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Woodworker: Andy Rae
Rae chose to use a particularly beautiful and heavily-burled board of hard maple for the seat of his rustic-style stool, turning it on the lathe and dishing the center deeply for...
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 try to line my equipment up so it can be used as an out feed table if necessary, Planer being the same height as the workbenchs etc. I have to raise the heights of some of the equipment to...
I am currently attending the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding in Port Townsend, Washington and in my final quarter. Looking to jobs and opportunities that lie ahead I have been coming up with...
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.
Get ready for christmas
now is the time to start planning
make a good pattern and cut out with a router
if you need help let me know
i have given many sleighs to friends over the years and they...
Another multi functional piece. Designed to sit next to a sofa this end table measures 63 -1/4" tall, 31-1/2" deep, and 22" wide. The top is from a single live edge board and was hand flattened...
I love creating multi-functional pieces. This table is designed to sit next to an armchair. 50" high, 26" deep, 21-1/4" wide. The top was made from a single live edge board and is set at 20". The...
This is an end table made from Mahogany. It measures 27" high, 22" deep, and 22" wide. I also make it 16" and 20" tall. The top is from a single live edge board. There are two leg styles that I...
These are two Log Beds I made for a family Cabin up in the Rocky Mountains. They are made from Lodgepole Pine trees that I harvested myself in the foothills.
Solid Walnut Dining Table for my wife.
Line inlay is red Oak. character inlay is Cherry.
Problem- How to create a strong footboard panel using five mesquite "shorts" assembled end-grain to end-grain? The two "sky" boards and three "mountain" boards ( 3/8 thick) are each glued together...
A five-inch round Nantucket Lightship basket using (mostly) traditional materials and methods. The base, handle, rim-halves and staves are of red oak, the weavers are 1.50 mm...
I build many styles and versions of these tables and benches as well as chairs, bedroom sets,livingroom sets,kitchen sets and other log and willow furniture and generally give them to family and...
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