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  1. Scrimshaw Powder Horn 16; Black Powder Container for Muzzleloading Era Firearms

    This powder horn has been "SOLD" To See other Powder Horns that are still FOR SALE visit my Etsy.com Store ------------------------- UPDATE 5-5-2011: I have agreed to teach a Powder Horn Building and Scrimshaw Decoration Class at the John Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, NC. The date will...
  2. Scrimshaw Powder Horn 21; Black Powder Container for Muzzleloading Era Firearms

    This powder horn Number 21 has been SOLD (12-19-2008) To view other Powder Horns that are FOR SALE visit my Etsy.com Store ============================== UPDATE 5-5-2011: I have agreed to teach a Powder Horn Building and Scrimshaw Decoration Class at the John Campbell Folk School in...
  3. Oak shelf

    My wife wanted an apple-motif shelf for a spot in our dining area, and saw one at a craft fair that she liked. In true woodworker fashion I said to her, "I can make one of those for you" A few short years later…I finally did. As you can see, it didn't take all that long to fill it with...
  4. Tapered Sliding Dovetail Slot Jig

    If you know that driving a long sliding dovetail pin into a long sliding dovetail slot is difficult, you'll like my new jig. To fabricate my tapered sliding dovetail slot jig I used a 7mm HDF (High Density Fiberboard) laminated floor board because it is slick, durable and rigid. The final...
  5. Shoe Bench for Entryway

    Made with Box Store lumber (what they call cabinet grade plywood and aspen trim) and left unfinished at the customers request. She's going to paint it. It is sturdy. I traded for this piece. She's doing a short infomercial on my workshop to help push my keychains.
  6. Oak desk

    Red oak desk
    oak
  7. Oak Cabinet with two drawers

    This two-drawer oak cabinet was designed around three pieces of artwork; the beautiful inlays by Nelson depicting east coast lighthouses. The inlays were purchased at auction on eBay and re-framed in oak for the sides and back of the cabinet. The bottom drawer was custom-built with 5/8" solid...
  8. Walnut and Maple Child's Desk

    Small, child size desk and bench built from walnut and maple. Made for my baby girl.
  9. Side Table

    This side table is made out of pine, simple mortise and tonon construction with a drawer in the middle
  10. Computer Desk for Two

    This is a computer desk I designed and built for my wife and me. We share an office and each needed room for two computers plus some workspace. The top is made of two 1/2" layers of mdf glued together to make a 1" thick top. I rounded the edges with the router and used pre-made metal legs. The...
  11. Cigar Box Guitar

    here is my first cigar box guitar, or CBG as they are commonly called. it uses a cool drew estates undercrown box, maple neck with 4d finishing nails for frets. some cheap ping tuners and it has a piezo rod pickup under the bridge to make it electric. it sounds pretty good and i have learned...
  12. Baby changing table

    baby changing table made of poplar
  13. Bamboo Cutting Board

    I know I'm not a card carrying, bona fide member of the cutting board club; all of my many previous efforts given as gifts look very pedestrian compared to some of the marvels I have seen here on LJ. Yet to tell the truth, I usually prefer side or edge grain looks and subtle flourishes rather...
  14. End grain cutting boards for Christmas

    Thanks goes out to dewoodwork for his blog http://lumberjocks.com/dewoodwork/blog/2597. I followed the blog and produced 7 of these cutting boards for Christmas presents this year. The first four pics show some of the finished boards and the last two are some random shots during the sawing...
  15. Woodworking Skill Share
    With Norm Abram's recent retirement announcement fresh on everyone's mind and the obvious fact that the number of woodworking shows under current production is slowly dropping off, I want to pose a question to fellow LumberJocks and find out what you think would make for a great continuation of...
  16. Woodworking Skill Share
    Hello, I'm learning to make hand cut dovetails and I need some help! I've done a search here at LJ trying to find a basic tutorial on layout technique. I've seen a video of a guy using two dividers for the layout but the video is so fast that I don't understand what he's doing! So, can someone...
  17. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    I just posted a little thing about upgrading my table saw-well worth the effort. After using is a while i was ripping 4/4 maple to use for stiles and rail for my raised panel project. What happened was after the material passed the blade, it wanted to close up and ended pinching the knife and...
  18. Woodworking Skill Share
    This topic, I invite EVERYONE to add to it, their experiences. This probably belongs in woodturning except there is so much experience elsewhere. It is the unusual and different treatments of sanding and finishing that differ from species to species required and results attained with pics. I...
  19. Joinery
    I've recently bought a new house and am having a tough time figuring out the best way to achieve my goal here. I'm turning a small bedroom into an office, and would like to build a large wraparound desk that spans across the three of the walls. The room is approx. 140" x 134" and ideally i...
  20. Woodworking Skill Share
    I usually use a vacuum then a damp paper towel and last a tack rag. Sometimes I use my air compressor. I was wondering what methods people use to remove dust from the projects before finishing them? Also what method do you use to remove the dust from the sanding between coats? Also do you use...
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