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  1. More Trivets

    Some more trivets like I have done before. The woods used are Zebrawood, Lacewood, Redheart, Padauk, and Ambrosia Maple. Hope ya enjoy and thanks for checking them out!
  2. Projects from rosewood floor blocks

    Many years ago a friend of mine gave me a whole lot of rosewood floor blocks from a house renovation project. Through the years these blocks moved with me to the frustration of my wife. Eventually I decided to do something with them about 4 years ago. The photos show various items I made. 1 & 2...
  3. Wild Woodworking School 2.0

    My Son was off from school for a week+ for first-term break recently, and I thought it would be a good idea to do another woodshop class to get him away from the computer for a few minutes. Last time, it was just my Son and Dayne who made projects, and I had asked Ben round about that time if...
  4. Making and using a router jig to make trivets

    This YouTube video covers the construction and use of a router jig to make wooden trivets. It also covers what could go wrong. Link is
  5. Trivets

    Been making these for many years now…I have given out quite a few over the years and most all the people say they are still using theirs…They seem to hold up really well…. Ran out, so decided to make a few more to have on hand…They make great gifts… Lets see how this goes, for a tutorial…
  6. Trivets

    I was gathering up some of the smaller pieces of wood to make room for some wood I just purchased when I remembered I need to go ahead and get started making up some of these. These decorative trivets are one of the most requested items for Christmas I have ever made. People like to get them...
  7. Quick gift for friends

    I have had this trivet saved in my favorites for years. Actually 2013 I saved it, built 1 about a year ago and my wife uses it all the time. So after a party at the house and we clearly needed more trivets. I was asked To hit the shop and make several for the house and for friends that...
  8. Plywood trivets

    I made two trivets from 12mm plywood. One of them is triskel, which is a historical symbol, the other is, extruded form a fish clipart. Finished with varnish. I also added symbols. Made with scroll saw.
  9. wooden trivets

    these are a couple of wooden trivets Ive made for some friends , they are made of walnut and antique southern heart pine and cherry, the handles are inlayed into the top , there a simple project but i love the wood i used and i think they complement each other , i drilled a small hole on the top...
  10. santa is in his shop...trivets and boxes

    Tis the season… The first 2 pics are a couple of MC Escher inspired trivets. More that inspired…It's Escher, with my interpretation. I'm revisiting this particular piece, angels and devils, because I love it. I made a series of Escher trivets some time ago (posted in my projects). This time...
  11. more trivets

    These are my latest trivets for my daughters Boxer Rescue. The pink one is spray painted and the Red one I used Analine Dye and both are finished with acrylic spray.
  12. Trivets

    I saw this technique for making trivets on Woodworking For Mere Mortals the other night and had some pieces that were right for these. Darker ones are pecan framed in red oak with walnut splines. Lighter one is Arkansas cherry framed in Oklahoma elm with Jatoba splines. Steve's technique for...
  13. New gifts

    Decided to get going on Christmas gifts and such. I have a Chili cooking friend that informed me that the flat nosed or maybe, shovel nosed spoon, was the best chili spoon going. Now the flat nosed spoon was completely new to me, but she made a good point, so I was inspired to create this chili...
  14. mini cutting board blow out

    well i dont know what to call these, i made them to be trivets, but they can also be mini cheese boards or you could cut bread. i made these for the women in my church, there is 28 of them and there made from walnut, oak, red cedar, antique southern yellow heart pine and some pecan, i set my...
  15. Trivets as Christmas Gift

    I made quite a few of these trivets and gave them away as Christmas gift to our relatives and friends. They are easy to make and I used ceramic tiles of different sizes and designs. The design that I like best was Japanese Koi but I gave them all away without taking any picture. The ceramic tile...
  16. Trivets/Cutting Boards

    I wanted to give some gifts to some lady friends that could be done quickly and inexpensive. Walla, trivets/cutting boards. Made with several woods; walnut, oak, maple, cherry, poplar…. The first single photo shows where I added a solid surface spline for a little different touch. The second is...
  17. Adjustable Trivets

    LumberJocks Toughcut and Lazyman posted expandable trivet projects that caught my eye, so I decided to turn out a few to see how they would sell at a craft show. They sold well enough (@ $20 apiece), I decided to make another batch. These are all birch. Here are the projects I based these on...
  18. Doll Cradle

    I built this 9 years ago when my oldest was only a year old. Both of my daughters still play with it today. I could not find a design I liked so I made one up myself. As you can see the original design has smaller feet. After painting i found that it could tip over if you swung the basket out...
  19. 2 fishey pierced HF's

    Two maple HF vases, turned to one eighth inch and pierced with a dental drill. Finished with lacquer.
  20. Sandwiched Trivets

    These 6 trivets are Christmas gifts that I can cross off my list. They are made from a sandwich of walnut outers and maple core and grooved from both sides. They are 6"diameter and about .400" thick. I finished them with Danish oil and 3 stage buff and wax. I added 4 process shots I took when...
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