Monthly Archives: January 2012

A cherry set of saw horses

These saw horses at present are being used to support my bench top. They were a fun build. Built from 8/4 cherry featuring draw bored mortise and tenon joinery along with wedge tenons for the cross members. The result is … Continue reading

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A little 10″ dovetail saw

I was looking for one of these and as luck would have it Josh from had posted this little fellow in his list of old tools for sale. I placed the order and he sent it out very quickly. I … Continue reading

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A fun little project for a friend’s pool hall

I had a friend of mine who is a local pool hall owner approach me about building a small trophy shelf. He stated, he wanted just a couple of shelves on a particular wall. To be honest with you he would have … Continue reading

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Looking back at a few jobs.

These are a few of the jobs from the past year. This is what I do for living. Much more to come.

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First project complete

  So, Here is the piece complete. The finish used was six coats of Danish oil rubbed out and four coats of wax polished out by hand. She ain’t perfect, But, the better half loves it. Enjoy and thanks for looking.

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First project Continued

Yes, at this point I have no bench. Is that like I have no bananas today; or, I am bananas. I guess the folding table will have to do.  Now I had thought I would photograph the entire process. I found … Continue reading

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Has it really been over a year?

   Wow, I really thought I would just tear into writing about my woodworking full boar. So, where have I been? Living life, working, taking care of the family, and woodworking. The past year has been a full one. I … Continue reading

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