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  1. Cooking utensils

    Some of the favourite kitchen utensils broke and there was a need to replace them. After a short session in the workshop I replicated the original items but also added my own touch. The utensils are made from birch and finished with food safe mineral oil.
  2. Mahogany Bottle Opener

    Made this from a scrap piece of Mahogany, Overall it is 9 1/4" Long,. sanded down to 220grit.Threw in some reclaimed Brass Tacks taken from an old chair and a small piece of leather to wrap the handle. Finished with a Light minwax stain and Paste wax.
  3. Pizza Cutter - Spalted Beech

    Made this a few weeks ago, one of my first turning projects. Hardware is from Rockler and wood came from a big chunk of Kiln dried Spalted Beech. Finished with General Finishes Salad Bowl Finish. I really like the long handle for cutting Pizza and it's nice for parties.
  4. Utensils

    here are some utensils made for gifts, I have sold several pieces but I find that my wife has me making more gifts than anything else. That's ok because more people are seeing the products and hopefully will want some.
  5. Maple Spoon: harder to make than i thought

    Hey there, this is just a maple spoon i made. I got a dremel for Christmas and thought it'd be fun to try it out on a spoon. Turns out it was a lot more work than i thought it'd be. I was originally trying to go for a stirring spoon, but somehow i came out with this medieval style soup spoon...
  6. Utensil and Knife Block Drawer Divider

    I built this knife block and divider system for my drawer out of teak. It is a pretty simple design and I was able to successfully get all my knives and cutlery in one drawer. I still need to add some smaller blocks of teak near the knife handles to keep them from sliding back and forth as I...
  7. Display spoon with hummingbird carving

    Spoon is walnut with a myrtle burl veneered on top. The hummingbird carving is out of walnut as well. I used a dremel to carve it and glued in a glass bead for the eye.
  8. Purpleheart and Padauk End Grain Cutting Board

    End grain cutting board made of Purpleheart and Padauk. 12" x 16" x 1 1/4" thick. Bottom has square Padauk feet to keep board away from harmful moisture on counters and to allow for improved airflow underneath. Thanks.
  9. First Spoon

    I was wondering if I could make a spoon apparently the answer was yes :) Of course I had to make it look like it grew into it's shape so it matched everything else I do. I guess I'll have to make some bowls now to go with it. Sassafras log scraps and olive oil finish. DAve
  10. Laminated Salad Servers

    Made from two 1/8" layers of mahogany laminated together with titebond III. Rounding over the edges was done with a concave scraper. http://www.leevalley.com/en/wood/page.aspx?p=67392&cat=1,310,41069 Finished with mineral oil like all of my other kitchen projects. The plans came from a old fww...
  11. Toaster Tongs - A simple project that my 4 year old and I built.

    I wasn't going to post this due to the simplicity and very short time that it took to make, but at the urging of my family, I share this. I apologize in advance for the simplicity of everything. I have made a few of these in a couple of different sizes and have sent them out as gifts, and I...
  12. A few spoons

    Maple, Cherry, Walnut. Handmade, finished with mineral oil and made to use. Thanks for looking.
  13. Utensil organizer for m

    Utensil organizer built to fit our kitchen drawers. Great Christmas present for my wife
  14. Lacewood pizza cutter

    I turned this pizza cutter handle out of lacewood for my neighbor adam wells. The big problem and more of an annoyance really is that the lacewood splinters and fractures like small pieces of glass. It also requires a great deal of sanding to get a smooth finish. The pizza cutter head was...
  15. Low Cost Paint Cabinet

    As you can see from the photos…I have a lot of paint. It was turning into quite a mess under my workbench and I wasn't ever able to find anything. Well I couldn't squeeze an expensive cabinet with sliders into the budget but I also wasn't willing to wait months until I could….so I built this...
  16. Birch Spoon

    Here's a little Birch spoon made mostly on the lathe, the bowl of the spoon was carved with the dremel. Sanded smooth and finished with mineral oil and beeswax. The black lines were burnt with copper wire. We got the wood from a neighbor who had the tree laying in his yard over a week.Thanks for...
  17. This is the first of its kind to come out of zlsboardworks

    I didn't know what I was going to make when I started this project. I had a small piece of mahogany and just started to sand it, I got bored with that, and didn't know what to do, so I went over to the band saw and started cutting. Sure enough the shape that I had ended up looking like a...
  18. Birch Spoon

    This is one of my first projects ever. A simple spoon carved from a piece of birch firewood. Finished with linseed oil.
  19. Utensils

    The butterknife, which is made of juniper, was my first task at school. It was sort of a warmup task, and might have been meant to gauge the level of each student. It is whittled, and scraped to near finish with the whittling knife as a scraper. Then sanded with 180 and 240 grit. The spade and...
  20. Walnut Spoon

    This weekend I decided to try my hand at making a spoon. The bentwood rings have kept me busy to the point where I haven't had much time to do much other woodworking, so this was actually therapeutic. It was carved from a piece of walnut I had laying around, and it is finished with Mike...
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