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  1. Plane tote for Veritas No.4

    I'm uploading this little project so i can get started (finally) sharing my projects with you guys. I've only got pictures of a couple of my small projects on my computer and this plane tote is one of them. The wood is Mahogany (sipo) Kind Regards. Kenni
  2. Kefir Water Tote

    It's been a while since I have posted anything. I'm glad to be back and have enjoyed looking at everyone's projects and craftsmanship. I make my own Kefir Water to help promote good gut health. I have a friend that wanted to start drinking it. I supply him with Kefir Water and he supplies me...
  3. Beer Caddy - 2020 Beer Swap

    For the 2020 LJ Beer Swab, I was given Keeble1's name. I looked around for some inspiration without success until my wife asked if I was planning on saving some scrap 2×4's I was pulling out from a small remodel. She said they just looked nicer than usual and assumed that was why I was pulling...
  4. Grandfathers Handplane from a Christmas Past

    This one for me….is what Christmas is all about. Life is funny…..but here I am buying some old handplanes at auctions…..handtools….etc…..and sometimes its easy to forget the real special things….we already have. Like this old Handplane that was in an old wooden drawer under some things in our...
  5. Carpenter’s Tool Box & Bench

    How many times I had to make several trips to the shop because I was not able to carry all the required tools. Here's the 24''H X 20''L X 12''W carpenter's bench and tool box I just build. It'll be handy in the shop and around the house. It's strong enough to be used as a step stool while laying...
  6. Endgrain Cutting Board

    Hickory and rock maple, finish is Watco Butcher Block, and I used Titebond II to hold it together. I basically followed the easy directions on The Wood Whisperer to make an endgrain cutting board. The images, in reverse order, are the first glue up, after the first sanding, the second glue up...
  7. 3-Projects With One From My “Bucket List”

    With temperatures steaming in the low 100s, I've hibernated to my shop lately since it's too hot to shoot at the gun club, and the trout aren't really biting in this weather. However, it is summer. My biological clock says its time to shoot, so my mind turns to those things related to shooting...
  8. Toy Tote

    My little guy is a hoarder when it comes to cars. He wants to carry as many as he can everywhere he goes. The problem is he is carrying them around in gift bags that hold way more than he can carry and they end up ripping and spilling everywhere. So in an effort to make something nice for him...
  9. Poplar Tote

    Made this tote for my daughter. It's all poplar, dovetails, dadoes, shellac and wax. 100% hand tooled. Full write up with lots of pics here: http://www.keithpeters.org/?p=808
  10. Garage tote shelves

    Made these when I moved into or new home last november. This started a long awaited addiction into wood working…I think I have a problem. All construction grade pine. Shelves are 1×4s with a 1×2 on the front lip. Can't recall exact dimensions but I believe it's around 19.5" deep, 8' wide and...
  11. Tool Tote

    Made from the scrap pile. Sides and bottom are 1/2 ply. (Table project) Tool holder from 1x material. (Bookcase project) Handle is from a 2×4. (Workbench project) Rope. (Just in the shop) Rope handle brackets are from salvaged oak flooring. (Neighbor's trash. Now they ask before they put wood...
  12. Beer Totes

    I figured if I am going to give someone a six pack of beer for Christmas, I might as well class it up a bit. The idea came from watching David Picciuto make his on the Youtube channel The Drunken Woodworker. These beer totes are made of pine boards rough milled from my fathers cottage on lake...
  13. Remote Control Tote

    It has been a while fellow Lumberjocks! I have not been idle however, just working away like a hyperactive elf. This little project came about out of necessity. My TV takes a remote, my DVD player takes a remote, the cable box has a remote, my Roku has one too. They are everywhere. They...
  14. serving tray, take 2

    Some friends of our got married in August this past year and my wife and I decided to make gifts instead of buying them. She made an apron and I made a serving tray. I copied the design of the tray I made for my wife. This time, I didn't use any stain. The base is red oak plywood. The sides are...
  15. oak tool tote

    Tool tote made from scraps of oak I had picked up, the sides are made from pieces about 11/4" wide glued up. I did buy the dowel for the handle. I made the dividers removable in case I wanted to put longer stuff in it. This was my first attempt at box joints. I had some chip out on the joints...
  16. Tool Tote

    It turns out that the kind of woodworking I want to do doesn't pay very well, so as some of you may know, I've returned to school full time. One of my classes required a project - pretty much anything we wanted to make, as long as we could relate it to the class somehow. I've always wanted to...
  17. Figured maple and wenge growler tote

    I can never decide whether or not to feel guilty when blatantly copying another Lumberjock's project. My wife got me a growler for Christmas and so I naturally had to build a tote for it (which would also give me the excuse to buy a second growler). I did some searching around and came across...
  18. New Handle for an Old Saw

    When I acquired this 19th century British handsaw made by Taylor Brothers, it had a non-original handle that a previous owner had mangled. I made this new handle out of figured walnut. I also made the brass split-nuts and screws (except for the medallion) that attach the handle to the blade...
  19. Drill Bit Storage Tote

    This drill bit storage tote is nothing fancy, I made it from scrap hardwood-veneered MDF. And it is not an original design. I saw it awhile back in one of my woodworking magazines. I am just not sure which one. But I didn't really lay it out per any design dimensions in the article. The...
  20. Wooden 6 pack tote

    New to woodworking so I've tried to keep things simple. Working strictly with pallet wood. I went on Pinterest and saw several versions of a 6 pack tote. Mine is a combination of several features I found with a couple of ideas of my own. It was quick to make and gave me an (almost) instant...
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