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Gun Showcase/Coffee Table #1: Gun showcase/Coffee Table

243 days ago by vpbarnwood | 1 comment »

Here is an idea for gun owners that don’t have a gun case or space for a wall gun case. That being said it is not just for guns, you can display just anything that will fit in the case, such as coins, knick knacks, precious mementos. The dimensions are 5’ by 2’ by 18” when it will be finished. There will also be a drawer under the showcase in the center of the table. The wood used is reclaimed barn wood from my barn.

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My Journey As A Scroll Saw Pattern Designer #1173: New Projects Completed! Time To Write Pattern Packets!

243 days ago by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 4 comments »

I will get right down to business this morning because I have a LOT that I want to accomplish today! I pretty much finished up the new ornaments and today I need to write instructions for the pattern packet, as well as the ornaments that I showed earlier this week and the “Gloria” candle tray that was featured in the holiday issue of Scrollsaw Woodworks and Crafts magazine so I can get everything on the website and do the site update. Here are pictures of the “Gloria&#...

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Whole House Remodel #3: Large home made moldings

247 days ago by Craftsman on the lake | 5 comments »

Here are a few pictures, from the past couple of days, of the sequence of making moldings and of them put up. I don’t know how large fancy moldings are made but this was my solution to doing it. The ogee’s are made with one router bit then stacked on top of each other. The large partial cove moldings are made with Rockler’s table saw crown molding maker. It is a nicely made jig that lets you set up your table saw to cut into wood using the round blade to gouge out a large co...

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Carving face. #2: The last part of carving face.

247 days ago by Snycerz | 0 comments »

Here is the 3rd part of making a face relief. I’ll not write to much, just enjoy the short movie ;) MOVIE

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American School of French Marquetry #1: New : Marquetry, veneering, finishing forum

250 days ago by Patricelejeune | 4 comments »

I have been revamping and upgrading the American School of French Marquetry website lately and we just launched a forum for everyone to use post and ask questions or help others in this fields.As any Forum we need people to start and to make this forum an alive place. Please help us make this forum a place that could contribute to raise the quality of work for our Lumberjocks community. http://americanschooloffrenchmarquetry.com/asfm/index.php/marquetry-forum

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help #1: framing

256 days ago by Jim Earl | 4 comments »

I need help on finding the right size, angles and depth for my framing. My picture needs to overall be 11” tall and 14” wide. Right now my picture is 9 1/2’’ tall and 12” wide, with a depth of 3/8” deep on the grove. can anyone hel-p me please my mind is not working to good lately. Please help if you can. Thank You Jim Earl

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RR2 Tribute guitar

266 days ago by Lee Leitner | 2 comments »

Started this guitar project for a friend of mine that has a band in Nashville. It is taking a while since I work offshore 4 weeks on and 4 weeks off. The body is curly maple and wenge laminate. The top plate will be wenge with purple heart accents. Doing all the electronics (except the pickups) myself. Here are the raw materials Neck glue up Shape of things to com. Used a band saw to cut general shape. Spoke shave and rasps for the final shape. Getting the c...

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THE BLANKET CHEST PERSUASION

282 days ago by TDog | 1 comment »

QUESTION: HOW VERSATILE IS A LARGE BLANKET CHEST OR BOX? 15 Century Chest above My opinion…EXTREMELY! Antique Pennsylvania Chest above Here are my thoughts on the simple, large, well built CHEST, dovetailed nicely or fastened with glue and screws. By the way, the items shown here I would not dare call “simple” as the craftsmen have certainly taken time and care and worked hard and meticulously for which I have much respect. 1. The Toy Box2. The Family Blanket ...

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Old gems #3: old hacksaw

282 days ago by Gibernak | 8 comments »

Just a little thing from a wood and tool beginner. I found this old hack saw in my fathers summerhouse. It from the former owner of the house, an old bicycle mechanic. It was very rusty so I put it in citric acid and. The handle was pretty poor so I made a new, a bit more fancy. I finished the handle with shellac. I’s the first time I made and used shellac. That stuffs surprisingly easy to use and the result is very nice. Its not the last time I will use ...

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My Journey As A Scroll Saw Pattern Designer #1147: A Little Work - A Little Play

291 days ago by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 7 comments »

I often write about the importance of balance in our lives. I think the subject comes up so often (at least for me) because achieving balance isn’t something that just happens and then we are done with it. It is something that needs to be adapted as a lifestyle and attended to continuously. As soon as we forget about trying to keep a balance, something always seems to come along to upset things and throw them out of kilter. But that is just how life is. I often have aspirations of...

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