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  1. Projects Cuff Link Box

    A fiddly little project that when done looks good with the timber contrasts and the Japanese style handle. Poor glueing meant the lid split twice so memo to self be sure to properly spread the glue and use quality glue....always ! The key to a good woodworker my teacher told me is the ability to...
  2. General Woodworking Discussions
    Made from predominantly American maple with a laminated lid and some lamination around the sides and trim. A mixed group in the lid, some maple, some Tassie oak and the lamination strips are WA Jarrah. Finished in gloss polyurethane which is what gives it the shine. It will endue going to a...
  3. Headphone Stand

    Headphone Stand. Tassie Oak (the light wood), and Blackwood (the dark bit, acacia melanoxlyn). Beyerdynamic DT-250s. Not super high end, but comfy enough and produce a nice sound. Blonde shellac polished on. A nice little project that let me use some of my lesser used tools - a shinto rasp and...
  4. Marking Gauge Dovetail Practise Box

    Hi guys, Nothing too special. I am still trying to get proficient at hand cutting dovetails so make opportunities to keep cutting them. This box was more dovetail practise - I just decided I may as well build a box while I was at it to hold my marking gauges - there is a spot reserved in the...
  5. Shavehorse - Finewoodworking Magazine

    Made this Shavehorse. Effectively copied from a recent Finewoodworking magazine article. Going to use it to carve pegs for a timber frame build and later some windsor chairs. Just need to wait 4 weeks for my Lie Nielsen Toolworks drawknife! Tassie Oak with Blackwood trim. Very utilitarian...
  6. Media Side Table

    Inspiration came from the top piece. I don't buy slabs but it was only $50 and I wanted to make a side table to go under the TV for all those extra bits and pieces. The VR hood lives here too but it was away for the photos. The top is Camphor Laurel, which is a beautiful smelling timber and...
  7. Tassie oak set of drawers/dresser for mum

    This is the third in the series of furniture for mum, which will be now called the 'Diane Collection'. Halltable Dining table Frame is all solid tassie oak, the side panels are veneered MDF, which has a more 'straw' colour than the typical tassie oak pinkish hue. Full extension drawer...
  8. Shoji LED Lamp

    To match in with the bed I made last year (The Shogun), I needed to make some bedside lamps. Not too bad for all scraps - the redgum is offcuts from my redgum slab coffee table, and the tassie oak is from another bed I recently built for friends. Build video, though its not overly instructive...
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