I'm going to be an aunt in a month so had to whip up a crib for the baby! 1.5years ago I didn't even know how to use a powerdrill so, this was a real challenge!
First time making shaker cabinet doors... I think I nailed it!
Japanese Chisels. 👍
We still posting cuttingboards???
Don’t know if that fits in here, but this is my self made (still in progress) tabletop game with 102 individually painted figures
She said I couldn’t build a table out of so little scrap, I said ‘hold my beer’
Wooden sign for our wedding. Walnut, maple, Brazilian cherry, white oak and mahogany on Red oak Ply
Damnit, 15 degree's off from the perfect cover up 😂
Magnetic knife block with birdseye maple veneer
First project in my first house. Goal is a 20 year table my theoretical kids and theoretical wife will eat on one day once I trick a girl into marriage
My final project for high school. An outdoor bench with plant pots on the side
I wanted to do something with my 4 year old daughter so I decided to introduce her to building with wood. Simple cherry and maple mitered box. She loved every minute of it. Now she's scrambling to figure out what to keep in it.
Bone shaped dog bowl holders I finished up today.
Crate built with left over cedar from another project
Had to make sure our nephew can help out his dad at the shop
Mid century modern dining table, black walnut. My first fine furniture piece I've attempted, I'm pretty proud of it!
My first completed project- Built in bench seat with storage- Made a lot of mistakes but it doesn’t even matter. Girl power
Cleaned up an old axe head, new handle, counterweight, about halfway done with the burner.
Walnut jewelry box - Connecticut Valley School of Woodworking, woodworking I
My first ever woodwork creation made out of scrap wood I found around the house. I'm not entirely sure what it is and what it's purpose is but I think it looks pretty cool.
Bought a 75 gallon corner aquarium about 8 years ago. Finally got around the building the stand!
Just made this axe handle.
I made a table for my gf :) not really a masterpiece but she liked it - what do you think?
The second urn of the four I’m making. Curly Koa, and Curly Red Milo medallion panel and slip feathers.
After watching Matt Estlea’s 40 min dovetail walkthrough 5 times; my initiation into woodworking!
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