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  1. Mission Table Lamp Small

    This mission lamp is the smallest and last of the three piece lamp sets I built. This lamp also was built entirely out of scrap red oak left over from other projects. There are two pictures showing the various parts and jigs I built. Now that I have those built and have made a few of them I can...
  2. Hand Plane Thicknessing Jig with Micro Adjustment

    This is a jig I have designed for creating precise and repeatable thicknesses when hand planing small stock. It has undergone many design changes to optimise its function and ease of use. It uses a micro adjustment mechanism for setting the height. I have a video on Youtube to demonstrate it...
  3. Rosewood side tables

    Small sofa side tables as a gift for someone. These are the first two from a set of four. Also the first time I tried my hand at inlay, hence the basic (easier) circular design. Dimensions is 300mm x 300mm x 450mm (H). Thank you
  4. Cedar, Pine, and Oak End Tables

    Made 6 of the same table all with different woods. The first one is a cedar table with oak barn board legs, the second is a pine table with oak, maple, and plywood legs, and the third is a 2 tone oak table with oak and maple legs. I put a simple curve on all the legs and the top as I like curves.
  5. Small Shelf Hanging on the wall

    My daughter asked for a small set of shelves to hang on the wall near her door. She sketched something like what I made for her. A french cleat makes for a strong mount. 3/4" oak ply for the case; 1/4" oak ply back; red oak trim on the front; 1/2 white oak top; finished with a few coats of...
  6. End Tables

    The remainder of the 6 tables that I made from the 3 I posted earlier. Random scrap boards that I found and an old thick barn board that I made into legs for the last table. Nothing special about these tables. Most likely to give them away to deserving people.
  7. Earring Box

    This is a box I made for a pair of earrings I bought for my wife for Christmas. This box was the most fun I've had with a project in a long time. Very simple in it's construction and very small. The box is red cedar and birdseye maple with a cherry lip to help seat the lid. Finish is shellac...
  8. Three Leg "Candlestand" table

    This is a three legged candle stand windsor style table made in genuine mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla). I think genuine mahogany is the finest carving wood making its hand turned profiles crisp, strong, and clean. Construction features through, tapered, wedged, mortise, and tenon construction...
  9. Mission/Arts and Crafts style mirror and table

    This formal mirror and table were made out of red oak using mostly scraps left over from other projects. the table is a variation of other tables I have made and featured in my projects on Lumberjocks. The mirror is 24×30 inches. the mirror is fixed using a over sized piece to fit in the...
  10. small things

    1: having fun with new lathe 2: web frames in construction pine with the old table saw, which gave me a lot of trouble with accuracy of cut.Replaced with a dewalt tablesaw 3: stool made in 30 minutes from scrap wood 4: handcut dovetail in non square stock 5: turning a small chess piece 6...
  11. Mule Head Boot Jack

    I've been a MIA Lumberjock for awhile now, so I'm jumping back in. I made about 40 "head" of mules last year for Christmas presents and sold a bunch to subsidize a new planer. I have mule loving friends around the world and many wanted one of these "jacks". The jack helps to remove boots or...
  12. Claro Walnut Small Box

    You can find my 4-part blog here: http://lumberjocks.com/HorizontalMike/blog/98002 I hope you enjoy it… PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT!
  13. Low table for NASCAR fan

    This table is only 12" tall and made of Redwood. The guy I made it for has a tire he wanted to put on it. He is going to put a glass top on the tire and use it for an end table. I will post pics of it when he has it set up. If I can get him to take some pics for me.
  14. Christmas ornament

    My first Christmas tree ornament turned on the drill press. The wood is Walnut. I drilled a hole in one end, put a 1/4 inch hex bolt in the end, cut off the head of the bolt and chucked it up in the drill press. I put a large carriage bolt through one of the drill press table slots and tightened...
  15. Simple outdoor table

    I was given some outdoor chairs but just didn't have the cash to go and find a table to go with. So, as any other woodworker out there would do…you go through your scrap lumber. I had just enough treated 2×4's to come up with this simple table and played a bit with the construction to add some...
  16. Writing Desk

    This is a small writing desk I made for my mother-in law. She needed a small desk in her assisted living space. I made its out of oak, and put it together with pocket hole screws. I cut it out and put it together in one afternoon.
  17. Benchtop Stop installed

    Recently bought a benchtop stop and meant to install it Saturday, but life happened, so an Easter morning install was in order. A few words about my workbench. It's 1 pieces of 3/4" plywood over a frame attached to my garage wall, so the install was a bit dicey due to the nature of plywood and...
  18. Oak Hallway Table

    My wife has been asking me to build her this hallway table that I designed for several months now, and as all male woodworkers know, you have to keep the wife happy with this hobby. So after three days of work, here it is. It built it from 3/4" Red Oak and stained it with Red Oak. Drawers were...
  19. Dog Bowl Holder

    My wife ran across a piece of katalox wood that she had to have so I decided to whip up this dog bowl holder project in a few hours. Katalox has a high density and is pretty heavy, so even though I re-sawed the wood down to 3/8 thick the dog bowl holder has some definite heft to it. I was also...
  20. Tiny Walnut and Steel Side Table

    My wife needed a small side table, just big enough to hold an iPad or Kindle and a glass of milk. It had to be narrow, because it's in the family room's main flow of traffic. She had a very clear idea of what she wanted: something very minimal with a pretty wood top, metal legs, and an open...
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