Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'bog'

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My first Bog Oak

12-04-2015 05:02 PM by TonnyS | 8 comments »

Found what looks like a Oak on construction site, called the company and they were happy to get rid of it, lucky me :)

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First Commissioned Piece #5: Finished but not finished...

09-27-2007 05:56 AM by Ethan Sincox | 4 comments »

Finished but not finished? What does that mean? It means I spent some time this evening applying two coats of garnet shellac and then rubbing out the finish with Renaissance wax and steel wool, but I’m not done with the interior divider, so the box isn’t finished! But I thought I’d throw up a couple of pictures to show you the progress so far. Oh, the red jasper cab is not glued into the lid yet, but the fit is so tight I don’t have to worry about it falling ou...

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First Commissioned Piece #4: Give a box a top...

09-26-2007 06:33 AM by Ethan Sincox | 2 comments »

Back in the shop this evening… I’ve made some headway on the box, with just a minor adjustment here and there. For starters, I took my (really cheap) flush cut saw and cut the miter keys flush to the sides of the box. One of these days, I’ll need to break down and pay the shipping for the flush cut Japanese saw Lee Valley has; in one of the last Woodworking Magazine issues, they reviewed flush cut saws and that one came out tops. But that shipping cost of $10 for a $22...

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First Commissioned Piece #3: Keyed miters

09-25-2007 06:22 AM by Ethan Sincox | 7 comments »

The box so far:- I’ve dimensioned the lumber and cut the miters- I cut the lid and bottom panels to size, cut rabbets into the lid, and glued suede cloth to the inside of the bottom panel and veneered a piece of white oak to the outside of the bottom panel- I inlaid the bog oak square and cut the oval for the red jasper cab- I glued up the box That takes us to this… You can see some of the nail and worm holes in the sides and lid; I could have left that out of the design, bu...

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