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  1. Board Cabinet

    This cabinet has the sole purpose of storing table leaves (or boards). There are thirteen leaves here…they fit into a quarter sawn white oak extension table I also made. The drawer on top is to store things like table cloths and silverware. The wood is reclaimed wormy chestnut from a tobacco...
  2. Vanity -- Wormy hickory, pecan, homemade stain

    Made this vanity for a beach condo out of wormy hickory for the case and pecan for the top and back splash. My original intent was to create a gray beachwood effect by staining it with a solution of steel wool and vinegar. First coat created a nice light gray effect. I then put the solution...
  3. Wormy Maple Octogon Poker Table

    This table stands about 30 inches high, made from wormy maple. The table top has a plywood substrate and then is banded and topped with the maple. Walnut inlays at the joints. It is pretty solid. Finished with wipe on poly.
  4. Wormy Barn Board Bath Cabinet

    Made a bathroom cabinet out of wormy barn board elm and maple. Soft close drawer slides and drawers, finger joints in drawers, lap joints in doors and drawer fronts, and a counter top with several different species. A vessel sink will be sitting in the middle once it is installed.
  5. Wormy Birch Burl Bowl

    In 1990, I had a very large birch burl sawn into 3 and 4-inch slabs. Most of it was turned in the next few years. But I left one slab outside under cover. Earlier this year, I cut that slab up for bowl blanks and found it had been thoroughly infested with small beetle larvae. This makes for some...
  6. Wormy Box Elder Burl Bowl

    Another in the series of wormy burl bowls. This one is box elder. With pieces like this, I sometimes agonize over whether to apply a finish. On the one hand, I know a finish will offer some protection against dirty, oily hands and will make the colour and figure pop. On the other hand, I love...
  7. Wormy Persimmon and Mahogany Cabinet.

    Media cabinet made of wormy Persimmon and Mahogany. Quartersawn Mahogany top, door panels are aged copper veneer. Recessed Xenon puck lights with concealed switch.
  8. Chestnut end table and magazine rack

    I had some wormy chestnut wood stored in some rafters and chose this as a Christmas project for the wife. I actually had a non-wormy chestnut 2×4 that I made the legs out of. The top and sides was actually wood given to me by a co-worker so I really saved some money there! This was actually...
  9. Rustic Modern Walnut Crotch Table

    My take on a crotch table with the required butterfly inlays. I decided to give it a modern touch with the rotated triangles as legs. It is definitely a conversation piece. The triangles attach to the crotch by mating slots. Not a nail or screw in the entire table. I added a wider foot to...
  10. WAKE UP AND BE AWESOME

    Found this quote online a while back and didn't have anything to work on today sooo… Used a piece of old wormy hickory from the barn floor and stenciled the letters on. Painted them black and teal for the Jags. Screwed it onto my ceiling after clear coating it so now I have some motivation...
  11. Cribbage Board Box

    Running out of people I know that play Cribbage so this might be the last one for awhile. Same basic design as my others, but I really like the wood combination. Ambrosia (wormy) Maple, Curly Maple and Walnut. Finished with wipe-on Poly
  12. Wormy chestnut table

    Here's a small rustic table made from wormy chestnut. Over several years I accumulated this chestnut from different sources. One leg really didn't match once I exposed the underlying wood. Thanks to some advice from LJs, I was able to better blend the one off-colored leg with a mixture of two...
  13. End Tables

    Here are two end tables I built. One was cherry, the other walnut.
  14. Wormy Alder Picture frame

    Please excuse the picture quality, all I had was my cell phone. Wormy Alder Picture frame I made for the FIL. The wood ( stored in a lumber rack) went through a flood. A month or two later there was a flurry of wings and what I had left was beautiful if somewhat dusty stuff. Joints are mortise...
  15. Single Board Side Table

    I saw this table that Michael Pekovic presented in Fine Woodworking magazine and was immediately taken with it's simple elegance and beauty. I was unsure whether I had the capacity to create such a fine piece of furniture, but did have the desire. Once I began to assemble it and found that all...
  16. Drill Press Cabinet from scrap

    I've been wanting to make this cabinet for quite some time now. I've been on a shop-organizing kick lately and thought this would be a good way to use up some spalted, wormy, punky lumber that I didn't want to turn into firewood, and also get all my drilling-related tools and accessories in one...
  17. A bed with meaning!

    Finally finished my bed. The wood is reclaimed, wormy hickory (we believe). It was the floor of the barn in which I began woodworking in Cuba, NY. It was a lot of work tearing up the boards, cleaning them and removing all the nails, planing the boards and then designing the bed itself with my...
  18. Spice Rack

    I made this spice rack for a friend of mine. She had a spice rack (over her stove) where the drawers pulled straight out and she couldn't read the labels. I made this up for her as the drawers pull down on a 45 degree angle. They latch in the back with strong earth magnets. The unit fits right...
  19. Mission style sideboard

    Wormy red oak with walnut plugs. Got lucky and could bookmatch some of it. Made the mortises by drilling a hole then using a steel square key that i had drilled out and hammering it down.
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