Small veneered box made with cutoffs.
Nice break to build something small after building something big.
Solid Cherry Tripple Dresser made for my Daughter as the first piece of a bedroom set. Single timber (grain match) per row curved front dovetailed drawers.
Cherry dartboard cabinet on a french cleat. Finished with one coat Minwax Cherrywood Gel Stain and seven coats of Waterlox Original Sealer/Finish. About 60 hours.
Cherry, with breadboard ends on the top, Holly escutcheon, ogee bracket feet. Finish is BLO followed by orange shellac followed by one coat of 10 degree lacquer.
Dutch Pie Table is an old idea for a piece of furniture to have multiple uses; a round, half round or quarter round table with the remainder sections as shelves. Use it as storage shelves , then at...
Woodworker: Todd DeRosa
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Woodworker: Gregg Roth
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Woodworker: Mark Whitley
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Woodworker: Michael Lobby
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Woodworker: Mike Greenberg
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Woodworker: Andrew Maisel
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Woodworker: William N. Moore
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Woodworker: Seth Rolland
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Woodworker: Mark Edmundson
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Woodworker: Chris Hedges
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Woodworker: Kevin A. Tuffo
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Woodworker: Jeremy Weese
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Woodworker: Anthony Ferrigno
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