This powder horn has been "SOLD"
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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...
I got this from the lady I bought my Lathe from. She said I don't know what this is but here take this. But as far as I know it could be an ice skate sharpener. I've never used it and just keep moving it around the shop. Is it worth anything? What is it, do you know? In many circles they call me...
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
I have agreed to teach a Powder Horn Building and Scrimshaw Decoration Class at the John Campbell Folk School in...
In this video I will be making this wooden box. It's made from plywood and is made mainly with shoulder joints. This is a very quick and easy built. This project is useful if you need storage for any items! Please see the full YouTube Video if you want to see all the steps I did to make it!
So it is a bit late for a valentines gift now but the idea of a bandsaw bowl is transferable to any shape. Hope this helps out someone.
The videos aspect ratio is a bit messed up BTW. Check out my webiste.
This is a bandsaw box, in the shape of pacman. This is after you beat the game, where realistically, he would be super fat by all the dots he ate. I took some wood, and cut a pacman looking out. No real measurements, just made it as close as possible. Then after cutting the drawer out I sanded...
Here is a video of me turning one of the carving style mallets.
I used an entire log to turn this but because the heart is still inside it may have a tendency to crack so if you do, do this you need to have a completely dry log.
So if you have been following me on youtube you should know I was sent a box with some great bits of wood. Incidently you can also follow me on twitter more updates. One of those pieces of wood was a small but really great chunk of spalted maple.
I decided I would use the splated...
This is a cosmetic box for my daughter starts her collage life.
Since the space is one of the biggest constraint of her new room,
she asked me to make a box so that she can organize her belongings.
Oak and striped ebony are material.
I hope she likes this one.
A few months back someone asked me if I would make a Yo-Yo, so here is my take on the project.
Here is a link to more about the Yo-Yo over on my website: http://thiswoodwork.com/make-a-wooden-yo-yo/
Be sure to let me know what you think!
See my previous post for the board description.
This is just a continuation to show the matching disc box and a game in progress.
I did not make the discs.
The discs from workshop supply are inexpensive and very high quality with the as decribed concave / convex faces that some believe are...
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 be mid-July in 2012, a five day class. We'll discuss the history, techniques, and build a horn in class...
Built camera years ago as a school project. Tripod was added years later. Consists mostly of cherry and walnut, with a touch of ebony detailing. Rear door swivels on wooden hinge with cabinet space inside. Modeled after my old Pentax ME Super, a great camera once upon a time.
I made this out of some of the cherry that my woodworking buddies and I had cut down, milled and then we air dryed it for one year. It was quite an expierence. We paid a sawyer to cut it down and mill it into 4/4 stock. We air dryed it ourselves. We put a lot of "sweat" equity into that wood...
This seemed to interest a couple people, I think It's maple, I used a lancelot grinder on the outside and put it on the lathe at slow speed with a rasp, and covered it with waterlox. I did'nt have to do anything to the inside except the waterlox. It's only about 6" high by 3" wide. Thanks guys, mike
In this YouTube you will see me doing every stage I did to make this stool. I will be showing you how I ripped the wood to length, made angled mortise and Tenon joints, and the glue up of the side,, sanding the stool and rounding over the edges, theses are just of the few things I will be doing...