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  1. Diamond Willow + Antler Tee Handle Cane #2

    I don't think this is really a true tee handle cane. I left enough antler at the rear of the handle so the whole hand can grasp the handle without needing to hook the index finger in front of the shaft. But I was hoping to keep the option open to still use this cane as a tee handle by leaving a...
  2. Diamond Willow + Antler Tee Handle Cane #3

    This tee handle cane uses diamond willow for the shaft and elk antler for the handle. Materials Wood - Diamond willow Handle - Elk tine Bottom - Brass tipped [rubber cap] Finish - Wipe-on Poly Thank you for your interest. Sold
  3. "For Kjærlighet"

    Well Christmas has come and gone so I can finally post the most recent box without giving away the secret! "For Kjærlighet" , which means "For Love" in Norwegian, was a commission piece for a friend's wife. I thought it should be named for the same reason it was being crafted. It began as...
  4. Oseberg Bear Tine

    This is one of my new Tines that I made using some Quilted Big Leaf Maple I got from Oregon. It is very beautiful wood, but quite expensive. So it took a leap of faith to attempt to bend it. It does bend, but on my first attempt, I had some d-laminating with some of the heavy figure. After that...
  5. Diamond Willow and Antler Tee Handle cane # 4

    This cane was a commission for a 94 year old , young lady . Its quite light weight with a slender handle. SOLD Materials Wood - Diamond Willow Handle - White Tailed Deer Antler + Black Walnut Finish - Satin Poly Thank you for your interest.
  6. Diamond Willow + Antler Tee Handle Cane

    I just have a for love diamond willow you never know just what you will find under the bark. [what is Diamond willow ?] If you can find a old dead piece you just can't lose with it. And should you find a piece of DW just in a early stage of rot all the outer sap wood rots first [and easily...
  7. Long Dragon Tine

    This is a most unusual Tine, and a bit of a challenge to make, but that is what this game is all about, isn't it. A Tine is a very strong box, as long as the bentwood sides continue to curve. In this case, the box is long and narrow, so the long sides became too parallel. I strengthened the...
  8. Tee Handle Antler/Spruce Cane

    Found wood presents a challenge to use in projects. Deciding how to use what nature has provided, and whether or not to change or alter what you have found. A dead spruce tree supplied the wood shaft for this cane. Here on the praires, farmers often plant evergreens [spruce,pine trees] around...
  9. Norwegian Tine Box

    These are a couple of examples of Norwegian Tine (pronounced tina) Box that I made. The tine could be a container for the family valuables or as mundane as holding the day's lunch. I worked off of Jim Anderson's design that was published in American Woodworker. But his work is much more art...
  10. No. 5 Walnut Tine

    This is one of my larger bentwood boxes. It is made from Walnut and Walnut Burl measuring 16 1/2" long, 8 1/2" wide, and 7" high. I have found that most of the Walnut Burl, that I have acquired, has a lot of holes and bark inclusions, so with a lot of finessing, I got the larger pieces cut...
  11. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I know there are a number of other post on this, but I thought I'd join in anyway. I made this track saw earlier this month. The 5' track is made of a 1/2" birch plywood base with 3/16" plywood attached. I could have routed a slot in a 3/4" piece as well - I just didn't have any. I wanted...
  12. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hey guys, I am hunting down a very specific band saw that I don't believe is in production any more, but in order to find it I need to know if it even exists and how long it has been out of production. I am looking for a bandsaw that takes an 82" blade, I am under the impression that it is was...
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