Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'unfinished'

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Life sized tasks

08-11-2013 11:15 PM by JustaLilJoinery | 2 comments »

Well I haven’t gotten any scale work done BUT I do have my bookshelf 3/4 done. It was a gaping hole in my wall from where I moved a closet short (don’t worry I had 3 in a row..Yes, 3 closets 3’ deep and from 3 – 6’ long each! In a row! No deval on the house there) in order to make room for a bigger kitchen on the other side and turned the remainder into the concept of a built in shelf…That was a few years ago…It sat with the materials laid up on the ...

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Murphy wall bed Build - Day 2

10-03-2009 02:07 PM by Chris Davis | 0 comments »

Got a lot done yesterday. All parts cut, banded, edges cleaned up and panels processed. I have all but trim building completed on the beds and haven’t started on the bookcases yet. I plan on getting this completely finished today. Luckly I don’t have to stain and apply a finish. It is shipping unfinished. Here is the raw videos:Spriggs cut ripSpriggs BandingSpriggs re-cutCutting light holesVerticalsSpriggs HeaderSpriggs CrownSpriggs CenterSpriggs Face Building Pictures ...

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Murphy wall bed Build

10-02-2009 01:56 PM by Chris Davis | 0 comments »

Today I’ll be building a pair of murphy wall with a bookcase separating them. This will be the version I call the Hudson Bay. It is our simple Alpine with some molding added to the face. I use a stock molding found at a local hardwood supplier. They will be built unfinished in maple. The customer will finish it themselves. The bookcase I plan on making it a little shorter and a little shallower in depth then the two murphy beds. I am doing this so that the crown molding will w...

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Michael Rea Exhibit in Virginia

03-19-2008 03:49 PM by Olaf Gradin | 2 comments »

Beginning in April, Michael Rea's fantastic visions of unreality will be on display at the Contemporary Art Center in Virginia. I bring this dose of culture to the Lumberjocks because of Mr. Rea’s preferred medium of temporal materials – unfinished wood, for instance. “Standing on the shoulders of other people’s dreams could perhaps be the most pathetic of all dreams. The intent of my work is to create something short of its outcome. My goal is to create the idea of...

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