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  1. Hope/Blanket Chest, Large, Oak

    Completed towards end of '07. My final project for college(PA College of Technology). Solid Red Oak, Aromatic Red Cedar lined, Brass Hardware, Mortise and Tenon/Raised Panel construction… all around, Solid Bracket Feet across the front and on the sides, Two Drawers hand dovetailed, Solid Top...
  2. Sofa Table

    It's done! So happy with how it turned out. Top - Bolivian Rosewood and Maple. Top rails - Aromatic cedar (mmm, smells so good!) Legs- Maple Bottom rails - Walnut (& a lead bullet discovered in milling…) Drawbored Tenons in the bottom front and back rails Bottom side rails are complementary...
  3. Poplar Greene&Greene(kind of) Coffee Table

    First time posting a project on here. It is a small coffee table that I made for a friends birthday. First time attempting through tenon & mortise with wedges. Not perfect by any means. The accents are recycled pallet wood, red oak; the rest is poplar. It took around 2 days to do. Still lots to...
  4. Shaker inspired bench or coffee table

    Poplar (made for my inlaws) bench inspired by Shaker design. Mainly wanted to try my first lose pegged tenons. Finished with shellac and Waterlox.
  5. Medal Display Shelf

    My son is a competitive diver and needed a way to display all the medals he's won. He's been at it since he was 10, and he's compiled a ton in the last 6 years. He's now is a sophomore in high school and took 2nd in the State of Florida this year; he took 5th in State his freshman year and...
  6. First LJ Project - Shoe Rack

    I've been lurking here for a while, but this is my first project to post. All mortise and tenon joinery (first time for that, too), with wedged tenons for the wider planks. I learned a lot about M&T and the glue ups that ensue. The wood is red oak, with the exception of a square in the middle...
  7. Walnut and Sapele Bed

    This is the second of two beds I started back in December for my kids. This is for my daughter. It is a full sized version that I scaled down from a picture of a Thomas Moser Design. I love his stuff, but can't afford any of it. The headboard and footboard crest rails are all made with square...
  8. Blogs
    Step 1 - the top Decided to totally re-vamp the garage into a full on woodworking shop. Have misc. crap cluttering the place up, including a bunch of "almost" worthless wood. So, in the interest of clearing some space & finally starting to build my first real workbench, I decided to start...
  9. Blogs
    Milling 6/4 Rough Sawn Lumber Parts After several days of study and analysis, I decided I would make a trestle table for my granddaughter Torrence. It boiled down between this relatively small trestle table or a shaker style writing desk with two drawers under the table top. Each would be...
  10. Blogs
    My New TenonMaker TM-1 I ordered a Bridge City Tools TenonMaker TM-1. It arrived yesterday. It is a small device. I am still trying to get experience with it. I was also interested in ordering their KM-1 Kerfmaker tool, but it was not in stock, or not a stock item. I believe customers must...
  11. Blogs
    2x4 Bench: A cheap Pottery Barn knock-off My sister-in-law sent a picture of a bench and asked if I could make one to go in her entryway. The legs on it would've required compound angles, which I didn't really want to deal with so I looked for other similar benches online and found one by...
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