Entryway bench

Entryway bench

    Entryway bench built for a friend from Ana-white plans for Fancy hall tree. Construction is pocket holes, glue and 16 gauge nails in the molding. Materials are Burch plywood and clear pine. 188.00 for materials. Due to blotting issues with pine an...
Panel Gauge Swap with JordanP

Panel Gauge Swap with JordanP

    JordanP and I have had the pleasure of swapping a few items in the past tool and tobacco pipe swaps, so when he asked if I wanted to do a personal tool swap I immediately said “Yes.” He suggested we do panel gauges and, since I did not have a...
BURL ART

BURL ART

    Two blocks of burl were left in my collection for few years. Time has come to work on them with new idea. I connected them by a small branch to make them look like a big tree and then color it to normalize it as real tree. About 20 centimeters tall....
Double Tumbling Block Cutting Board

Double Tumbling Block Cutting Board

    A couple friends recently got married. Their wedding registry showed a simple cutting board. I knew I could do better. Following Steve’s blog (http://woodplans.com/SPalm/blog/23574) I was able to build what you see here. Maple, walnut, and cherry....
Double Urn

Double Urn

    Customer asked me to make it for his Grandparents and wanted frames on it to put pictures in , it is lines in Maroon Velvet Woodworking Projects at LumberJocks.com Read...
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...
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