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  1. Cabinet for Dining Room

    I finished this cabinet earlier this year, Can anyone guess what the timbers are ? Yes the door and drawer panels are solid with natural feature , see 4th picture I plan a wine rack in lower right but at this time do not have suitable timber Garry
  2. Custom Frame

    Frame is the English Elm wood, customized carved out, with a piece of mirror with an dolphin etching!
  3. Let's eat!

    I love cooking as much as I enjoy eating. I made these kabob skewers yesterday, and got to try them out today. I'm not psychic, but I predict more of these in my future. I remember seeing people in Thailand cooking chicken satay skewed on 3 sticks, and got to thinking. This is what I've come up...
  4. Timber and Metal Sign

    This is a timber and metal sign that a friend and I built over the last couple of weeks as commission for a local college. We decided to create a video to document the whole process from milling the log to hand forging some of the fasteners to the completed sign. You can see the video here...
  5. First Ever Bowl

    This is my first ever bowl turned on the lathe, from a green horse chestnut log that was pretty wet all the way through still. Pictures are before sanding and waxing.
  6. Christmas gift - walnut cutting board.

    A while back I was at the mill and picked up this #1 grade walnut cheap with the intent of turning it into a cutting board. As time went by I lost interest in that project and moved on to other things. A week ago my sister-in-law hinted she wanted a cutting board for Christmas, so I knew...
  7. Japanese Timber Bench

    I decided I would make a simple bench for the in-laws mountain house. While thinking of what to make I stumbled on a picture of a Japanese Timber Bench at TRC Timberworks. So much for that simple bench ;) There were no plans or really any specifics on the TRC website, so all I had to go by was...
  8. Timber Framing War-Hammer... ok just a mallet

    5lb Timber Framing Mallet that I build yesterday from a scrap offcut (albeit large!) of reclaimed Blackbutt (hard, dense Australian native timber) for the head and nice lightly figured and straight grained Tasmanian Blackwood for the handle. I plan to use this during a small timber frame build...
  9. Cypress Timber Table

    A Cypress timber with an authentic hand hewn tip that measures 9"x13-1/2"x 46" is used to make this table. This timber was reclaimed off a bridge, circa 1880, located just north of New Orleans. We wanted to preserve the original integrity and character of the wood by leaving it natural with an...
  10. Roubo Workbench

    I've been dreaming about a lifetime workbench for a few years and finally decided to build this split top Roubo this year. I used Tasmanian Blackwood for the base. This timber is all solid stock, not laminated. I chanced upon some really large sections that had been air dried over 10 years and...
  11. Completed Outdoor Table & Bench Seats

    I built an outdoor table from Blackbutt a little while ago and then the first of four bench seats to go with it. I learned a lot from this build and then batched out 3 more benches, which only took me about 50% longer in total than making the first. This showed me the advantages of batching...
  12. Overpass Bench

    I moved my old workbench to our farm in Michigan so I needed a new workbench for my shop in Tallahassee. For this project I decided to design my own heavy duty workbench rather than work off existing plans. My primary inspiration for this design came from studying highway overpass bridges...
  13. Mailbox

    We replaced our dilapidated, plastic mailbox with this handmade version.
  14. 8"x8" Timber designs

    Heres some designs Ive come up with for creating projects out of 8"x8" pine. My plan is to start building them for the summer, and hopefully sell some before then! Ive come up with a price of $6 - $8 a board foot, which covers labour and materials. Please let me know what you think! any...
  15. Timber Frame Dog Kennel

    It has been two years since our last dog passed and my wife an I decided to get two Golden Retrievers. We needed a safe place to keep the dogs while we ran errands so we decided to build a 10' x 14' Timber Frame kennel. This was also a good project to work on while in isolation due to...
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