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  1. Tiger Maple Desk

    Desk made for my Daughter. She plays the violin in High school and I tried to sugest a violin by using the fiddle back maple. The lumber came from a fundraising auction at Jeffry Lohr woodworking. It is all 4/4 so I had to laminate the legs and feet. The effect is pretty cool. Top is 48×26 and...
  2. Bubinga and Wenge Humidor

    My father is a cigar smoker and was talking about buying a humidor so he could start purchasing his favorite cigars by the box full. Of course I couldn't resist the urge and told him not to buy one and that I would build him one instead. This is my first humidor; first box for that matter and I...
  3. Cherry Nightstands

    Built 2002 - 2006 This pair of nightstands was taken from Woodsmith Magazine #76, however I modified it for hight since the original was only 22" tall! I started the project while living at a house that had a double-car garage for my workshop (ah, nice to be spread out), but then I moved...
  4. Barnwood Entertainment Center

    Entertainment center constructed of barn wood - fir I believe - obtained from a Montana neighbor of ours who has a number of very old barns on their property. The center panel is rusty corrugated steel from the same neighbor. Side panels are hand cut mortise-and-tenon but I also used simpler...
  5. Santa with a Train

    This little Santa is about 5 inches tall and is holding a toy train for some lucky child. Carved from basswood, painted with acrylics. Claude
  6. Redwood Burl and Walnut Hall Table

    Redwood Burl and Walnut. Some malachite fill here and there.
  7. Cradle for my niece...when she gets here

    Tonight is delivery night…of the cradle that is. My sister-in-law is about to pop and bring another bundle of joy into the world sometime between now and the end of the month. I saw this cradle in Wood Magazine a year or two ago and have been waiting for the right opportunity to build it. I...
  8. Stickley Dining Table no. 622 Reproduction

    Made from Quartersawn White Oak. Hand Cut Mortises, Doweled and Keyed Tenons, Legs feature Quartersawn Oak on all four sides via the magic of Veneer. Finish All applied by hand. Base: Ammonia Fuming, 3 Coats Amber Shellac, Howards Walnut Wax Top: Ammonia Fuming, 3 Coats De-Waxed Shellac, 3...
  9. Heart for my sweetie

    This is a heart-shaped box I made for my sweetie for Valentine's Day over three weekends and a few evenings. I started cutting out the top and bottom from a piece of cherry I had resawn and planed smooth, and which had cracked, so I wasn't able to use it for anything larger. The sides were a...
  10. Desktop Bookcase for work

    I needed a book case at work. Looked through many catalogs of office furniture, didn't see any that I liked. They all kind of had that dreary look to them (those that work in a cubicle might understand what I'm trying to say). I needed something that would fit on my desk and fit all the books...
  11. Elegant Birdcage Ornaments

    I recently finished designing these delicate ornaments for the scroll saw. They are cut from 3/16" maple hard wood and the birds are overlay pieces of 1/8" walnut and ebony. There are eight total in the set. I used an Olson 2/0 regular reverse tooth scroll saw blade to cut the fine details of...
  12. Jet JWSS-10LFR Super Saw Sled

    I have a Jet Super Saw with a sliding table. It comes with a miter gauge, but never really liked using it. So I built a cut off sled and attached it to the sliding table and I am very happy with the results.
  13. Walnut Table...Rust-egant?? Ele-rustic??

    This is a table I came up with when a buddy gave me some end-grain slabs of black walnut from a downed tree on his property. The only thing I could think to do with them was use them for table tops. This table uses the first of two pieces I received. The belt sander didn't work too well (even...
  14. Kreg Jig Mounting Board

    Upgrade from my old setup for my Kreg Jig. The last one (picture 6) was thrown together with scraps. This version is made from MDF as the base and pine for the extensions. Everything was given 2 coats of shellac and topped with a coat of paste wax. This combo has become my go to for shop fixture...
  15. Mallet for My Daughter

    This is a mallet I made for my daughter, it is made from oak and a piece of blockboard for a little contrast. I consider this my best mallet to date. I finished it with boiled linseed oil and then added a topcoat or two of 50/50 clear Shellac and denatured alcohol. The handle shape is a little...
  16. The Tool Tills

    I have finally completed my toolbox with the addition of the tool tills. The two tills that are simply boxes were really straight forward even though I did manage to layout and cut the tails on the first one I made on the ends instead of the sides. The saw till on the other hand took a little...
  17. Towel Hooks

    Hi All, Wow…it has been a long time. Here is a towel hook project that is going in my Mother's bathroom. The wood is Beech, stained to match existing woodwork, finished with shellac and poly. I discovered that it is not that easy to find a vertical reference line on a hand-shaped oval! The...
  18. birdseye and walnut turkey call

    Poverty is the mother of invention. Turkey season is here in Vt., so I made a box call. Mostly, to see if i could make a turkey call, as opposed to another kind of noise maker, which, would be turkey repellent. Is can proudly say, that the contraption you see before you, is most certainly a...
  19. Spice Rack of Mahogany/Maple

    Spice rack for my wife for Christmas. The "C" on the top was a very new experience. Cut with a jigsaw/coping saw. Lumber: Frame is mahogany. Back panel is ship-lapped maple. Joinery: biscuits for the shelves, mortise and tenon for the rails. Finish: BLO + sprayed clear-coat shellac Thanks...
  20. Maple Trestle Dining Table

    Just finished a huge 4-month long trestle table build. All 8/4 hard maple, it's 9'x3' with seating for 10. Finished with dyed shellac and arm-r-seal. The client asked for "bombproof," well they definitely got it with this! She's a beast of a table for sure, with the top/legs weighing in at...
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