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  1. "A Tudor for Tweeters"

    Heres a little birdhouse I made for my grandmother. She actually helped me make some of it!! It consists of a Cedar everything. Most of the wider pieces were edge joined. I used Tight bond III to make this birdhouse indestructible to the weather, we painted it with I believe hunter green. Most...
  2. Arts and Crafts Mantle Clock Prototype

    Working on designs for several Arts and Crafts mantle clocks. The pictures are of a prototype for the simpler design done to work through construction methods and form. The prototype is 9 inches tall, 9 inches wide at the top, and 5 inches deep constructed of quarter sawn red oak to...
  3. New Wave Gothic Desk (Library Table)

    This is a New Wave Gothic desk in Solid Quarter Sawn White Oak - The design combines elements from Gothic, Renaissance, Mission, Jacobean & maybe even a little country. Features include an original design gothic tracery (fretwork) panel in each trestle leg, rope carving, corbels, & leaf...
  4. New Wave Gothic Dining Table

    Our New Wave Gothic Dining Room pieces define themselves by invoking the presence of royalty. A room adorned with hand carved works of artistic craftsmanship establishes the domain for your guests; wandering eyes quickly find focus on the massive table standing before them. Your centerpiece...
  5. New Wave Gothic Entertainment Center (Armorie)

    Confronting the task of housing modern home theater equipment, video games and a host of wires, movies and accouterments without diminishing the carefully planned period architecture of your home often leads to frustration. Artisans of the Valley offers our original New Wave Gothic line...
  6. Solid Walnut Rendition of our New Wave Gothic Dining Table

    This piece follows the same theme as our other New Wavev Gothic Dining Table - only this one was done in solid American Black Walnut. The table is part of a set with a matching server and two corner units, we'll post those shortly. Please visit my "projects" section for more images of this...
  7. Working in the basement and keeping it simple

    We finally made it downstairs of this monster job! We switched from quarter sawn white oak to all red oak because of price and availability. He said he's going to stain it darker than upstairs. Oh Well! We made these tudor arches in several pieces and assembled them in the field. Install went...
  8. A few more photos from upstairs

    Here are a few more pictures from the upstairs of this simple job http://woodworkingtipsfrompop.com/
  9. I’ll make it as ugly as they want!

    Well I'm finally getting around to posting some photos on this big ugly mantel we've been fooling around with for a while. The mantel like everything else is built out of oak and highlighted with plaster carvings that will be faux painted to match the dark brown stain that will cover all the...
  10. Hall Bench

    I needed something to fit by the front door, a bench perhaps, and something that needed mortises and used wood thicker that 4/4 (I was looking for a change!) This bench is called a "Garden Bench" in the FWW May/June 2008 article that I used as a reference. It is described as a mix of Japanese...
  11. Designing Woodworking Projects
    A year ago Christmas, Santa promised my wife that he'd build built-in bookcases with doors, as well as an adjoining mantel. Well, Santa got busy over the course of that year landscaping most of the yard by laying brick pavers, constructing a couple of raised brick planter boxes, installing a new...
  12. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Can any USA member tell me what is called a Green card in the US.
  13. Woodworking Skill Share
    I have designed a chair for a commission I have, and I will be cording the seat. I would prefer not to use typical Danish cord, because of the colour. so I am trying to source some cotton 3mm cord that has colour options. I estimate needing about three pounds of cord per chair, so it must be...
  14. Blogs
    Basic beginnings for a new carver... FIRST ENTRY Have been selling these deck cooler cabinets pretty well this summer. My twist is to carve on the front of them. Team logos, peoples names, company logos… etc. But my carving skills were defined by he sharpness of the Knack knife I was...
  15. Blogs
    Built-in bookcases and mantel for fireplace surround in a Tudor Revival (Please note: I originally posted this earlier today as a forum topic, but then decided to put it in as a blog entry in order to keep all of my entries together. I have also added more information to this posting here.) A...
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