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Beethoven would love this music stand. And so do we

Beethoven would love this music stand. And so do we

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Roger Myers's federal music stand is a testimony to the value of trying new techniques, not being intimidated by challenges, and not being so serious that you're afraid to add a bit of whimsy to your design.

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Oak Leaf Theme, Dining Table

Oak Leaf Theme, Dining Table

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The theme of this dining table is based on the fall season with oak leaves and acorns. The table size is 31" tall x 51" wide x 93"long. Designing and making this table took me a little over 1800...

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Bowsaw built in a weekend

Bowsaw built in a weekend

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A quick and fun project, this saw was easy to make and is going to be very handy in the shop

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Installing a Lock on the Whiskey Cabinet

Installing a Lock on the Whiskey Cabinet

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With a router table and some hand tools, Ben Blackmar mortises the brass lock for this small cabinet into the door frame

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Furniture Student Builds Reproduction of Emily Dickinsons Bureau

Furniture Student Builds Reproduction of Emily Dickinson's Bureau

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A young furniture maker gets in touch with the past, and helps reconstruct Emily Dickinson's bedroom.

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Inlaying Pearl, and Abalone

Inlaying Pearl, and Abalone

    Cutting out the Pearl and Abalone and inserting into this marquetry panel was a little time consuming but very enjoyable. Using basically the Window Method for cutting in veneer. Cutting out...

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Ball and Claw Lions Foot,Coffee Table

Ball and Claw Lions Foot,"Coffee Table"

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This coffee table is 18" tall by 54" square and is placed into a very large and beautiful great room. The customer wanted the legs to have a lion foot gripping a ball similar to the American period...

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Spice Box

Spice Box

This spice box has a string inlay.

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Add an Inlaid Signature to Your Work

Add an Inlaid Signature to Your Work

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Learn a fast, simple technique for affixing a permanent signature to your woodworking projects

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Woodworking with Ebony

Woodworking with Ebony

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When it comes to working ebony, hand tools take center-stage

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How to Make a Scratch Stock for Beading

How to Make a Scratch Stock for Beading

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Turn scrap steel into a one-of-a-kind beading tool for fine furniture projects

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Peter Sandback Nails His Designs

Peter Sandback Nails His Designs

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Peter Sandback creates beautiful inlay with nails. Find out how he does it in a Masters of the Craft audio slideshow.

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Williamsburg Day 3: Fitting moldings, drawers, and inlay

Williamsburg Day 3: Fitting moldings, drawers, and inlay

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Another great day at Williamsburg's "Working Wood in the 18th Century" conference, filled with entertaining woodworking demos and tons of tips and inspiration to carry home.

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Ulrike Scribas Marquetry: Risk and Reward

Ulrike Scriba's Marquetry: Risk and Reward

Marquetry has a long history, and Ulrike Scriba was inspired by some of the fine work of the past three centuries in her native Germany. But her work strikes out in a new direction, blending an experimental approach to making patterns with an exacting grasp of the craft.

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Live Edge Inlaid Ambrosia Maple Dining Table

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A New Home for Mouth-Watering Marquetry

A New Home for Mouth-Watering Marquetry

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Woodworking inspiration via a new site dedicated to the craft of inlay and marquetry.

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How to Cut Decorative Parquetry or Marquetry Using the Window Method

How to Cut Decorative Parquetry or Marquetry Using the Window Method

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This Marquetry or Decorative Parquetry panel is an insert for a conference table. This is the companies logo, It’s an abstract design of an Black Hawk. The panel size is 24rdquo...

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Documenting a Shop Procedure (and also a Training Tool)

Documenting a Shop Procedure (and also a Training Tool)

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I sometimes regret not capturing and documenting successful shop construction procedures, particularly those complex ones not used frequently. I easily forget how I worked it out before, and end up...

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Bending an Inlay Strip

Bending an Inlay Strip

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I'm constructing the small sideboard as shown below. The lower front decorated rail has a strip inlay on the bottom curved edge. Not only was I unsure how to bend this strip in the shop, I was...

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Baby planes

Baby planes

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A look at an instrument maker's standby, and some ideas for using them in furniture making

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