Nail polish storage

This project I made fo my friend birthday. She have small manicure business and I decided to make Greene and Greene style nail polish wall storage. I used sapele and padauk, ebony for the splines and pegs. I decided to add inlay with mother of the pearl and silver...
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Three Wooden Spatulas – Burning The Midnight Oil

So, these are my christmas gifts for 2015. These went out to my sisters and mother today, very well received. Overall a simple project based off the oak spoon in picture 3, something my mother liked and picked up at a store at some point, and I decided I could do...
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Morris Chairs and foot stools

Hello all!I just finished a project of two white oak Morris chairs and two foot stools. I used red mahogany stain for the finish. The table is one of two I made a year or so ago from red oak. Made them before I had a mortising machine! I’m an old woodworking...
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The Cleverest Waitress In The World

We don’t know. We just don’t know. The origin of the term “Lazy Susan” was probably in the 20th century … it was used to promote Ovington’s $ 8.50 mahogany “Revolving Server or Lazy Susan” in a 1917 Vanity Fair ad. That ad also stated that the device was “the...
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White oak table top

White oak table I built for a store. It’s 48” across. Skirt and legs are made of poplar that the store owner wanted to paint themselves. Top is put together with biscuits and cut the circle with my band saw. Skirt and legs are mortise and tenon. The top is...
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What Tools You Need For Woodworking

It is really easy to get confused by the massive amounts of other devices there are for woodworking demands. If you are new to woodworking and are requirement of some tools, it's best to recognize very first which tools you will certainly need and which brand names to...

Beech and Walnut Workbench

Wanted to share the work bench that I had built. I decided that I was going to be a purist and use only traditional hand tools on this, and I did. (Mostly) all of the dimensioning of the lumber was done at a mill, but other than that I used all hand tools. the most...

DIY Wood – Folding Stool

With two pieces of pine and easy tools, make this easy-to-store seat. Perfect picnic. A folding stool or two is perfect for a picnic in the park – or your backyard. To make a matching table, just upsize the stool components. This easy job made from two pieces of...

Sanding Belt Lapping Jig

You can chew up a great deal of sandpaper flattening an airplane iron, a big sculpt or the bottom of an aircraft. It makes good sense to make use of paper that lasts a very long time-- like a sanding belt. If you cut a belt to lay open, it will not sit flat, due to...

Easy Woodworking Plans For Any type of Ability Degree

How To Find Simple Woodworking Plans For Beginners It doesn't really matter if you've practiced woodworking for many years or if you're still a rookie, you can always have use for some easy woodworking plans. It will be much easier for you to finish your projects if...

Woodworking Magazines

Woodworking publications are excellent resource products for woodworking lovers. The typical magazine consists of do-it-yourself projects, from basic tasks such as chairs and tables to more complicated ones such as racks and bed frames. Product evaluations,...

An Idea for Handsawing Rabbets & Sliding Dovetails

I have actually been reducing a whole lot of large-scale moving dovetails and rabbets recently. And when these housed joints reach a particular dimension (think of a dovetail outlet that is 4" broad and 30" long) it's far more efficient to saw out the walls manually....

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