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  1. Yet Another Pekovich Tool Cabinet

    This is the tool cabinet, built kinda/sorta from the Fine Woodworking article/plan, by Mike Pekovich. I bought the plan because a.) it was on sale, and b.) I didn't want to think, and just follow directions. But that turned out not to be the case. So to speak. Anything with this kind of...
  2. Small Kumiko wall art (8" x 10"

    After lurking for years I finally decided to post something I made. It is not the nicest piece I have ever made (my parents own all of those things), but it is the first my wife has let me hang up inside of our house. It was my first attempt with kumiko after reading the great Mike Pekovich's...
  3. Tea Cabinet

    I wanted an Japanese themed Tea/Sake Cabinet I could give as a gift. I was inspired by a piece I saw from Mike Pekovich and designed it around a 1" x 6" x 9' QSRO I found at the Orange Borg. I added the interior Shelf/Drawers. All hand-cut Dovetails. Again, I incorporated some of my "rescued...
  4. Tea Box and Serving Tray

    I was pretty well decided that for my mom's birthday this year I was making a tea box of some kind. She loves her tea. And while she uses some fancy ball and loose leaves to make her own, she always keeps a bunch of bags around for company. So I felt like she should have a nice way to...
  5. Recipe Box with kumiko

    Two recipe boxes for my daughters. Rosewood Santos and basswood kumiko asanoha pattern. These were inspired by two boxes in Michael Pekovich's book The why and how of woodworking. Took two of his ideas and combined them. This required making a box joint sled and the kumiko guide blocks. I'm glad...
  6. Yet and yet another Mike Pekovich Hanging tool cabinet

    I've been working on this for couple of months. Definitely some inspiration from others on this site like Dakotawood. The case dovetails were cut with my Leigh D4R (nothing to see here ha!). I cut the box joints for the doors and drawers with it as well. Hand cut look so much nicer with the...
  7. Hanging Wall Cabinet with Kumiko panel

    This is my second "Pekovich" wall cabinet. For this build I used quartersawn white oak for the carcass and bubinga and aspen for the drawer. The kumiko panel was made with basswood. Kumiko is for the patient woodworker but I think the rewards are great. It is really simple to do after...
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