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  1. Larder Lujosa

    Just joined up here in order to post a reply on the forum and thought I should at least have something on my profile:) This is a kitchen cupboard that I made for some friends here in Chiapas, southern Mexico. Yes, it's way over the top for a larder, but these guys were going to buy a flatpack...
  2. Jewelry Box

    A pin oak and cherry jewelry box.
  3. pin oak bowls

    These bowls are made from a pin oak tree that was cut down at my mom's place. The logs sat on the ground for over a year with the end grain down which I believe led to the spalting. The first bowl is 3 3/4" x 6 1/4". It shows some very interesting grain. Finished with three coats of wiped on...
  4. Pin Oak Head Board

    Our friends Arnie and Sally knew that I collected logs to turn them into lumber. They were having their dying pin oak tree cut down from their front yard and asked if I wanted it. I took it and had it cut into lumber. The green wood had some beautiful green striped throught the grain...
  5. Pin Oak bowl

    Got this Pin Oak from a couple houses down from where a had a painting job, very large pieces of the trunk were left for me by the man cutting it down, he said I could have it and lucky he was still around when I picked it up because there was no way I could have lifted up the chunks that were...
  6. Pin Oval Oak

    Well, another pin oak bowl. I think it still looks nice, but it did go oval on me. Guess I did'nt quite get it dry enough in the microwave. My first bowl I believe had warped more before I started turning it again, so hopefully it did'nt warp also or at least not as much. It is in a display case...
  7. Pin Oak Natural Edge Bowl

    I won a piece of Pin Oak at one of the Front Range Woodturner meeting and this is what came out a nice natural edge bowl it is 3"deep by 8"across, finished with a food safe salad bowl finish.All comments and questions welcome.
  8. 3 More Cutting Boards

    I am having so much fun making these cutting boards! I can see why LJs is so full of them now. The sky's the limit as far as creativity, and I've just scratched the surface. I scored some really neat wood for these from some old church pews that were built in 1913 some from white oak a couple...
  9. Nightstand

    Finally got around to making a nightstand for the wifey. Found a shop that had some vintage reclaimed barnwood for sale and decided that would make for a nice piece.
  10. I have a Dilemma!

    I turned this Pin Oak end grain slice of log and sealed it with white wood sealer, sanded it smooth and applied salad bowl finish on it (3 coats) sanded it smooth again and a week later this crack appeared! I am appealing for your help/advise/tips on how I would be able to salvage this beautiful...
  11. Sweating for Bucks Through Woodworking
    Hey All, a tree company just cut down a very large pin oak in my neighbors yard and the neighbor didn't want anything to do with the wood and the guys were nice enough to cut off all the burls on this tree for me. and when i say all i mean there were a lot of burls. i probably have 25 burls...
  12. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hi there I picked up a Wirth Machine on an auction. The only site that has it is as it was made in the late 80s. With some vague directions I have a good idea how to use it but if anyone has a clue where to find an operating manual that would really rock. Heres some info from...
  13. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    About to take down two huge pin oak trees over 80 ft tall. They tell me the wood is no good for anything but fireplace, railroad ties or pallets. Can anyone tell me why this is?
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