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  1. Maple Left-Handed Workbench w/ Emmert Patternmaker's Vise

    I would like to share one of my latest projects that I can finally say is finished. Believe it or not, I only have around $350 in this workbench. The majority of the construction took maybe 2 months (working a couple days per week on average) and mounting the Emmert took a full day and a half...
  2. Gun Bed | Custom

    The best protection form people stealing you stuff is for the thief not to know it is there in the first place. This bed did just that. Keep in mind, I don't tell city/state of this customer. It is the customer's design. The headboard lid is removable and exposes a couple trays for hand...
  3. Train Table

    This was supposed to be used for those wooden train sets. There is a lower drawer/shelf that can be pulled out from either side.
  4. Poker Case Box

    Last year, I posted a request for a wooden Poker Case Box for my non-profit organization's upcoming Poker Tournament (fundraiser-April 2015). Tim Haenisch (Command Performance Wood Design), designed, and, built this for the event. It's quite beautiful, made out of California Oak. It has room...
  5. First Plane Project, inspired by Mafe!

    This is the first plane I have attempted. I got inspiration from Mafe, and his wonderful work. I had an old and dry piece of oak batten in the store doing nothing, so I thought I would try this. I rushed it, so it is a bit rough around the edges, and elsewhere! I didn't spend enough time...
  6. The Mermaid of Blake Mere automaton

    The only inland British mermaid legend sips a G&T at the bar of The Mermaid pub in Staffordshire. STORYTELLING: ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE MIDLANDS BILSTON CRAFT GALLERY 25 MAY 2013 - 24 AUGUST 2013...
  7. Commemorative Bowie Knife with Whitetail Deer Shed Antler Handle for a Retiring Navy Seal Veteran

    This was a commissioned knife, so it has been sold If you would like a knife made on commission for you please email me at: [email protected] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Project Story: I was asked to build a knife for a retiring Navy Seal by his admiring...
  8. Cedar Logs: A carved Sedona Desert Canyon Molesworth Inspired Western Style Hat and Coat Rack

    This piece is "For Sale", to buy it, click here to transfer to my Etsy.com Shop This is a style of work that is fun to do, as it provides numerous unique and creative ways to use wood, so I thought I would share it. Running in my "Fun With Cedar Logs" Series on functional woodart made from...
  9. Wooden Box using Finger Joints - Includes sliding Dove-Tail Lid!

    In this video I will be making this wooden box. It's made from cherry and is constructed using box joints. It has a sliding dove-tail lid allowing access to the inside of the box. Please see the full YouTube Video if you want to see all the steps I did to make it! Hope you enjoy the video...
  10. Cutting boards

    I've been a long time lurker on here, so I figured it was time to get off my butt and actually post some projects since you guys have been such a great inspiration. Here are a few cutting boards that I've done in the past. I'm a meteorologist by my day job, thus the Weatherman Woodworking logo...
  11. Walnut/Maple Box, Cutting Board

    Couple of the other pieces I made with the burned up walnut, and a picture of the material I got it from in the rough.
  12. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I am trying to find a decent dovetail jig for around $50-$75. I don't need anything fancy and only plan on using it for hobby purposes. I don't foresee needing anything larger than a 12 incher for what it do currently. I am looking at the WoodRiver Half-Blind Dovetail Jig. Anyone have any...
  13. Woodworking Skill Share
    I hope I can describe this clearly. I have a bit of experience with my jig (D3 Suped up to D4 w/ shelf vacum attachment) and I am making trunk. I moved to a larger than "drawer size" dovetail and layout scheme. Yesterday, as instructed, I layed out my pins first, and then cut the tails on...
  14. Woodturning
    I've been curious about making a pool cue and extra long table legs but I'm not ready to drop a lot of money on a new lathe. I was wondering if it is at all possible to remove the tailstock from the bed and build an attachment that more or less extends the length I can turn? Or even just put a...
  15. Blogs
    Design Shortly After completing the toolbox that was posted here: I realized that I'll need some setup to hold the larger tool/components/etc as it just won't fit into the small toolbox. I looked around at kennedy, snap-on, and other similar toolcarts and they are either too big or too $$$...
  16. Blogs
    80% Complete I was fortunate enough to be able to take off Christmas week and get a good start on my workbench. I've had the idea to build one in my head for a few months now, and have been slowly accumulating the parts and hardware necessary. My intention was to make it possible to take the...
  17. Blogs
    Here we go! For the last year, everytime I ventured into a BORG store, I took a gander at the douglas fir 2×10' and 2×12' offerings, always looking for those pith in the middle to give that quarter sawn growth ring aspect. On top of that, the pieces would also have to be knot free on the...
  18. Blogs
    Video: How To Hand Cut Precision Dovetails: The Pins Many of you probably cut dovetails with power tools & jigs -and so do I. But for some projects, I really prefer cutting them by hand and I never tire of learning how to do it better. That's what took me on one of my recent video "treks"...
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