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  1. The Lady

    A work entitled "The Lady". A single drawer, bandsawn box. The timber is Australian Red Cedar. Finished in pure Tung Oil, fine sanded to 1500 wet & dry. Fun to make. Tony Ward
  2. Cheese and cracker boards

    Three more cheese and cracker boards that my wife helped design for my next show. We really like the maple and Purple Heart contrasting colors If interested in purchasing send me a private message tks
  3. Tile Display

    This frame was an anniversary gift to my son Ben and his wife Jenna. I was looking for a project to try out some of the joinery and details often seen in early Arts and Crafts pieces, especially from the Greene and Greene brothers. These "tiles" are actually color prints of tiles that I found...
  4. Crab Butter

    Have you ever had high hopes for a project, took your time to do it right and give it that little extra, only to have it come out a few sandwiches short of a picnic? Well, this is my entry. I decided I would try out a larger pattern with the plugs I've been experimenting with and this is the...
  5. Walnut cheese and cracker board

    Absolutely love this cheese and cracker board! This is being donated to the saint Martha fair on Nov 17 and 18 with the wine caddy that I previously posted. The only thing is the walnut is an expensive wood to work with. Made from solid walnut with hard maple accent stripes and small circle...
  6. New 'Diamond' clocks

    A few new clocks all in the 'diamond' shape, all out of maple primarily. Some dots are made from walnut, the rest are from wood from a cigar box by Acid cigars. That's also waht the circle in the third one is made from.
  7. A frame gun rack, portable

    Portable gun rack made of pine with solid surface plugs and spline. Hand-rubbed oil finish and wax.
  8. Stationary gun rack

    A fellow asked me to build him a gun rack for his gun safe, so I said, "Sure". Made of pine with solid surface plugs. Water base Polyurathane finish and wax. Made the barrel rack openings a little larger to accomodate room for a 50 caliber rifle and will handle any firearm with rail systems as...
  9. Greene&Greene night stand

    This is my first Greene&Greene piece, first frame and panel construction, first precise drawer - I have learned so much. It was inspired by Darrell Peart's Fremont Nightstand. Materials - dark red mahogany, ebony for plugs and handle, cambia poplar used for a drawer body. Finish - Red Mahogany...
  10. My First Serving Tray

    Honestly, my first post here at Lumber Jocks as well. I've been a woodworker of sorts for most of my life, but mostly as a hobby, to fix things up, or build those things I for some reason think I myself am able to build, instead of doing things the easy way, by buying it from a store. Besides...
  11. Kreg Pocket Hole Plugs Cutting Sled

    Kreg Pocket Hole Plugs Cutting Sled Right, I did a Kreg Jig Work Platform, and I even found an alternative to the Pocket Hole Screws, I think is about time to complete the set with a Kreg Pocket Hole Plugs Cutting Sled. It's more like a dowel cutting sled that you make two different cuts with...
  12. Poplar Plugs & Tusks in Walnut

    A good friend wanted a gift for his brother whom he just stayed with for a visit. He suggested using traditional joinery because the brother is into woodworking. I find miters to be much easier than mortise and tenons. It seems I am always getting something out of square or to big or too small...
  13. 'Reeds'

    Another bamboo serving board. The picture is pretty poor, a quick grab shot before we took it to a friend, Anna. I started off with a piece of laminated bamboo panel left over from a kitchen cabinet job we did recently. (The doors and drawer fronts were bamboo giving the kitchen a simple...
  14. Kew Gardens Trellis Copy

    When we went to England last summer I saw a trellis at Kew Gardens I decided to build a copy to hide my neighbors back house, so I studied my photos and drew out some plans for the trellis. The three uprights are pressure treated. I notched out each trellis at the top and bottom with a...
  15. Garden Bench Greene and Greene inspired

    My garden bench, design inspired by the Greene and Greene, Blacker house hall bench. Reclaimed Oregon (Douglas Fir) with Jarrah plugs and splines, some oak dowels also. I filled the nail holes with dyed epoxy, I quite like the character provided by the nail holes and knots. Finished with 2...
  16. Greene & Greene Style Side Table

    I promised my wonderful wife, Helen, that I would build her a reading table to place alongside our rocking chair in our upstairs bedroom. She fantasizes about sitting alone, gently rocking, and quietly reading while having a comfortable place to set her drink and reading lamp. Nevermind that...
  17. Lures for Grant

    Napaman has a great blog on a young fellow going through some hard times. He asked so little, thought I'd see if I could get on board. Never made a fishing plug before but I had enough wood for this project and thought it would be fun. Don't know how the fish will feel about these, but as...
  18. My Maloof inspired rocker

    I finally finished! I started this project 9 months ago after seeing an almost finished rocker in a friends garage. I immediately knew I had to make one. I hope the pictures do it justice…it looks and feels amazing in person. My friend and mentor has made 13 rockers in his life and I was very...
  19. Cherry Hearts

    Thought id get this one done by valentines day welll….... LOL Just been so busy at work . The top is a burl veneer that was given to me with a curly maple veneer down the center. I added the hearts after a mess up with the tape grrrr . First attempt with the three point corner think it came out...
  20. Mandolin and Guitar Stands

    Hey all. I was sick of using my case, and always using ugly guitar stands. I saw a fellow LJ'er (ajosephg) and his attempt at a wooden one he saw on guitarcenter.com and I thought he did a great job. I looked up the same one and drew up a design in autocad. Link to fullsize printable...
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