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  1. Child's Stove

    I made this child-size stove out of pine for my granddaughter. It features removable burners with a burner handle, a removable oven rack, two open storage shelves on the right size, a storage area with a lift-up lid on the left side, a storage area with a pull-down door at the top, a drawer...
  2. Foot Stool - a/k/a: Kindling Box

    I feel that every personalized project has a story. This is my story for this particular project. Regarding fellow member, "htl", in his High School stool project. He said: "I built this in shop class with all hand tools in JR. High School some time around 1964 or 65" . . . . This is the...
  3. Above the stove Pot Rack & Shelf

    Hello, This was a birthday present for my girlfriend; she really wanted a hanging pot rack. The design was in one of my old Woodsmith Shop Magazine. The frame is made of some very nice Pacific coast figured maple and the center grid is made of Cherry. All of the wood used in this project was...
  4. Children's Cupboard & Stove Kitchen Set

    I just finished this pantry cupboard and cook stove. Both are made from pine boards with hand-dovetailed joints and a clear polyurethane finish. These are heirloom-quality pieces of furniture that can be handed down from generation to generation. The pantry cupboard measures 29" wide by 54"...
  5. Christmas Present #1: Stove hob covers

    My sister has a new house without much bench space. So I have made 3 wooden covers to go over the top of her stove when it is not in use.
  6. cabinet base for stove cooktop

    built a maple cabinet base for my cooktop. it has a couple of shelves on drawer glides and a small wine cabinet storage unit, with drawers for my wines. i tiled the top and backsplash. i wanted something other than a standard square cabinet so i integrated some curves into the base. the...
  7. Woodworking Skill Share
    I often see lots of topics in the forums here on what to do with sawdust. I still use it in my garden as mulch, but I also recently discovered an efficient way to burn the stuff in my wood stove. I start by collecting small boxes that, when closed, will fit in my stove. I scoop some...
  8. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hi all, I recently bought a wood burning stove for my shop and really I want to burn sawdust in it. I'm wondering if I need to convert it in some way I've seen bumptious videos on line of people packing sawdust around a removable central pole which makes the fire burn from the centre to the...
  9. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hi all, I am just about convinced i am inept at setting up my Rigid 14" bandsaw. If I am cutting material less than 1/2" thick everything runs just great, but if I attempt to cut thicker stuff the blade drifts all over the place, even with the fence in place. I have tightened the blade as...
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