bandsaw box made of yew wood

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Project by Fabian posted 450 days ago 1437 views 0 times favorited 15 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Hi, this is my first project at Lumberjocks and I want to introduce myself. My name is Fabian, I’m from Germany.

I have a very small shop, it’s only a table with some benchtop tools. So I make little things like small boxes, some scroll saw work, candle holders etc

Today I would like to show you this little bandsaw box made ​​of yew wood.
The wood comes from a discarded yew root, which I found on the roadside.

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#1 posted 450 days ago

Yew couldn’t…

Yew didn’t…

Yew DID!

Beautiful little box!

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#2 posted 450 days ago

Nice job! Welcome to LJ.

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#3 posted 450 days ago

VERY nicely done! Welcome to Lumberjocks! :)

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#4 posted 450 days ago

Nice use of found wood. Good work!

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#5 posted 450 days ago

Nice Job. Welcome to the club.

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#6 posted 450 days ago

Welcome to LJ’s, a forum without international borders,

Nice work with your Yew stump, particularly as your workshop is so small, well done!

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#7 posted 450 days ago

Thanks for the nice comments

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#8 posted 450 days ago

Pretty pleased with that gorgeous band saw box! You certainly outdid yourself! Keep it up!

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#9 posted 450 days ago

That is really great. Good work.

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#10 posted 450 days ago

Very nicely done.

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#11 posted 450 days ago

Cool wood,cool box. Great job!

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#12 posted 450 days ago

A very nice design, some absolutely amazing wood, skillful sawing, and a flawless finish!That salvaged stump was ugly when you rescued it but you found its inner beauty. Great job.

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#13 posted 449 days ago

Nice use of that pretty chunk of wood…Welcome to the Forum

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#14 posted 449 days ago

Like the grain on the wood and finish, turned out a gorgeous box from salvaged wood. Great job!


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#15 posted 429 days ago

Great job on the box Fabian. Rod

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