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  1. Elephant Intarsia Project

    Another Judy Gale Roberts pattern and had a opportunity to visit her gallery last week, one word Awsome. Just finished this one tonight and I had a real hard time with the wood color. I avoid doing any staining on any of my projects and use just the wood colors. I had a very hard time finding...
  2. Suitcase Drone with lights made from Oak

    It all starts off with an Idea and a dream. Since the Steam punk was so successful why not try one that folds up and is portable. The design begins in Inventor a 3D modeling program, then transformed into a working model. I will soon upload a timelaspe of the drone being assembled on you tube...
  3. Intarsia Dragon (Profile)

    This is another dragon I had posted before on my old page, but I wanted to put it on my new page. This was my second attempt at making a dragon and I paid a lot more attention to texture. I used a small burr to make each scale and used different kinds of wood to achieve more colors in the...
  4. Teak/Afrormosia Chess / Checker Table w/ benches

    This table was originally made back in 1979 from sraps of teak and afrormosia purchased from a boat yard in North Carolina. Back then I did not know that if you glued the chess board squares down that they would crack. So in 2009 I decided to redo the checkerboard top and refinish the table...
  5. a few pens i got for xmas gifts & some to sell

    i enjoyed making these. i ordered 38 most being the funline pen. not that impressed with that pen. it just seems to be cheaper than the slimline quality wise. ive been selling these for $30 each or 4 for$100. i got just about all the blanks for free or either i glued up some scraps of burl.
  6. Bouquet of Flowers Marquetry Box

    Inspiration for this project came from Matt Nedeljko's beautiful Bouquet of Flowers Marquetry Box that he made for his wife, Sherri. See Matt's writeup for more on the origin of this design. Since I did not have the original pattern, I used one of Matt's photos of his project, along with Adobe...
  7. Bedroom Furniture

    Experimented with automotive finish on MDF after finding these plans from an early edition of a popular publication bedroom set. Created teak accents as I wanted to tryout my shapers router bit adapter. The cabinet pictures were taken with a throwaway camera and not only are the pictures...
  8. A cottage kitchen

    Another task for my step-daughter. There was hardly a right-angle to be found in the kitchen so this was an interesting task. She and her husband opted for a range of free-standing cupboards as this suited their C18th cottage far better that the built-in look. The second picture above shows...
  9. spiral

    wooden spiral, study of shaping
  10. My new sportster

    The things you can do when you have a heated shop in the winter and you get really bored!
  11. Teak wood tables

    When Ronald Reagan decided to beef up the US Navy to 600 capital ships, he brought back to life 4 of our famous WWII battle wagons! On 22 October 1987, the USS WISCONSIN was officially recommissioned and placed into active service. I was a LT at NROTC, University of Wisconsin - Madison and I...
  12. Valentin bench project (computer generated pictures)

    project valentin create from wood just it`s possible to make with glass and wood combination (computer generated pictures)
  13. DIY Floating Cat Shelf

    here is a diy floating cat shelf I made for my cousin so her cat had a place to escape the dog i made it from 2×4s and plywood with a pine front cap I made a quick build video if you would like to see how clink the link to watch thanks for checking out my post please leave a comment and...
  14. Teak frame for mams diploma

    My mam recently got her diploma in applied taxation so i made this simple teak frame for her to show it of.
  15. Mom's Kalimba Clock

    Here is Mom's kalimba clock. She voiced jealousy at my previous projects so I thought I would make her a special something for Christmas. Made of Teak, Rosewood and Ebony, I first made the box, then drilled and mounted hardware. It is an 8 note scale: Do - Do. Oiled finish. Looks and sounds...
  16. Crotch Walnut Clock

    My dad was wanting to cut down a walnut tree that was on the edge of a field and offered me the stump. The rest he was using for firewood. There wasn't anything big enough for lumber. When I saw one of the crotches of a branch I asked to have that as well. This was one half of the crotch and...
  17. Wall of Randomness

    This is part two of our DIY wall of Randomness. It is all NZ pine with a teak stain. We are pretty happy with the out come, Part One can be watched here Part Two can be watched here
  18. The Pig Business

    I have a love/hate relationship with pigs. I grew up on a farm, and quickly decided that I was not meant to be a pig farmer. I sold my hogs at the market in St Joe, MO, and reinvested my money in 2 heifers. It was the cattle business for me. I was about 12 at the time. Alas, that didn't work...
  19. Handles for scissors

    I am sending my first project after making you wait for quite some time. It took a little time to get adjusted to the camera which I am using for the first time. All the defects in using the camera may please be pardoned. This work shows how a broken handle of a scissors blade can be replaced...
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