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  1. Cherry/Wormy Chestnut Storage Case

    A lot of handwork on this case. I left the dovetails and through-tenons proud. Which made sanding and finishing a little fussier, but I like the look. Finished with shellac and pastewax. Some people don't seem to care for pastewax over shellac, but i do.
  2. White Oak/Sapele chabudai table

    Buddy needed a small table and I had a scrap piece of oak barn wood and some 8/4 sapele scraps. When I ran the oak through the jointer i realized it was white oak, and it was fairly quartersawn/riftsawn. Super simple design, wedged through tenons that I cut with a plug cutter, and two small bow...
  3. Cherry and Keyaki Stool

    My wife's sister celebrated the birth of her first child a few days ago, so I made this seat for her nursery. Used only hand tools for the build, including the mortising, shaping the legs and scooping the seat. This was my first attempt at scooping a seat, all done with hammer chisel and...
  4. Shop Stool

    This stool was built based on the stool built by David Marks on wood works. The through tenons are made by cutting away the top and re gluing it back together. While he didn't use dowels on the top i did and it made it way easier to put back together and added a nice little touch. On the...
  5. Arts & Crafts Coffee Table from Redwood and Curly Cherry

    This has been completed for an incredibly long time. It's probably been in use for 4 or 5 years (or however long I've been on LJ). I just haven't remembered that I wanted to post it. So here it is! It's a modified design from a book I have on Arts & Crafts furniture. I used wood that was...
  6. Oak and Mahogany Stool

    To start off, I'm happy to get this project in front of some people who will respect the joinery. Thank you. I built this project as a way to practice my Through - Wedged - Mortise and Tenon joinery skills. Mission accomplished. This was a Father's Day present and replaced a nailed together...
  7. Large Chest of Drawers

    I built this chest of drawers for my wife and I to replace our two mismatched chests we've had since we married six years ago. It's made of Knotty pine with Poplar drawers and walnut inlays (my first ever). I used through dovetail joiney on the rails and stiles (my first also).
  8. Shaker nightstand

    Shaker nightstand. Poplar with milk paint, walnut tabletop and drawer-front. See more work at my website and my blog.
  9. Single Carved Box

    Small carved box I made for my girlfriend. Made from mahogany, finished with shellac and wax, I believe. See more work at my website and my blog.
  10. Recycled lumber patio bar

    So long time coming but I finally got this patio bar done for my sister. I found an old cedar barn door and some 4×8 posts at the yard debris drop off one day and thought it looked like some table pieces. A year later waiting for it to dry out and ta-da - a table. Since I had gotten the top and...
  11. Joinery
    Hi I am hoping someone on here can help me as this problem is driving me crazy!! I can cut and fit through dovetails in pine all day long with no real problems however I decided to try and make a little box from walnut and cherry and the walnut is giving me lots of trouble. I start with the...
  12. Blogs
    The Original Incra Jig while working and designing my router table I noticed that there are no Incra Models on Sketchup 3D Warehouse at all. I do not have any of the LS positioner systems, and would have liked to have a 3D model version to incorporate into my design and see how it would work...
  13. Blogs
    Introduction View the full blog with photos here! When someone, woodworkers and non-woodworkers alike, hear the term 'dovetail' they usually do not imagine a dove's tail. The picture something similar to the photo on the right. Dovetails are generally either what can be called 'half-blind'...
  14. Marketplace Classifieds
    I have a Belsaw planer/molder for sale. I have never used it, it was a family members who longer works in his shop. He was hoping to get $500 for it. ?? it is a model 910 I think. and is in Jackson Michigan. Check out Belsaws web site as they have a lot to offer for this item. has a small tool...
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