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  1. Picture Frame

    This frame was made with scrap chair rail molding. It's made of red oak. The finish has gold flake in it to give it a glisten. sorry to the jets fans.
  2. Bridle Joint End Table

    Red oak, with accent strips of Padauk. Sides are made with bridle joints, connecting crosspieces connect with a blind mortise and tenon.
  3. An Artist's Chest of Drawers

    One of my young granddaughters is an avid artist who needed a place where she could organize and store all of her art supplies which includes oils, acrylics, watercolor paints, brushes, scissors and much more. So I built this 11 drawer chest which measures 28" long by 16" high and 9.75" deep...
  4. Portable TV table for Better Vision

    I just finished making a tv table (cart) for the benefit of my wifes eyes. I would have bought a bigger tv but she said all she needed was for the tv to be closer to her eyes. Nuf said I used the same style that that our main tv is on that I made around 1982. Solid red oak no plywood this...
  5. Hope/Blanket Chest, Large, Oak

    Completed towards end of '07. My final project for college(PA College of Technology). Solid Red Oak, Aromatic Red Cedar lined, Brass Hardware, Mortise and Tenon/Raised Panel construction… all around, Solid Bracket Feet across the front and on the sides, Two Drawers hand dovetailed, Solid Top...
  6. Golfer Box

    This is a gift for a friend. It is made of red oak and hickory. The red oak is from my neighbor's 103 year old tree that hurricane Ike knocked down two years ago. The hickory is from a small tree my neighbor gave to me and thought I might want it for my BBQ pit. The finish is wipe on poly...
  7. A gift for my wife

    My wife is getting into painting so I decided to make her an easel. If you are an easel co. I have no intention of producing these and only made for my wifes use and won't instruct anyone else how I did it. Made from Red Oak and has a winch that can lift over 300 lbs. the Easel can hold canvas...
  8. Shadow Box 1

    Shadow box created for our outgoing 1SG. Basically built a two layer picture frame with 1/4" MDF for the backing.
  9. Oak Cafe Tables - dyed with India Ink

    I built 11 table tops for a friend's Cafe in San Francisco last year. The bases are metal ordered by the designer and the tops are all red oak, dyed with India Ink. This was a difficult project since the two large table tops were 2 1/2 ft wide and the longest was 9', the other 7'8". The drink...
  10. Oak Bookcase

    We wanted a bookcase located near the kitchen for housing cookbooks and a small collection of wines. This project was a slight modification from a design found in Woodsmith. We are pleased with the result and plan to build a couple more to complement a tv stand currently being built. The book...
  11. Wood Clock

    This project wasnt that hard to do. Its made out of Red oak.
  12. Knife Display Case

    My father was a cook in the US Navy C-Bees during WW2 in the Pacific, and these were his carving knives, fork and sharpening steel that he brought home with him. When dad passed away my brother got them and he ask me to make a display case for them. It is made of 1/4 sawn red oak. The door pull...
  13. Crib for Sarah Nicole

    Worked on it for a month and was scheduled to deliver it a week before the due date but Sarah had a different schedule. Mom went into labor the morning I was to deliver the bed. Delivered three days later and everyone seemed pleased.
  14. Footstool for my Morris chair

    At one point this summer I took the time to make a foot stool for my Morris chair. A bit difficult staining to match the chair but got it pretty close. My wife made the cushion for it from a fitted piece of plywood 5" foam and a piece of leather that she was able to find at a fabric store. She...
  15. Mallets for 2017 Surprise Tool Swap

    My surprise swap items were four different kinds of wooden mallets. Three resemble mallets I had made previously for myself. The fourth was a journey of discovery. My theory on wooden mallets is that they are meant to be used, and all of mine show dings and dents from usage. Better for the...
  16. Cantilevered End Table

    This is my cantilevered end table that I built over a span of about 3-4 months from designing, building models, large mock ups of the joints, and eventually the actual table. I had an absolute blast figuring everything out and although originally made as an end table it is now a side table in...
  17. Bookcase wall unit

    Slightly modified plans from Family Handyman. Turned out to be a little more involved than I thought! It's red oak and oak plywood. The main thing I'd add if you decide to make this program is that just cutting the curves with a jigsaw or bandsaw doesn't work unless you're a lot better at it...
  18. A Simple Box

    Here it is… the latest box… This box was a disjointed, near-year in the making, and filled with not a few "throw it in the air, and see if it flies" ideas. The sides were cut on the band-saw I no longer have, as an experiment in re-sawing. The piece that I cut, an old cribbing block, had so many...
  19. Night Stand

    Decided to make a Night Stand for myself with some left over Red Oak and Birch Plywood. I included a hidden drawer underneath the top which is opened by a cantilevered lever in the back. Works great and was a fun build. Work really sped up, so I had to cut corners and decide to live with...
  20. Supported Russian Prototype

    In plain old oak, It is much bigger then the first I made, And it spins pretty well, I just need to get more fiber and test drive it. It is .5 oz, 15 grams 9.25 inches long
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