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  1. Japanese tool box

    For our 5 year anniversary, I made my wife this Japanese tool box. The 5 year is the "wood" anniversary, and my wife lived in Japan for a time, so I thought it would be a nice tribute. The box is made from white pine and meranti. The meranti accent pieces were toned with aniline dye in shellac...
  2. Kids Stick Chairs

    I just finished these Stick Chairs I made for two boys. They are made out of SYP and Oak. One set of legs was made from white oak firewood, the other oak parts are red oak. They were inspired by pictures of Welsh Sick Chairs I've found online. The finish is amber shellac which I'm not happy...
  3. Piano Bench

    I built the Piano Bench from alder using power tools and hand tools for the finish work It has an oil stain to match the Piano for which it's made, two coats of linseed oil and a wax polish. It is made for my daughter to give to my Son in law who recently got a piano. I designed the piece.
  4. First LJ Project - Shoe Rack

    I've been lurking here for a while, but this is my first project to post. All mortise and tenon joinery (first time for that, too), with wedged tenons for the wider planks. I learned a lot about M&T and the glue ups that ensue. The wood is red oak, with the exception of a square in the middle...
  5. Tripod Table

    Tripod table. Made from Mahogany, finished with shellac and wax. See more work at my website and my blog.
  6. Sweating for Bucks Through Woodworking
    My partner and I are edging toward starting an on-line site to market a variety of hand tools, including wooden planes. We've put together a dummy web site, we've built prototypes of jack planes and smoothing planes and are using them in the shop. And we've made scratch awls and birdcage awls...
  7. Blogs
    Step 1 - the top Decided to totally re-vamp the garage into a full on woodworking shop. Have misc. crap cluttering the place up, including a bunch of "almost" worthless wood. So, in the interest of clearing some space & finally starting to build my first real workbench, I decided to start...
  8. Blogs
    Introduction, Legs, and Battens My sweetie told me that we need a new table for the portale (it's like a patio, but in New Mexico), because we didn't have enough for everyone to have a place to set their drink if we have neighbors over for cocktails. Since I like cocktails, I got cracking...
  9. Blogs
    Oak top I bought a little forge for the shop, and it arrived last week. Hoping to use it for the knife swap that's just begun. One of the things I'm short on in my shop is flat surfaces, so I decided to build a little table for the forge and associated tools to sit on (the anvil will hopefully...
  10. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I recently finished building Matthias Wandel's 16" bandsaw. I've been using it some with an underpowered washing machine motor, and I'm ready to put a better motor on. But I don't want to spend $150+ on a motor. Can anyone point me to a motor for less money? Needs to be AT LEAST 1/2 hp…more if...
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