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  1. Gavel for WV Senate President

    New gavel for the new West Virginia Senate President. 5 pieces of white oak, 2 pieces of cherry, and 2 pieces of walnut glued into blank. Single piece of walnut for handle. Handle is approx 12 inches long, head is almost 5 inches long and 2-3/4 inches diameter. Sounding block base is mahogany...
  2. 2012 Mallet Swap Entry for Bertha

    I was very excited to find out about the mallet swap for this Christmas. 22 guys making mallets and then swapping them Chinese Christmas-style was just too good of an idea. Part of me was intimidated, not so much because I didn't have confidence to produce something worthy of a fellow...
  3. Reclaimed Shutter Shelf

    This was another late Christmas gift. The plastic (but sturdy) shutters were given to me, and all I was told to do was make a shelf… I just ran with the idea. With a good sanding and washing, some crackle paint in my high-tech spray booth, and three new distressed white oak shelves, the...
  4. Mid Century Inspired Nightstands

    After building the contemporary bed, the next step was to complete the nightstands! Continue reading if you are interested in the process I used. The nightstands started off with a trip to a local sawmill I found on Craigslist to pick up some walnut for the main assembly and some white oak for...
  5. Joker Board 2

    Here's the second game board I made. This one was a gift to the couple who taught us the game. It's White Oak and Maple with Walnut dots to separate the sides and has a matching box to hold playing cards and marbles. The inner ring is for four players while the outer ring is for six players so...
  6. Arts and Crafts Table

    I designed this table using several elements from both Arts and Crafts and Mission styles. I made this for my son Michael's 10th Anniversary and wanted something to mark it as a milestone. It is about 48" w x 22"d and 30"h and is used as a computer desk. It is Quarter Sawn White Oak, stained...
  7. Stickley style double bookcase No. 719

    I've been working on this thing for close to forever, but it's finally done. First time I've built doors. The carcass of the bookcase is 1-1/8-inch quartersawn wood; the back is made up of individually splined 3/4-inch boards. Dimensions: 60 inches wide, 55 inches tall, 13 inches deep. The...
  8. Mallet for my Father

    I built this mallet for my Dad for Christmas. The wood is walnut with interior strips of white oak. The finish is shellac, I usually buff it out but I liked this one shiny hehe. There are two voids in the head filled with tightly packed copper I pulled off of old 22 shells, (Of course I set off...
  9. End Cabinet

    This is my first project, a white oak end cabinet for my kitchen. The goal is for the cabinet to support one end of a 3'x5' rock maple butcher block (which I haven't built yet) - at the moment its just got my portable benchtop sitting on it, though, which is visible in the pictures. The design...
  10. White Oak Adirondack Chairs

    5 years ago, my family and I made a career move across the country. The wood tools were all broken down and packed into a truck and eventually set back up in the basement of our new home (very old house, new to us). However, the difficulties of dust control, moisture, getting lumber down the...
  11. Hallway table

    This is a small project I did specifically to use up some scrap wood and to use this drop of white oak from a countertop we made at my job a while back. It got cut off because it had the pith running through the middle of it, which is exactly why I wanted it. The face of the board perfectly...
  12. Freeform White Oak Sculpted Stump Stool, Table, Pedestal, or Stand ~ with nice Natural Hole

    White Oak Sculpted Stump Stool, Table, Pedestal, or Stand ~ with nice Natural Hole This piece stands 21" tall with a 23X14 top. The hole is 2.5X 4" & 3" deep This piece can be seen on ebay where it has more pics & a shipping calculator. Thanks for looking...
  13. Wife & Friends on White Oak

    I have been experimenting lately with doing image transfers to solid surfaces - mainly wood. I found a method that I absolutely love because the results are stunning and it's relatively easy to accomplish. It involves using clear gel medium and output from a laser printer. This is the results...
  14. Craftsman Sliding Closet Doors

    Built these sliding closet doors for my complete house remodel project that's been going on the past 3 years. Built with Quarter sawn white oak. Laminated stiles with a finished dimension of 1-3/8" thick. My first attempt at making doors (besides cabinet doors) and it went really well. I...
  15. Osage orange and curly maple cutting board

    First cutting board ever from osage and hard maple cut at home and milled in small boards on my bandsaw. Tools used: Craftsman 14 inch bandsaw Porter cable 6 inch jointer Handheld belt sander
  16. Arts & Craft Side Table

    This table is out of Fine Woodworking magazine. It is built out of QS white oak. It is finished with brown dye, walnut stain, and a few coats of wipe on poly. Fun project to build.
  17. Walnut and white oak landing net

    This is a landing net I just completed in walnut and white oak. This was a tricky project! Took me a couple of attempts to get the clamping form just right, as well as the size of the handle and the thickness of the strips. But now that I've done it once, I plan to make one or two more from some...
  18. Smoke

    Another ArtBox. This one started out with 3/4" Walnut lumber x 36" long which I cut to width (3.25") and then cut a recess for the Myrtlewood panel that wraps around the middle (about 3/8" deep x 2" wide). After that dried, I cut a kerf for the 1/4" ply bottom and then mitered the pieces. I...
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  19. Media Cabinet

    Media cabinet I made about 5 years ago. I left the back open for ventilation and so I could easily reach the wires. Made entirely of QS white oak. Drawer inside height was made to hold DVD's on their sides.
  20. Tom Turkey Trophy Box

    A few months a go my father-in-law wanted a box to keep his turkey beards in. He is an avid turkey hunter, and didn't have anyplace to keep his beards. He was also worried about any insects getting to them, and eating them. It started out as he just wanted a cigar box (I smoke cigars but not...
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