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  1. Smallpatch

    Starting To Build A Tea Pot.

    Two woods grown here by my wife, Chinese privet, variegated and I thought I was saving some walnut but it turned out to be oak I had stacked there. The easiest way to get the log ready for the lathe is first put the log in the Legacy Mill to knock off the bark and kinda get it round then go to the lathe... I had to stop and glue up some cracks was the reason I am doing two at once, let the glue dry on one while I play with the other.... and again, this is what I am shooting for. Don't matter if it will end up close or not, just doing one with some carving and maybe a name?
  2. Gerald

    Firewood

    My neighbor had some tree work done and I caught the cutters and asked for the river birch and the limbs they took off a live oak. Doing some hollow forms with the oak and it has some great grain and dark lines . this is just the turn to finish. Had to allow to dry a few days to sand well as the wet end grain did not sand well.
  3. Gerald

    Tissue Boxes

    Had a request from facility mgr at church for tissue boxes so they would not get crushed. So this is the beginning PIP. That small piece on the corner is tyo glue on the slide for a handle. view of the bottom dados r e test fit of bottom. After this discovered I had a gap on ends of slide so will have to fill that. More later this week
  4. From the album: Glenn Davis

    Mortise and Tenon Pegged construction
  5. Wayne Ellington

    NEXT PROJECT

    Well don't know what happens to my post earlier this morning seems to have disappeared. No telling what I did wrong. Finally finished this project after 3 out of town trips and some other activities that kept me away. It a lot work to make this in 3 sections for my small shop. The side and back panel is Birch Plywood from the home center. I was not too impress with it but that what my wanted. The face frame and doors frame is Red Oak lumber with 1/4 inch Red Oak Plywood panel. The shelves is what the home centers called Select Pine or Clear and Better Pine. It the closes that I could come up with to match the plywood. And yes my wife beat me to it in filling the shelves up beforwe I got the picture taken.
  6. Starting a new project a head shaped bookshelf made from red oak. The customer could not find anyone that would even consider doing this project for him. I got the design finalized and emailed the itemized bid to him and I was kind of hoping my bid would scare him into not doing the project but all he said was do you want half to start. This is the design he accepted. It will be about 3 1/2 feet wide, 5 1/2 feet tall and 11 1/2 inches deep.
  7. steven newman

    lid details.jpg

    From the album: Blanket Chest in Maple

    A look at the top. Most of the panel came to the shop as is. And was made of Oak. There is just a hint of white sap wood along the back edge. Birdseye maple to make the rest of the lid. Bread board ends use a sliding dovetail to attach to the ends of the lid. Two or three coats of Amber Shellac for a finish.
  8. MEBCWD

    Ichthus Wall Cross - Oak

    From the album: CWD Wall Crosses

    This was the second 3D model I crated and I incorporated the ichthus or fish symbol into the cross, This design also started as a necklace pendant for my jewelry and was enlarged and modified for the wall cross. This one cut from oak.
  9. MEBCWD

    Textured Wall Cross - Oak

    From the album: CWD Wall Crosses

    One more of my jewelry designs enlarged into a small wall cross. This is actually 1 of 6 designs in the Textured Cross Series. Oak again, are you asking if that is the only wood I can find?
  10. MEBCWD

    Heart Wall Cross2 - Oak

    From the album: CWD Wall Crosses

    This is another Heart cross of the same design as the last just a different color.
  11. MEBCWD

    Heart Wall Cross1 - Oak

    From the album: CWD Wall Crosses

    This design was a suggestion form my wife. She supervise every step of it's design so it would look how she had pictured it in her mind. Again this is an enlargement of a jewelry model.
  12. MEBCWD

    Ichthus Wall Cross - Re purposed Oak

    From the album: CWD Wall Crosses

    Another Ichthus Wall Cross this time modified to be cut from the side panel of an old oak hutch top which was a slightly thinner material.
  13. John Moody

    Logs to Lumber!

    A couple of weeks ago I posted this picture of some logs I got from a lady, carried to the mill to get sawn into lumber. Yesterday I got a call from my sawyer to come pick up the lumber. So we hooked up the 18' trailer and headed out to the saw mill which is about 10 miles from the house. As it turned out most of the logs were White Oak and a couple of Red Oak, two Poplar and two Hickory. He cut away the bad parts on the outside of the logs and looks like we got some good lumber. I had all of it sawn at 5/4 and there are a few pieces thicker. Most of the White Oak is on the front, some Red Oak and Poplar on the back and the Hickory on top. I have about 3' hanging off the back of the trailer. Not bad for $200.00.
  14. Good Morning Friends, In years gone by, what was the lumber that was known as a poor man's Oak?
  15. John Moody

    Shopping for lumber today!

    Today was the day to go do a little lumber shopping. I had a lady call me about these logs that were stacked close to her house and she wanted them gone. He husband had cut them and stacked them and she had no idea what it was and he had passed away. So I told her I would be happy to get them out of her way. She said come and get it. So this is how I shop for lumber. Much easier to put them on the trailer this way and easy to handle. After they were loaded I headed to the saw mill and let them unload them. He will call when me when they are ready to cut. I had him to cut them 5/4's. It will run .20/BF. Hard to beat those prices and it is nice to have friends with big equipment. So now I am back home and cleaning up the shop.
  16. Made this a few years ago. It's based on an old how-to plan resurrected by PopWoodworking. Behind is my cuddly grand-daughter and grandson with whom I share a birthday. And a rocking horse from another old plan.
  17. Gerald

    deskfile.JPG

    From the album: Furniture and tables

    Oak file drawer with 3 smaller drawers.
  18. Ron Altier

    Rarely seen Oak flower

    It was very cold here today and kept the garage shut up. It stayed around 40 degrees with my small heater. So I decided to finish a project that I had started years ago. A replica of the rare Oak tree flower It is pretty big and I left it alone for years because I didn't know how to finish it. I got an idea and put some leopard wood scrap in the center. I don't know who will want it yet, but I'm sure someone will speak up
  19. Ron Dudelston

    curio #3

    From the album: Oak Curio

  20. Ron Dudelston

    Curio with its happy owner

    From the album: Oak Curio

  21. Ron Altier

    Snack bar

    My daughter wanted a wood snack bar in her back yard. She knows little about wood and the effects of sun and the elements can have on wood, especially at a mile high altitude we have here. Then I told her the cost of real wood, real Oak. The next day she called and said she had the wood. ??????????? She knows little about wood, but had found something on Craigs list. I went to the place and it was a single guy who must have had some sort of divorce problems and wanted to sell some Oak. He had Three pieces 8 feet by 14 inches by an inch and a quarter thick. Plus another thinner piece he would toss in for $150, All were finished and beautiful. Anyway this is how it turned out, The support posts are the spike kind you drive in the ground I had never used them. It took some trial and error, but it came out good and amazingly strong. The bar is in the shape of a J and the pictures are looking from both directions
  22. I need three 10" pedestals for my 3 three-way valves for my brewery. So I am making these which are open in the back for access. The slotted end is the bottom where apiece of 3/4" (0 .730" really) ply will be fixed to strengthen them and mount the pedestal. I'm going to cut the top ends at a bias so the valves incline toward the operator. The taller will got in back the shorter in the front. This is cheap oak ply left over from the shelves I made. I have strips of elm that I'm going to use over the miter joints to soften them and eliminate the chippy splintery edges.
  23. Ron Dudelston

    curio #2

    From the album: Oak Curio

  24. Ron Dudelston

    curio #1

    From the album: Oak Curio

  25. Ron Dudelston

    Island.jpg

    I built new kitchen cabinets for our home and my asked wanted a new island. This has two doors on each side and two drawers for silverware. Top is edge grained hard maple.

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