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    Recycled wood outdoor tables

    My inspiration for these tables came from the piles of 3/4" pine panelling I have from remodeling my art studio.  While the studio is still in progress, I'm finding lots of uses fo

    user-3268762 | Oct 30, 2014
    King Size Bed / Hard Maple

    This one is a king size, also made of 8/4 hard maple. All mortise & tenon joinery. The finish on this one is a water based polyurathane.

    EB9307 | Dec 26, 2013
    Queen Size Bed
    EB9307 | Aug 2, 2013
    Matsuri

    This is just a side table made of ash and beech, then it got tained and vintage effect white painted. Japanese furniture and style is my main inspiration.

    AulaFlamingo | Feb 28, 2013
    Series 3 Nightstand Project

    Another picture of the project to complement the first post.  This time I follow the guidance in a Fine Woodworking article on photographing your projects!

    76953h | Jan 13, 2013
    Adirondack Chair

    My son and I made this Adirondack chair for a 4H project. We used cypress.

    jonmscott | Aug 11, 2012
    Stool made from re-cycled Mahogany

    A 3 legged stool turned from re-cycled Mahogany

    480mm high, 285mm diameter top, 35mm thick, legs turned and tapered 35mm.

    chainsnapper | Aug 11, 2011
    PEWTER SHOT GLASS HOLDER

    I designed this holder tray to display some old pewter shot glasses and build it using some old door jamb material salvaged from a reno of a nineteen sixties house.

    skex | Jul 29, 2011
     Tea light holders

    tea light hyolders are made from teak wood.

    brendanrobertson | May 19, 2011
    Entertainment Center

    Red Oak Entertainment Center with 2 drawers. Drawers have dovetail slides. Drawer faces are quarter-sawn red oak. Beading added.

    Rogers pursuit | Mar 16, 2011
    Cube-Shaped Urn

    When my dog, a Rhodesian Ridgeback named "Elsa," died a few years back at the age of 12, I received her cremains in a non-descript cardboard box.

    Ed_Pirnik | Mar 10, 2011
    Cradle

    I built this cradle for a friend of the family. The cradle is a miniature copy of their own bed. I took a picture, imported it in the CAD drawing, gave it new dimensions and altered the design.

    piertechpierre | Feb 16, 2011
    Chess Board

    I made this Chess Board for my step son, it was originally to be a Christmas gift but turned into a March Birthday gift.

    dcollins72 | Feb 14, 2011
    blanket chest

    Made for my daughter's wedding present.  Hand carved front.  Embossed wood on front from lumber store.  Simple strip inlay.

    blackdaan | Feb 14, 2011
    Two cabinets

    Here are a couple of cabinets I built in my 2nd year of woodworking. The large one is comprised of a strange mix -- red oak, white oak and ash. Oh well, live and learn.

    Anatole | Nov 10, 2010
    Philip C. Lowe Bookcases

    A pair of bookcases based Phil Lowe's video workshop.

    GEide | Nov 8, 2010
    Bookends: Large lessons from a small project

    Originally posted on FineWoodworking.com

    Antondeg | Nov 8, 2010
    Tea Tray

    One item I like to make are trays. I find most bought trays are very small especially when trying to take breakfast to your wife.

    Antondeg | Nov 8, 2010
    Lift-Lid Box

    I crafted this lift-lid box in walnut, cherry, and mahogany with help from a Fine Woodworking editor, Tom Begnal, and inspiration from Doug Stowe.

    GEide | Nov 8, 2010
    Shaker-Inspired Stool

    I built this maple stool with help from two Taunton Press staffers, Helen Albert and John Lagan. The design is loosely based on a project in Peter Korn’s Woodworking Basics book.

    GEide | Nov 1, 2010
    Henry the Tiny Box

    I received a commision to build a tiny walnut

    StartWoodworking | Nov 1, 2010
    Small stool from ash

    This stool is made from Ash by project from Nick Gibbs book. This is my first project.

    Serg1234 | Nov 1, 2010
    My first Box

    This is my first box. After I built a sled for the tray I decided to make a box. I used basswood because I want to learn the different types of wood. The keys and top are red oak.

    Antondeg | Nov 1, 2010
    My First Workbench

    Inspired by Getting Started in Woodworking, I built this

    peman | Sep 1, 2010
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