The Woodshop Shed

adventures in woodworking and home maintenance, from my shop in an oversized backyard shed

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Coffee Service Cabinet

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Coffee Service CabinetWe needed a place off of the kitchen counter for our pod coffee maker and the Espresso machine. Used wood I had plus one piece of 24×24 tile we had to buy. Was fun sizing it to the space. Drawers sized for the pods on top and deeper drawers on the bottom. The door holds a power strip and supplies underneath



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Walnut Cutting/Serving Boards

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Walnut Cutting/Serving BoardsMore Live Edge Walnut Cutting/serving Boards A feiw years ago, my brother gave me a walnut log about 40 inches long and 12 inches in diameter. After storing it for while, I had it sawed into 1” boards and stacked them in the rafters in my garage, seperated by stickers. These boards are rustic, following the outside of the original log (bark removed), and showing the lighter sapwood along both edges. Each has a thumb/hanging hole and has been sanded to 220 before several applications of food grade cutting board oil. The two with the maple accent stripes are about 10-11 inches long, and the rest range from 12-16 inches. I guess my brother will get to choose his favorite.



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Document box

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Document boxThis is another project that has been banging around inside my head for years. I started in January,and had to put it on hold for a few months of remodeling. It's tough getting back into something, at least for me.Then it got put on hold again for another couple months. I wondered if I would ever get done.To compound my problems, I made 2 at the same time. That's a lot of things to keep track of. I'm glad I hung in there, these will be gifts.The big tray will lift out, there is a 1/4” space under the tray when installed. A money stash.The box is spline mitered, the trays are rabbet joints.The insert in the top is laminated hardboard.14” x 14” x 5 and 1/2” Cherry and Baltic Birch ply. Mohawk Dead Flat lacquer and wax.



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