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  1. Cedar Planter box

    Cedar Planter Box I had some cedar off cuts that were given to me by a friend with a saw mill. The cedar came from a 50 year old telephone pole that had been pulled and replaced. I wanted to make planter boxes so I searched the site for other planter boxes that members had made. I found a...
  2. 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...
  3. Cedar Planter Box II

    Cedar Planter Box II I purchased an old cedar telephone pole and had a friend mill the pole into 8/4 and 4/4 slices on his mill. Then I went about making a number of cedar planters for both personal use and to sell. The planters are made from a 50 year old cedar telephone pole that was...
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