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  1. Slightly different woven board

    This board has a background and accent stripe of New Guinea Rosewood with the main weave of Tasmanian Blackwood and the other accent is Purpleheart. I hope the pics are big enough and there is a bit more detail.
  2. Tool Tray

    This little tray keeps all the dovetail essentials together and organized. It sits on the tool wall with a french cleat, allowing me to easily bring the whole tray to the bench. Pretty handy:) Video how i made it: //www.youtube.com/v/nGcYr_Y3ySQ ?version=3&hl=en_US&rel=0
  3. Tool tote in sapele and maple

    This tool tray is 14×9.5×9.5 using 5/16 stuff. I ran out of thicker material so I just laminated the handle. It is just long enough to contain a regular size hammer.
  4. Bar anyone?

    We had a custom house built about 3 years ago and had this space close to the kitchen that was just screaming for a BAR. Looked like a great project for me but the bar would be attached as an extension to the kitchen cabinets. Had to match the stain and make it look like it belonged. Was able to...
  5. Job site tool tray

    Since we've been working on the 56' schooner I've realized that I did not enjoy carrying several different tool bags/boxes up and down the ladder just to use a select few tools. Depending on the day, I may not use certain tools. So, I decided to make a tool tray that I can load or unload easy...
  6. Japanese tool tray - for the toolbox. (post)

    Japanese tool tray for the toolbox. My sketch for the japanese inspired tool tray. This post comes from my Japanese tool tote blog. To complete the setup for working with Japanese tools I wanted a little tool tray that I could use to hold and carry tools while working, especially to keep the...
  7. Tool tote / caddy (MaFe’s version) post

    Tool tote (MaFe's version) this is from the tool tote travel blog The short story is that I wanted to make this tool tote, to make my drawing come to life, but also to take a travel in the ways of doing things with hand or machines, how to join wood in different ways. To do the same thing in...
  8. Quick Draw Push Stick Holsters

    Made a push stick holster/holder that hangs on my fence to keep the sticks close at hand and easily reachable when needed. Cut the shapes of the push sticks out of a piece of 7/8" thick stock, then glued a 1/4" face on the outside. No inside wall needed since the fence is there. It's hangs on...
  9. Tool tray in cherry made with hand tools

    I made this tool tray using inspiration from other tool trays in LumberJocks. The bottom is 1/4 inch, the sides are 3/8 inch and the handle is 3/4 inch. The wood had some splits that look good, so I put them on the outside to highlight them.
  10. Tote / caddy - for the allotment kitchen. (post)

    Tote / caddy for the allotment kitchen. This is a tote, were made out of need in the beginning of the summer, as I were tired of bringing food from my gas fridge, into the kitchen in my wee allotment house, because I found my self running forward and backward several times. You can read more...
  11. Tool Caddy

    Here I made this inspired from the book traditional woodworker. Just some scraps laying around the shop. Base is baltic birch and side is from red oak. There are some dedicated slots for some tools, Also since those tools are hard to come by. I want to thank all the people who help me with...
  12. Tool Caddy - for gardening, drawing, painting... (post)

    Tool Caddy for gardening, drawing, painting… Hi LJ's, Here a post from the blog on the making of a tool caddy, as a Christmas present for my girlfriend. I enjoyed this little project for many reasons, first off all because it is a gift for my gf, second because it was an improvised project...
  13. Make NCIS Gibbs bench tool holder..my version

    Yes I watch NCIS and observed Gibbs in his basement at a large bench and a tool holder. He is also a Shopsmith 10 ER owner. So I found a still photo and did what I could copying the tool holder. My base is 15 inch and I marker the 45 corners at 2.5 inches. I had to glue up to get the 15 inch...
  14. A couple of tops for fun

    When I first got my lathe I was anxious to turn something. I saw some basic top projects and thought I could do those easy enough. I had also seen some projects that I loved on Woodturners Workshop where he combined different species of wood in a single turning. So I combined the ideas and came...
  15. A Pair of Trays

    Well, my previous project here was the "Jay Tray." I have been busy in Santa's Workshop working on a few other projects, but I wanted to post these now that they are both ready. The Andy Tray is made from scrap birch ply and finished with wipe-on poly. The ledge is cut specifically for his...
  16. One More Tool Tray

    I needed to make one more tool tray, this one for my son. I went to the same basic design that I had used on 3 previous trays. This one was a little different though. The overall dimensions remain the same. However, on this version, I made my first through-dovetails, and my first wooden...
  17. Tool Tray/Tote

    The inspiration for this came from a similar tote I saw setting on the fireplace mantel at Dixie Landing restaurant at Disney World some years ago. I remember it being high and not completely visible but I was taken by it's flowing lines and general shape. This tote is 19" long, 10" wide, and...
  18. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    This is our version of the wall storage system (aka: French Cleat) that was posted on LJ's by several members who incorporated it in their workshop (And thanks to Steve Korz for the instructions). With an abundance of odd shaped tools that have been accumulated over the years, this system...
  19. Joinery
    I will be making thru dovetails in 5/8" stock. This is my first time using my Peachtree dovetail tail jig that I purchased many years ago, but never opened until recently. My test joints have gone well in both 3/4 and 5/8" material. I am making tool tray with a very similar design to my Jay...
  20. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Makita DF03DW Driver I was at my favorite ACE Hardware store today and they were blowin' these out for $79, normally $149. Nice size, feels good in the hand, lightweight. 200in-lbs of torque, adjustable clutch (a feature I really like), headlight (not so enamored with that but I didn't like...
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