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Sweeping Juniper Coffee Table #5: First Stage of Turquoise Inlay is complete

2169 days ago by Tim & Candy Hicks | 13 comments »

We have fninshed the first step in the Turquoise inlay process, I was really surprised how the color really pops out. We are waiting on our sandpaper to arrive and once it gets here we can get these tables completed

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Piano Bench #1: Design

2171 days ago by ytsejamr | 8 comments »

Well, I might as well give this whole blog thing a try. I’ve been having a hard time picking my next project. I have so many things I could make, but really nothing pressing. There is a large “honey-do” list, so I asked the wife what I should make next. She said “piano bench”. Our neighbors gave us their upright piano a couple years ago, but they didn’t give us a bench. Once again, I’m going to use this as practice for furniture building. ...

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Sweeping Juniper Coffee Table #4: Sanding on the juniper base

2178 days ago by Tim & Candy Hicks | 1 comment »

As you can see, all the crevices have been sandblasted, the gray wood has been taken down to the rich wood grain and the gold is turning to blonde. This has been sanded with an electric sander and now I have about half a day of handsanding to make sure there are not any scratches, then it will be time ot build the legs. There is something very alluring about the movement of this wood, it can be so wild looking, yet so calm that it just pulls you in.

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Sweeping Juniper Coffee Table #3: Sanding on the juniper base

2178 days ago by Tim & Candy Hicks | 0 comments »

As you can see, all the crevices have been sandblasted, the gray wood has been taken down to the rich wood grain and the gold is turning to blonde. This has been sanded with an electric sander and now I have about half a day of handsanding to make sure there are not any scratches, then it will be time ot build the legs. There is something very alluring about the movement of this wood, it can be so wild looking, yet so calm that it just pulls you in.

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Juniper Log Table with Stone Inlay Burled Cottonwood Top #2: Workong on stone inlay in the burled top

2178 days ago by Tim & Candy Hicks | 2 comments »

We finished the base and the pedestal, they have both been sprayed with the finish and now the top has been bolted on to the base. So now we are inalying the malachite Tim is using the dremmel tool and cleaning up and soft spots and natural cracks so we can add the stone All the inlay has been set and is now drying When it is all dry we will sand it down and fill in the gaps with a finer crushed stone, sand again and then spray the top

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Juniper Log Table with Stone Inlay Burled Cottonwood Top #1: Putting together a new table idea

2178 days ago by Tim & Candy Hicks | 1 comment »

Here is a coffee table that we are currently working on, this is one of those juniper pieces that we have had laying around forever and it has finally manifested into a neat little coffee table. It will stand aroun 19” tall This table will have a burled cottonwood top and the juniper branch base will be sitting on a cottonwood base as well. This top is almost kidney/bean shaped and has 4 hearts, this will have malachite stone inlay. Sanding off the gold color an...

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Baby Furniture #8: Inlay complete and most of the Poly is done

2187 days ago by Kevin | 4 comments »

My Dad and Grandma came out this weekend. We spent most of the day Saturday looking at baby stuff. You know how Grandma’s eat that up. Consequently, we did not get the crib done this weekend. Oh well, we still had fun. The Inlay – my biggest fear. It wasn’t too bad and was completely horrible all at the same time. I “cheated” on my inlay. I was planning on using Mark’s method and do a lot of the cutting by hand. However, in the interest of time and for t...

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Free-Hand Inlay Pictorial

2205 days ago by thewoodwhisperer | 13 comments »

This is a repost of my inlay process. The original write up was created several years ago, but I figure it would be nice to add to the Lumberjocks archives. I will eventually do a video on this process, but until then, here is a pictorial from 2005. The project is an ottoman tray. It will be a simple piece of 3/4 maple ply with a substantial solid padauk border. The inlay, is a simple interpretation of the sun. So here we go. It all starts with your design. Draw it out exactly how you w...

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Grandpa's Box #2: Panel with Inlay

2219 days ago by gizmodyne | 12 comments »

More ProgressI started the day out by planing the remaining miter keys. The trick is plane down from the corner to avoid blowing out the grain. PanelI picked stock for the panel lid and resawed it to around 3/8”. Yesterday I bought a new blade for cutting the miter keys. I did not have a flat ground blade and wanted one for the miter keys. I used it for cutting the panel grooves and a little ripping. Nice so far.I offset the groove so that I can rabbet the bottom of the panel...

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Simple Square Inlay

2225 days ago by teenagewoodworker | 11 comments »

Hey Everyone, In this episode of the Teen Age Woodworker i will show how i made the square ebony inlay in my hickory picture frames. ! I found this to be an inlay that i was intimidated with in the beginning but turned out to be a really simple inlay to do that anyone can do with a drill and a chisel to get a nice tight fitting inlay. it took so long to get this video out because i was planning another inlay but that project never worked out. so i hope that you enjoy it! Well ...

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