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  1. Projects Workbench/track saw cutting table

    I wanted a portable bench that could be used as a cutting table with the track saw. Some of the things I wanted with the bench was clamping ability, a vertical sliding fence and, a track saw track hinge mounting and support. I started with two Kreg Track Horses and then built a frame for the...
  2. Redwood Patio Table

    Built this in August of last year when my mother-in-law asked that she get a table for her front porch for coffee - same as the purpose of the tapered leg table (also in the Project area) that she saw, used and liked! Found a similar product picture on-line that set the basic design, and then...
  3. glow in the dark name plate

    This is a redwood name plate I made with my 9 year old daughter Ruthie. She helped make some of the initial cuts and I did the rest. I surprised her by putting on a frame and then filling the open sections with glow in the dark epoxy . The name plate now glows at night and it turned out...
  4. Home Sweet Turtle Home

    Not really a woodworking project, this 16' x 4' carpentry project was built in 3 LONG days of summer heat. The frame is made of redwood, the doors and top are made of cedar. The "windows" are heavy gauge hardware cloth wire stapled into the window frame. I used a kreg jig build the entire...
  5. Outdoor serving tray

    Outdoor serving tray/BBQ tray. Based loosely on a design I found on the web. The curved leg pieces are not the most efficient in using wood but look nice. Corner splines are maple. Wood is re-claimed redwood from a deck some folks were going to tear off and burn. I couldn't let that happen...
  6. F.L. Wright Inspired Candle Holder

    This was made as a gift to my Mother for the Holidays. This pattern seemed to go well with a lot of the furniture in her home. For anyone wondering, this is a pattern from our own "ScrollGirl", Sheila Landry. She makes fantastic patterns and has a wonderful website as well. She also posts a...
  7. Addys Mailbox

    Ya know sometimes its nice to build something that is really simple and quick, this is one of those projects. Remember Addison Rose of Texas, my Grand Daughter that I made the crib for? Well she is growing up and she likes to get mail theses days. So My Daughter wanted me to make a mailbox for...
  8. Tables by The Woods

    Tables made by The Woods
  9. The Redwood? Box

    A friend near Chico, Ca gave me a piece of this wood. He says it's Redwood, but it could be Fir. Whatever it is, It has great figure/ grain to it. I made this box with some Curly Redwood for the top. These are some pictures I took while at a blue grass festival where someone bought the box...
  10. Router bowls

    All of these bowls were made using a router, bandsaw, drill press and sander. Some of the wood was recovered from downed trees from a local forest fire. Small projects squeezed in around work and home. Picture 2 - 7" x 2 ½" Redwood with wipe on poly Picture 3 - 2 ½" x 5" Alder (stacked fall...
  11. Redwood Slab Chair

    This is a Redwood Slab Chair from an 80 foot redwood tree we took down a year ago. I blogged about cutting and milling the wood here last spring. This is the first project I have used with the wood, but when we get back to Napa (NEXT WEEK WE MOVE HOME!!!) I will begin using the longer slabs...
  12. Pallet Chevon "Martini Bar" Wall Art Piece

    EDIT: Holy cow we made it to the Daily Top 3! Thanks everyone - make sure you check out the full video build here: This community is truly amazing. I think a few of you saw my first post yesterday - a butcher block desk that I could have been more thrilled to share with the world and your...
  13. Andy's Toy Chest

    I have to preface this with a thank you to all the 'jocks out there who have inspired me to create, work with wood, and offered advice, even though they may not have known that it was advice to me. This site is helping me with almost every aspect of this hobby. So last year my step-daughter...
  14. Curly Redwood table trio

    Love the curly Redwood! Created this coffee table from a slab of Redwood…has some great grain that I thought I would share. I had the slab shaped out when it sold and the client needed it at 11 feet rather than the 12+ that it was…the cut off end became matching end tables. Tons of turquoise...
  15. "Seeking Justice" 7 foot Redwood Cougar Sculpture

    "Seeking Justice" Larger than life Cougar Sculpture by Joni Hamari This is actually one of my older pieces…Just thought I might share it! I just had it back in my posession briefly to do a finish repair on it. I love this sculpture…it is such a strong powerful piece. One of my few wood...
  16. Garden Bench with "personal picnic butler" - Red, White, Greene and Greene

    I had this design in my head for quite some time and I new that I had to have side tables so you can have a place for your plate and a beverage. and I must say those side tables (picnic butler) get a lot of use. Every BBQ I have, it's the favorite place to eat. I originally made this for my...
  17. Porch Swing bird feeder

    This project comes directly from a Steve Ramsey video I watched on YouTube. Instead of pallet wood I went with an old chunk of Redwood 2×2 we had sitting around the shop. All cuts were done on the band saw since I'm still learning how to use the table saw. My father had the great idea of using...
  18. Carved Box

    This box is Old Growth California Redwood with Bocte hinges, Maple splines and Walnut bottom. The dished Fleur di Leis was carved on my CarveWright machine. 3 coats of Wipe on Poly. I still have to trim the brass pins on the hinges.
  19. DIY End Grain Squatty Potty (Two2x4Challenge)

    Everybody poops. And, as a part of the Modern Maker Podcast Two2×4Challenge, I built a DIY End Grain Squatty Potty using only two 2×4 pieces of Redwood, Construction Adhesive, and an oxidizing solution. Video is here: Hope you like!
  20. Adirondack Chairs

    I made these in 1992 with a skilsaw, drill and belt sander combining the elements I liked from several different designs. They have survived lots of use for more than 20 years in our mild So. California climate just fine. Redwood with an outdoor redwood stain reapplied every 3 or 4 years.
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