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  1. Church - Intarsia

    This intarsia piece is the white country church with steeple. The church is 19½" x 16" and has 70 pieces. Wood is Western Red Cedar and aspen and is finished with Old Masters Clear Finish gel varnish. I used a wood burner on the steeple and the horizontal lines on the church building. I made a...
  2. Class of 2017 Graduate Picture Frame and Tassel Holder

    I designed this Class of 2017 Graduate Picture Frame and Tassel Holder for my son who is graduating from high school this year. It's an easy weekend project. The frame is cut from maple. The mitered frame around the picture is Western Red Cedar, and this creates a rabbet to hold in the 5"x7"...
  3. Happy 80th Birthday Lyndon

    Lyndon's grandson commissioned me to an onsite carving yesterday (April 22, 2012), as part of Lyndon's 80th birthday celebration. His grandson said to me, "I don't know what to get a guy that has everything at least twice". He thought he may like an original carving and the memories of all the...
  4. Twins!

    Well the Mother-in-Law decided that she liked the Intarsia that I made for the Wife. Sooo, what are you going to do? :-) Decided to try a few different things out on the new one. I was able to find a really green Poplar board so I made all of the leaves out of that. There's not a lot of...
  5. Intarsia #2

    Intarsia #2, this one is a Christmas gift for the niece. Going to try and get some more done for other family members before Christmas, but we will see how that goes. :) Finally adapted the scroll saw to straight end blades, allows much smaller blades to be used. Cutting went well, but I...
  6. Bandsaw Boxes

    I made these bandsaw boxes as Christmas gifts for my family. I drew the designs myself and below is a link to a PDF of the drawings if anyone is interested in trying these. They are designed to be cut from 5.5" wide lumber and the radius of the curves can be cut using a 1/4" blade. I glued up...
  7. White-Tail Deer Intarsia

    Just finished the White-Tail Buck Deer in Grass designed by JGR. It is 17" x 20 1/4" and has 43 pieces. The woods are Western Red Cedar and Aspen. This piece was requested by my sister-in-law to give to her husband who raises white tail deer. Note: The grass is made of some great WRC I ordered...
  8. Japanese Toolbox w/Built in Tool Wall

    If you prefer not to read, the video is here View on YouTube This project is one that I've done before, mostly I've made these for friends/other woodworkers who were either just starting out or wanting to get into Japanese woodworking. This one will be used to store my growing collection of...
  9. Guillemot Double Kayak

    This is the second woodstrip kayak I have built, a Guillemot Double. It took about 150 hours and is built of Western Red Cedar. I also have a picture of the first paddle I built (more are under construction) that somebody requested to see closer on the first kayak I built. It is built of...
  10. Dachshund - Intarsia

    Made this piece in 2010. Wood is western red cedar and wenge. The pattern is from Judy Gale Roberts. Full body Dachshund puppy. Intermediate Level Intarsia Pattern 11½" x 16" 48 pieces
  11. Bulldog Intarsia

    I made this for my son who likes bulldogs. This is his high school graduation present; he wanted a real bulldog, but he can take this one to college. This is the "Bulldog" pattern from Judy Gale Roberts. Woods: Western red cedar: head and body Aspen: face, chest, and feet Walnut: eyes and nose...
  12. Picture Frame with Wooden Signatures

    This Mother's Day picture frame is made from Western Red Cedar. I had our kids' sign their names on a sheet of paper and I cut them out of Eastern Cedar on the scroll saw and glued them to the frame. This was a fun project and I think my wife will like having the kids' signatures in wood. The...
  13. Picnic Table

    Older project but I have posted it to archive the photo. Built from some nice clear Western Red Cedar 'shorts' that I was lucky enough to find. There are a lot of pieces in this table! The Octagon top is reinforced with splines and putting this together tried my patience - big time...
  14. Segmentation Tiger - Framed

    This is a present for my son's high school soccer coach. It is a segmentation of of tiger which is the school mascot. The tiger is 3/4" soft maple, the grass is western red cedar, and the frame is red oak. The piece is approximately 22.5" x 14.5". Thanks to Neal Moore for the tiger pattern from...
  15. Antique St. Nick

    Antique St. Nick intarsia. Pattern by Judy Gale Roberts. Wood: western red cedar.
  16. USMC 1st Force Recon Co. FMF PAC - Large Plaque

    I made this large wall plague for my brother to hang in is shop. He was in USMC 1st Force Reconnaissance Co. FMF PAC. This was a long project and involved project for me. Had to make my own pattern and enlarge it. I also used veneer for the first time and I had to buy more clamps (bummer, I know).
  17. cedar coffee table

    I built this coffee table using Western Red Cedar as a experiment to see whether the top would remain flat even though it was exposed to the weather. I cut long slots in the table to relieve some of the cyclical internal stresses created from exposure to the sun and the rain. I also finished...
  18. EDOG

    The EDOG was inspired by an old fella I work with that gave me a piece of barn board to work with. It looks like a normal wood jewlery box, but holds a few more secrets. In actuality, the whole top section will remove from the base, revealing another locked box inside. Inside that box is four...
  19. Guillemot Kayak

    Guillemot style woodstrip kayak. Took me over a year to fully finish it, but since I was in school, I did not have a lot of time to work on it. (And I still need to get pictures with the hatches finished) I also built a custom paddle to match. Woods are Western Red Cedar and Walnut
  20. Wildlife Scene Coffee Table

    This project started as an idea for a coffee table that was functional as well as totally unique. We decided to make this table out of western red cedar and douglas fir. The first part of the project was to design the scene that I thought would be interesting yet not cluttered. I used Vectric...
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