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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...
A wedge-driven lid finishes off the exterior of my beginner's toolbox
This is the second one of these I made the first one sold within a month. Made of nails and tacks. The colored tacks had to be hand painted. Nailed into two layers of plywood, 1 3/4 and the other 12...
I own and operate a tie making company in New York City. To display the ties, i built two cedar supply boxes. The boxes are finished with a hand-rubbed beeswax. The tag was stenciled on using flat...
Reclaimed tool boxes. https://www.facebook.com/HumboldtHardware
This one is in pippy yew and a b****r it is to work with too.
Anyway it is now done (one had to go on the fire) with maple trays to keep the money we get from selling our honey in.
Finish GF ARSA...
following the box addiction a bit of burr poplar came my way from scotland. it is surprising quite how interesting the figure in it is.
Anyway the cnstruction is pretty obvious and finished...
This blueprint consists of a overall close to perfect workshop. As you can see I laid out all of my machines and materials in a orderly fashion in a letter C shape. Starting at the bottom you pick...
This is my first attempt at box making. I based it on a design I found in Doug Stowe's excellent book 'Basic Box Making' and added some drawers to his basic design. It was quite a challenging...
Plain pine box out of 3/4" knotty pine, dovetail joinery, glued and screwed. No visible screws inside or out. Clear lacquer finish, steel wooled and waxed. Have designed two other styles including a...
Check out boxes from around the globe at the Messler Gallery in Rockport, Maine
Laptop Display Box - Clean simple design. Design inspired by the rustic, lake front log home it's kept in.
This box was made from a crotch out of a storm damaged willow tree in my yard. When I started to cut it up I noticed some spalting and decided to explore it and this is the result. Inside the...
Arched-top, dovetailed keepsake box by John W. Nixon. This unique arched-top keepsake box is an eye catching item with a unique feature on the inside - a place to frame a picture.
It's that trout you know is out there - the creel buster.
The piece is about 12" wide
You know those shiny stones and bits of stuff you bring home from vacation can't remember where you got them a week later? Well I know where my pebbles from Walden are.
The box is...
Small stacking boxes, milled from maple wood from a storm-damaged
tree. They're meant to be used as a pot for growing a small herb or
flower. Each box is hollowed with a router from...
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