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  1. JenAire cutting boards

    I made these for an old neighbor some time ago, Cherry, Jatoba, Maple, Walnut and Moradillo, double sliding dovetails on the end boards.
  2. "Twisted Santa ornament"

    This is an "icicle" style ornament that my daughter loves, so I am surprising her with this one that I just completed especially for her a few minutes ago. It will be attached to a package my wife will be giving her tomorrow at her holiday wedding shower. She doesn't know that I have worked...
  3. End Grain Top, A true labor of love

    I have had the opportunity to build several, end grain, butcher block cutting boards when a close friend asked if i could make a counter top for a kitchen island. The process is the same, but it is considerably more work to build a larger top…especially in a small shop like mine. I was...
  4. Old Round Table Restoration

    Old Round Table Restoration I was given the task to restore and paint an old round table and put a mirror on the top. 1. First I remove all the brass hardware - fix all broken and misaligned parts and sand the table to remove the old varnish 2. I cover the newly exposed wood with two coats of...
  5. #2, Walnut Dining Table

    The story starts here: http://lumberjocks.com/projects/245338 Up to now, my wife, child, and I have been using portable pop-up trays to sit down and eat dinner. Now we have this - I just moved it into the house tonight. Chairs will be project #3 or 4. I'm thinking my wife's vanity might have to...
  6. A First Time for Everything! Tablesaw Jig! turns both inside and out of wood bowl!

    I don't think I've had this much fun with a Jig in a long time.. Check out the attached video to watch this really cool little jig in action! Using the jig i am able to use my table saw to create the traditional parabolic curved shape on the outside of a wood bowl. Fun project with great results!!!
  7. Speakers & Stands

    Well a few of you may or may not have followed the one or two blogs on these... Whilst I can say the are not finished due to they don't have any for of protective coating as of yet, I can say that I have finished because I won't be doing that and the owner of them has not decided himself as of...
  8. I CAN READ THIS -IT'S BIG !

    Just a sliding block I made to hold 2 framing squares together to act as a large caliper . I made this from 7/16" oak flooring scrap and some jatoba offcuts . To lock the squares together I use a simple quick clamp which provides a good lock and lets me move the caliper without loosing my...
  9. Chair for grand daughter #1

    I built this chair and several others in 1999 and had them on hand in hopes that grandchildren would come along to use them. Grandaughter #1 arrived in 2007, and this chair was decorated for her for Christmas that year. It was there when she learned to walk, and has been part of her life ever...
  10. Oak Book Case

    Oak Book Case measures 22" x 32" x74" high False top attached to top of crown molding so client can display keepsakes Dovetail drawers with under-mount slides. Pre catalyzed lacquer finish.
  11. Started months ago just finished it today. Cigar box guitar

    I started this guitar months ago but it sat around unfinished. I decided to wrap it up today. Its a short version with a poplar neck with padauk inlaid into it. It has frets to scale for its size. Its a 4 string and it feels really solid which is different from others i have seen, they...
  12. Heart Pine Corner cabinet

    I was informed that I we needed a corner cabinet to house a new television in what was going to become our exercise room. So I took up the challenge and went to work. I have never attempted a corner cabinet before and had not really thought about how they are constructed. This project taught...
  13. Church Welcome Desk

    This was a desk built for the welcome center at my church. It's built of red oak and has removable panels on the outside so that if one is damaged by a kid or whatever it can be easily replaced. It is stained with a light coat of amber shellac and then finished with two coats of sanding sealer...
  14. turned spice jar

    I turned this little canister in shop class last year, I was following a similar design from an old magazine. It was a very fun project overall, though the glue up was quite time consuming. I can't say I'm much of a turner though ;)
  15. Walnut Gavel for Veterans Group

    4" wide head, 9.5" long handle, 4.5" wide strike thing. Not much else to say. I made one of these about 27 years ago in middle school shop class. I had to make a jam chuck for this one. I know I didn't do it that way in school but I can't remember how both faces of the head were finished...
  16. Kitchen Cabinets

    These are maple cabinets with granite counter tops. I used prefinished plywood for the interiors with raised panel ends and doors. It was stained with a custom red/brown mixture, sealed with two coats of sanding sealer, sanded between each coat, and sprayed two coats with semi-gloss lacquer...
  17. Cutting board of bog oak

    Friends are greetings to all, today I want to bring to your attention my new project. This is a kitchen cutting board that I made from bog oak and ash inserts, at the end I covered it with oil Festool
  18. Lazy Susan with Inlay

    I had wanted to try my hand at doing simple inlay, and had a few pieces of 4/4 walnut lying around that I thought would be a good candidate for the experiment. Also, we had a need for a place to put serving dishes, hot things, and salt & pepper sets, etc, on the kitchen table I finished this...
  19. Writing desk made of reclaimed lumber

    I made this writing desk for my personal use out of reclaimed lumber from an old window frame made of Indian rosewood. The first two pics show the finished project, while the remaining 4 are in various stages of the project. The most challenging part of the project was to fill the various holes...
  20. Dovetail and Carved Candle Box

    So I made a box for my wife a while back and everyone kept asking how I made it so I thought I would make a second one slightly differently and show what all went into making this small Dovetailed Candle Box. Here is the full Build video on this box!
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