January 17, 2018
Anderson credits several FWW contributors with teaching him to build this table and chairs. The overall design came from Gary Rogowski, the curved, beveled edge from Daniel Chaffin, and the…
A new take on the classic Victrola with Greene & Greene design influences. This is my effort at combining classic design with modern technology. The turntable plugs directly into a…
I would like to invite you to see the publication of my project which I could entitle "beech - 105 pieces of solid wood". This stool which is, in my…
I loved making the sam maloof Low back dining chair. I learning curve for any woodworker. Photos maybe squashed, sorry if this is the case. First ever gallery upload.
I built this Strat clone body from two blocks of wood. I used a neck that came with a kit guitar.
Crafted from woods native to Colorado. Segmented scroll/band-saw sections with 28 to 36 segments and finished with gloss laquer. No two pieces are duplicated
English Jacobean Design Ash Material with chemical dye and oil/seedlac finish Renaissance floral carving and inlay of holly and ebony
More fun with hide glue, the veneer hammer, a Dremel on a trammel, and veneering a 90 degree curve!
My interpretation of the iconic chair
I made this toolbox for my son. I tried a couple different methods of corner joinery, both miter cuts with splines and dovetails.
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