread Board

    Just some simple bread boards i made the other day with some poplar that had a little bit of figure. I made 8 of them and 2 are gone already, hence why the picture only shows 6. I made the mortise with a dado set and same with the tenons. Then i glued only in the center and pegged the tenon's...
  6. Walnut TV Stand

    Here's my walnut TV stand, just finished last week. I designed & built this for myself; I know that's against the rules! I was going for something with an appealing design, but also wanted it to be functional and allow lots of air flow for electronics, which is why I left the back completely...
  7. Rustic Hickory Ring Boxes

    Here are some pictures of the small, rustic hickory ring boxes I've started making. These were made from hickory that had been sitting up for a few years now, so the pieces are quite dry. I like using hickory for these because it holds the bark extremely well. The lid swivels to open and can...
  8. Progressive Pattern Table

    This project was inspired by Andrew Klein's twisted table which I found on Youtube. The body is hard maple, the slats are sapele, and the pegs and feet are walnut. Lots of jigs and challenges to work through. I made a router pattern for the curved legs and had to make a few extra because the...
  9. Milking Stool

    At the request of my sister, I went about building a small milking stool for her. We grew up in China, where a low stool is a traditional and, though we're quite tall, makes for a comfortable seat. So, this piece measures 12" x 10.5" at the feet. The corresponding seat sides measure 9.5" x...
  10. Peg Game

    Not original but fun to do. The first one is Padauk 5.56/.223 The second is Maple 5.56/.223 The third is Padauk for my brother-in-law that loves golf The fourth is Cherry 5.56/.223 The fifth is Red Oak 5.56/.223 The 5.56/.223 will also take 300 Blackout, .38 Spl/.357 Mag and others. I've made...
  11. Angry Bird Clock

    I made this Angry Bird Clock for my son. He loves the angry birds soft toys and is especially crazy about Chuck. Chuck, the Yellow Bird is a character in the Angry Birds games and most probably his favorite one. You fin a lot of Red bird clock but no Yellow Bird ones. Material Use: 1/4...
  12. Peg Jig

    During the Thorsen Side Table project I had been avidly reading the Darrel Peart book about Greene and Greene furniture and decided to use his method for making the pegs while refining my own method as well. Since I do not have a disc sander and didn't really want to buy one I bought a disc...
  13. Table saw blade storage

    I finally broke down and bought a Forrest Dado King set, dado brake and insert for my Saw Stop. I modified the bottom drawer of my cabinet, that I posted about a month ago, to hold all my blades, inserts, shims and brakes. Everything is easily accessible and organized. Now if I can only get the...
  14. Non traditional peg board tool storage.

    In needing some storage space in my shop on very bare blank walls I opted for the traditional peg board route as it's a pretty versatile way of storing anything on a wall. I don't however like the way they look. I painted it a very dark blue, almost black and while it was still wet tossed some...
  15. Chalkboard Murphy Bed | Custom

    This is a different version of my Chalkboard Murphy Wall bed that was completed on 9-30-2008. On this version the customer requested that we do pegboard on one side and the chalkboard on the other. All other wood surfaces were finished in a cherry finish. Here are some others that I've...
  16. Peg Clock

    This was another great learning experience! My wife was having a major birthday a few days a major change in jobs, so I wanted to mark the occasion with a handmade mantle clock for her new office. I started the project about a month before the date, but finished a few weeks late. I ran into a...
  17. Shaker style peg rails (for my friend Lulu)

    Shaker style peg rails My friend Lulu have a little garden house… Today I had coffee with my friend Lulu, and I remembered that I did not post a little project I did with her. She have this little wonderful garden house in her small garden, and wanted some pegs for all her stuff. I suggested...
  18. Primitive Rustic Peg Board -coat racks

    Primitive/rustic peg boards or coat racks. I made several from old fence boards. Paint is mustard over black; and red over black. Layered and distressed with a final coat of dark stain to provide the "grubby" look. Length is approximately 24 inches, width about 6 inches, depth about 1 inch...
  19. First Project... Ever. Simple Workbench!

    Finally had a day off of work, and I decided to start doing some "woodworking" for the first time. Since we can't lay block when its -25 degrees outside, I went to Home Depot and picked up some 2×4's, peg board, and MDF and came up with this. Woohoo.
  20. Harley-Davidson Helmet & Jacket Storage, just for fun 2009, Motorcycle

    I had some scrap plywood left from another project and needed a place to hang my jackets and store my helmets. Not beautiful my any means, but it is functional. Yes, those are real spark plugs. Openings are also leather covered on the back. It was a fun (cheap) project. I am no painter, so...
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