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Amazing Bed in a Box

Amazing Bed in a Box

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Knockdown bed brings comfort to the campsite.

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Bowl in Birch and segmented Plum

Bowl in Birch and segmented Plum

Bowl in Birch and segmented Plum, finished with Odie's Oil. More details (including youtube video) on the making of this bowl here...

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Two segmented bowls in spalted Birch and Teak

Two segmented bowls in spalted Birch and Teak

Two bowls made of spalted Birch and segmented Teak. Diameter aprox. 5 3/4". Finished with home made oil finish, and topped with carnauba wax.   For more info on my work, follow my blog at ...

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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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Bowl of spalted Birch and spalted Rowan

Bowl of spalted Birch and spalted Rowan

Bowl made of spalted Birch (Betula pubescens) and spalted Rowan (Sorbus aucuparia). Diameter aprox. 7". Finnsished with three coats of Danish Oil - polished with fine steel wool in between the coats...

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Bowl in spalted and fresh birch

Bowl in spalted and fresh birch

Bowl in spalted and fresh birch (Betula pubescens). Diameter aprox. 7". Finnished with three coats of Danish Oil and polished with fine steel wool. If you want to see more, visit my pages on Blogspot...

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Tips for Tops

Tips for Tops

A favorite with kids of all ages, the spinning top is a great project for woodturners to practice their spindle turning cuts.

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Casket

Casket

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I was asked by a close friend to build him a casket.  He was diagnosed with terminal liver cancer and had 2-6 months to live.  I was honored to build it.  As a woodworker, it was a very enjoyable...

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Kids stool in birch

Kids stool in birch

Kids stool made from eurpean birch. Aprox 12'' long. No nails/screws - just wooden plugs and glue. Finnished with three coats of Liberon Finnishing Oil. Made it together with my girlfriend as a gift...

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Solid-Birch Cabinet

Solid-Birch Cabinet

Woodworker: Michael CharbonneauCharbonneau’s solid-birch cabinet is 18 in. deep by 32 in. wide by 36 in. tall. He says that the most timeconsuming aspects of building the piece were carving the...

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Birch Shaker Clock

Birch Shaker Clock

Woodworker: Martin J. MilkovitsThe original of this Shaker clock was made by Elder Micajah Tucker (1764–1848) of the Canterbury Shakers, and is an unusually ornate design by Shaker standards...

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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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Burnt Orange Sideboard with Scoops

Burnt Orange Sideboard with Scoops

Woodworker: Kipley Meyer Meyer created the scooped-out pattern of this sideboard (16 in. deep by 48 in. wide by 38 in. tall) with a cove bit and a handheld router. The birch carcase is finished with...

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Rustic Modern Credenza

Rustic Modern Credenza

Woodworker: Scott McGlassonMcGlasson designed this media cabinet (21 in. deep by 78 in. wide by 22 in. tall) to blend the clean lines of modern furniture with rustic details. He used locally grown...

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Mahogany and Madrone Chest of Drawers

Mahogany and Madrone Chest of Drawers

Woodworker: Steve OrtonOrton made this chest of drawers (18 in. deep by 24 in. wide by 66 in. tall) for his sister-in-law. At first she wanted a traditional Shaker-style chest, but then they decided...

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Cherry Shaker Cupboard

Cherry Shaker Cupboard

Woodworker: Andrew Maisel This tall Shaker cupboard was inspired by a Shaker piece built in Massachusetts around 1840. Maisel made it entirely from solid wood, using cherry for the exterior and birch...

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Ash Explosion Table

Ash Explosion Table

Woodworker: Seth Rolland This table is the result of Rolland’s experiments with steam-bending. He cut the wood partway and then steam-bent it open, holding the pieces apart with dowels. The white...

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Cherry Crib

Cherry Crib

Woodworker: Jeremy Weese Weese crafted this crib a few months before his first child was born. The engineer and "shop-dweller by night" used AutoCad to check the proportions and joinery before...

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“Whirlpool” Turned Vase

“Whirlpool” Turned Vase

Woodworker: Brian McEvoy McEvoy, a full-time professional turner since 1995, started out as a hobbyist in the mid 80’s. Now he creates general-use items as well as one-of-a-kind pieces for...

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Upholstered Living Room Chairs

Upholstered Living Room Chairs

Woodworker: Michael C. Fortune Fortune designed this chair with comfort in mind. The "stance" is receptive and welcoming. Vacuum-laminated birch veneer forms the upholstery's core and the metal work...

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