dave 07

Niagara Falls, ON, CA
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Grand daughters bed

I made this bed for my grand daughter from pine and birch and finished to match the existing bedroom furniture. It's my own design and has plenty of storage in the drawers below for linen or toys.

grandfather clock

This is a picture of my second clock made from solid red oak. It has 3 coatings of dark stain and 5 coatings of hand rubbed varnish. I modified the finial and columns from the original plans. It...



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Re: Book Giveaway: A Lesson Plan for Wood Turning by James Rodgers

I've got the lathe, I've got the wood and I've got the time....just need the inspiration (book)

Re: You Can't Beat the Physics of Kickback

I use a radial arm saw in my shop and altho' it fires wood pieces it is not at me. I would really appreciate some safety tips on using it.

Re: UPDATE: Read a review of Wooden Boxes by the giveaway winner

This book would have been handy before I started my g'daughters jewerly box. But not too late for my next.

Re: UPDATE: Turning Toys with Richard Raffan

Made a train set that will be posted soon for my 2 yr old g'son always looking for new ideas. Thanks for the opportunity.

Re: UPDATE: The Foundations of Better Woodworking by Jeff Miller

As a novice woodworker I'm always interested in help.

Re: Bathroom Cabinet

As they say in Canada, very nice...eh

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Great Book of Wooden Toys, by Norm Marshall

Made wooden trains for grandson, i hpoe there's something in the book to make for my grandaughter (1 yr) when she's old enough. Thanks for the chance.

Re: grandfather clock

thanks, yes, i turned the spindels and columns on my lathe and then made a jig to hold them so that i could cut them exactly in half. That took a bit of fooling around to ensure they were cut exactly right, i didn't want to re-make them.



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