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  1. 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...
  2. Gifts for a trip

    We're starting to plan a FL trip here soon so I wanted to get ahead of things and knock out some gifts for the different friends and family we're staying with. The first going left to right is a baseball bat bottle stopper made from an ash baseball billet. I used a Ruth Niles stainless stopper...
  3. Instrument Stand

    Ok this one is for all you closet Ukulele players out there and you know who you are…....!! Ok it's actually for my lovely wife who received this Ukulele as a gift this past Christmas. I felt it was worthy of a dedicated home and designed and constructed this stand for said purpose. The woods...
  4. The Memory Box for my Son

    My son had asked me to make him a box so he could have something to empty his pockets into at night. I also thought It would make a nice birthday gift for him. I never have any Ideas of what I'm going to make, I just make it up as I go along. I titled this The Memory Box, as while making it, I...
  5. Vintage Try Square

    Hello colleagues! Today, I am finished my new project - Vintage Brass Square. It's made of brass and wenge wood. Here is the express video of making process - If you are interested to watch detailed process, you can check it here, on my new channel: Mirock Documentary -...
  6. My first humidor

    A friend just had a 40th birthday. I made a humidor for him. This was my first humidor, first attempt at resawing and first veneering project. I could improve my veneering skills a lot. Spanish cedar body, bubinga veneer, wenge inlay, floating spanish cedar liner.
  7. Iranian segmentedwood turning

    Inspire by Iranian mutifes. Diameter 60 centimeter
  8. My Second Cutting Board

    I finished this cutting board back in Aug but just did have time to put it on this web site. I used maple, cherry, wenge, oak, and ash. The dimensions are 15" long 10.25" wide 1.875" tall. I cut the boards from 3/4 to 7/8 wide then glue them up with titebond III. I sanded the board with...
  9. First Bandsaw Boxes

    I recently acquired a bandsaw for the shop - can't believe it took me this long to get one. I started out with some pretty basic projects, simply wanting to get comfortable with the equipment before venturing out a bit more. As a result there's nothing too crazy here, and nothing you haven't...
  10. Find a Home for an Intarsia Carousel Horse Wall Hanging

    I really had some fun making this piece and it was a real challenge. I saw a picture on the internet and made a pattern based on that with Inkskape. It ended up having 190 different pieces with 13 different kinds of woods. The pole was a real challenge to make out of a block of yellow heart...
  11. Coffee cup ring box

    This project resulted from my wife needing a place to put her ring when she washed dishes -so she would not lose it. The cup itself is elm as far as I can tell and the saucer is maple. The top is wenge and the handle is walnut. the "steam" rising off the wenge is represented by painted dowels...
  12. Wenge & Mahogany Turned Hammer

    I have been starting to practice with the lathe so I made myself a small hammer out of scrap wenge and African mahogany. The final product ended up being a little smaller than intended due to a few catches while turning. Dimensions are 9" long, head is 4 1/2" wide, and 2" outer diameter for...
  13. Box for earrings made from walnut tree

    Hello friends. This is my new work on the lathe for wood
  14. Jewlery box from Woodsmith Show

    I admit it, I'm a woodworking junkie. I read all I can, watch every show and keep them on my DVR to watch over and over again. I watched this project being made on the show Woodsmith. I decided to give it a try, I did change the plans a bit and I don't normally make Boxes. I seem to be better a...
  15. Bookmarks

    Trying to use up a few scraps, I made a couple bookmarks. One is black walnut with wenge and the other is cherry and bloodwood. The purpose of the slots in the cherry one was so it could slip over a page like a paperclip. However, in hindsight, I would make the grooves wider next time to...
  16. "Serengeti" a sculpted box

    This box was commissioned by Danielle to hold a Kalimba, an African thumb piano, see here. http://hughtracey.com/ The body is Mahogany The lid is quilted Western Big Leaf Maple Handle is Black Palmwood Wenge accents Walnut stripes Brass pins for the hinges Lacquer finish Crushed velvet liner I...
  17. Men's Watch & Valet Box with Sliding Drawer | Solid Zebrawood and Wenge

    This box features a solid Zebrawood body trimmed in a Wenge accents, splined miter joints for enhanced stability and a solid Wenge top. The top of this box lifts to reveal storage for eight watches. Underneath the top watch compartment a sliding drawer provides open storage which can be lined...
  18. Worm Wood or Wood Worm?

    My neighbor had a piece of wood laying out back of thier house that was full of holes. They asked me if I new what had caused the holes, and when I told them it was probably "wood worms" they looked at me like I was sucking to many fumes from my stain/poly. I then explained to them about wood...
  19. "My Tell-Tale Heart"

    "My Tell-Tale Heart" box series was designed and created to celebrate my younger brother's wedding. Right from the start I knew I wanted to make them a special box. They got married on Halloween which was a big influence on the design. Taken from one the most famous pieces of gothic...
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