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High chair revisited

High chair revisited

Made this high chair for my daughter 32 years ago (others also sat in it). Here it is again for my granddaughter, refinished and with a new tray.

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Arts and Craft Dining Chairs

Arts and Craft Dining Chairs

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These are the first of 12 chairs that I am making for my two son's and their families (6 chairs each). The first set is made from Red Oak, the second set will be made from White oak. The chairs were...

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Sam Maloof Inspired Walnut Sculptured Rocker

Sam Maloof Inspired Walnut Sculptured Rocker

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Completing a Maloof inspired rocking chair has been on my to-do list for about 18 months now and I purchased the walnut for it about a year ago. I'm giving this one to my son. I have built two other...

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Effigy of the Mind

Effigy of the Mind

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The 'Effigy of the Mind' was created to emphasise the creative thought of the mind. The seat profile was the only pre determined element of construction. The creation that followed was built up one...

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Tanzanian Throne Chair

Tanzanian Throne Chair

This is my interpretation of a Tanzanian Throne Chair. It was built for a fund raising charity auction for the CPPS Precious Blood missionaries who do work in Tanzania building schools and water...

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Charles Rohlfs 1898 Desk Chair Reproduction

Charles Rohlfs 1898 Desk Chair Reproduction

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  This is the second of three Charles Rohlfs chairs that I am trying to reproduce. I have made a number of chairs following this style of this chair, but decided to try to make a more faithful...

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Bar Stool

Bar Stool

It was made with steam bent laminated ash. And the back side of the backrest in in Wengè. 

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Greg Stewarts unorthodox Scottish shop.

Greg Stewart's unorthodox Scottish shop.

A very unorthodox setup for a shop none the less apart from hand tools its kind of workable in a h&s contravening haphazard way!A place to escape and create.   

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Best pieces from the biggest woodworking club in America

Best pieces from the biggest woodworking club in America

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Each year the San Diego Fine Woodworkers Association holds its annual show at the San Diego County Fair in Del Mar, Calif., drawing as many as 400 pieces from all around the U.S. This year was another wonderful outpouring of woodworking passion and talent.

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papas shop

papa's shop

My shop is on the main floor of  a dedicated building.   I have a full metal shop on the lower floor where my dust collector and compressor live.  I like to have multiple...

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K Arm Chair

K Arm Chair

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The chassis for this chair is essentially one piece, it is bonded long grain to long grain, there are no traditional "joints" used.  The seat and splat are joined to the frame...

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Comb back arm chair

Comb back arm chair

Similar in style to another chair I have on this site, in this example I modified the turnings and the rake and splay of the arms and legs and extended the length of the arms to account for the...

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Period chair

Period chair

Made in English ash with burl walnut veneer this design was my  take on a photo which appeared in Fine Woodworking Readers Gallery courtesy of Mr Daniel H Phillips of Dallas Texas. Thank...

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My Strategy with SketchUp

My Strategy with SketchUp

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There are a number of ways SketchUp is used in woodworking including:1. The development of a conceptual design2. Creating views and images for client review3. Working out a complex joint4. Estimating...

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Bending a Continuous Bow

Bending a Continuous Bow

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While struggling to steam bend fresh ash lumber in the shop, I'm also striving for better and easier methods of bending on the computer in SketchUp. For "real" bends, I'm learning to appreciate key...

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More on Mirroring with Flip Along

More on Mirroring with Flip Along

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Last week I showed how to mirror table legs using the Flip Along feature of SketchUp. As pointed out in comments to the post, there are conditions which will affect the results of Flip Along. In my...

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Cherry and ash stool

Cherry and ash stool

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I teach high school woodworking. This stool project is centered around the use of jigs and fixtures to drill the holes in the seats and legs, machine the round tenons, and cut the four sided tapers...

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The Pennsylvania Rocking Chair

The Pennsylvania Rocking Chair

A unique design employing bent lamination backbraces and rockers, floating backbraces that bend and turn to conform to the sitters shape and a coopered headreat which lets the grain flow in only one...

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Continuing on Ladder Back - The Centerline Framework

Continuing on Ladder Back - The Centerline Framework

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About two weeks ago, I showed the beginning steps involved in making the SketchUp model of a Ladder Back Chair - mainly the creation of the Back Posts. In this post, I will continue the modeling...

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Organizing, Bundling, and Printing Full-size Templates

Organizing, Bundling, and Printing Full-size Templates

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I've emphasized often, the benefits in the shop of having full-size templates as an output from the SketchUp model. Until now, I've created these templates one-by-one, printing as jpgs or pdfs on a...

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