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  1. Blogs
    Main Frame Stock Prep In this series, I'll be sharing my building of a Dutch style tool chest. I'm more or less building it as described by Christopher Schwarz, in terms of dimensions. This is just the first video, as a quick starter. I hope to have the second video in short order.
  2. Problem Child

    I have to say that this is one project that I'm glad to be done with. It fought me tooth and nail from the word go. The main box is made from Birch, which is my first time using, other than in ply form. This is not a user friendly wood, at least it wasn't for me that is. I made this for my...
  3. Drill press turning (making a hand plane knob)

    Drill press turning Making a plane knob on the drill press challenge. Last week I needed a knob for a fence I was making for my no. 3 and 4 planes, and was ready to go to the lathe. - But decided to challenge myself by making it on the drill press, with the simplest means I could find (yes I'm...
  4. A Krenov Inspired Cabinet on Stand in Six Days (pix)

    A veneered curly koa, James Krenov style cabinet on a sculpted, curved leg, stand. The doors are bookmatched with a strip of sapwood down the middle. The turned Gaboon ebony handles accent the koa's colors. This was a joint project completed in six days with expert woodworker and friend, Jack...
  5. How I made a Bandsaw Box

    The ABC's of Bandsaw Boxes See the video on YouTube here. By Dave Rutan [Legebla ankaŭ en Esperanto] Bandsaw boxes are boxes made out of wood using only a bandsaw for cutting them out. The wood may be a solid block, a laminated block or a log from the woodpile. Whereas most boxes have...
  6. Desk Clock - Chip Carved

    Desk Clock- Chip Carved This basswood desk clock was carved with one knife. The background was stippled with a punch and the stab knife was used to add detail. It was fun to carve! Thanks for looking.
  7. Beads of Courage Box

    Beads of Courage Box A customer contacted me looking for a pattern for Beads of Courage. I was not familiar with this program. Their carving club makes boxes and decorates them before donating them to children in the hospital. They keep their beads in the box. After seeing the work this...
  8. Ball Peen Hammer Restoration

    The video is more how to make one than just showing the handle. View on YouTube I got a neat little ball pein hammer head over the weekend, no makers mark of any kind on it. I also got some nice pieces of padauk from the scrap bin and I wanted to put them to use. The head when I got it...
  9. Miter Cuts Helping Hand

    This is for all those of you, like me sat around scratching thier heads trying to figure out why miter cuts just wouldnt line up. You set the blade to 45 degrees, you make the cut, you align the box, glue and another wasted effort. At least that was my experience. I read several posts on all...
  10. Free Comfortable 2x4 Bench Plans (June 2013)

    Hello folks! This week I have a complete tutorial and free downloadable plan for my 2×4 sitting benches. This was my first post here on lumberjocks. I always get a good response from these locally and a lot of people have shown interest on my website so I figured it would be a good time to make...
  11. Glowing LED Resin River Table with Tutorial

    I made my first table! I've always loved resin river tables, and I've used epoxy resin for art and jewelry but never on this scale before. It turned out stunning.. plenty of imperfections but I still absolutely love it. I used East Coast Resin and a live edge walnut slab. I do electronics...
  12. Wood workout bench with TURNED joinery

    Friends: I thought you all might enjoy this workout bench I made for my wife. It's a sturdy piece and I got it done fast by turning round tenons on the lathe, fitting them into simple, drilled mortises and then wedging the joints for security. The whole thing was very fast to make and the...
  13. heres to you moshel

    this is for all of you that asked for a how to with this design , and moshel thank you for waiting so long . the process is rather simple , like many of my designs . i usualy use liquid epoxy as it does not make the pieces warp . and am carefull not to drag the pieces thru the glue , as this...
  14. Pot Rack

    My kitchen has limited cupboard space, and my wife had been asking for me to build some sort of pot rack, so when this plan came out in a recent woodworking mag. I had no choice but to make it. I got the chance to learn a couple new skills along the way; it was the first time that I really...
  15. Shoe Bench for Entryway

    Made with Box Store lumber (what they call cabinet grade plywood and aspen trim) and left unfinished at the customers request. She's going to paint it. It is sturdy. I traded for this piece. She's doing a short infomercial on my workshop to help push my keychains.
  16. Modern Planter Boxes with Hide a Key Storage

    We have lived in our house for almost 10 years now, so it was time to give our front porch a much-needed upgrade - And what better way to start than with planters and the house numbers. I made these from sapele and canarywood which contrast really well and will hold up to the elements. Plus the...
  17. Routed Sign

    Routed cedar sign Read the full tutorial here at Lumberjocks
  18. Grinder Storage Station

    Made of plywood, SYP drawers and top, and iron on edge banding. Had the paint matched to my lathe at the BORG. Drawers are sliding dovetail. Poly finish on wood. Features: Double locking casters Same height as table saw for stock support Grinder is attached with T-NUTs in the top...
  19. Projects Grooved Planter Box

    This is a simple planter box I made for my wife. She wanted something to hold a small flower arrangement in our powder room. It's just a basic mitered box, 6" long, 3 1/2" wide, and 3" tall. The sides are 5/16" thick maple, and the bottom is 3/16" thick plywood. The finish is four coats of flat...
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