Commissioned Project: Carved Shepherd's Staff Crook
This item has been SOLD
Serial No. #2012-14
Material: Red Oak
Finish: Dye Stains and Flat Lacquer
Back in the Spring of 2011 a Pastor found my walking sticks on lumberjocks and asked if I would make him a knobby...
This Hiking Stick is For Sale, click here to visit my Etsy.com store
Serial Number: #2010-08
Height: 56 inches
Top: Kansas Elk Shed Antler
Inlays: Crushed Arizona Turquoise Stones
Shaft: Natural Ash Tree Sapling with bark
Finish: Danish Oil, and Nitrocellulose Lacquer...
This was a commissioned project, and so it has been "sold" (see note just below on ordering).
Cane Serial Number: #2008-38
Height: 54 inches
I have another sapling Crook that is ready for shipment, click here to view it
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A while ago I bought a Grizly 1023RLW 10" table saw. The table saw works great, and was pretty simple to set up, though the process of putting 220 into my garage was slightly complicated by a full main breaker panels (some of the new half-height circuit breakers helped solve that...
As you may know I love board games. When I plan a board game night at someones else house I must find a large cardboard box and pack in 4 to 5 games boxes to take. So I thought I should create a case that can hold multiple games and pieces for easy transport. After looking at my ideas...
Hey! Many of us have made or purchased zero-clearance throat plates for table saws and even miter saws. I certainly have made those items for those particular tools that I own. A tight throat plate reduces tear out with miter crosscutting and also keeps large items from falling down into the...