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  1. One week of work....

    Accomplished this last week these two works, the patterns were made by me in the Christmas holiday and only rested when I came to the garage and started cutting. It was with some excitement that I looked at the work already completed. I think the end result exceeded my expectations! Pedro
  2. chair repair

    one my friends brought me this chair. it had been in his family for awhile. it was about to be thrown away because of it's condition, but he wanted to save it. obviously, it needed some help. it only had 3 good joints on it, i had to repair the rest of them. the funny thing is that he was...
  3. Kurly Koa

    Koa and Oak box with Polynesian fish hooks. Another of the tapered-side boxes….this time, curly koa and quarter sawn oak. The sides are solid koa, tapered 10 degrees with mitered corners. The lid is shaped oak with koa veneer. The lift is oak, accented with a pair of carved mango Polynesian fish...
  4. Christmas Palm Box by Inspiration

    When I saw the palm boxes that Andy had made a light bulb turned on in my head (and that takes some doin). There is a story (of course) that needs to be told as to why the light went off in my head. Ya see my wife takes her watch off and sits it on something somewhere in the house when she...
  5. Nightstand

    I finally completed my Nightstand for the guest bedroom. Several things that you can say about this piece of furniture, it is heavy and solid as a rock, since it is made from 3/4 inch quarter sawed white oak, even the drawers. I experimented with this unit and I used several different...
  6. Christmas Nesting Trays

    3 trays that nest one inside the other. The darker two are made from Quarter sawn oak and the lighter is Domestic Cherry. Dovetail joinery made with a Porter Cable Dovetail jig.
  7. Quarter Sawn Murphy Bed | Custom

    The is a Euro style Murphy bed that was built using quarter sawn white oak. It was completed in October 2010. One of the big features is the inset bookcases added to. The eight inch bookcase s turned inward and give a little bit of storage space and is cancelled with the bed is closed. Just...
  8. Nephew's Cradle

    This project started for my niece, but I got sick and it ended up for my nephew.
  9. Greene and Green Style Large Picture Frame

    Made from quarter sawn Oregon White Oak. Overall size is roughly 2' x 3' not counting the long top piece. Finish is Sam Maloof oil / wax. This is the first time my wife has "gone big" with her artwork, and I felt it needed a very special frame. Thanks for looking.
  10. floating top table

    Floating top table with castle joints for the leg apron joint and a QS oak top. Finished with Rubio monocoat hard wax oil finish. Very easy finish to apply and retains the natural look of the wood. Thanks for looking
  11. Arts and Crafts Clock... finished

    This is the first clock I made. Back during covid lockdown last spring. The bottom field has been empty since then while I decided how to finish it off. So I recently did some research on copper embossing and today I completed the piece by making and installing the acorn accent. I wasn't happy...
  12. Home Office Improvement - Angled Frame Wastebasket

    Here are a couple pics of a wastebasket I made to help improve the home office. A little Quarter Sawn Oak to brighten the day. Made a short video here
  13. Arts and Craft, Mission Tile Frame w/Oak Glen Tiles

    "The Story" I was contacted by Laura Reutter owner of Ravenstone Tiles about 2 weeks ago wanting to know if I would like making a frame for one of her customers that she had done these Oak Glen Tiles for. Of course I said "why yes", she gave me the customer information and asked if I would...
  14. Contempory Round End Table

    I just finished making a new round contemporary end table for our recently remodeled family room and thought I'd add the project to my LJ projects page. The finish that I used on the table was the same that I had used on my built-in library project and the TV Cabinet that we have placed in the...
  15. Bench\Step for Charity

    This is a bench\stepping stool I made based on one like this I had as a kid. It is made from blood wood and quarter sawn oak. I originally made it to try and sell but then I got the opportunity to donate something for a charity so I picked this.
  16. Kids size Cherry Coat Rack

    Friends of ours wanted a kids size coat rack for their house. They wanted cherry and they wanted something to match their mission style furniture. I came up with this design. It was cut from a 4"x 4" block of cherry that was 40 inches long. I cut off 1" strips from 2 sides and used that to make...
  17. Roycroft Armchair Reproduction

    Which chair is the real Roycroft made in 1901? The one on the left is the original. I made this reproduction to complete a set of dining chairs after failing to find another original. I disassembled the original in order to match the joinery as well as repair the loose fits. I am not a carver...
  18. Arts and Crafts Wall Clocks

    I have built several of these wall clocks over the past few weeks. They are constructed of quarter sawn white oak measuring 13 inches square and 1-1/2 inches deep. The joinery is a simple pinned half-lap - with that much glue surface, the pin really serves no purpose other than decorative...
  19. Two Rail Bench

    Here is my two rail bench, so-named because it has only two long rails instead of the typical 3 or 4 rail configuration. One side of the bench looks light and airy, with minimal visible support. Flip the bench to face the other way and it shows its craftsman nature with cleats passing through...
  20. Carved Panel Blanket Chest

    Carved panel blanket chest in quarter-sawn red oak with a solid aromatic cedar bottom. In a style commonly called Hadley although carved panel chests certainly predate those made in Hadley, Massachusetts and are found throughout Europe. Check out Peter Follansbee's blog for the real deal. The...
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