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I made this Pennsylvania spice box from plans published in FW #196 by Steve Latta. I modified the feet (I did not like the original flat bracket feet and thus made ogee bracket feet) and the...
This is a reproduction of a classic piece from Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Our studio specializes in inspired pieces from this architect and designer. On this piece you find 10 small...
this is my dream shop it is 24'x45' it is a project of mine that hopefully will soon come true! i've placed the machinery in order that will work for me. i design and build to others specs, i also...
This shop would be our attic. the walls are slanted, so table top tools work best for storing, and have floor space. This also allows me to stock lumber on the shorter knee walls. So far...
I would start off by saying that this shop would be my dream work shop because I would use every tool listed on my plan to make varios projects.
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...
I’m a novice woodworker. This table was built as a gift for my office assistant using a combination of hand and machine techniques. It’s approximately 26 inches wide and 12 inches...
This countertop is for an 8 foot long cabinet in my home office. This project took 14 months to complete. I used mostly 1/4" square dowels of Poplar and Oak, with 1/4" Scant in both Oak and Poplar...
84L 36W 39H
13 Wood species used from local logger, Self Air dried, Salvaged stairs and pallets.
8 Months to complete.
Demountable for easier transport.
My wife has been after me to make a box to keep all her cross stitching supplies in. The boxis a cube 17" square with the feet height of 7/8" and extending beyond the cube 3/8" on each side. It will...
I wanted to do a project to practice hand-cut dovetails. When I saw Steve Latta's spicebox (FWW #196) it looked like an ideal project with more than 100 dovetails. I enhanced the design with...
This 4'x6' table top includes a center decoration adapted from "The Art of Wood Inlay" book. Marquetry was used for all of the decoration. The panel was then inset into a cavity created...
A keepsake box intended for close friends newly married. The top opens to hold their wedding rings which when opened the front drops open in unison (in the manner of a drawbridge) which holds...
I wanted to build a clock for myself and I had some nice walnut on hand and a Hermle movement.
This is a highly modified version of a clock in Fine Woodworking Magazine written by Lonnie Bird.
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