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  1. 3Vessels done more to go

    For the last 2 days been finnishing this vessels and ,they have great coloring and texture Im quite happy with the results hope the next ones are better still,the pic are in two takes each some front to back others top view,any comments welcome ,sure it will make me a bit better turner(have...
  2. The bed desk!

    This desk was made for a friend who wanted to use in bed, hence the title the bed desk. LOL he asked me to make it in March of 2010 and started it in Oct that same year. And he asked me if he will have it by Christmas. So as a smart ass I am, it was done Christmas eve LOL. he was happy it was...
  3. 1960's ambrosia maple lava lamp vase

    you 1960's ers…will love this!!! an ambrosia maple lava lamp vase!!...we all remember these ..so thought I would make one…not bad..not turned but again done with the ring master…gray ambrosian maple..not my favorite but did turn out well…black inlay to accent..all of my projects are for sale...
  4. My mailbox

    Made with pine and redwood, this arch-topped box sports a 'flag' shaped flag on the side. The door latches with a ball catch. Mail lady was pissed when she couldn't figure it out the fiirst time! was very funny.
  5. Set of Little Piggy Cutting Boards for Etsy Store

    It's time to come clean and tell y'all that we have an Etsy Store. The most popular item so far seems to be these "little piggy" cutting boards. I'm trying to build up a little inventory, so the store is a little skinny right now, but things are selling. I decided to make and sell these boards...
  6. Scroll Saw cut Sign

    As I managed to quit smoking last year, I decided that I should "reward" myself by buying a Scroll Saw. I'm a COMPLETE NEWBIE to Scroll Sawing, so I designed and made this little sign as a "practice piece". I'm quite pleased with how it came out. Keith.
  7. Another Farmhouse Table

    With 23 guests coming for Thanksgiving I needed another table to accommodate the crowd. This is a quick and simple farm house table that I built in two days. The table top is 5/4 X 8 pine boards I purchased from Lowes. The turned legs are from Osborne Wood Products. The apron is 1 X 5 pine...
  8. Chinese Checker Board

    I made a Chinese Checker Board that can hang on the wall while storing marbles in the board. It's made of Maple and Redheart. Check out the YouTube video if you want to see how I did it… I also provided a drill template for anyone that wants to make one themselves...
  9. Sweating for Bucks Through Woodworking
    Has anyone read Andy Glantz's article, "Selling The Experience" in the new issue of "Woodwork"? If so what did you think of the article? I'm not asking anyone to go buy the magazine. But, if you have read the article, I would be interested in your thoughts about it. I'm not a professional...
  10. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    One of the things I love about the Lumber Jocks website is that people from all levels of woodworking and from all walks of life can enjoy each other's ideas, thoughts and skills. The vast array of talent here is astounding and it makes it even more enjoyable when you see a small novice piece...
  11. Marketplace Classifieds
    Delta 6" professional jointer needs a new home near Vancouver, Washington. I bought this Model 37-196 (37-196 was Delta's re-labeling of 37-195 jointers returned for factory reconditioning) in 2002. It's been lightly used (maybe 10 hours) and is in great shape; both infeed and outfeed tables...
  12. Finishing
    Hi All, My cup runneth over. I have a bunch of projects I am sitting on and I don't have time for a hand-rubbed, build finish. I'm looking for a quality finisher to spray some projects with lacquer or conversion varnish or really anything that looks good. Mostly chessboards and smaller pieces...
  13. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    There is a Cman Professional Jointer for sale in my area on CL. Yes, I know Craftsman is Crapsman. I also know the words Craftsman and Professional shouldn't be used in the same sentence. I don't have deep pockets and I don't buy things on credit, which eliminates the ability/desire to buy...
  14. Blogs
    2010 show season: ACC Baltimore , MD Feb 23-28 I've received several pm's asking how our business is and what we do to promote ourselves so I thought I would begin a blog on our 2010 shows. Next week I will be exhibiting at the ACC Baltimore show ( http://public.craftcouncil.org/baltimore/...
  15. Blogs
    The Intuitive Artisan: an Interview with Brandon Morrison of Whyr'Hymer Furniture The following is an e-mail interview with Brandon Morrison. Brandon is the owner of Whyr'Hymer Furniture in Hollywood, California. This started as friendly banter via e-mail and I thought picking Brandon's...
  16. Blogs
    Pottery Barnyard My wife and I had a gift card to a store with a name similar to the one in the title of this entry. Since I am launching a woodworking business I always like to see what the "competition" is doing so I perused the made-in-china furniture they had to offer. I was shocked at the...
  17. Blogs
    SawStop Brake Spacing Explained This is the first entry in the SawStop Tutorials series. http://trentdavis.net/wp/2018/07/06/sawstop-brake-spacing-explained/ -SawStop Users' Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/sawstopusersgroup/
  18. Blogs
    A Redirection There are some things that just happen that you can't see coming. I started woodworking with my Dad in our cold, Western New York one-car garage back when gentlemen still wore hats and nobody cussed in public. It was usually fun, and always educational. I still remember messing...
  19. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Remember when Black & Decker changed its model numbering system in January 1970? In many cases, their power tools remained the same but were given new model numbers. Pre-1970 model numbers had a "U" prefix if they were household models, followed by a three-digit model #. Thus, out of curiosity...
  20. Blogs
    SAWSTOP - Arrival and unloading Long Story Short - Fingers are too valuable and I'm too inexperienced to NOT get a sawstop (I am a capitalist myself anyway). I sold my Ridgid granite-topped saw and bought a Sawstop 1.75 Professional Cabinet Model. Here it is arriving home for the first time...
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