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Projects #1: Cedar Chest

04-17-2008 06:26 AM by kbybee | 3 comments »

This is a cedar chest I made my daughter 12 years ago.

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Routing a Sign #1: Setting up the design

09-25-2012 03:07 PM by ~Julie~ | 3 comments »

I make a lot of hand painted signs, but now and then I do a routed sign. They take much longer to complete, but they are just as creative and fun. Someone who saw me at a craft show contacted me to make her a routed sign, so I photographed the process. The finished sign looks like this: Now I’ll explain how the process goes Valerie wanted a basic sign to hang outside that was 18” long. I chose cedar because of it’s ability to last outdoors and I cut a piece...

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My canoe

04-14-2013 07:52 AM by Niels de Ruijter | 3 comments »

My Strongback The word strongback i’ll learnt from reading abbout canoe’s. if it is the wrong word i will learn a new one.These pic’s are fra last year, i have to wait until the spring befor i can go on making the canoe.

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Cedar Chests Project

02-17-2010 05:52 PM by HenryH | 3 comments »

Cedar Chests My latest project is the construction of two solid Cedar blanket chests. The inspiration for this project came from a traditional source, my wife. After another summer of moths eating tiny holes in her winter sweaters she made the suggestion that it would be good to have a Cedar Chest to store her sweaters. I was not enthusiastic because I have built other chest and I was thinking of building something new. But, just a couple of days later a colleague at work approached me about ...

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Slow Days at the Shop. #6: Finally got to those stair rails

12-11-2015 09:36 PM by fatman51 | 3 comments »

Earlier in this series I mentioned a set of stair rails I was supposed to be building for one Mrs Customer, a couple of towns away from my town of Laporte. I got distracted by any number of things and just got back to them this week. The previous stair rails were built to match the existing porch rails. They had deteriorated sufficiently that they had become a hazard and Mrs Customer wanted them replaced in the same style, as her porch rails are in good shape. There were a couple ...

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desk organizer part 1

05-09-2009 07:06 AM by kosta | 3 comments »

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7IjEiW7B0UM IN this video I go over how to design a desk organizer and I talk about the saw dust chronicles contest. www.kostasworkshop.blogspot.co m

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Out door kitchen

02-02-2013 09:28 AM by Pcwoodchipes | 3 comments »

I am in the planing stage on putting in an out door kitchen. I am going to make a work table with a sink in it. I want it to look like a wood shop work bench not like kitchen cabinets. Could some of you give me some hints on getting started?

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3 Strings CBG (cigar box guitar) #1: The beginning

10-15-2012 10:28 PM by FreddyS | 3 comments »

Hi everyone, finally I come back with a blog for a little project I been doing in my free time for the last 2 weeks. As it was bound to happen I think, having been a professional musician for nearly 20 years and now interested in woodworking as a hobby among some other things, finally bit the bullet and started building a CBG (cigar box guitar), and this is the short story, short because there really is not too much to tell as the build can be as simple or complicated as you want it to be....

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Juniper Coffee Table Base #2 #3: Sanblasting

02-10-2009 11:42 PM by Tim & Candy Hicks | 2 comments »

This piece here is smaller and we are able to fit it in the blast cabinet. This is a lot nicer way to work, but man after a few days if this my neck gets a severe kink in it. The blast cabinet. After the red colored wood has been blasted. Now we need to shape the rough edges, sand, add the leg supports and glass supports.

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Burled Juniper Log Floor Lamp #1: Sandblasted ready for sanding

02-10-2009 11:51 PM by Tim & Candy Hicks | 2 comments »

Well, we were invited to be a part of an “By Invitation Only” showroom. It is called Rocky Mountain Design center, located in Evergreen Colorado right of I-70. This is a 25,000sg ft showroom which features all high end lodge type home furnishing, from all of the U.S as well as Tibet, India and Europe. Needless to say this is suppose to be some of the best of the best and we are so thrilled to be a part of it. Anyway we will be renting a 400sq ft space to feature our work, the...

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