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  1. Friction Fit Wooden Jewellery Box

    In this video I will be making this beautiful Jewellery Box, designed for some Cuff Links. This is a simple build and can be made very easily with limited tools! It contains Mitre joints and a cushioned bottom to protect the Jewellery. Please see the full video build on my YouTube channel to see...
  2. Rosewood Ring with Braided Maple Inlay

    This was not a commissioned ring, but one I decided to try for fun. The base of the ring is rosewood, with a channel cut out in the center for the inlay. Each of the three maple strands were carefully cut to around .5mm and soaked in water before braiding. I learned a couple things in doing...
  3. More bentwood rings

    I'm new to lumberjocks but have been woodworking for many years. Here are some rainy day rings I made.
  4. College Wood Projects

    This started with an order to make 2 rings out of some wood from trees removed from Michigan State University. The customer could get oak, pine or sycamore and I chose the sycamore for her project. There was to be one plain ring for her husband and one for her with a green inlay ( MSU color)...
  5. Carnival Game II

    Another carnival game for a local school. Made from 3/4 pine. 24" x 24". Front is 3", back is 9". Peg supports are 1.5" wide. Pegs are 3.5" tall and 1/2" D. They are handles from used up foam brushes. (never throw wood away) They are spaced 4" on center. The rings are 1/4" rope with heat...
  6. Maple rings with walnut center.

    I don't know why I made these today, I'd meant to get around to them sooner or later. I guess subconsciously I knew it was my parents anniversary, wonder if that's why I made a "his and hers" set. Sure, I had glued up enough wood for two rings made from this "sandwich" of walnut between two...
  7. Oak Lined Leadwood Ring

    This is a wearable wooden ring made from a solid piece of Leadwood lined with Oak. The tricky thing with these rings is getting them the right size. My method is to wrap the thin strip of lining around a stepped ring mandrel and measure that diameter with calipers. I then bore out (using the...
  8. Ring. From corian (acrylic stone) and Walnut root wood

    Olive green corian ring with brown wood line Materials: Corian (acrylic stone) and Walnut root wood
  9. Acrylic stone rings with vavona burl

    Materials: Corian (acrylic stone) and vavona burl
  10. another fancy chef knife

    Again, not a ton of wood in this project but I wanted to show it to my wood friends here. I recently finished this pattern-welded integral bolster chef knife. I started with 8 layers of 1080 and 15n20 steel, forge welded them together, twisted the whole mess as much as I could, then forged to...
  11. Whistle and Rings

    We were given a piece of hollow African Blackwood, at our wood turning guild , and a challenge for next month to see what we could make out of it. It was a little over 1" in diameter and about 9" long. I drilled it out to 5/8 and glued in a dowel and made a whistle out of it for my great...
  12. Bentwood Rings

    Here's an assortment of bentwood rings I've made recently. - Walnut lined with birch - Mahogany - Red Oak - Bubinga - Rosewood - Tropical Olivewood These are finished with several coats of Arm-R-Seal and buffed with Black Bison. (Except for the last two, which have a natural oil finish applied.)
  13. Wooden Rings

    Here are a few new rings I've made recently. I am trying to make my own designs and so far I have a few that I really like. The first is my World Ring, featuring 17 different kinds of wood. The second is a shaped ring made out of a small Maple burl a friend gave me from a branch on one of his...
  14. Turned Baby Rattle with Captive Rings

    Here's a little project that actually took two tries. I met a good friend in Florida that just had a new baby. I wanted to make something for the happy couple so I thought of a rattle. After searching around, I found a clever way to make a rattle on a lathe. First I bought a captive ring tool...
  15. A bit more "BLING" to spice things up a bit! Glass Inlay on Rosewood Bentwood Ring

    This is my attempt to make a bentwood ring that caters more to those who want a bit more bling on their ring. The wider glass inlay reflects light brilliantly and feels like a super hero ring when outside in the sun. :) Hope you guys and gals like it and as always, I welcome any ideas and/or...
  16. Macassar Ebony Bentwood Ring

    I am new to this wonderful wood loving community at LumberJocks and hope you all enjoy some of my recent bentwood ring projects I plan to post in my projects. This Macassar Ebony wood ring was crafted using the bentwood method with a very thin copper inlay. I created this specifically for men...
  17. Teak wood ring with gold embossing powder inlay

    That embossing powder was tricky to work with. Add a pinch of CA and it starts rolling around like mercury! Came out pretty nice in the end, though.
  18. Genuine Nevada Sagebrush Casting - Pens, Rings, even Bangles

    Locally Sourced Random Materials Because I am a local Nevadan and a woodworker, I have wanted to create a product that embodies Nevada for some time. Taking it one step further, my goal was to utilize something that is so blatantly ubiquitous that it smacks you in the face, but I wanted it...
  19. Four Wooden Rings

    At last Saturday's craft show I received order for 2 rings….one is a size 5 1/4 African Blackwood ring and the other is a size 12 walnut ring with turquoise inlay. I made two of each in case I scrapped one out. Actually I made 3 of the blackwood rings and one did blow up on the mandrel. They...
  20. Five Rings

    I received an order for some rings from the last craft show and I finally got the material to make them. There are 3 size 13 rings and 2 size 5 rings. The ones on the left are deep nocturne black corian. the center one is Osage orange and the two on the right are deep black quartz corian. All...
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