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  1. I Stole the Design of this Magazine Rack from The Wood Whisperer

    Title says it all.. After seeing Mark Spagnuolo's (version of Glenn Huey's) magazine rack, I enjoyed it so much that I decided to rip off his design. Soft Maple, some figured walnut and zinc plated steel rods (couldn't find stainless steel). Finish was natural flavored watco danish oil...
  2. Curly Claro Walnut Bowl

    Hand carved curly claro walnut bowl. Tools used- Lancelot chainsaw disc, S.J. Addis gouges and Marples chisels. It does have some turquoise stones inlayed in a couple natural voids. Kinda wish I would have waited on some crushed turquoise powder. Its roughly 9 5/8" diameter and 2 7/8" tall...
  3. X-Box

    This is my second bandsaw box. Chasity is on a role drawing up the shapes for me. A coupla LJs hooked me up with some great looking wood for this box.(thanks Michael and Kyle.) It is Bloodwood and Spalted Silver Maple. 6" x 5" x 5" and finished with Watco Butcher Block oil. I think it is...
  4. Latest Cutting Board

    I was commissioned to build this cutting board for a buddies wife. Its her birthday and he needed it done this week. I designed a few examples based off the wood I had in stock and he picked this design. I was happy because I had just bought some purpleheart and was excited to use it in a...
  5. Krenov style whiskey cabinet

    This is my first real project using dovetail joinery. I've been practicing on other test pieces until I worked up the confidence to try this one. I'm a fan of James Krenov, and got some inspiration from him with this cabinet. Although Krenov is the master. It was a lot of fun to make and will...
  6. Cutting table/cabinet

    A new item for my wife's sewing room. Its height is custom set for her to cut materials. The base design was borrowed from a recent magazine article on bookshelves. Cabinet body is birch plywood; frames and drawer fronts are soft maple. Top is formica. This is my first attempt at a bank of...
  7. Cowboy

    The owner of this Marlin 30-30 is also a ranch owner. I engraved a cowboy silluoute with a skull of a long horn bull and added other details specific to his ranch such as the horse shoes and his "flying A" brand. He to wanted his brand engraved on the other side of the butt stock.
  8. Bentwood Walnut Dining Table

    Bentwood Walnut Dining Table-Here is a table (or could be a desk I guess) that I have made in the past. I just never had it photographed or posted it.The table is made from walnut with purple heart breadboard ends. The base was created by bending the wood in a very large form using bending...
  9. Crib and dresser

    And so the story begins… roughly 8 1/2 months ago I found out my wife was pregnant and I took that as an opportunity to go crazy and build all of the nursery furniture including a rocking chair that is still in the works. I searched high and low for a design that I liked enough to spend the time...
  10. Sword Case

    This is a sword case made for my brother's birthday. He was an exchange student in Spain for a while and feel in love with the culrture and people. While he was there, the family he was staying with intorduced him to a blacksmith that still made swords by hand. This is a Crusader's sword and has...
  11. Yesterday was Monday...

    This is the finished SPalm two step chopping board that was sent to DoctorDan yesterday… Several coats of Watco Butcher Block Finish and Oil…did not darken up as much as with the mineral spirits in the blog [last pic]... but I actually like the subtlety of the colours…
  12. Scrolled Wolf Plaque

    I scrolled this out for fun. I liked the pattern and wanted to try it. The wolfs head is done out of walnut and the plaque is California red oak. Clear Lacquer finish.
  13. Box Elder bowl with turquoise inlay

    Box Elder, 8" x 3" finished with Watco Butcher Block oil. This bowl will be given to my best friend and his wife.
  14. Large Custom Jewelry Box

    This large custom jewelry box was make for a young lady that saw my work at a local craft show. Weeks after the show she called me and told me she wanted me to make her a jewelry box. After emails we finally settled on the design you see in the photos. It was shipped to Chicago where she...
  15. Country Church

    This is Steve Good's Pattern. I put a few different touches on it though. It is made of 1/4 inch oak and African Padauk. I used a white spray paint on the outside to give it an old whitewash look. I left the inside natural oak with no stain. I did stain the roof, base, and pews. My pulpit is...
  16. Four Poster Bed Finials Come off Shop Made Lathe Duplicator

    I was tasked to make four finials for an antique four poster bed and match the stain on the bed. I have a shop made lathe duplicator that I have blogged about on Lumberjocks. The finials are made from African Mahogany and finished with General Finishes Rich Mahogany Wiping Stain and clear coated...
  17. U of Oregon and Oregon State Stools

    These stools are based on a design that others have posted. I really liked the shape and size and though these would make good gifts. They are, as you can see, Oregon College themed for people who are fans of each of the schools. These also gave me an excuse to try the oho carbon fiber airbrush...
  18. Classic Stepladder

    In the back of my mind I've always wanted a nice small wood stepladder. Get up there and show the spider webs who's boss - in style. Good ones are almost impossible to find nowadays (creak, creak) and-and-and- who am I kidding? D'uh, I'm a woodworker no? So, scrounging around in my old papers...
  19. Keepsake box - sliding wave top - cherry and bloodwood

    Got the idea for building a router jig to produce the "wave" pattern on panels from a recent woodworking magazine. Pretty cool little jig, and I ended up using a bowl bottom bit to produce wave-like crests on the panel. Once I had the panel, I decided to make it into a keepsake box with a...
  20. Sliding top box - Cherry, Mahogany, Kingwood

    This is a sliding-top box I made a couple of years ago - mostly as a learning exercise for some of my hand-tool skills. Everything here was done with hand tools - from the milling of the stock, to dovetailing, cutting grooves, and surfacing the components. Some of the dovetails are a bit rough...
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