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  1. Shaker table with bluestone tiles

    I built this table using (mostly) the Wood Whisperer plans, with the obvious exception of the top. My mom had brought back some bluestone tiles from a trip and asked me to make her a table with them. Of course I always do what my mom wants. It's cherry throughout, except under the tiles in...
  2. Trestle Table

    This is my version of The Wood Whishperer Trestle Table. I made it of a local Brazilian wood called Araça. The dark parts are Black Canela. Plans are available at Mark Spugnolo website: https://www.thewoodwhisperer.com/videos/legs-mt-dimpling-knock-trestle-table-pt-1/
  3. Salt Cellar - bubinga

    I saw this design on TWW and decided to try it. We really like using sea salt flakes at the table, and taking a pinch out of a salt cellar makes a lot more sense than a salt grinder. I cut a solid bubinga bowl blank on the bandsaw with the table tilted at an angle. Then after slicing the lid...
  4. The Woodwhisperer Logo Scroll Saw Project!

    This was on Behalf of Marc over at The Woodwhisperer. Marc has kindly has supplied me with his Logo, knowing not what for and didn't ask questions. I just posted this Project on his Forum for everyone to review, so now I'm doing the same here for everyone to see it as well that's not part of...
  5. Cutting board 101

    Yes that's right just like many other new wood workers I made TWW end grain cutting board. it is made from Lyptus and Hard Maple Tung oil finish 2 coats From this project, I learn the difference between cheap saw blades and good high end saw blades. And wow what a difference. when i first...
  6. Woodworking Skill Share
    Greetings All!! So I'm making, trying to make, the TWW cutting board. Things were going along pretty good, got all my boards planed down to size, first glue up seemed to go well, cut of the final peices and glued them up yesterday. Today I was sanding it and noticed some small seams, so I...
  7. Blogs
    Today I actually cut some wood... I've been a "collector" of power tools for some time now…usually every year with my bonus I would go out and get a tool…first came my Delta Contractors Saw. With a saw like that, I told my wife, I can build you great things… The next year it was my Delta 14"...
  8. Blogs
    What I'm Up Too! ok well last weekend i was able to knock out most of my new workbench. Which is based on the New-Fangled one on FineWoodworking.com http://www.taunton.com/finewoodworking/ProjectsAndDesign/ProjectsAndDesignArticle.aspx?id=28530 i am also about to finish a desk i have been...
  9. Joinery
    Fellow Lumberjocks - First, thanks for all the great advice I've received and project inspiration I've gathered from hanging out on this site. I'm a little behind in posting some of my own projects, and I'll try to remedy that soon. I'm building a hard maple table top for a fly fishing...
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