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  1. Bow Arm Morris Chair

    My chair is finished, finally! It was about 6 months in the making, and many more months of dreaming it up and planning. Hickory and Walnut. Leather upholstery, which I did myself. 1 coat of danish oil, 3 coats of Arm R Seal wipe on poly, and then rub out with paste wax. The walnut was dyed to...
  2. Easy Build Shop Stool

    This is a really simple little shop stool that I builf a few weeks ago - its just made out of scrap construction timber (radiata pine) and I built it in one weekend. Its very easy to make - if you're interested I did a blog post about how to make one for yourself here.
  3. Xmas gift box made from ash and african padauk

    I'm a new woodworker. I have seen serval projects like this on lumberjocks before. So here is my own version. From raw wood, Padauk and ash 4/4 , jointed, planed and cut to sizes. The box is made using a table saw and a simple 45angle sled to cut each sides with a 45angle. Glued the 6 pieces...
  4. Sawstop and Router Cabinet / Infeed Table / Outfeed Table Project

    Here's my completed SawStop and Router Cabinet. I've added foldaway outfeed and infeed tables for safety and versatility. This is based on an amazing similar table by Tedth66, who graciously provided me continual assistance as I built the project. This is a modification of his design, adding a...
  5. Oak Burl and Maple Branch Goblet

    Oak burl and maple branch goblet… thats a mouthful… I made this in two pieces from an oak burl chunk and a branch from a maple tree that came down during the recent hurricane. I had no plan as I went along, which was actually an enjoyable experience. I had kicked this burl around the shop for...
  6. bookcasechallenge

    hello all I have present 2 projects of book case to you of which the first which east indicates and the more current second for the first work N is not very complicate and much material its m does not require would have given pleasure of building it but unfortunately I N have more D workshop C...
  7. My Little Girls "Big Girl Bed"

    Here is a Bed that I made for my little girl summer of 09. She was wanting a "Big Girl Bed" as she put it and was about to outgrow her other bed/cot. Well at the time of looking for mattresses the kids size bed mattresses was threw the roof and I refused to pay for one. We had a Double size...
  8. Writing Desk

    This is a project I made for my daughters birthday. I had made the dresser that you can see in the picture a couple years before, but she was getting to the age were she needed a real desk and not the hand-me-down of mine when I was a kid. It's made from maple. The top was made using maple...
  9. My First Hidden Hinge Bandsaw Box, False Bottom with a Twist literally! ya have to click to see

    This is another new design, I hand crafted this box Ladies Jewelry and or gentlemen's box from spalted hackberry, this box offers hidden hinges, ( my first hidden hinge box) a pull out tray and a hidden compartment under the tray which is opened by way of a key, the lift out tray is the key. To...
  10. Santa just finished this Rocking Horse

    Santa spent the weekend before Christmas finishing his latest creation, started earlier this summer, when he did all the hard parts. All that was left was the finishing… He used a large scrap of black leather, picked up at a local Tandy's and cut it to fit as the saddle, and a pair of ears. His...
  11. Jaw breaker pen

    This was completely inspired by this post http://lumberjocks.com/projects/30972. He does some pretty cool stuff and I really like the imagination in his work. Slimline pen, center band is made out of ebony. The blanks were pretty hard to drill without cracking, Turned the speed up, and only...
  12. Carved Dog Bone with Niles' Name

    My LJ hubby, LJ, routed the plaque for me. I then power carved the name of our oldest Golden (but you should have guessed that). Then painted and sealed the sign and we proudly display it at home. This and all my signs are cut using a hand held dremel-type tool, not a CNC.
  13. Some pens and other small turned items.

    First image is of a Purple Heart Pen and magnifying glass. They weren't a matched set, but looked nice together in the photo. Second image is from a 60lb sycamore burl that I've got waiting for the right "Wood Zen" moment to cut up and make a big project from. Third image is my first attempt...
  14. End Tables

    My wife had a friend that was using some tv trays as end tables after a divorce. I offered to make the tables for her…partly to be nice and partly to improve my skills on a few things…since I've never built a table, worked with 30 degree angles, etc. The plans for the morrocan table came from...
  15. Todos Locos Chair

    This is a Mesquite rocking chair that I upgraded with a 'Todos Locos' fishing tournament Logo. It was put into a auction, but I haven't found out how it did.
  16. Saw Vise

    This is a saw vise based on the Lie Nielsen Saw Vise shown here. I made it from Poplar from Home Depot, as it was cheaper than plywood in the same size. It consists of two 24"x12"x3/4" panels and four 24"x1-3/4"x1/2" strips, two at the top and two at the bottom. I didn't see any need for the...
  17. a george the third style dining table

    well, here's a table with a lot of woodworking involved. we made the first, more complex, version of it in the early 90s for a client who photographed, measured, and documented a table they studied while on a trip to england. that table had a more complex edge inlay and brass casters on the...
  18. 18th Century Wooden Coffin Shaped Smoothing Plane in Beech

    Just wanted to show off this smoothing plane. I have the downloadable plans for this plane here if you want to make it. I thought a few photos would help anyone that is trying to make one for the plane swap. Here are a couple of videos of it in use and another to show off some details. I...
  19. No glue No fasteners bookcase

    We built this bookshelf using no glue or fasteners of any kind and only a jigsaw. It has a narrow profile and holds a lot of books. I originally intended to use some glue to hold it together, but it fit together so tightly, I skipped it. It is holding up well so far…the boards haven't moved...
  20. Renderings and drawings

    We often work with blueprints. We also work with renderings, which I prefer. Sometimes we're working with a sketch on a napkin. My least favorite form of drawing. Blueprints are often sterile and difficult to understand for many clients. Often they have no clue what their agreeing to. In this...
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