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  1. Finishing
    I am looking to make some wood conditioner with walnut oil and some waxes. I currently use a mineral oil and waxes combination as my conditioner and want to try and get away from the petroleum by product. I know there is Mike Mahoney's finish that uses walnut oil and Doctors walnut oil. I'm...
  2. Projects Bread Slicer

    My wife finally (after 37 years of marriage) that she wanted to do a project with me in the shop and learn some more woodworking skills. She's always been available to help me, but this time she took the lead and designed and built this bread slicer. It's made from walnut and maple. It works...
  3. Projects Chisel and Gouge Till

    Over the past few weeks I built a till to hold all of my chisels and gouges, and here it is. It had a total of five rows of tools, and each tool sits in a one inch diameter hollow, with the sharp end of the tool held to the panel behind it by a 3mm x 6mm rare earth magnet. The back row...
  4. Marketplace Classifieds
    39 x 54 inch walnut and epoxy table. Steel legs. Beautiful figure in wood.
    $2,500 USD
  5. Projects Epoxy walnut table

    First attempt at an epoxy table. Walnut came from my front yard. I milled it myself. Wood has been drying for about 5 years waiting for a project.
  6. JenAire cutting boards

    I made these for an old neighbor some time ago, Cherry, Jatoba, Maple, Walnut and Moradillo, double sliding dovetails on the end boards.
  7. Unique Keepsake Box from a Beginner Lumberjock

    Hi everyone, I finally finished my girlfriend's Hope Chest that I have been working on for the last several weeks. I knew I wanted to make a keepsake box for her for her birthday, so while I was in 'woodworking mode' I decided to go ahead and make a keepsake box for her. I used the leftover...
  8. An A-frame level

    An A-frame level is an ancient tool used for land surveying and leveling. Recently it is being used in permaculture for marking and laying out swells. This A-frame level is unique because it is foldable. This quality makes it easy to store or transport. Here is the video of how I made it
  9. Reclaimed pine table

    This is a housewarming gift for my brother and sister in law. They purchased an almost 150 year old house so I thought this would fit for them. The wood came from an old house I helped tear down and from an old airport hanger being dismantled close by where I live. The wood was old growth...
  10. Yet, another wooden Bowl

    Another wooden bowl ,made from scraps ! walnut,oak,and cherry. The bottom design came from another fellow lumberjock. thanks for lookin'
  11. table

    table oak with intarsia made of walnaut 80×220x75cm
  12. Keepsake Boxes

    Made these keepsake boxes as Christmas presents. Maple/walnut, walnut/cherry, and cherry/maple. The Cherry box and the maple box have a curve cut in the lid and the walnut box lid is cut straight. Approx 15"L X 6.5"W X 4.5"T
  13. Walnut cube wood accent Stool / Table ~ Hourglass style

    Walnut cube wood accent Stool / Table ~ Hourglass style 12X12X18 Cutting the piece in this way exposes more of the colorful heartwood & lightens the piece for reasonable shipping. More pics at http://www.around-the-bend.com & in my ebay store...
  14. Cape cod jewelry box

    Just finished the first of my four part jewelry box series called Boston The Cape and Island jewelry box. This one below is of Cape Cod with walnut drawer handles and made from solid cherry lined with blue velvet drawer interior
  15. Hand Held Mirrors Using My 3D Pantograph

    For years my wife has used a little mirror from her compact to see the back of her head while doing her hair. While pondering what to make for her this Christmas I decided she needed a mirror upgrade. I made two, one for her, and one for the wife of my glass guy who made me a dozen mirrors in...
  16. Underwater World

    Hello all, it's been awhile since I posted a project because of my broken hand and then playing catch up to get some projects done. This one took AWHILE to finish because it was 341 pieces and a lot of them where very small. I spent a lot of time down on my hands and knees looking for a piece...
  17. Recent work

    Just a quick look at what's been going on in the shop recently. I've been geeting wood and ideas in droves and I have been actively pushing some techniques. #1 is a cherry hollowform that is actually the one from my self supported hollowing system post witht he video. I carved and tinted the...
  18. More pens (and a little story)

    Fortunately for me, a lot of the work I do really helps people who need it. In this case, it was my grandson. He had a little (?) problem with school and authority and was rapidly going down hill. For those of you who know kids in that situation I highly recommend the National Guard Youth...
  19. Walnut table

    Making custom pieces for family and friends is a real joy for me to do. I had the opportunity to make this table of my own design for my friends Jack and Mari. Jack was one of my professors in dental school, and we have remained colleagues and friends for over 35 years. The provenance for the...
  20. Walnut burl coffee table

    I obtained a unique piece of walnut burl recently where I was told that it was harvested from a burl where 2 breeds of walnut were grafted together when the tree was very young. Whether its just a good story, or actually true doesn't matter, the grain is unusual and attractive. I threw...
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