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  1. Wine Bottle Stoppers - Wood Turning

    A few months ago I walked into a woodshop and kindled the flame of an old interest. Something new and exciting that stuck out to me was the wood lathe. The first time I saw the lathe I wanted to get someone to show me how to use it. After a month of catches and slips I bought my own and have...
  2. New wood, old saloon

    I first want to say thanks to simarilan for sharing his plans. This one is for a fellow "mustang". I was trying to go with the weathered look so there's a little crackle paint in the squadron colors. The shot glass holders are F-18 wings and I used small wiskey barrels for the engine intakes...
  3. Putting on the Shutter Plank

    Working on the Shutter plank on the first year project at IYRS. There's a number of steps involved for putting on basically any plank on a boat. The shutter plank is the last plank on the boat. The first step of the process is taking the spiling off the boat. The spiling is what you see in the...
  4. Whiskey Barrel Coffee Table

    Here is a unique coffee table. I have been building these for the past 6 years. It has had great reviews and is top seller for many years. Top opens for storage and is hinged and is supported by a cylinder to hold open. Remove all charcoal from inside to remove odor and is sprayed with several...
  5. Whiskey Barrel table

    Cut the barrel in half made a tray for the top instead of hinges to display whatever you want.
  6. Oh whiskey tree, oh whiskey tree...

    My wife said that she wanted to put up the christmas tree, so I made one instead…out of whiskey barrel staves. ha! Her response, "why, just why?" And before you knew it, she was decorating it with my old whiskey bottle tops as ornaments. lol It's all barrel staves with a 1/2" threaded rod...
  7. Adirondack Rocking Chair

    Made from 100 percent whiskey barrel wood. With no plans to go by and after looking at hundreds of online pics it was harder than I thought it would be. All the curved, arched and twisted wood made for a difficult time but in the end it came out good.
  8. Live Edge Beer Flight Paddle

    I used live edge walnut wood to make this beer flight paddle. For a how to video and free plans for this project click on Video Link: Check out my YouTube channel Rosewood59 for more projects and free plans! Check out my Website Rosewood59 for more projects and free plans! Thank You For...
  9. Evan Williams and Boredom

    I'd like to start by apologizing up front for the remedial attempt at woodwork. I'm positive I was one of hundreds to stumble into your world this year. The lockdown left many of us with idle hands, empty pockets, and little hope. The resulting wave of "Oooh look at THIS one, babe!" guys from...
  10. Shou-sugiban Beer Hutch (Gothic)

    Started a project with no real intent, plan, dimensions; just happened across a 38"x36"x2" slab of old growth Japanese Cedar that a local sawyer had sitting around for 65 years! He was cleaning shop and let it go for $20! In true Japanese fashion, both faces were completely straight grain and...
  11. The Schumann Resonance Anomaly Mallet Result

    DISCLAIMER: I, like you, have some opinions that lean one way or the other from straight riding the rail. I know that's not okay these days, but I also speak my mind so it doesn't consume my spirit. If you don't like things that don't jive with your world views, congratulations. We all feel that...
  12. Whiskey Barrel Coffee Table

    I was commissioned to build this coffee table and the buyer sent the barrel (never agree to this). It was in terrible shape. I ended up replacing it with a much better one. It is all oak with the exception of the base. Even a decent barrel is a pain in the butt to get together solidly. I...
  13. Whiskey Barrel Coffee Table

    I made this for a customer last week, the lid opens up for storage. These whiskey/bourbon barrels are fresh from Kentucky so there is still a pretty sweet smell when you open the lid. Thanks and Enjoy, Corey in SC visit my website: http://www.truesouthbuilders.com/
  14. Table top for Jack Daniels Barrel

    We were asked to build a table/bar top for a Jack Daniels whiskey Barrel. The customer wanted something that had a complex curve, and looks a lot like a poker table top or a bean. We haven't done many round projects prior to this so it took a lot of planning and drawing. We ended up doing...
  15. The Roadster Project

    Cherry Roadster. For the wheels, I took pre-packaged toy wheels, and stacked them in the drill press on a drill bit (I don't have a lathe yet) and turned on the press, and took a propane blowtorch to them. Worked better than I expected, and I will do this from now on when using the pre-made...
  16. Scotch Cabinet

    This cabinet was started as part of a night class in introductory woodworking hosted at a local college. Having not actually done any real woodworking since highschool (over 20 years ago) I thought it made sense to take a course to refresh my memory on the basics (I like my fingers at their...
  17. Willow Oak Headboard

    My neighbor was clearing his property and he had about 20 willow oak trees he had cut down. So I loaded them up on my trailer and milled a few. I needed a headboard so here we are. This was made from one tree with several boards left over, all rough cut. All I did was sand it a little. The side...
  18. Whiskey Barrel Adirondack Chair

    This one took me awhile to complete, but here is my version of this chair. All of the staves are Qtr. Sawn White Oak and had to be pre drilled for every screw, and I lost several bits in the chair. This chair now sits in a furniture store as some of my other furniture hoping to be sold. All...
  19. Tennessee Whiskey Table

    I was gifted a charred whiskey barrel and this is the first project to come from it. There will be more opportunities as evidenced by the pile of staves. The barrel top reads "Lem Motlow Products" so yes, it once contained a large volume of Jack Daniels. Drilling into the layers of oak released...
  20. shop notes stool

    found this little stool in my Shop Notes Magazine and knew I had to make it. I had just broke my Craftsman Stool and really needed another one, this works really nice! I can use it to do close up work on the bench and for the Motorcycle too. it's made from plywood.
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