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  1. Twig chair and side table

    Here are some pictures of one of my first log projects. I made it about 10 years ago (shortly after Daniel Mack's book came out). I made it with a pocket knife and some twist bits out of mimosa prunings. The side table top is just a rough slab of black walnut. It doesn't get daily use, by...
  2. Molesworth Inspired Refined Rustic Cowboy Western Style Basket Horse Saddle Carving Natural Twigs

    -------------------------------- This is a Basket I made recently, Molesworth-Inspired, with a Horse Saddle Carving on each end, painted black. This type of basket is FOR SALE contact me at email: [email protected] for more information ------------------------------- To see other...
  3. Table Saw Twig Jig

    video Link: This is a cool little way to split twigs, small branches,and dowels quickly and safely on a table saw! For most of my career I have designed and built rustic furniture, and need to find a way to cut twigs in half that was fast efficient and safe this fun little project has served...
  4. "Intertwined" - Mountain Laurel Root Twig Wall Lamp

    This lamp is named "Intertwined". Made from the roots and lower stem of a mountain laurel bush, uprooted during train maintenance. When I saw the color of the exposed roots while hiking, I knew I had to make a lamp of it. Mounts with one hidden screw in a keyhole slot (cut into the central...
  5. A Twiggy Trivet

    This is another project for sale at our church Bazaar. As with my box, these were intended to be made inexpensively out of reclaimed materials. The trivets are based on an idea my wife and I saw at a market. In that case the twigs were not sealed, so it was more of an art piece. It is just a...
  6. 35+1

    This piece is Titled 35+1. It is sculptural by design however has a very utilitarian purpose. As seen here in the photos it looks non-objectively abstract. The key ingredient is "looks" because it also holds 36 bottles of wine. Every bottle angled just so in order that the cork stay wet. The...
  7. Woodworking Skill Share
    I have another question if you all aren't tired of me yet. I want to make a kitchen table and have come up with this design for the top. Question: would the movement of the wood ruin this in the long term? Or does the wood have enough room to move around if you just glue the boards together...
  8. Jigs & Fixtures
    I think I remember seeing an article about drawing arches using straight pieces of wood. Does anyone know anything about this?
  9. Designing Woodworking Projects
    I have been trying to decide for a month or so now how I am going to go about building a new entertainment center for my living room. I have finally decided that I am going to go with a maple/cherry combo. Although I wish I had the money to do the entire thing out of solid wood it is just not...
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