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  1. Ice Cream Scoop with Celtic Knot inlay, knurled and burned

    My first prototypes of this project went to relatives for Christmas gifts. I hadn't used the lathe in 15 or 20 years and started with some avocado "firewood". I kept refining techniques and learned to use glue liberally and patiently on the inlay. I used yellow heart and purple heart on this one...
  2. Custom Sewing table

    This sewing table was commissioned by a lady that knew exactly waht she wanted in a sewing table but was unable to locate it through retails sources. She wanted a table that was small enough to fit in the space she had but large enough to utilize that space well with a flip up extension that...
  3. Coffee Table for Mothers Day

    This is my submission for the Rockler Plywood Challenge hosted and judged by the guys at the Modern Maker Podcast. The challenge is to design and build a piece of furniture using a single piece of plywood. Other material can be added but the single sheet of plywood should remain the main...
  4. Shopmade “Rockler” style corner clamps

    Here is my version of the Rockler corner clamps. All shopmade out of scrap wood. I made a YouTube video on how to make these and I provide a free template so you can make your own. Here is a link to the video
  5. Plantation Shutters: charred basswood

    Here is my first attempt at plantation shutters. I went with the double split frames (top, lower, left, right) which might not of been the greatest decision as I should of went for a smaller easier window for first attempt. Luckily, this did not come out TOOOOO bad though errors here and there...
  6. Applewood crotch bowl

    After soaking it in Wood Juice for 2 days then using epoxy to fill the deep cracks it was finally ready for turning. Finished with just 2 layers of spit coat. Loved using my new EasyWood tools and Laguna lathe. Got another piece of the crotch to try and turn.
  7. Just another segmented bowl

    I have had this bowl started for at least 6 months, I had 3 rings made then set it aside where they were just collecting dust. So this week I decided to make a couple more rings to finish the glue-up. Got it all glued up and started turning this morning and finished it with 5 coats for...
  8. Glue Tool Holder Thing

    I picked up this silicone pad and some glue tools from Rockler a few months back and they have been such an amazing addition to my glueup workflow. Since getting them I've used them on every project I've made and don't see myself ever not using them so I wanted to make a little caddy type thing...
  9. Router Table and Fence | DIY build

    I got my hands on a router lift a while back and I've been wanting to make a router table for it ever since. I finally finished the build of this 36×24 inch table. It's top is melamine, laminated with 3/4 plywood to help keep it dead flat. I also made a custom fence using the same lamination...
  10. The Rockler Trivet Router Jig

    So as of late I have been playing around with the idea of selling and shipping products on my site, but in the past I was really hesitant because of the costs associated with shipping and trying to determine how much to charge for said projects. That was until I came across a show on YouTube...
  11. Endgrian cutting board

    - Made in high school woods class - Made with walnut and white birch - Used router for edges and handle - Mineral oil finish and 4 coats were put on
  12. My version of the Ultimate Router Table

    Hobbyist here. Wanted to post one of my first projects (after a very crude workbench for a darkroom, some shelves for the garage, and a couple of cutting boards) from about 4.5 years ago. I lurked here at LJ and other sites around the web and got a bunch of ideas and decided to try this out. I...
  13. TV Stand

    My freind, Sheldon, bought a new TV for the bedroom and wanted a simple stand so he could put the DVD player and cable box under it. It was made with poplar. I used a miter joint at the edges to hide the end grain. A little bit of stain and some polyurethane finish and there you have it...
  14. Walnut Bar Stools

    I wanted to build these to be able to fit into several decors, from a formal setting to a Western style…. So the design was kept simple. I did some texture work on the backs to lend a little visual interest. They are finished with a spar varnish, oil mix. I am looking for the right leather to...
  15. Custom Router Table

    Recently I have gotten into cabinetry and decorative box making with an emphasis on precision, so I decided that it was time to bench my PC dovetail jig, clamps, and all other devices I used to use for handheld routing, and build a table that would make certain tasks a lot easier, and other...
  16. Rockler, Critt, Meyer

    My brother built the downdraft table form Rockler plans. The plans call for the inserts Rockler sell for about $50 a pair and the table was designed to hold four of the inserts He also uses the old Critt/Meyer clamping system while sanding on the table. Some things he doesn't like about the...
  17. Flip Top Clamping Cart

    I'm working on a Flip Top Cart for Rockler that utilizes their T-Track top on one side and i'm making a jig for gluing up panels, cutting boards, doors on the other. How it works: Video More Info: Flip Top Clamping Cart How I made the Dados: Dados
  18. Dust Collection Cart

    So over the Christmas period I slowed down the project making in the shop and spent some time thinking about what my plans were for 2019 as far as the workshop was concerned. I have been recently buying a lot of hardwoods from a local lumber merchant and I am tired of spending tons of money on...
  19. Flip Top Clamping Cart Pt.2

    I just finished the Flip Top Clamping Cart for Rockler! I made a youtube video if you guys wanna check it ou! YouTube: Video How I made the Dados: Dados
  20. Yarn Winding Tool - Nostpinne

    This is my second successful turning. This one is made from a single piece of maple. I am making these for my wife's Etsy Online Shop, Rumplestiltskeins.
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