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  1. All Wood Kitchen

    First of all; Thank You Honey for your patience. I hope you feel it was worth it. I've had the vision of an all wood kitchen for about two years. Practicing certain techniques finally allowed me to realize this vision. The actual build of the lower kitchen cabinets took 4 months. (You can...
  2. Meditation stools – partly inspired by Mafe

    We've just come back from our 'summer vacation' yesterday. This year we chose to travel inside instead of outside. Probably the best spent vacation ever. I could write pretty much about this journey… To say the least we came back rejuvenated, combed minded, I'd say. :-) I think I'll post at...
  3. Twenty some years between boxes

    I think I should start the story with my first box (photo 6). I made it in my grandpa's workshop when I was maybe 5 or 6 years old. Well, it wasn't my first woodworking project. The first one was actually a much more memorable one. It looked like a hedgehog. It was a little piece of pine with as...
  4. Walnut Table w/dogwood branch inlays

    I designed and built this dining room table for clients who had a very large informal dining room and like to have large but casual dinner parties. The Claro Walnut top is a sequentially book matched set with some beautiful figure and is accented with black poplar for an ebony look. (I have a...
  5. Gems on the kitchen walls - AllWoodJoinery

    Still cabinetry… And it will keep me busy for a few months for sure. Still without a single drop of glue or any metal fastener. Exclusively out of wood. I've shared my story and my concept in my bed post: The usual slideshow about the build: It has quite some photos condensed in it. I use...
  6. This wood is a gem in itself

    This was a gift from the luckiest husband to the loveliest wife. :) The wood is red willow burl. I know only one lumberyard where they sell red willow. It's steamed. I've got about 200 bf of it. I use it for raised panels. It looks wonderful in a choco locust frame with tung oil finish. I'll...
  7. Wood & Lumber
    Well thanks to those who helped me decide whether this lot of birch tree was viable as timber to use in projects or not. As Grizzman said -"cut up all of it and see what you have". Well I did just that. I asked my husband to slice it in half with the chainsaw then I cut it up on the bandsaw...
  8. Joinery
    Hope I'm not treading over a well beaten path, but have any of you used hot melt glue for your wood joinery. Do they make a glue specifically made for woodworking? I have used hot melt glue for other than woodworking joinery and it seems that there is always a gap that would not be acceptable...
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