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Coffee mug rack 1

Cut the piece of hemlock with a husqvarna 395xp. Put some oak pegs in and added a deerhead inlay. Mahogany stain with spar varnish and boom!!!



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Real simple with a chainsaw and a planer. You have to watch going through the planer as the board edge is uneven so..... be careful and if you do not feel safe doing it, then just use a sand disc very coarse on a grinder but take swaths from it in a sweep motion to keep even. Then finish with regular sanders. The pegs can be metal etc. But make sure you use big ones or your cups won't hang right.

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