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  1. Projects Mahogany Shaker Side Table

    This project was something I started after finding a local Sash and Door Shop getting rid of a lot of kiln-dried mahogany cut-offs. So I picked up a truckload of cut offs and ventured down the road of making my first Mahogany project. There were a lot of "firsts" for me in this project. First...
  2. Boxguy Goes Sappy

    Thanks for looking at this posting. Thanks especially to those of you who take time to comment, ask questions, or just say hello. I will respond to those who do, so check back for feedback. This is a short video Ken and I made. It is all about making and installing corner splines. Check it...
  3. Mystery Box

    This project was made at the request of my son and future daughter-in-law for their wedding reception. It was made to receive cards and notes from guests. I built it as a "mystery box" that looks like it has no way of being opened. It makes use of what is known as a "shaker latch" of the type...
  4. A Mission Statement Studio, handmade tile, bought on eBay framed in arts and crafts style QSWO frame

    A Mission Statement Studio handmade tile link to website This one is for sale. Send me an email. ... Arts and Crafts Style Pagoda frame, Quarter sawn White Oak,with Honduran mahogany corbels, aniline dye, mahogany stain and seedlac shellac ... allot of great deals on ebay for studio and...
  5. Shaker Media Cabinet

    This cabinet was a long time in the making. It is over 7 feet tall and 50 inches wide. It is solid wild Virginia cherry procured from Appomattax, VA via Craigslist. It has a six panel solid back with mortise and tenon rails and stiles. It has two sliding dovetail shelves and a sub top that has...
  6. pie safe

    My pastor gave me a bunch of wood from his grandmothers porch witch had old green paint on it. When I first saw it I thought to myself "that would make a nice pie safe" the parts that were cut-to fit (bare wood) were applied with paint I mixed that I had sitting around the shop. Came out pretty...
  7. Night stand

    Night stand made from cherry did a dado and rabbit joint for the case joinery and biscuit joined the top hop my post worked I'm new to woodworking a d would like to hear feed back from the vets that's helpful always a pleasure to talk to pros and learn 3 parts base and cabinet used a kreg joiner...
  8. Last minute easy gift: Step Stools

    I build a lot of step stools benches, stools, and shelves are easy builds and great gifts for the family. These take about 3 hours each to make after the wood is milled and ripped. I have one in the garage, and one in the house. I've found that freinds with high sitting pick up trucks really...
  9. Leaning Clothes Tree

    This is the first project out of my new shop in Portland, OR. I wanted something other than the usual clothes tree, and came up with this design. So far it's working quite well. The 'footprint' is only 16×16, and it is not attached to the wall in any way. Useful when you live in an...
  10. Gun display chest

    Okay first thing is this is a display chest, it's not made for locking up the guns. The reason why I say this is every time I build a chest or cabinet that involves gun storage there is always some one who try's to lecture me about gun safety. These are items I build for my customers with there...
  11. Ambrosia Maple & Cherry Bed Side Tables

    Over the summer I built a cherry and maple bed frame, the next item on the list was a pair of matching bedside tables, next is a dresser. I wanted to give the tables and dressers some flair so I decided to use Ambrosia Maple for the tops and straight maple veneer on the drawer fronts. I wanted...
  12. Shaker Pedestal Table (Version 0.5)

    This cherry Shaker pedestal table offered me a few new skills to practice. This is the first piece of furniture I have made that incorporates a spindle made on my recently acquired lathe. The hand-cut sliding dovetails attaching the legs to the pedestal are also a first for me. I'm happy with...
  13. Shaker end table

    This was a set of Shaker end tables I made for friends and family this Christmas. I used the popular wood working plans that can be found here http://www.popularwoodworking.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/HiRes-SEPT2004-Seg2.pdf I did not dovetail the drawer. I am just not there yet. The rest...
  14. Chest of Drawers (2010)

    This was my first attempt at making a large piece of furniture. I used select pine because there was a lot of new things for me to try, and I didn't want to ruin a bunch of expensive hardwood. As it turned out I didn't ruin much of anything, so go figure. This was my first large scale use of...
  15. Myrtle Anniversary Shaker Table

    As a gift for my wife for our fifth wedding anniversary I've been slowly working on a Shaker inspired dining table. Although it needs a final wax the table has already found its way into our home. (7 months after our anniversary…) (Thankfully I've upgraded the dust extraction since then…)...
  16. Haunted Forest Tiles in porcelain framed in Quartersawn White Oak

    Titled: Another look into my Haunted Forest landscape in green Tiles are made from stoneware porcelain, fired to 2345 degrees Hunter green glaze recipe came from Laura Reutter, Founder of Ravenstone Tilesworks in Seattle All my tiles start as mahogany relief woodcarvings,then … made into...
  17. Concealment entry table

    I made an entry table for a customer who also wanted an added twist to the piece. A place to hide things, we have made a couple of these in the past, but was really happy with how this one came out. It's made of eastern red cedar and is 30" long X 30" tall X 15" deep. I am working on new ways...
  18. bread board tressle table

    this cedar tressle table was made from the decking of my inlaws back portch. they renovated and i collected the trash. i made this table for some close friends whom had just purchased their first house. it was made 3/4 size to serve as an outdoor bbq-prep/serving table for their patio. they...
  19. Solid Red Oak Coffee Table

    Most of the time I build with rough sawn pine just because I like it and I have a local saw mill and its dirt cheap. This time I went with a hardwood Red Oak. This stuff was rough sawn as well but it gave me a chance to use my new surface planer that I just got at the New Jersey Woodworking...
  20. cabinet in master bath done!

    This is the smallest bathroom cabinet in the house. This is one of the few completely done. All cabinets in the house are made of Hard Maple. The sink I bought at Lowes. It came with a cheap cabinet that I tossed. The hardest part about this style cabinet with the flush doors is, to keep it all...
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