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  1. Oak Half Door with Top Ledge

    This is a door I made for another of my neighbors. They said they had an idea about having a half door made to separate their laundry room and kitchen. They also have dogs and needed to keep them out so they didn't have to use their chairs to block the doorway. A top ledge was also needed to...
  2. Live Edge Coasters

    Set of four live-edge coasters, about 4" in diameter each. Woodburned "Eurypertus remipes," the state fossil of NY. Voids between the outer bark and inner tree rings filled with two-part epoxy. Coated in 6 spray-on layers of spar urethane. Rubbed out with 0000 steel wool.
  3. Pen Swap Pens...

    Here's my contribution to the pens for the Official LumberJocks Pen Turner's Swap Round 2. Jr. Gentleman's in gold/Thuya Burl and a Slimline in silver/bubinga/maple. This swap has been so much fun… felt like I needed to do something nice to contribute. Hope that whoever down the line ends up...
  4. Paper Towel and Bag Holder

    I made this paper towel and shopping bag holder because the bags are usually stuffed somewhere and the are never handy. (At least in my house anyway.) This piece is 16" tall to the peak of the roof. It is 5 1/2" wide and 10" long. I made it out of 1/2" poplar. The dowel is 1" round with a...
  5. Oak Coat Rack & Shelf w/ Mirror

    This is a coat rack and shelf I made for our house by our front door. Our closet is filled with every season of jacket year round. This way we can keep the current seasonal ones out and handy. It is made out of 3/4" solid oak veneer plywood with custom molding on the inside and outside. It...
  6. Bandsaw tire problem.

    Greetings, I've got a issue with my new bandsaw tire, Urethane Band Saw Tire. It doesn't fit my Delta bandsaw width. Notice the gap? Should the gap be at the front or back side of the wheel? With the gap at the back, the blade has jumped off of what I had it aligned to. Ruined a new blade...
  7. Alder and Walnut Bench

    I made this bench for a little seating next to the front door, I used walnut and alder, made this with 0 biscuts, and finished the top with spar urethane and the base and legs with poly
  8. Simple live edge shelf for my office

    This was an impromptu project since my neighbor offered me a section of the slice of his tree that fell last season. I never worked with such a thick piece and live edge so I decided to make a simple shelf for my home office. Also, this is the first time I used a large torch to create the...
  9. 2nd American Flag bench

    Another American flag bench done. It went a lot smoother the second time. Learned a lot from the first one. Still lots of room for improvement. Loving this new hobby. Nothing beats the feeling of accomplishment when building this with your own hands.
  10. Stool Sample......

    I built this still so I could see how well I like the design. So far, I line it pretty well, but I think I'll modify it with a deeper seat, making it more square, and I'll experiment with scooping the seat as well. Anyway, it's made of SYP, the legs are 32" long, and the stretchers are...
  11. rare wood laminated cigar box

    As an AARP tax preparer, I had worked at a new site for one season under the tutelage of a very adept senior citizen (not that I am a spring chicken myself.) He taught me so much in those few months, that i wished to thank him in a tangible way. As cigar smokers, I felt that a humidor would be...
  12. anyone got the time?

    Wooden clocks have always held a fascination for me and perhaps others. it is one way to create a gift for someone and personalize it so that they know that it was created just for them and not something picked up as an afterthought at some store last minute. As most of you know, were i to work...
  13. Live Edge Walnut Slab Console Table with Cubby & Hairpin Leg

    So, I've always wanted an entryway console table, a place to throw keys, change, sunglasses, etc. when I get home… but, it's a little hard when you don't have a formal foyer, lol! Despite that, I tried to create an official entryway in our home using this console table I built, shoe basket, a...
  14. Prototype mini-mantle clock

    I saw somthing like this in a store ($125) and i thought i could approach it in essence. i year or so ago, i hadn't located my supplies of exotic hardwoods, but had a few pieces and plenty of veneers. So I laminated the veneers together to form a solid looking section and i was off to the...
  15. tick

    First of a few clocks ill be posting over the weekend. This one is made from the second ebony wedge sent to me. I liked the compass base so well that this baby sits on MY desk, right under the light so the marvelous grain is lit like an Xmas tree. This ebpny is available from one of our own...
  16. tock

    This clock was fashioned out of bookmatched KEVAZINGO (which is the veneer cut from bubinga wood) i sliced consecutive sheets from the same flitch at 60' angles and bookmatched. Since this clockwas made as a birthday gift for a retired teacher, it is graced with only ONE number: the number THREE...
  17. Ebony clock with notsosecret drawer

    When a special person requested a clock with a drawer for loose change, i came up with this design that actually worked. I sliced an American ebony round into two required segments and sliced off the sides from the center drawer. I split the other segment making the top and bottom of the clock...
  18. Dogwood

    My first carving. Basswood, 12"x4"x4". Black walnut base. Finish on carving is beeswax/carnauba wax mix, tung oil on base.
  19. OSB Plywood Fruit Bowl

    I took a 12"x12" piece of OSB plywood (oriented strand board) and turned it into a fruit bowl. I used a technique I had seen before but had never tried. The technique allows me to utilize 98% of the wood with absolute minimum amount of waste. The finished bowl has the appearance of being made of...
  20. Simple Small Desk

    This was a quick and simple desk for a client. Pine for everything, pocket hole joinery, high-gloss finish on the top. Simple, easy, out the door.
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