LumberJocks Woodworking Forum banner
  • Please post in our Community Feedback thread for help with the new forum software! If you are having trouble logging in, please Contact Us for assistance.

Discussions Showcase Albums Media Media Comments Tags Marketplace

1-20 of 29 Results
  1. Handle for Japanese Pull Saw Blade

    A while ago, I ordered my first Japanese Dozuki Saw to realise I had bought a replacement blade only. Today, I took a piece of scrap Oak and made a simple handle to suit my hand. I cut a 2cm section of Galvanised Sheet Steel that I folded to form a spine and fitted it to the blade. I roughly...
  2. Shopmade Drawer Pulls

    After building a storage cabinet for my shop I decided to make my own pulls to prevent the cord from my electric tools to catch. Most store bought pulls don't meet this particular criteria. I ripped two 3/4'' thick 18'' long sticks, 1'' wide, according to my actual needs. I used a 3/8''...
  3. Pentagonal Jewelry Box

    Box number 26 in my recent box series. This is number 11 in my Adventures into Shape. This box is built from poplar with hickory, cedar and mesquite for some of the parts. It is the 1st build with five sides that are dovetailed. It was meant as a prototype of sorts as I had a hard time...
  4. First T - Handle Bottle Pull

    So I was looking at this kit for a while and decided to get a a few when I purchased a bunch of other items. This was the first project that I made were dimensions was actually critical to the final project. The handles are made out of curly maple. I am waiting on some blanks from Australia...
  5. Set of Cutting Boards

    I found a set of cutting boards that a member made that a really liked. I think the only difference was that I used ash and walnut. The boards range in size from 8,10 and 12 inches wide to 12, 15, 18 inches long. The walnut dowels were made on a router using a beading bit. The splines are...
  6. Puppy Dog Pull Toy

    Pull Toy for a little one, from Spruce laminated for thickness, birch dowel cytoff for eyes, piece of scrap Walnut for the Nose. The wheels were purchased along with the axle pegs, think they are birch as well. Added the string after the pictures. Thanks to Dansnow for his help once again. A...
  7. Tool cabinet door/door pulls - done cheap

    I've always liked the look of full length drawer pulls and how easy they are to grab. I didn't like the price of the solid stainless steel or aluminum ones. I've seen them for up to $40 each - with me having well over 40 or 50 pulls in my shop that was a dream a winning lottery ticket away - I...
  8. Oven Stick

    [Legebla ankaŭ en Esperanto] This is an oven 'safety' stick I made for my wife, or anyone who uses our oven. I figure if I use a push stick on the table saw then she deserves a push-pull stick for a hot oven. The project has been kicking around my shop for at least a month while I got other...
  9. Bathroom Cabinet in Wenge and Birdseye Maple

    I call this cabinet "Stop yelling at me!". I'll bet you can figure out why. My wife wanted a medicine cabinet for our master ensuite bathroom. This is what I came up with. Made of all solid wenge with shop cut birdseye maple veneer panel in the door. Back panel is plain maple and wenge strips...
  10. Tilt Front Desk with DeCou Original Carved Panel; inspired by the late-Birger Sandzen

    Thanks for looking. This project has been "sold", but if you would like something similar, please email me: [email protected] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Project Story: This is a commissioned project for a past...
  11. Love Keychains and More

    The first two are in cocobolo. The letters are approximately 3/8" tall. The third is the same size in cherry and the last is my standard 5/8' Cherry. Thanks for looking!
  12. Maple and cocobolo

    Here is the latest table I have created. It was made as a housewarming gift for some good friends. The dimensions are 43"long x 13.5" wide x 33.5" tall. The top is made of solid birdseye maple with cocobolo inlay. The base is all solid curly roasted sugar maple, with cocobolo feet and drawer...
  13. Pink-n-paduk

    I took up with my bandsaw about two weeks ago, and have done a lot of "proof of principle" things; cutting out curves, resawing, no actual projects per se. Learn the tool, cut up some scrap-purchased from the scrap bins at Woodcrafters for just that purpose. Some of the scraps were an...
  14. Finished Toy Kitchen

    Beatrice's Kitchen Set is all finished and I am proud of our work. The tongue oil & Mineral Spirits finish really brought out some deep tones in the pine. If you look at the divider between the "sink" and the "stove" and between the "fridge" and "freezer" and at the bottom of the fridge, you...
  15. Chain Pull

    I was turning some Christmas ornaments and cut one a little to thin and well you know how that goes. I thought I would turn it into a chain pull. It's about 2" long and made from walnut and maple.
  16. Designing Woodworking Projects
    My daughter and I want to make some cute pull toys for young children we know. We have it in mind to make grasshoppers, but we could alter plans for other animals. Does anyone have a suggestions for the best book to get to get the plans for something like this? I'd like something that looks like...
  17. Sweating for Bucks Through Woodworking
    First forum topic also but I just got contacted to possibly be a vendor at the Georgia Winery here in North GA at some of their events and I wanted to pick the brains of the LJ community. What should I expect, take, etc, any questions you think I should know the answer to or tips. I have never...
  18. Blogs
    Design - Feedback Welcome I've seen machinist toolboxes here and elsewhere a couple of times, but never felt they would be useful for my woodworking needs as they seem to be aimed at organizing smaller items/tools/etc, so I never paid much attention to these boxes. With my recent interest in...
  19. Blogs
    Design Shortly After completing the toolbox that was posted here: I realized that I'll need some setup to hold the larger tool/components/etc as it just won't fit into the small toolbox. I looked around at kennedy, snap-on, and other similar toolcarts and they are either too big or too $$$...
  20. Blogs
    Design Process For several months now I have been dreaming about building a credenza as the ultimate next project to tackle. I don't have a clue where I am going to put it when its done. I don't have any space for a 6 foot long cabinet, but I really want to build one. So I started drawing and...
1-20 of 29 Results
Top