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  1. Philadelphia High Back Windsor

    I made this chair as part of the same class as my pal, Fred Dudak, at the Windsor Institute with Michael Dunbar. Fred's chair was more refined than mine when I left-he's got more of the chairmaker knack. But I did a little work on my knuckles and redeemed myself a little! Delicate...
  2. Bottle Openers

    3 Bottle openers based off of plans I got from Good Clean Fun by Nick Offerman. The maple one has an eagles logo carved into (did that with a Shaper Origin). The other two are bocote. A nail through the opening pries the cap off. The third uses a washer to do the same. They work fairly well.
  3. Philadelphia Spice Cabinet

    Spice cabinet I built for my Mom. Wild cherry with quilted maple drawer fronts. Tung oil finish. Two secret compartments in back accessible by removing bottom drawer to lift off back of cabinet.
  4. Philadelphia Slab Table

    All, I have not posted any projects on LJ in a really long time…..so sorry about that. But, I recently got pictures of a table I finished in 2010. It is modeled after a table I saw in a Winterthur publication. The original was from Philadelphia, made in the Chippendale style, so I tried to...
  5. Philadelphia Chippendale Stool

    This is a carved mahogany stool, which I built (and taught others to build) for a class with the Kansas City Woodworker's Guild in 2012. The details are meant to be Philadelphia Chippendale, but this was not a reproduction of any particular piece. I found that I learned a ton having to prepare...
  6. Queen Anne Chairs

    LJs, I have been a lurker for a little while, thought I would break the ice with a project I finished last year for Christmas. My in-laws are extremely generous to us, and were in the need for a couple of nice chairs to pull out to add to thier existing set when having dinner parties. So I...
  7. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I saw this machine for sale in Philadelphia and was wondering if it was a good deal. I'm starting a new shop up and the idea of getting all machines at once appealed to me. Thanks in advance. http://philadelphia.craigslist.org/tls/1566109866.html
  8. Blogs
    First attempt at carving Hi all; I always mention my buddy Bruce, and here's a post dedicated to him, (even though he's still alive) knock on wood. He has no experience in wood carving, other to set a hinge or something. When we were building the Philadelphia Pie Crust Table, he...
  9. Blogs
    Phila area Woodworkers meeting Hello fellow Philadelphia area lumberjocks. I would like to invite you to join some fellow woodworkers at the next meeting of the Montgomery County Woodworkers Guild (MCWWG). We will be meeting on Tuesday, Feb 2, 2010, from 7pm - 9pm at the Philadelphia...
  10. Wood & Lumber
    Good morning and happy new year. I am a brand new starter into wordworking and appreciate any tips and help available. I would like to start with some simple intarsia products but am having trouble finding wood locally (I am hesitant to start off by buying on the internet) - I live in the...
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