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  1. 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...
  2. Ten Commandments chip carving

    In March I decided that I would chip carve the 10 commandments in a wooden scroll for this years large carving. It's been a long drawn out journey but I finally completed it just in time for the first woodcarving show. This is all 8/4 basswood glued together to make the 28" wide x 36" tall...
  3. A LimberJill project

    Here's my latest project (practice run). What better use of woodworking skills than to create purse handles?! I have been trying to come up with a plan that uses wood and leather. Last week the idea started to form and, without a real vision in mind, I just started making it happen. Process...
  4. Texas Pendants - Gorilla Glue finish

    Mesquite, 1/8" thick, 1" tall by 1" wide. Gorilla polyurethane glue finish buffed with steel wool. Made my daughter a Texas necklace pendant a couple years ago which she wore a lot but unfortunately lost. Preparing for a vacation she asked for a replacement so she could show her state loyalty...
  5. The Purse of Frustration

    I've written about the frustration in my blog here are the photos (the series is also available at Picassa )
  6. 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...
  7. Star Bright...

    (see blog for details) Wood: poplar Finish: wipe-on poly
  8. 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...
  9. New from My Shop

    Another batch of monikers has found happy new homes. The first is Yellowheart with a Purpleheart musical note. Following that, in order, Cocobolo, Purpleheart, Madrone, Cherry and lastly, a Paduak MiniTag. Done on an old Sears bandsaw with an 1/8" blade. These are fun to do and everyone loves...
  10. Covered Bridge

    Hi ,this is a project I did in 2006, It is one of my personal photos(I enjoy taking my own photo and designing them into patterns). Designing this pattern was fun because of all the trees and how I was going to make my cuts. I made it one cut on the trees to the right (first challenge)the...
  11. Moose Puzzle

    This is an older project that I just got around to posting. I made four of these for Mother's day earlier this year and since I gave them away as gifts I will be taking pictures of them and posting as I visit their homes again. They are all different. The first is a moose (the most elaborate)...
  12. Medallion Ornaments

    These are a couple of Christmas ornaments that I built made over the last couple weeks. The first four pictures show an ornament I built for youtuber Peter Brown and entered into the Christmas Ornament Challenge hosted by youtubers Alan Stratton and Carl Jacobson. I made these from wlalnut and...
  13. Bathroom Accessory

    I build this for our bathroom, yesterday. It all came out of my scrap pile, I love to recycle. We needed a toilet paper holder and this is a two roll holder and adding the magazine slot was my wife's idea and a darn good one at that just goes to show you two heads are better than one when it...
  14. First Scroll Saw Project: Demon Light Box

    My first scroll saw project since shop class 35 years ago. About 25% the way through this project I was kicking myself. What was I thinking doing something with all these inside cuts for my first try at scrolling? Argh! It paid off though as I am happy with the project and my daughter...
  15. Love thru the years

    Hey woodworkers, Every anniversary, I make something for my wife, Diane. This november 18th is our 36th year. Here are 6 gifts, not in chronological order. I already posted this project that I made for our 36th… http://lumberjocks.com/projects/91160 I gave it to Diane a month early, so I had to...
  16. The Puzzle

    "There she blows, maties". Yes, the puzzle is finished and getting ready to head across the country to my Grand-daughter. I glued a piece of pine on the bottom. The pine is a smaller width than the walnut that I used so it creates a perfect little lip for fingers to grab hold of for moving the...
  17. Stalking Leopard

    Stalking Leopard is a pattern done by Seyit. It is a free pattern at Scroll Saw Village. I cut it in Baltic Birch. This is just off the saw, haven't applied finish or framed it yet. I figure it took me about 15 hours of scrolling.
  18. Mama's yarn box

    Mom wanted me to make her a yarn box (http://www.etsy.com/listing/85088756/curley-maple-yarn-box). This is what I came up with. It's 100% maple. This is my first project using dovetails. I cut them by hand so there are a fair amount of gaps. For a first dovetail project, I don't think it...
  19. Wooden iPad Stand, Wood

    This ipad stand is made from red oak and finished with two coats of Danish Oil.It measures 9" long x 3"wide. It will also hold your ipad mini, Kindle or cell phone.
  20. A Little Box

    I know that the joints aren't close but I decided to post this first attempt anyway just so I could look back at it to see how far I have progressed (a hopeful, optimistic view that I will indeed improve my joinery skill!!) Front and back are willow Sides and bottom are oak (leftover piece of...
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