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  1. Jack

    This is a piece of turned hack berry measuring 3.5" tall by 7" wide. It is finished with a two-tone RIT dye, tangerine and yellow with final coats of spray lacquer and then buffed with 0000 steel wool and briwax. All comments welcome.
  2. one more world war 2 rifle refinish

    here is another rifle stock refinish that I have done for some one. it was made in the 1940s and used by the Russians in world war 2. This rifle was checked to make sure it had no collectors value so I did not ruin any thing worth a ton of money. As you can see in the last pic when the rifle...
  3. Carved White Oak Sign

    I created this sign as a birthday gift for a good friend. The finish on this sign is what one would call a "Happy Mistake", and it's the main reason I've decided to post this project. The carving was done via CNC Router and was pretty straight-forward - design on the computer, align the piece...
  4. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Tools explained indoor addition. 1.The common butter knife is the indoor screw driver. Designed to almost get the screw out until you give up and go to the garage to get the right screw driver. It almost works on both Phillips and flat bladed screws. 2.The kitchen chair is the indoor handy man's...
  5. Blogs
    Constructing the Carved Tree Trunk Base Get your own valid XHTML YouTube embed code I am having a lot of trouble getting the video to look right in this blog! It looks wrong here and if you click full screen it looks even worse! If you REALLY want to watch it then it is best to click...
  6. Woodworking Skill Share
    I've posted some links here to some great finishing recipes from some of the Jocks on this site. I think I'm missing a lot, and I'm looking for more input from those that I've left out. I'm looking for some of your finishing recipes that you all use. It would be nice to compile one topic with...
  7. Marketplace Classifieds
    I've got some walnut and other slabs and boards that might be good candidates for resawing/bookmatching. Does anyone on LJ offer those services in the MSP area (and at what charge), or can anyone recommend a person/company that offers resawing services? Thanks!
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