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  1. Projects Segmented Bowl

    This deep segmented bowl combines conventional flat segmented rings with staves. Bowl is 5-3/4" tall and 7" in diameter. Finish is wipe-on polyurethane. This one was turned as a prize in the bucket raffle at our local guild's annual craft show.
  2. Staved vessel

    After seeing so many other beautiful project by other lumberjocks, I just had to try a staved vessel of my own. This is of Madrone and Ebony (Offcuts from a previously posted Greene and Greene table) and having finished it I think it's one of the ugliest things I have made in recent history...
  3. Wine Barrel Napkin Rings

    There were some quick stocking stuffers I made for Christmas 2009. I marked off a barrel stave so that I had square pieces that measured 2 1/2 to 3 in. square. They are big for napkin rings but my wife says she likes the "chunkey" look and they work well with large napkins. I cut a 1 1/2 in...
  4. Wine Barrel Stave Cribbage Board

    I made this for my brother for a Christmas gift. He plays cribbage and I thought it would be fun. I found a paper pattern on the internet, printed it out, taped it to the barrel stave and started drilling free hand with my drill press. Needless to say, there is a reason they make templates...
  5. First Stave Vessel

    After making several segmented vessels I thought I would try my hand at a stave vessel. This is the result. I made a table saw jig (thanks Malcolm Tibbetts) to make the staves for the main body and then made the traditional segmented rings for the top and bottom. Another method I am hooked on...
  6. Spalted Hackberry Vessel

    I have some spalted hackberry sitting around and thought it would make for an interesting staved vessel. This is the second staved vessel attempt. I left this one open due to the pretty grain configuration. It has some worm channels in it that adds to the uniqueness. Thanks for viewing.
  7. Stave Peppermills

    Getting ready for a Holiday Art Fair. These peppermills are Cherry and Walnut, stave construction. Each is about 8 inches tool, finished with 6 coats of wipe-on poly.
  8. A stave and steel

    I'm still working with my stash of wine barrel wood, trying out some different ideas. On this one I took some .25" steel rod and wrapped it around bottles to form the "pig-tails" then drilled through the stave and welded tabs on the backside to keep the rod from spinning. Finished with a honey...
  9. Wine Stave Votive

    We lucked out on some beatiful oak wine barrel staves while out wine tasting a few months ago. Along comes the monster-in-law's birthday, and the next thing I know, I'm wrestling with a 2" forstner bit and keeping the darn thing level on my little drill press. A coat of Minwax Classic Oak oil...
  10. Custom drum line is about to be released!

    I got such a positive response to my Gen. 1 drums from this community, I decided to share my latest with everybody. All stave drums of various hardwood and exotic composition, with various finishes…
  11. More photos of stave drums...in progress.

    A few more pics of the "during" stage, will post some pics of my jigs and tools as soon as I can take some more …
  12. Professional photo shoot with my stave drums!

    Stunning…I think he did my drums justice! A great photographer makes all the difference in the world!
  13. Stave Snare Drums

    These are some drums I've made over the years while moving from house to house across many states. I finally finished building my new house with large workshop and I'm so excited to get back to building drums! Unfortunately, all of my custom MDF jigs absorbed all the moisture from various...
  14. Ebonized Stave Vessel

    This my third stave vessel. My sons favorite color is black, so I decided when I made this vessel it would have to be black. I made the vessel out of walnut, then ebonized it. This is also my first attempt at ebonizing. I think it turned out pretty cool….so does my son. There is nothing fancy...
  15. Stave Vessel 4

    Here is my fourth stave vessel attempt. This one went to my daughter. She loves blue so I thought I would incorporate some blue box elder burl in to the vessel with a blue acrylic ring at the bottom. I think the Maple color works well with the blue and I will likely try using the colors together...
  16. Walnut stave snare

    20-stave snare made from walnut. I tried to incorporate some of the lighter sapwood to give it a little flair. I should've taken more photos of the build process, but I was too engrossed with making it. I caught the bug though, so you'll definitely see more. I have a couple shells already...
  17. Figure Big Leaf Maple Slab Bench

    This is a little bench that I just completed. I made it with a slab of Figured Big Leaf Maple wood I got from LJ John Ormsby a few years back. This is a bench that I put in the Men's Bathroom at WORK--LOL…because I was tired of walking in there with no place to set down my stuff…as a teacher I...
  18. Wine Barrel Coffee Table / Kids Table and Stools

    I originally made this table for kids, but I found out it also made a pretty good coffee table. The table is very simple, just a barrel head with barrel staves for legs attached with angle brackets. The barrel hoop provides support to the legs and is just attached with 3/8 in. nuts and bolts...
  19. Spoon from Oak barell stave

    Anothe reclaimed stave from a retired Wine/Bourbon barell, for a freind who has a tavern, and does Low Country Boils in large pots.
  20. Willow Oak Headboard

    My neighbor was clearing his property and he had about 20 willow oak trees he had cut down. So I loaded them up on my trailer and milled a few. I needed a headboard so here we are. This was made from one tree with several boards left over, all rough cut. All I did was sand it a little. The side...
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