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  1. Rroubo Style Frame Saw

    The Roubo Style Frame saw is a tool I made int he past, but I needed to remake it as I broke my old one. This in one hand tool that can completely change the way you work. My last one was dropped and it blew out one of the mortices, and there were a few small tweaks I wanted to make on this...
  2. Oak shaver and brush hanger

    Nothing too fancy. I needed a hanger for my razor and shaving brush in my spare bathroom. Had a scrap of white oak that's a pretty close match to the wood trim in the bathroom. Cut two pieces, drilled a few holes, chamfered a few edges, glued things together with a couple dowels to be extra...
  3. "Vertebrae"

    The announcement for the winter woodworking awards came at a very good time for me. I was just beginning to get back into the shop after taking some time away to heal myself. Last February I had a bad fall that resulted in a non-dislocated fracture of the sacrum….not fun and nothing that can...
  4. Czeck Edge Marking Knife

    I've been out of the shop for a while, and I just started on a birthday present for my new wife, and I got stuck after a huge mistake, so I went back to the shop to work on something else to build back up some motivation. I had purchased a Czeck Edge marking knife kit a while back, and I...
  5. Perch stool (idea stolen from RenaissanceWW)

    So the Renaissance Woodworker YouTube channel was doing a live build of a perch chair which peaked my interest. Followed Shannon's links to Peter Galbert's page. He had developed this with Galen Cranz and Curtis Buchanan. There were two construction grade 2×4s that had sitting beside my...
  6. Shop dustpan

    I've been needing a dust pan for my shop for a while. I have a cheap one, but in order to sweep up, I end up having to bend down, and with my bad back, that's no fun. So when I saw the one in Popular Woodworking by The Schwarz, I added that to my to-do list. I cut a couple pieces of elm for the...
  7. shoulder plane

    I've been looking for a shoulder plane for some time now. As I'm not willing to fork out $200.00 for a new Lie-Neilsen or Veritas, I keep looking for a used one at the local flea market and other places. Alas, to no avail. Nary a once has an old Preston, or Record made an appearance. Mr...
  8. Moana Necklace

    This necklace is from the Disney movie Moana. It is made from pine and constructed using the bandsawn box technique, though I used my jigsaw to do the cutting. The top, bottom, and middle sections of the box were glued back together before carving. After carving the rough shape, the two...
  9. Tomahawk

    One of several Tomahawks I have made this past year. I just finished this one today. The haft is made of high quality Tiger Maple. Finger grooved to make for a better grip. Larger brass heads on the top row and smaller for the next two. I rounded out square stock on the lathe. I then run it...
  10. Oak recycled pallet mallet

    Hi guys Here is a recycled oak pallet piece i used for a mallet ( I needed 10 mallets for a leatherwork class for scouts). The hickory handle is recycled too And the lacing is recycled as well Included is a straight line nail hole on the top of the mallet - kinda gives it some character and...
  11. Ballet Bows - Diane and Acteon

    Made these for a friend for their ballet company. These are wooden bows made from Ash, 14" long and 1" in diameter at the handle, tapering to the ends. They are painted gold and finished with spar urethane. It was fun to watch these bows being put to good use on a stage, and also to see them...
  12. Knife block

    My sweetie had her kitchen knives just rattling around loose in a drawer. Drove me a little nuts, and they were always dull. So I made her a block that will hold them in the drawer in front of the silverware tray. Nothing too fancy. Just 11 strips of cherry sandwiching ten strips of maple, glue...
  13. Turning saw

    Sometime last year I bought the Gramercy Tools Bow Saw kit. I finally got around to building it last weekend. It was a fun build. I don't have a printer that does legal paper, so I wasn't able to print the plans full size, plus the piece of ash I used for the saw was only 1" square, rather than...
  14. Crown Gent Saw rehab

    I had a crown gent saw that I purchased a while back hoping to do some hand work, while not breaking the budget. I never used the saw after the first time being that I found the handle very uncomfortable, and the saw to not cut very well. After digging around and drooling over some very fine...
  15. Tenon saw

    I had been searching for a vintage tenon saw for months but could not find one I liked. So, I decided to just build one. After all, how hard could it be? It turned out to be both easier and more difficult than I imagined. The spring steel saw plate was a piece of cake. I ordered one from...
  16. Io- kinetic Sculpture using magnetic suspension

    This is Io. It is my most recent kinetic sculpture using magnetic suspension. There is a two inch magnetic gap between the two forms inside the frame ( the bottom piece is literally floating).... Io is named after the innermost of the four Galilean moons of the planet Jupiter. The four arms...
  17. Guitar Stand

    well here is my new guitar stand, its made of cherry and walnut with just a splash of maple. I carved this by hand, in pic 2 you can see the ankle, which I carved from one piece. I made 4 of them before I got one I liked. the angle had to be just right to support the guitar neck and belly...
  18. First Project! Multi Species Cutting Board

    This is my first "real" project. Prior to this I only made rudimentary stuff for my workshop. It was a kit I got for Christmas when I was just delving into the craft. The wood is Maple, Cherry, Walnut, Mahogany and Bubinga. The wood comes dimensioned at 1-1/2"x16"x3/4". It is not rough sawn...
  19. Toy Airplanes

    Toy airplanes for a nephew. Each body is made of basswood. The basswood was lightweight and easy to shape using a shinto rasp and some hand sanding. The wings and tails are made of ash and cherry offcuts I had available. These were finished with real tung oil. The paints were child safe water...
  20. A Perfect Handle Handle Restoration

    I picked up this 11" long Perfect Handle screwdriver for a $2 at a building reclaim place. It's would make a cool restoration project-the wooden for the handle is a wreck-and will come in handy considering all of my old hand planes require flathead screwdrivers. It was easy enough to remove...
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