Easel #2

Easel #2

    Among my first projects, there is very simple ‘Painting stand’ which is my the most viewed project. Now I’m challenging myself with this table easel I made for my daughter who do painting as relaxation. It’s little complicated...
Mesquite goblet with natural edge

Mesquite goblet with natural edge

    I made this goblet from a nice piece of Mequite that I rescued from a friends BBQ wood pile. The piece stands 12” tall, 4” in diameter at the base and 3” in diameter at the top. The cup is about 4.5 inches deep and the wall thickness is...
Chinese Workbenches– a Little Roman?

Chinese Workbenches– a Little Roman?

    When you begin researching old woodworking tools, it’s the resemblances that are most striking– not the distinctions. Saws, blades and also airplanes– the core tools of the furnishings maker– are just slightly different in the...
A French Cleat Camera Mount

A French Cleat Camera Mount

    After having some issues with camera placement in my shop while video taping I came up with a camera mount that I can place almost anywhere on my walls. Using a spare tripod and some hardware I developed a French Cleat Camera Mount. This video also...
Sea Shell smaller version

Sea Shell smaller version

    Smaller version of the Walnut and Eastern Red Cedar sea shell. Walnut spaced further out from the last previous shell with the same species of wood I used. This one only measures 4.5×4 Woodworking Projects at LumberJocks.com Read...
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