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Recent Forum Topics

CAUGHT UP ON PAINTING AND TODAYS WORK

Bragging Rights Today, 02:22 AM
Been really lethargic today ,Seems like I'm getting started when half the days over with.[attachment=23286:003.jpg][attachment=23288:006.jpg]
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Boy Scout Patch

Pattern Requests Today, 12:13 AM
Help.I have a Good friend who is a Scout Master.I have done work for him in the past.Now he has asked me to make 4 plaques of this patch.I have done several plaques of patches in the past with the Scouts permisson.And I have it to do this one.But I just can't get a handle on it.HELP
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A different kind of rocker

Other Woodworks Yesterday, 11:59 PM
Saw this on FB and thought it was neat.
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Deer on the run

Bragging Rights Yesterday, 11:52 PM
This is from Berry Basket.Made one or two of  this year past.Is a fun pattern to do and just need to make a frame for it.I'M thinking a cedar frame well look nice.They are hard to sale at a craft because of the size of it
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Wooden ,five pointed stars

Other Woodworks Yesterday, 11:45 PM
I make and sell these five pointed stars using oak and cedar, or walnut.  I make them about ten at a time and have sold nine so far this summer.  This is the most challenging item I make.  Getting the miter angles just right is tricky and can be frustrating.  I make these...
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Recent Gallery Comments

  • Chi

    sawdust1 writes:

    My e-mail is bbhnry@ yahoo.com


  • Remake of Ruby's box

    spirithorse writes:

    Great work!
    Thanks for sharing and God Bless! Spirithorse


  • Kiss The Scroller

    Doug writes:

    Words taken from a pattern by Chachi111769


  • image

    Falcon writes:

    Wonderful job! My grand daughter would love to have it! May have to make one


  • Remake of Ruby's box

    amazingkevin writes:

    STATE OF THE ART,New generation!


  • 1423314843717

    amazingkevin writes:

    I was looking in your gallery ,you do very nice precision work !


  • What We Can Handle

    LarB writes: Classic!! and very well cut.


  • Chi

    Bendita writes:

    i'VE NEVER SEEN IT FOR SALE !


  • What We Can Handle

    Falcon writes:

    Great!!! Gotta make me one.


  • CircleBox

    Fish writes:

    Very nice work, those corners are perfect,  the wood is beautiful!



Recent Blog Entries

  • Travis's Photo
    Making A Coat Rack

    Travis - Jul 23, 2015 06:57 PM

    So I'm messing around with a new YouTube channel where I show my process of making stuff. Most of it will revolve around woodworking, art, craft, and other geeky things. It should be a lot of fun. If you're a YouTube user, I'd love to have you as a subscriber. I have a few ways you can follow me and my new channel.WebsiteYouTubeFacebookInstagramPinterestI have a few videos now and hope to c...

  • kkrunde's Photo
    Unburied by scroll saw

    kkrunde - Jul 22, 2015 11:09 PM

    We had to quickly clean out our storage unit in the spring and sadly the only place to put the stuff was around all my equipment. But we donated most of the stuff in the last few weeks, so I can finally get to the scroll saw. I want to make a cabin with some trees, but haven't decided yet how I want to go about it. I saw this neat idea to use old, worn boards, cut out the shapes, and then pa...

  • grosa's Photo
    Cigar factory furniture part 12

    grosa - Jun 23, 2015 12:11 AM

    Back to the hall table. Picture 1, 2, 3, shows the pedestal after I pulled off all the tape. At this point it has been stained and 2 coats of pre cat lacquer have been sprayed and sanded. Picture 4, 5, I pre fit the overlay and make marks at the bottom for alignment. Picture 6,7, I use 1/4" MDF on both sides to protect the wood from the clamps. I am only applying the overlay on one side at a ti...

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    Cigar factory furniture part 11

    grosa - Jun 16, 2015 11:02 PM

    It's time to get back to the conference table and finish the arm rail. The granite is done and Ron and I made the paper template. It was dark in the shop that day because it was raining all day. Picture 1, I setup the router and tramel to cut the outside edge of the rail. I did it in three passes with a single flute bit to remove material quickly. Picture 2, a close up of the first cut. Picture...

  • grosa's Photo
    Cigar factory furniture part 10

    grosa - Jun 09, 2015 12:11 AM

    Making the base. Picture 1, this is the Sapele lumber I am using for the base. It is prepared on the jointer, planer, wide belt sander. Picture 2, It's cut into the size I need. Picture 3, some of these pictures are a little blurry because the camera was not on the right setting but you will get the idea. After cutting the 45's on the ends I use a Hoffmann machine to pull the miters together. T...

  • grosa's Photo
    From: Turnings for an island

    grosa - Jun 07, 2015 05:12 PM

    These turnings were 3" x 3" x 34", Poplar. I designed the template and cut it out on the scroll saw. Put the template on the Vega duplicator and turned them. About 1 1/2 hours. Source: Turnings for an Iisland

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