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  1. Gun Cabinet Dream

    ========================================================== This project has been moved to the "Blogs". Please post all comments there. Thank you all. ========================================================== Woodworking is like nothing I have ever been interested in. There is something...
  2. Christmas cane

    This is a cane I made for a friend of mine who gave it to his dad for Christmas. I was a little nervous… I wasn't sure if he would like the style. But it turned out to be a hit. From the handle down: Mahodany, Oak, PurpleHeart, Oak, Walnut, Maple, Walnut, Oak, Mahodany, Oak, Walnut and Oak for...
  3. Myrtle Bowl

    Got some wood from my Uncle. The deal was, a bunch of wood for a turned project. I think it turned out alright nice lidded bowl.
  4. Live Edge Bartop - Sofa Bar

    This was a custom project for a home theater. The owner wanted a custom bartop that would sit behind a large couch which was directly in front of their home theater screen. We settled on a design that would allow bar stools to sit under the bartop at a normal bartop height of 43". The bartop is...
  5. Clock Frame

    This one was a short blog entry. I expected that I would take more pictures along the way but I got wrapped up in this and never stopped. The frame was made from a segmented 2×6 piece of poplar. I had a challenge getting the final joints just right. I was sanding them with sandpaper adhered...
  6. Mesquite, a lot of it.

    Here are a couple of logs I cut the other day. Yes the background is desert, all 107 degrees of it. But don't worry, I finally put up a canopy for shade. The first slabs are roughly 38" wide at their widest point and 2" thick. The other log is around 10 feet. Only about 450 logs to go...
  7. Live Edge Walnut Slab Desk

    Hey Guys, I have been working out of that closet for a while now, and it was time to build myself a big boy desk, and I had to "do it big" as they say/ So I grabbed a GIANT American Black Walnut slab and well…waited. I knew I wanted a giant dovetail waterfall side, sort of inspired by Jimmy...
  8. Reclaimed Pine Sofa Table

    Pine Table made from very old pine lumber from an old damaged table and a very old house. Finish is Minwax Ipswich Pine stain followed by dilute shellac sealer, dilute coats of polyurethane and finishing wax.
  9. Large Mantel from Walnut Slabs

    This was my first commissioned project for anyone who wasn't a personal friend; although he was referred by a friend. The guy runs a tree service and had put back a bunch of walnut slabs that had been drying for over a year. He wanted "the largest fireplace mantel I can get" made out of them...
  10. slate coasters for home owner

    Friend in Key West was given these coasters as a thank you for a visit. 4" square slate with a wire stand. The name is the house name, the eagle has to do with location. Laser engraved on my Ortur Master Engraver 2. Key fobs were added as a second. The font was Berkshire Swash.
  11. milling an oak

    this oak was tough as nails, maybe it didnt help that it was frozen? the base was all rotted in the center,near house! friend had to take it down, i cut off cookies till i stopped seeing rot. there was only 10' or so left by then. 1×1 stickers on an oak base made from big old pallet. look ok? i...
  12. Garden Cottage.. Guest house

    This is a little garden cottage I built for a friend in his backyard….
  13. Custom Folding Knife: Stainless Steel Blade, Zebra Wood Handles, Curly Abalone and Synthetic Ivory

    This knife has been "SOLD" , but I can make another for you. For Other knives, go to my "Etsy.com shop inventory by clicking here - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I started this knife on a rush order, only to find out that the customer...
  14. Christmas Hearts

    My helper and I were trying to decide what he could build for his Mom, and after some discussion we decided on a nice bandsaw box, something simple that he could do (he's 13 and a very hardworker) Each of the 3 is different in one way or another. The first box was drawn and then cut out by my...
  15. Blanket Chest

    My second woodworking project and my first attempt at mortise and tenon joints. They make it look so easy on TV. The chest has 20 mortise and tenon joints. To complete these I cut 22 mortises and 40 tenons. Persistence paid off and I am pleased with the results.
  16. Broken Arrow

    It's been a little over a years since my last posting. This is my winter project and I hope you enjoy it. The piece is called "Broken Arrow". The feature ring design comes from a Navaho war blanket pattern that I saw in a little Native American shop in Scottsdale AZ. I added the "broken...
  17. Another variation on FLW Lamp

    i. changes to top cornice 2. View of fluorescent candelabra bulb and base structure Oak sides and scrap wood base 3. Lit lamp.
  18. Teak Coffee Tables

    These two tables have stood the test of time. A friend & I made them over 30 years ago (that gives my age away some). The are solid teak sides & legs with a particle board bed and tiled top. The grout was a two pack epoxy mix that has lasted really well. The joints are dowelled and the glue was...
  19. Blue Collar Bread Board

    Don't know about you, but, this is how us blue collar crusty carpenters like makin bread boards. . . Yes sir, you can use it. ... go ahead, slice somethin on it. . . You won't find no mortised handmade miters, baltic bamboo butterflies or a slidin sassafrass slip fit. No swirlin CNC...
  20. Oak Breakfast Table with Walnut Inlays

    This is a small breakfast table that I started while taking a 6 day course with Jeff Lohr. Since that time it has received 3 coats of Original Waterlox and a single coat of Minwax wipe-on poly. Both were applied with lint-free paper towels, and wiped down after 10 minutes. I may still wax the...
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