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  1. Maloof Sculpted Table

    I finally got this thing started and complete. I was initially going to do it last fall but got busy getting some woodworking done for a gallery and then got busy on other projects. This is my first sculpted table and I am pleased with it. It was not too difficult and, as with all projects, I...
  2. Craftsman Style End Table

    I built this end table to replace a very old table that had seen better days. The table is a craftsman style table that was built using quartersawn white oak and soft maple for the drawer. Carcass construction is mortise and tenon, while half blind dovetails were used for the drawer...
  3. Heat Gun Stand

    My wife is a Stampin-UP demonstrator/manager, and needed a safe place to put her heat gun, while in use, and for storing safely while it cooled down. So I put together a prototype in white MDF, and once we settled on small changes, I made the final in some oak scrap pieces I had. A couple coats...
  4. Three Leg Chair

    This chair was a bit of an experiment and an opportunity to practice bent laminations and making a carved seat. It is made from re-used mahogany baseboard, door casing and door jams. The baseboard and casing were planed down to about 1/4 inch or so and used for the bent laminations. While...
  5. Kentucky Derby Drink Serving Tray

    Mint Julep, anyone? Just finished attaching the handles to take this to a Kentucky Derby Party in a few minutes! This serving tray, or drink tray measures 12-inches x 16.5-inches (plus the handles) x 2.5-inches tall and is made of wood species that are all native to Kentucky: 4/4 Walnut, White...
  6. Tea Table

    Looking back on the last challenge I found that I really rushed through my entry and it was not as well planned as I had originally envisioned. I knew it wasn't my best and needed nobody to tell me that. The influence of LumberJocks made me well aware of the fact that I could do better. With...
  7. Crab Apple hiker

    This hiking stick was made from a back yard trimmed crab apple branch. The handle is made with two white tailed deer brow tines stacked on ready rod [threaded rod] along with walnut . Leather spacers seperate the pieces. You can grip this handle loosely and the two brow tines pervent your hand...
  8. Woodworking Skill Share
    Hello all, I'm looking for some more help of the ever popular topic of finishing. I will be turning several burls (amboyna, maple, mallees) and I want to apply a glossy finish that will help bring out the grain similar to triferns pieces. I was leaning towards a wipe-on ploy and I was...
  9. Blogs
    Nautilus Shells Putting the finish on my Nautilus Shell project today. Jullie helped to design the base for the shell to sit on. Should be able to post pictures of my first Lumberjocks project later this week.
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