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  1. Projects around the house...

    This house is 39 years old and the window on the second floor had leaked water and there was a lot of water marks on the kitchen ceiling. I removed all of the old ceiling and made pine T&G boards for the new ceiling. Here I'm installing the skirt between the ceiling and the cupboards… Next on...
  2. Claro Walnut Bowl

    This is a claro walnut bowl finished with walnut oil. It is about 9"x3".
  3. Getting me OFF of probation

    I know, and have always known, that all of the rest of you, AND this site, have been kind to me, and patient with me. And I know I've been on probation for the entire time that I've been a LumberJock. Because … I've NEVER BUILT a cutting board ! I know. Hard to believe, huh ? Well … today …...
  4. Daybed | Rustic Scroll | Custom

    This is a Daybed that I've built a few times. This one I put an iron scroll pattern in the center of the headboard. I have put anything from a cross to a Bunking Bronco. It is built from Pine wood the pine on the center panels are a tongue and groove product that is about 5/16" thick. I...
  5. Cherry & Maple Bedroom Set

    This project was the beginning of my woodworking. I had the house, now I needed some furniture. I was using a TV dinner stand for a bedside table, so thought I'd start there. I found the plans for the bedside table somewhere online. Can't even remember where. It has a solid maple top and...
  6. Pine Table with Turned Legs

    60" x 36" kitchen table made for a customer from construction grade stock. The legs were turned individually from 4×4 white wood. The top was made from 2×8's planed down to 1 1/8" and ripped down to 6 1/2" with a 1/2" tongue and groove for a 6" reveal. The breadboard ends were cut from 2×4's and...
  7. Another Farmhouse Table

    With 23 guests coming for Thanksgiving I needed another table to accommodate the crowd. This is a quick and simple farm house table that I built in two days. The table top is 5/4 X 8 pine boards I purchased from Lowes. The turned legs are from Osborne Wood Products. The apron is 1 X 5 pine...
  8. Garden Box

    Had some leftover tongue and groove pine from a previous project sitting in the shop for ages. After getting some ideas I decided to make this simple garden box, only had to purchase a 2×4 and 2×2 and was ready to build it. Stained the box with a cedar stain.
  9. Marine Corps Chest

    Chest I made for a Marine getting out of the Marine Corps. Box was made of pine with Bubinga accents. Still need to put the chevrons on the collar in the tray. Flag raising over Iwo Jima epoxied on the lid. Burned the edges of the picture to give it an different look.
  10. Simple Shop Project - Plow Plane Tongue & Groove Kit and Cutters Storage Block

    I built a storage block for my plow plane cutters: http://lumberjocks.com/projects/65284 This storage block is for the conversion kit and tongue cutters that I use to cut T & G joints. This storage block keeps all the plane parts in place when not used.
  11. Pine and Purple Heart Blanket Chest

    This is a blanket chest I made copied from the Norm Abrams design. I made it because I was extremely excited to get rid of a huge amount of pine I had collected and was very excited about my new pair tongue and grove router bits I had recently bought. The whole thing is tongue and grove...
  12. Pine Photo Cabinet

    My neighbor commissioned me to build her this photo cabinet for her framed photography. Each door was built using a tongue and grove router bit set and all the joints are dados/rabbits. Should have bought a biscuit jointer…. The strips were made of masonite and wedged into saw kerfs. The trim is...
  13. Built In Entertainment Area

    This is our recently completed entertainment area. It originally held a built in 50" projection tv which came with the house (last pic). I never was crazy about the butt joint Oak trim or the overall look. The time finally came for a new tv and a chance to fix up the area. The T&G Douglas Fir...
  14. Finished installing wood floors

    After 2 days of installing 5 hrs of drum sanding 4 hrs of staining it's time for urathane. Here are few shots of the latest project will post more pic's with progress. I havn't had time to take pictures of it stained yet but will tonight… Here are a few more pics of pine floor progress will...
  15. Finishing
    i have a 1909 American Foursquare on the west side of Cleveland. My front porch is 3&½W ¾" maple tongue and groove. It is buckling, and rotting, so I'm going to replace. I have an abundance of qurtersawn white oak and Quartered Cherry that i was hoping to use as replacement. Do i need to T&G the...
  16. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Hey Gang, My next project is to replace the exterior shutters on my house. They are raised-panel-type and I'm wondering: is a conventional rail-and style router bit set going to give me a stronger joint than a tongue and groove joint that I could make on the table saw? As far as materials go...
  17. Joinery
    So I have a bunch of high grade laminated MDF that was given to me, and I'd like to use it to build my shop cabinets. I am going to build it based on this idea. On the rolling cabinets, I was hoping to use 1/2" MDF for the side panels, and 3/4" on the top. I was going to use tongue and groove...
  18. Marketplace Classifieds
    I have some left over wenge that I don't need. It's 8' x 6" 4/4, rough cut. I'll sell it for the same price I paid for it, $75. Local only, no shipping, sorry. Send me a message if interested.
  19. Woodworking Skill Share
    I need to make a v-tongue and groove joint as pictured above. I normally use the router or table saw to make tongue and grooves. What are the ways to make the chamfer on each side of the joint for the V groove? What other ways besides buying a v-tongue and groove bit set or using a hand plane to...
  20. Joinery
    I am fixing a warped interior sliding barn door. The current door is built with 8" 4/4 cherry planks glued and buscuited. I think the joinery technique is part of the reason for the warp, due to no room for seasonal movement. I'm thinking I need to re-saw along the joints and cut T&G and rejoin...
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