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Does The Tree In My Front Yard Have Value? Part Two: Will Your Tree Make The Cut?

Does The Tree In My Front Yard Have Value? Part Two: Will Your Tree Make The Cut?

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Before you consider turning your yard tree into a piece of furniture, be sure you know what you’re in for.

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Does The Tree In My Front Yard Have Value?  Part One: No and Yes

Does The Tree In My Front Yard Have Value? Part One: No and Yes

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Before you consider turning your yard tree into a piece of furniture, be sure you know what you’re in for.

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The Demilune Chair

The Demilune Chair

Hello fellow woodworkers, I'm Daniel and I'm a professional woodworker. I'm posting my latest project, the Demilune Chair. I'm developing this design for a new style of woodworking for the market...

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Inside-out Live Edge Coffee Table

Inside-out Live Edge Coffee Table

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My friend wanted me to build him a live edge coffee table with spalted maple. My worry was that the live edge would be too brittle and it would break when he put his feet up. I also didn't want to...

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Flamingo workbench

Flamingo workbench

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This is my newest workbench I offer custom-made to anyone who wants to purchase one.

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Segmented tray

Segmented tray

My first serious segmented turning project. This tray is made of two solid pieces of Beech and trwo rings (each made from twelve pieces) of segmented Birch. Diameter: 7 1/2", height: 2 34"Finished...

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Matsuri

Matsuri

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This is just a side table made of ash and beech, then it got tained and vintage effect white painted. Japanese furniture and style is my main inspiration. Feedback are very welcome, thanks folks !  

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Bowl in sour birch and (healthy) beech

Bowl in sour birch and (healthy) beech

This is a test project for me. I've never worked in soured birch. It worked out well, though. The diameter i aprox. 7". Finnishing is Danish...

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Dovetail Workbench

Dovetail Workbench

Woodworker: Darnell Hagen When Hagen set out to build his dream bench, he knew he’d be using it for the next 40 years, so he went all out. The 15-9/16-in.-wide top and the panels used on the back...

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Ingrown Cabinet-on-Stand

Ingrown Cabinet-on-Stand

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Woodworker: Ron NolteNolte designed this cabinet-on-stand (12-in. deep by 44-in. wide by 69-in. tall) around an ingrown branch he discovered when he resawed a board. He bookmatched that piece of...

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Boxus Anatomous Sculpture

"Boxus Anatomous" Sculpture

Woodworker: Ernest BryantA professional woodworker, Bryant built “Boxus Anatomous” for his own amusement. He uses his creation to show clients different woods (mahogany, maple, birch, basswood...

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Modern Teak Sideboard

Modern Teak Sideboard

Woodworker: Ian Vincent Godfrey Godfrey, an Inside Passage School student, is drawn to the clean lines of Danish modern design and traditional construction techniques and hand tools. He created this...

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A Simple Chair

A Simple Chair

Woodworker: Mark Koons It took nearly 2,000 hours over 10 years to fully develop the design and build this chair. Koons scaled and proportioned the chair to accommodate a wide range of body types and...

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Panel Gauge

Panel Gauge

Woodworker: Michael Wollowski Wollowski used an early version of this panel gauge, which is basically an oversize marking gauge, while building a blanket chest. But he had difficulty controlling the...

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Adjustable Armchair

Adjustable Armchair

Woodworker: Josef HoffmanAustrian designer and architect Josef Hoffmann (1870-1956) designed this adjustable armchair around 1908. It is a quintessential example of the Arts and Crafts period. It...

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Hall Table

Hall Table

Crafted with a myriad of different materials, the “uncovered” tabletop is set with epoxy resin then the entire table is covered with lacquer and wax.

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Wycombe Windsor Chair

Wycombe Windsor Chair

Wycombe Windsor chair in beech. The Wycombe-style is characterized by the wheel in the back splat as well as the fantail supporting angled spindles.

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Thonet Side Chair

Thonet Side Chair

Thonet chair, circa 1860 made of steam-bent beech.

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Writing Cabinet

Writing Cabinet

Beechwood writing cabinet by Reinhold Johann.

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Windsor Stools

Windsor Stools

A collection of Windsor stools made by Harriet Hodges. She uses a variety of green hardwoods such as walnut, maple, and beech to make her stool. She outlines her design and construction process in FW#125, pp. 58-61.

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