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  1. Computer Desk

    Saw a computer desk in FWW magazine. Liked it … but it was a little more complex than I wanted or wanted to tackle. So, I drew my own plans, changed the construction methods and the look to suit my personal needs and taste. I was talking it up with a co-worker one day (who posts on this site)...
  2. Testing different Stains on White Pine wood

    I done some experimenting with several different stains on White Pine, I have including the video here. I hope this helps somebody, thanks for checking out my video. You can also see more details on my Instructables we site page, click the link below...
  3. Pine is beautiful as long as its finished to look like pine

    People for some reason seem to have an adversity to projects made from pine. I use to believe that it was good for nothing but pallets, creates, and building studs. However; i also remember being a young wood worker (about 14 yrs old)and my Father making the statement that Pine is a beautiful...
  4. Hanging Nonesuch Cabinet

    This little cabinet is, like the splay legged table, a great canvas to express yourself as a craftsman. The variety of shelf/drawer combinations is nearly endless, as are the decorative inlay possibilities. It is made from air dired quartersawn white pine, bog spruce, spanish cedar, cherry...
  5. 68-inch Round and Rustic Dining Table

    With this being the third table I have built, I wanted to do something special to challenge my skills while producing a fixture in my home that my family could enjoy for years to come. Over the course of nearly three months, squeezing in time on weekends and evenings, I build this 68-inch round...
  6. We Stand US Flag | CNC Project

    This week I made a Flag on my CNC router, "WE STAND". I was raised in School to stand for the flag, and National Anthem. With all the talk about certain Football players taking a knee during the National Anthem, I had to make this. It's made from White Pine wood and hand painted. We stand, if...
  7. Details of Walnut Curiosities Cabinet

    Air Dried Quarter Sawn Walnut, White Pine, Crotch Walnut Locally Harvested Built on Commission You guys are always supportive and I appreciate your comments. Happy new year! Warmly, Scott
  8. 1st project ever: canoe paddle

    This was my very first attempt at woodworking, about 3 years ago now. I still mostly work with handtools because I haven't enough money to buy any power tools. I bought a jigsaw, and a random orbital sander, but still always return to my cheap spokeshave, #5 plane, and lately a #3 smoothing...
  9. Octagonal Art Box

    Octagonal Art Box Box number 33 in my recent box series. This is number 15 in my Adventures into Shape. I'm going with "Octagonal Art Box" but I had a few other titles including "Elegant Monstrosity" or "Monstrous Elegance" among others. I might rename it later. This is the first octagonal box...
  10. Western Lodge Log Bed

    This is our first log bed (since starting North Country Rustics) and I truly believe this is my Hubby's best work yet. We work together on most projects but I'm usually the creative force and he's the brute force. Not this time though…My husband really knew what he wanted. He worked slowly...
  11. Wall hanging cabinets

    My first attempt to build standard kitchen wall hanging cabinets. These will be for a newly remodeled garage space. I employed some basic cabinet construction fundamentals found on the internet with the idea that if I ended up with a successful build, I would someday replace all the cabinets...
  12. Ahab’s shelf

    …or a one-legged table. Because of my day job, I usually hate naming things and I'm not good at it. My wonderfully patient wife identified that the stuff I like keeping by the door was taking over the kitchen counter. Since this is a high-traffic intersection, a small freestanding shelf would...
  13. Tool Chest

    Hello. This is my tool chest I finished back a few months ago. If anyone is seeing this for the first time I have a blog I wrote about the entire build. http://lumberjocks.com/CartersWhittling/blog/series/4735 The chest is roughly 38" wide, 22" long (front to back) and 24" deep (top to...
  14. Jaxson's book rack

    Hi Everyone Here is Jaxson's book rack, Me and Cindy where partners in crime on this one. Jaxson is Cindy's grandson, and a very special little boy. The rack is made of 200 yr old or older white pine, I helped to remove it from where it was taken down, which was about 6 feet from a...
  15. Pine Bathroom Vanity

    Here is a bathroom vanity we finished this week…The idea was to design a vanity that would be an accent piece in a western style decor, but it would fit many styles… It is made entirely of White Pine and features frame and raised panel construction… It is 36" tall… The finish is a base coat of a...
  16. Quilt Rack-Basic

    A basic quilt rack for our daughter, from southern pine, after unfinished dryfit, took apart to finish with Minwax water based Walnut stain and sealer. Left apart to ship.
  17. Solid White Pine Dining Table Top w/a Rippled Grain - 3" x 45" x 10'

    This is a profject that we are really proud to show. It is a White Pine Slab Table Top that is 3" x 45" x 10' long. The White Pine table top is made of two 3" thick kiln dried Pine slabs that we joined together, then stabilized with inlayed iron bars on the underside of the table top to avoid...
  18. Plant Stand / Small Table

    Had some wood left from making my coffee and end table and decided to do a round version to go in the corner of the dining room. Honestly, not my favorite table, but it works for now. I think my next version will have tapered legs and a drawer added where the apron is.
  19. Saw Till

    Well I had a need in my shop. I use hand saws a lot in my work but this is the way I used to store my beloved collection Getting to the saw I wanted was always a hassle, I had to juggle through them like I was dealing from a deck of cards, I hated it. Finally the time was right to build...
  20. LOUIS XV REPRODUCTION ARMOIRE

    This French Canadian reproduction armoire took me all of last summer to complete. I used eastern white pine throughout and finished the armoire in milk paint and linseed oil. The original piece is in a museum in Quebec City and is considered to be an excellent North American example of the...
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