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  1. 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…)...
  2. Cherry Shaker Style Bookcase

    My first lumberjocks project. This case is pictured with the final coat(hopefully) of poly. It took a little over a month to complete and that was working everyday in the morning for a few hours before work at 2 pm. This is also my first comissioned piece. I guess i could be considered a pro now...
  3. Dovetailed Shelf

    This was a small project I took on for a friend. He purchased the wood and asked me to build it to his specifications. The woods are Cacao de ************************* and Spalted Maple. It has through dovetails on all four corners and sliding dovetails for the shelves. I made quick work of it on the Leigh Jig.
  4. Sculpted End Table

    Made from walnut and curly maple. The top is suspended by steel dowels. All joints are sliding dovetails. This is the table that was featured in the End Table series at TheWoodWhisperer.com. Finish is a simple wiping varnish.
  5. Moxon Vise Benchtop Bench

    Hello my friends !, after finishing this work, I present here my project of a Moxon Vise Benchtop Bench. It was built using only hand tools at all steps. The entire project was documented with specific details, in three entries here in my blog with explanations and pictures, and in turn these...
  6. Bookcase

    The bookcase is taken out of an issue of American Woodworker. The article showed how to make jigs for the tapered sliding dovetails which were still fairly difficult to get right. I definitely learned a few things about jig setup and sizing of the joints to accommodate glue! I had to adjust...
  7. All Wood Kitchen

    First of all; Thank You Honey for your patience. I hope you feel it was worth it. I've had the vision of an all wood kitchen for about two years. Practicing certain techniques finally allowed me to realize this vision. The actual build of the lower kitchen cabinets took 4 months. (You can...
  8. Wall Hanging Shelf

    I built this Cherry Wall Hanging Shelf in June 2017. The project is overall 2'x4' and about 6" deep. For the joinery I used hand cut through dovetails and sliding dovetails. It was a bit challenging cutting the pins on a 4' board. Except for the back strip where the hooks are, everything...
  9. QSWO End Tables with Hidden Drawers

    I needed a couple of end tables to go with an antique drop front desk that houses my computer but doesn't provide room for the speakers. Thanks to Elwood89 for the inspiration of hidden (apron front) drawers. First attempt at shop made dovetail guides (learned some things about fitting like if...
  10. Contemporary end table

    This is a small end table built for a client who placed it between two chairs. The design had to allow for an ottoman to roll under it out of the way. The wood is a salvage Shoestring Acacia from a parking lot here in Phoenix. Sawn up at a mill and dried for several years. There is Kiln Dry and...
  11. Espresso set holder

    My Tea cup holder was well received (as a Christmas present) and I was approved for my next project - Espresso set holder. The only requirement was - it should fit in the china cabinet. No problem - espresso set is usually 4 cups and they are much smaller. I used the rest of the cherry...
  12. Window Seat Benches

    I was asked to build some benches for a home for young women recovering from addiction. They are housed in a one hundred plus year old house and had recently suffered a kitchen fire. I designed the benches to fit in a large bay window around their dinning table. The benches are made of solid...
  13. Japanese Planing Board w/Sliding Dovetails

    If you prefer not to read, the video is here View on YouTube My workspace is pretty limited. in being so I have to get creative and look to different means for accomplishing my goals. That's one of many reasons I study and practice Japanese woodcraft, the entire thought process behind the...
  14. The Yokozuna Chest!

    If you prefer not to read, the video is here: View on YouTube This project was a BIG one for my little space. There were a few reasons I wanted to build something like this was two fold. I needed some more storage for things like shoes/clothing in my apartment and such but I also wanted to...
  15. Cub Scout Crossover Bridge

    I made a crossover bridge for my local Cub Scout troop. The primary goal for the bridge was that it packs up into a small footprint for easy storage. The bridge is constructed from 3/4" pine plywood and a little bit of 1/2" plywood. The rope supports are cut from some 2×4 material. The two...
  16. Nightstand

    Nightstand is solid peruvian walnut with poplar drawer sides.
  17. Standing Desk - Cherry and Beech

    This is an I********************ani Furniture inspired standing desk I built February 2019. Trestle construction and held together with wedges and pegs (no glue). It can be easily taken apart for moving. The arms under the table top use a sliding dovetail to allow for wood movement. The top is made out of...
  18. Keepsake Box 2

    I made this box with my 11-year-old son. It was a great way to spend his Christmas vacation.
  19. Keepsake Box 3

    I made this one a little different. I made a dovetail "insert" from purpleheart to add some contrast.
  20. #31 another drawer box with mechanism

    Another example of the drawer box. The mechanism is detailed in the blog In this attempt, the innovation was the continuity between drawer front and box top. woods are cambará (sides) guayacán (dark brown), mora (yellow), guatambú (light yellow) and urundel (orange) thanks for watching
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