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  1. Workshop Rhybeka's SheShop(tm pending)

    in the process of being built!
  2. tweety

    ..for all the ladies who feel like girls ..for their children .. .. and for children of all great friends of this great site:)
  3. How to make an Up-Cycled Pallet wood Sliding Barn Door

    My kids are avid gamers, and since we moved in to our house they have had their gaming rigs setup in a finished portion of our basement. The problem was that the basement had be modestly finished with simulated wood (read ugly) paneling and the bi-fold door that separated the space from the...
  4. New designs .. Tango .. Hunter .. and..

    1. Motif Tango 2. Motif Hunter 3. and motif Ramadan ul Mubarak.. the Arabic calligraphy, dedicated Festive month of my Muslim friends
  5. wooden Squirt hand paddles

    I made these about 5 years ago before I really go into the finer sides of woodworking but paddle making came up on one of the lists so I'm adding them for those who might want to make a set. They were made from 1/4 thick ash planed down to 1/6 after joined. I then added Dynel fabric which has a...
  6. You Name It - This Week's Woodstuffs

    These are a few of the items made and shipped this week. I use a 1974 Craftsman bandsaw with an eighth inch blade. Sand to 320 grit. They measure 5/8×5/8×2-4 inches, and are finished with three coats of lacquer. The woods pictured are Figured Cuban Mahogany, Cherry, Narra (amboyna), Paduak...
  7. Small shelf or???

    Well I been kinda busy cleaning up the old vise I recently recieved from a friend, but in the midst of this I was also working on a small storage shelf for possibly drill bits? or something!!. The main problem is I always tend to wander around in circles when I get free time in the shop and...
  8. Walnut Belt Buckle

    First buckle (001/10). Working out the idea in a beautiful piece of Walnut. It is sanded to 600 grit, finished with three coats of wipe on poly, waxed and buffed. I am hoping to start making these in all types of figured hardwoods. I have saved some nice little chunks for something special...
  9. Wacked Out Mahogany Mirror

    Funky African Mahogany Mirror. Hung by piano wire, so you can adjust the tilt however you want. There really is no crooked way to hang it. 35 inches long, 20 inches wide.
  10. Table Saw Storage

    Here is a solution I came up with for capturing the storage potential under my contractor saw… Dust collection comes to the cupboard under saw… the back up the saw needs to be sealed up to create more velocity and targeted DC. The far right bottom drawer will be used to store saw blades… a...
  11. Wooden Soccer Ball

    long time ago I saw a similar project posted on here, so I decided to give it try… I mean it look simple and awesome. If I find the original link I make sure to post it on here, he deserve to take the credit for this piece. hes was much better looking,
  12. Kitchen corner bench for a nook

    This is a corner bench for a clients kitchen nook, they wanted one that did not have a corner section since they do not have alot of room. Making without the 45 degree section proved to be a little trickier than I thought. I huess this is why you can't buy one without one. John Visit my blog...
  13. My Wife's Toolbox

    Many years ago I made this toolbox for my wife which turned out to be one of the best presents I gave her. She wrote this article about it: My Tool Box By Candy Meacham My husband Jack is a woodworker and all-around handyman. He does most all the work on the house, the cars as well as a vast...
  14. How to build a router table for Woodworking for under $10 in 10 minutes

    Click here for YouTube tutorial video Learn how to build a router table for Woodworking for under $10 in this woodworking video for beginners. This simple router table is a good starting point for people who are learning woodworking or even the professional looking for a quick site setup. For...
  15. Walnut Name Tags

    This is a new product I am developing. The letters are kind of abstract. I haven't worked out all the letters, shapes and combinations yet, but I am excited about it. These names are little bigger round than a No.2 Ticonderoga pencil. Pretty close to the blade work. I use my Model 93 scroll saw...
  16. Party Candle Holder

    This is a Project that I done awhile back as well. I call it a party Candle holder, I'm not sure the orginial Name of this project, The orginal Design is from Steve Good At The Scroll Saw workshop, so All Credit goes to him. I enjoyed the Small Table i thought I would Cut it out myself. Tech...
  17. Mustang Pony Coat Rack

    This week I made myself a Mustang Pony coat rack, it's made from White Oak and stained with Minwax Golden Oak finish. I painted the lettering and Shaker pegs Black, to give it some contrast. I designed the project in Vectric Aspire and carved it on the X-Carve CNC router. I used a 90 degree...
  18. Tool Cabinet for a Workbench

    I found these plans in the 2006 fine woodworking. I needed to build the finger joint jig as this was the first time I used them. I also change up the size slightly but other then that it was per the instructions. I'm very happy with the design and final product, works great for me. I used...
  19. Completed kitchen Nook with table....

    For more detail visit: http://7kcraftsman.blogspot.com/ Dont mind all the dusty handprints…..... John
  20. Arts & Crafts Framing Samples

    My girlfriend went to Framer's Workshop in Berkeley to get some glass for the poster frame I recently made her, and she came back with the glass and a job offer. Kirstie, the owner, needs a local woodworker to make customer frames. She asked me to make up some samples, so I ran home and...
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