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  1. Projects Embroidery frame (large)

    One of our friends is really into embroidery. She has taken classes all over the place, gotten certifications from international guilds, and all that fancy stuff. For larger-scale projects, she has acquired a couple of oak embroidery frames. These are great, but it turns out they are not big...
  2. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hey all. I've got a Craftsman 113.298 that I picked up for free off craigslist recently (really lucky find). Couldn't really give it a once over when picking it up since it was out on the curb and I wanted to snag it before wasting a trip a few towns over. Got it home and it's got a bit of rust...
  3. Projects iPad Stands

    This is a project that combines two projects I saw on Scrollsaw Workshop. One was the tablet stand, and the other was a box lid with inlaid colored clay. This is the result. I resawed the main piece, and cut the pattern in the front section. Glued the front and back together, and then...
  4. Underwater World

    Hello all, it's been awhile since I posted a project because of my broken hand and then playing catch up to get some projects done. This one took AWHILE to finish because it was 341 pieces and a lot of them where very small. I spent a lot of time down on my hands and knees looking for a piece...
  5. Knock-down saw bench

    I have no shop, and no space for something as large as a normal saw bench. So I've taken on the challenge of building a knock-down saw bench that is still stable and not too much of a pain to set up. It's much more comfy (and useful) than my Workmate for such things. It might even be more...
  6. Lazy Susan with Inlay

    I had wanted to try my hand at doing simple inlay, and had a few pieces of 4/4 walnut lying around that I thought would be a good candidate for the experiment. Also, we had a need for a place to put serving dishes, hot things, and salt & pepper sets, etc, on the kitchen table I finished this...
  7. Plywood Palomino

    OK, I promise that this might be the last chevalet I post. :-) I just finished a new chevalet for the school so that students could test drive one of the CNC kits. This one is not veneered and proudly shows off its plywood (veneer) heritage. I'm impressed and a little surprised by the...
  8. Bow Saw

    Today, I needed a Bow Saw and could only find some that have a flimsy design, but I did find replacement blades and decided to make one. It only took around 1 hour using some left over Pine and it is much stronger than what I expected. Very pleased with it :)
  9. Kerfing plane.

    Hello to all, this is the first kerfing plane that I made, it is inspired on theTom Fidgen´s one but with some diffrences. It is made with some beech that I had around and with a piece of an old saw. The saw is filled at 7 ppi. It works very well and accurate. I did not like the screws that hold...
  10. Handle for Japanese Pull Saw Blade

    A while ago, I ordered my first Japanese Dozuki Saw to realise I had bought a replacement blade only. Today, I took a piece of scrap Oak and made a simple handle to suit my hand. I cut a 2cm section of Galvanised Sheet Steel that I folded to form a spine and fitted it to the blade. I roughly...
  11. Table Saw Router Extension

    Since I have a small shop, I had to optimize my space and take advantage of the Biesemeyer fence's accuracy and make it do double duty. My girlfriend's dad helped me route out the plate recess in his big shop. It was quite the bonding experience. We made a template so that I can make...
  12. Snow is falling...build a sled!

    It's snow so much here in Erie, PA that I figured I needed a new sled. A new crosscut sled, that is! Here it is…look familiar? Yep, another take from "Woodworks". At first I built it just to have one that looks like David Marks' sled, but it's actually very functional! The changing height...
  13. Poplar Ring Finished With CA

    I wouldn't have known this was Poplar wood unless the tag from Home Depot was labeled as such. I am pretty ignorant to the different wood types by sight, but this was a cool looking greenish grey colored grain. I bought just a two foot by 3 inch length of it because I knew I was going to make...
  14. 1945 Dunlop Bench Saw With Mahogony/Cherry Base

    My grandfathers old saw i dug out of the basement and reconditioned. Its origional base was a few old stair spindles for legs and a thin piece of ply, not much to it. I made a mortise and tenon cherry base with a mahogany top. Finished with boiled linseed oil. Also made a shroud for the belt...
  15. New and Improved Shop Dust Pan

    Well, I had to improve my shop dust pan design and add a woodworking theme to it. What else but a hand saw? and a rip saw to boot. Check my previous project for more detail.
  16. I posted these before, but thought they were worth another look

    My first project on the scrowl saw and nearly first on a lathe. The Virgin Mary and Baby Jesus and a drinking mug.
  17. Plywood Ring Made From Subflooring

    I have a bunch of scraps left over from my rocking bench project, and I decided to make a ring out of it. This stuff is on inch and an eighth subflooring plywood, so I had to cut it down to it's current width so it wouldn't be too thick. It's finished in CA, with no stain. I like these and I...
  18. Another Crown Gents Saw Re-Handle.....

    This has been on the back burner for a while. Last spring I replaced the gents handle on an 8" Crown gents saw http://lumberjocks.com/projects/83969 and very soon after I wanted to do the same for a 10" saw. The 8" works great and is still a keeper but I wanted a slightly larger stroke when...
  19. Walnut Name Tags

    This is a new product I am developing. The letters are kind of abstract. I haven't worked out all the letters, shapes and combinations yet, but I am excited about it. These names are little bigger round than a No.2 Ticonderoga pencil. Pretty close to the blade work. I use my Model 93 scroll saw...
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