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  1. Patio Table

    Made of cedar, size is 42×44 and stained a mushroomy color. The top is assembled with pocket screws. It has been used a few times and works as designed (lol). Thanks for looking.
  2. Planer Cabinet

    I recently bought a Dewalt 735 planer and needed a rolling cabinet for it. At 90 lbs, the planer was just too hard and dangerous to move around. Nothing fancy. Case is made from 3/4" Baltic birch plywood. Back is also 3/4" just because it avoided buying more plywood. Case is just a bit...
  3. I Stole the Design of this Magazine Rack from The Wood Whisperer

    Title says it all.. After seeing Mark Spagnuolo's (version of Glenn Huey's) magazine rack, I enjoyed it so much that I decided to rip off his design. Soft Maple, some figured walnut and zinc plated steel rods (couldn't find stainless steel). Finish was natural flavored watco danish oil...
  4. The Kids Needed a Kitchen

    My Woodbuddies daughter and her husband bought a starter home. The kitchen was in terrible shape so her dad and others went to work designing, manufacturing and installing. The entire kitchen area is in cherry based on the 32mm system.
  5. End Table / Receipt Organizer

    My wife wanted an end table to keep next to the computer to hold receipts and other financial paperwork. This is constructed out of 3/4" baltic birch plywood with edge banding. The drawer is 1/2" baltic birch with a routed path for the hardwood runner mounted inside the cabinet. Everything is...
  6. Small Coffee Table or Step Stool

    I made this out of poplar, its a small coffee table used to sit next to my bean bag, it could also be used as a stepping stool i jumped on it a few times to make sure it was strong. This is a nice simple project you can make in an afternoon. The legs are cut with a 10 degree bevel on the table...
  7. Bookcase

    Red Oak bookcase with pocket screws from woodsmith magazine #175
  8. Shop Rolling Cabinets

    Rolling Tools Storage and workspaces. These are made of 2×4 pine and hardboard primarily. I love the cabinet and rolling surfaces, very handy for making a small shop work well.
  9. Beer Storage and Brewing Table

    This was a quick utility project made with plywood and biscuit joints. Pocket screws were also used to increase strength because of the weight that the cabinet will have to hold. Also because of the weight we used edge strips to support and stiffen the middle shelf and top instead of veneer to...
  10. TV Table

    This is my first foray into pocket hole joinery. I was a bit skeptical about the whole thing, but figured since it seemed to be so popular, I'd give it a whirl. I got the Kreg mini jig, which is just a single hole jig and the pocket hole drill. You supply your own clamps. Anyway, I built this...
  11. Kitchen Drawer

    Our house was built in 1972. The kitchen cabinets are original to the house and were these tacky looking English Tudor sort of things in a style popular back then. They were covered in this sort of "industrial grade" contact paper that was bubbling and peeling. The kitchen drawers are these...
  12. Outdoor trash can holder

    This is a new outdoor trash can holder I built to replace the one that was hit by a car last winter. I used 5/4 pressure treated with 4×4 corner posts. I mortised and pocket screwed the 5/4 to the posts. and added 1/2" conduit for accent. I capped it off with ripped down 5/4 and pocket screwed...
  13. Ribon Sapele Small Table

    Recently, I blogged some renders and Sketchup screenshots of a sort of Mission style table I was making for a friend out of ribbon Sapele. You can see that here. I picked out some nice boards..from Woodcraft… Legs were laminated out of rips from the same board… Top and shelves in the clamps…...
  14. Simple Plant Stand

    This is a simple plant stand that I made to fit behind my wife's desk at the school where she teaches. The dimensions are designed to fit behind her desk and it's height is the same height as the windowsill. I made it from pine to keep the cost down and used simple pocket screws for...
  15. Standing Desk

    This is a standing Desk I made for my Pastor's Doctor of Ministry Graduation. It is a surprise for the middle of May, but he is not a woodworker, and so I'm fairly confident he will not see this in the next few weeks. He has been talking about wanting one, and even picked out this general...
  16. Drill Press Cabinet

    Nothing fancy but highly functional. Push to open drawers so no pulls needed. Pocket screws for the box construction. Simply sets on the base of the drill press and can be slid off if need be. Now just have to put on some finish and fill it up. Thanks for looking.
  17. Basement Workshop Shelving

    I recently started school for horology and upon arriving there I found that our basement workshop was a mess. Being the organized person that I am and having built things like this in the past I set to work designing shelves to hold the clock pieces that we are working on. Before the new...
  18. Storage on Door

    Problem: Lubricants and spray cans were throughout shop. When we needed something it was always hidden from sight. Off we went to purchase a can or jar of something. Later the item we were needing and could not find showed up. Solution: Find a storage system with good visibility and limited...
  19. Cherry Dresser (Finally made something for me)

    This is my first project that I made something for me. I know, it is selfish, but I really needed a dresser! I made it with the help of WWGOA's George Vondriska and his online class. The carcass is made from 3/4 cherry plywood. A solid cherry fraceframe was made using pocket screws and glued...
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