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  1. Utility Storage Cabinets

    No fine woodworking to be found here, just a built in utility storage cabinet. Plywood carcass, face frame, drawer boxes and separate draw fronts. Straight forward and actually, I farmed out the doors, drawer fronts, and three of the drawer boxes. It's hard to photograph this big piece in a...
  2. ladder/chair

    This is from an old magazine. Made of cherry. Each project step was a challenge. I made a plywood template for the leg patterns, roughed them out and then gang sanded them so they match. For the two rear leg assemblies a little rail is required, which is angled differently on each end. The...
  3. Benchtop Stop installed

    Recently bought a benchtop stop and meant to install it Saturday, but life happened, so an Easter morning install was in order. A few words about my workbench. It's 1 pieces of 3/4" plywood over a frame attached to my garage wall, so the install was a bit dicey due to the nature of plywood and...
  4. Mixing FJ40's and woodworking

    Needed a place for the tunes machine and didn't want to cut the dash of the 40, Solution build a console for the stuff and the tunes. Used two 1/2" rare earth magnets to hold the top down, probably one would have been enough but two work well. Saved a few scraps from the fire pit and built the...
  5. Wall Mount Ceramic Flat Panel Heater Made Portable

    This was a quick project that was all about making it happen as soon as possible, without glitz or glory. The cold weather had already set in. The overnight temps were dropping below freezing and a couple of small rooms get quite cold when this happens. The room I use for scale modeling will...
  6. Utility Scraper Blade Holder

    Here a simple yet handy tool I made to comfortably and safely hold razor and utility blades. I made one for each blade shapes. Handles are made out of poplar. They are great in the shop and around the house. I believe photos are self explanatory. If not, all details and more photos can be found...
  7. Built-in Bath Vanity, Counter-top and Utility Cabinet

    This is a custom piece for a bath remodel. It includes a base cabinet with a walnut counter-top, drawers, doors and a utility cabinet. The cabinets are made from pre-finished maple ply. The face frames and doors are made from 7/8" poplar. It is finished with a semi-gloss hybrid paint from SW...
  8. Snowplow Dolly

    I built a dolly for my plow. Now the plow comes to the truck instead of vice versa. Much easier, and it isn't stuck wherever I drop it off until next winter. Follow up: put the plow on the other week. This thing worked like a dream. I wheeled the plow right up to the truck, the pins popped...
  9. Bottle storage crates

    These crates were built to support my home brewing hobby. I wanted a durable storage for my bottles that would protect my brew. The boxes are solid to keep out any light and the lids allow them to securely stack on one another. The ends are made from one piece of 3/4" pine with 1/8" plywood for...
  10. Hat Making Tool: DeCou Rounding Jack, Maple Deluxe Model, Clockwise Cutting, for Hat Brims

    ---------------------------------------- If you'd like one, email me and we can discuss what tools I have on hand, or what the current delivery schedule will be for custom made tools. email: [email protected] ---------------------------------------- Video: What does this thing do? Watch...
  11. MY WOOD RACK

    Here's my new wood and materials rack; it's primitive but it works well and protects my materials from wicking water from the floor. I'm going to put casters oon it so I can roll it away from the wet basement walls at night. I made it out of recycled materials from pallets and heavy duty packing...
  12. Barrett Stepstool

    "Barrett Stool"? Well, it's Niall Barrett's book anyway. I made this after seeing stools made by Gary http://lumberjocks.com/projects/29787 and Todd http://lumberjocks.com/projects/915 This particular stool is from the book "Classic Kitchen Projects", published by Taunton. I used Poplar and...
  13. Garden hose storage

    I just completed a much needed irrigation storage system (garden hose reel). A carpenter friend gave me a large amount of tongue and groove cedar just to get it out of his shop. I was in need a a place to store my garden hose utter than the ground by the bib. I finished the project with...
  14. Storage Cabinet

    This is my long time promise to the wife - storage cabinet for kitchen/household stuff. I built it this summer, but just recently added smaller unit on the side that fills the gap between the wall and main cabinet (have no idea why I didn't built it in the first place). The cabinet is built...
  15. HHWW: Wheatgrass Trellis

    This is the project described in this blog: http://lumberjocks.com/HermitStudio/blog/78978 This is the third thing I've ever built, and it's the first to use anything but butt joints. It is 50% utility / 50% woodworking exercise. I know this is nothing special, but it's a project, it's wood...
  16. 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...
  17. The NEw Fangled Bench

    Well, It seems to be a trend. I've looked at benches for a long time and for the price, size and utility, I'm looking towards a 6' version of John White's New Fangled Bench (Fine Wood Working, 1999). I'm not sure why, but no one posts the Sketchup drawing files on the net, so I've had to...
  18. Washer and Dryer Pedestals

    Two weeks before Christmas my Middle School-aged son says, "It doesn't feel like Christmas when we don't make something for somebody." So, we picked our favorite recipient (his mother) and settled on pedestals for the washer and dryer. We'd build them with a large drawer in each for storage of...
  19. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Alright, this is a special occasion. I am formally telling the public that I just received my brand spankin' new SawStop PCS 3hp. It's so shiny… too shiny. I purchased the overarm dust collection, but haven't got it out of the box. After playing around with the blade guard, I am not falling in...
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