Hi Guys; I’ve been keeping crazy hours . but I have been working on the cabinet. I figured I would post it when I got done. I did keep daily updates and progress photos on my website. If your tired of waiting go here: http://www.prowoodworkingtips.com/Building_a_Small_Entertainment_Center.html I am not under any duress, and no one is forcing me to say that!LOL Lee
Well I think I met my match! My current wife, ( I”m considering trading her in), always says I never build anything for her, or as she would say US. (yeah right). A while back our projection screen television committed suicide. So we bought a flat screen model that hangs on the wall. Of course all the “stuff” that used to sit on top of the previous T.V. cabinet was demoted to sitting on the floor. Thus, the need for a cabinet to sit below the new unit, and house the...
Hi everyone; I just wanted to congratulate our fellow L.J., Dennis Zongker, for having his “Griffin End Table” published in the Dec. ‘08 issue of C.W.B. ( Custom Woodworking Business) Magazine. pgs. 26 & 27 http://www.iswonline.com/ArticleLanding/tabid/67/Default.aspx?tid=2&heading=Design%20Portfolio&modid=517&ContentID=17970 In an article appropriately titled; “An End Table to End All End Tables”, Dennis’s table is shown in two bea...
I know you guys are excited... giver' a visit on those internets! http://www.myspace.com/woodchoppintime Highly recommended by ChaCha.com”Chad Stanton is the guy that you see in the videos from www.woodchoppintime.com. You should check out his myspace page. Its funny.” Sign up for to be my friend. I Love this place!!!!Keep those emails a-comin’. You guys are the best!!! Many “pickles” on the horizon! Peace out.
This entry is a quick heads up regarding another great video interview by Neil Lamens. Neil & Gigi recently went on a road trip to East Hampton, MA to visit the famed marquetuer Silas Kopf. During the video interview, Silas made of a tulip that Neil “wove” in and out of the discussion. Silas took Neil on a shop tour and introduced us right hand and cabinetmaker Tom Coughlin. While discussing a current cabinet in production, Neil and Silas talk about traveling to visit hi...
Oddly, I have lived for the last couple of years or more without a dining room table. We have utilized a fold-out picnic table for the purpose of this necessity, though we rarely eat at home anyway (anyone want to have us over for dinner?). We used to have a dining room table. We bought an excellent bargain at an antique sale – it was an old-ish appearing oaken table about 6 feet long and 2 feet wide. It had some very heavy, solid members of 8/4 stock – presumably White Oak....
Hi Everyone, Apparently the dining room table came up in the rotation, because a few comments were made yesterday. Instead of adding a blog regarding it’s construction, I’ll just post this link to my website, which covers the details in depth. Part one http://www.prowoodworkingtips.com/Build_A_Dining_Room_Table.html There are three parts, which are linked at the bottom of the page. I hope you enjoy it. Lee
No it was not an offer of free wood. A posting on one of my blogs last night was a offer of most immense proportions. The offer was to allow me to use his shop and his time to work on a project for my wife. Here was his offer I immediately responded yes. The LumberJock was none other than our respected Lee Jesberger I mean here was a LumberJock that built 36 kitchens for one customer. Here was a LumberJock that built a $100,000 kitchen for another customer. He was allowing me to be h...
Did I mention how over my head I am with this project? Well after taking a week off from woodworking between a trip to Vegas and not being able to work in the shop due to the smokey air in the Sacramento area I am back to work. Now that I have the laminations glued up I needed to figure out a way to trim them down to finished width. I intentionally glued the laminations up at 3 1/2” knowing that I needed to yield a 2 1/2” wide leg. This was a challenge since I couldn’t u...
A veneered curly koa, James Krenov style cabinet on a sculpted, curved leg, stand. The doors are bookmatched with a strip of sapwood down the middle. The turned Gaboon ebony handles accent the koa’s colors. This was a joint project with expert woodworker and friend, Jack Hutchison from Houston TX. and it was built in six days. But first I want to thank everyone who visited and responded to my last blog; A very large walnut and walnut burl credenza I’ve admired Jack’...
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