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Building Your Own Wooden Fence

Building Your Own Wooden Fence

  Constructing your own fence is an easy way to add an elegant and function boundary to your property. Preassembled fence panels make it even easier for the DIYer. This article from Steeline Sheds ...

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Woodworking Business - What To Build To Make Profits

Woodworking Business - What To Build To Make Profits

Woodworking is a great art and hobby that you can quickly turn into business. You need to know that different woodwork projects will have different markets. For instance, if you are making toys, then...

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DIY Wooden Tiles

DIY Wooden Tiles

Wood tile flooring is quickly becoming the hottest trend in the flooring industry. With advancing technologies in the manufacturing sector, it now means it is easier to find an elegant looking wood...

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Characteristics of Good DIY Wooden American Barns Plan

Characteristics of Good DIY Wooden American Barns Plan

Barns are designed to provide storage for equipment used to care for farm animals and housing for the said animals. A properly built and designed barn can save a lot of effort, money and time. At the...

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Nebraska china hutch

Nebraska china hutch

The Nebraska hutch was made of rift sawn red oak with a two part stain of water soluble Moser early American cherry stain and a top stain of Minwax special walnut with a precat-laquer finish.

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Make an Easy Garden Bench

Make an Easy Garden Bench

  After I decided to make a diy wooden bench, I thought that I should keep it attractive and comfortable but still make it simply. I wanted an angled back so that the seating would not be...

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Building a Wooden Playground Adventureland

Building a Wooden Playground Adventureland

  Playgrounds today are complex wood play sets that feature swings, slides, and monkey bars for children to enjoy. To make the ideal adventure playground, why not attempt to build a sturdy structure...

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Writing Desk for a friend

Writing Desk for a friend

I got hold of a very massive slab of red oak which had been sitting in storage for the past 30 years and my friend needed a proper desk. The 3cm thick top was bookmatched and the wenge front, which...

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Four-legged Stool

Four-legged Stool

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Stool

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Computer Table

Computer Table

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Computer Table. Spalted oak and walnut. Angled mortise and tenons. 

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Benchtop Bench

Benchtop Bench

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Based on FWW article by Steve Latta. I highly suggest anyone over age 40 build one.  Very back & eye friendly. This thing has a ton of uses, I use it every time I'm in the shop now.  Light planing...

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Pore-filling Red Oak for an Arts & Crafts Table

Pore-filling Red Oak for an Arts & Crafts Table

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Filling big pores in red oak to smooth out the tabletop on this classic Arts & Crafts library table from FWW's archive.

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Cafe Chair

Cafe Chair

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My first chair design, a cafe chair with joinery inspired by Carlo Mollino. Ebonized red oak and jatoba repurposed from luxury flooring project waste. This is version 1.0 but I will be making slight...

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starter step

starter step

starter step, part of my stair case project

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Split Roubo Workbench

Split Roubo Workbench

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This is my split roubo bench made entirely from reclaimed barn oak. It is 3' X 7'. The center boxes can be removed for additional clamping, the boxes can also be flipped over for entire bench to be...

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Morris chair plans + Prairie Settle plans + springs = My recliner

Morris chair plans + Prairie Settle plans + springs = My recliner

This chair I made just for me. I've combined the Prairie Settle ,by Kevin Rodel. Issue 199. With the Morris Chair by Gregery Paulini. Issue 205. I kept the back the same, only longer. The seat frame...

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Live Edge Walnut/Oak Welcome Table

Live Edge Walnut/Oak Welcome Table

This piece was designed as a welcome table for our church.The asymmetrical design was heavily influenced by the shape of the live edge walnut slab that forms the top.The rift sawn red oak base...

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Sagamore Lawn Chair

Sagamore Lawn Chair

The sides and crest rail are laminations of 1/10 inch thick strips.  Three laminations are then joined to form a single side.  Crossmembers are solid wood, and the slats are solid wood that is...

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Bar

Bar

This bar was made for my good buddy for a wedding present.  I used Honduran Mahogany and red oak.  

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Plaque For the Man

Plaque For the Man

I designed and made this plaque for a boss and best friend.  I was made from mahogany and red oak.  I took me about a month to finish this project.  Everything was built by me except the cardboard...

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