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  1. Shed Doors (Barn Style)

    I have been posting (albeit intermittently), about the re-construction of a 12×20 shed in my backyard here in Columbia, SC. I shopped around for barn door hardware but could not locate any that I liked, or that seemed robust enough for these heavy doors, for under $250-$300. I made a temporary...
  2. 8x12 Shed

    So couple years ago I built this 12×8 shed when the bikes and mowers and shovels and rakes had taken over the garage and there wasn't any room for TOOLS! much less CARS! It was the first construction project from foundation to shingles for me. I had done interior work adding a bedroom and...
  3. Storage Shed

    We ran out of space in the yard and as any keen observer will see from the pictures, I started when it was warm and sunny and finished when it was snowing ;) The Shed is built on a 12'x16' platform on piers. My yard is not even close to level and this seemed more reasonable than bringing in a...
  4. Building a shed under a deck

    Finally shot a video of my shed under my deck….
  5. Old School Shed from reclaimed lumber

    While a shed may not be what most have in mind when they think project, I'm still trying to learn basic concepts and figured this would a valuable learning oppurtunity for me. I got to use my joiner for the first real project (doors) and I hand planed and chiseled quite a few edges around the...
  6. my first workshop, the dojo

    my first post… be kind :) after 3 months of lots of sweat and a little blood (but no tears) my first workshop is open for experimentation. and i am super excited about it. i hope you enjoy viewing this and let me know where i went wrong (for my next one). it is 16×20. as you can tell by the...
  7. Custom Steak Knives: Stainless Steel Damascus Blades; Elk Antler, Scrimshaw, Rustic Display Box

    This set of Steak Knives was a commissioned project, so it has been sold. If you would like something similar, please email me at: [email protected] Here are other Knife Sets I've built: - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Other Knives? I have Hunting...
  8. The last project of 2013, and the First project of 2014!

    A few days before new years eve the door on my snowblower shed finally broke. Now I know what you're thinking "A shed just for a snow blower? Tha'ts just crazy… brilliant, but crazy!". At my old house I could drive the snowblower out of my garden shed door up to the driveway, but when we...
  9. Little Shed Addition

    I have two little lawn tractors and I needed a spot for one of them so I built this little addition in my shop. After I built it I disassembled it and reassembled in the back yard and attached it to my shed. The roof had to have a pitch and the steering wheel had to clear the door. I had just...
  10. Shed For My In-Laws

    I designed & built this shed for my in-laws in 2007.
  11. A Christmas Manger Shed

    I was asked by a neighbor to make a little rough style shed that she could put her manger items around for her home at Christmas. I was looking for some pallet wood wasn't able to find any so i looked in the workshop and I only found a couple of little pieces. And then I found my red cedar...
  12. Outside Dust Collector Shed

    Recently built an outside shed for the dust collector. In addition to opening up some valuable shop space, it's a lot quieter and cleaner. The overhead sch 40 PVC duct was previously installed in the shop, and it was only necessary to turn around some tees to reverse the direction of flow. There...
  13. A "Moses" Wood Spirit Carved Walnut Folk-Art Walking Cane with Deer Antler & Turquoise Handle

    ------------------------------ This cane has been "SOLD" and resides in Clements, Kansas USA Welcome Surfers: If you are surfing looking for a special walking cane on the internet, go toward the bottom of this posting where you'll find a list of canes that I have built that are ready to ship...
  14. Shed Build: Family Handyman 2013 Dream Shed Plans

    I have been enjoying others projects on this site for a long time and figured I should show a few of the things I have been busy on as well. I had been wanting to build a shed for a few years, but I couldn't decide on the specific design. Fortunately I stumbled upon familyhandyman magazine's...
  15. Storage Shed/Barn

    I suppose this isn't really a "woodworking" project in the strictest sense of the word, but it's a project… made (mostly) of wood… Besides, it meets the primary definition of "woodworking project": something you spend far too much time and money designing and building yourself out of wood...
  16. Arizona shed

    Why does this site turn your pictures on their side?..... Building of 8×10 shed at our RV park in Arizona. Left side is my woodworking and tool area, the right side is my sewing area, the back is large storage and a clothing rod closet. It's open in the middle for our bikes. The shed is a...
  17. Custom Cedar Doors

    Hey Guys, I finished these custom cedar doors for my new shed a few weeks ago and wanted to share. I tried something new and used clear penetrating epoxy sealer (CPES) for the doors and as you can tell they came out great. I highly recommend them for outdoor projects. Only time will tell if it...
  18. 12x20 Gambrel roof shed/barn/KILN

    This is my new 12×20 barn with drying kiln. The set of dbl doors will serve as my mower/yard tool/ saws storage. The other single door will be the 6×12 kiln. This has been years in the making and im finally getting close to drying my own lumber. I still have to add my interior wall to...
  19. Shed Shelving

    We needed more storage space in our backyard shed, the boxes and totes were piling up on each other and starting to do damage from the weight. I got this idea on the internet and decided to try it out. It went super well and the shelves are very strong, we topped each shelf with some scrap...
  20. Timber Frame Style Woodshed

    Earlier in the summer I finished a new timber frame style woodshed beside our house. I say "timber frame style" because I use metal fasteners and it is not built using pure timber frame techniques. But, there's some simple joinery and I'm very happy how it turned out. I used wood that was milled...
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