The is a play on the design of the Danish modern chair designer, Hans Wegner. The original includes a padded leather seat but this one I altered the design to include a handwoven rush pattern seat made of danish cord. The back is 1-1/4" thick solid white oak steam bent to a 11-1/8" radius and...
I made this board a few weeks ago and forgot to post it.
This is the only picture I took of the board before delivery.
I should have checked it first, the picture is not very good quality.
The board is 10" x 16" x 1 1/2" .
Woods are purpleheart, hard maple, and sapele.
As usual the finish is...
For the 2020 LJ Beer Swab, I was given Keeble1's name. I looked around for some inspiration without success until my wife asked if I was planning on saving some scrap 2×4's I was pulling out from a small remodel. She said they just looked nicer than usual and assumed that was why I was pulling...
This is the latest design from Lazy Larry Woodworks.
I was inspired by 'Nahm' on 'This Old House', when I saw the border of a parquetry floor in a 4 storey walkup Brownstone in Brooklyn. You can find inspiration everywhere.
Timber used are New Guinea Rosewood, and European Wild Cherry for the...
Here is my latest project that has been under wraps for a while. It is the piece featured in my FWW article this month. 4 Ways to Make a Panel Pop
Now that it is published I am posting a quick description and some pictures of the project.
This hope chest is a wedding...
Board is 10 1/2×10 1/2
mahogany squares are 1 1/2 inches
longer pieces are made up of 1 1/4×4 1/2 inch oak with 1/8 inch wenge glued to them.
I used my drum sander and dial calipers to make very precise parts.
oak and wenge parts were glued together with titebond polyurethane glue and after...
This is my first attempt at a "woven" style cutting board. This one is for my girlfriend's mother, so I hope she likes it. I have made a couple of the checker board style boards and looked around on this site for more ideas and found this. The woods used were ash, cherry and walnut.
I figured I would share my 15 minutes of fame with my fellow lumberjocks. This month I have an article published in Fine Woodworking on how to make woven panels for furniture and boxes. You can see it here:
4 Ways to Make Panels Pop
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I'm guessing it's photoshopped, or otherwise not real. Why? because looking at the cut… it would take a 30 foot chainsaw to make that cut. Also the large splinter hanging on the side, by the cable. Seems a splinter that big would have fallen off. But I could be wrong. What say you?