The Woodshop Shed

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

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Two sided bookmark

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Two sided bookmarkI wanted to try a two sided bookmark. Here's what I came up with. It was a bit of a challenge to figure out how the octopus arms would look from the back.
I made the starfish by first cutting in the white piece. Then I carefully cut in the purple leaving a thin white line around the edge. Then I dipped a toothpick in white acrylic paint and added the dots you seen in the finished bookmarkGeorge



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VASE DISPLAY HOLDER

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VASE DISPLAY HOLDER A little vase display holder I made for my daughter .Made from a piece of red oak and finished with two colors of spray paint followed with a little sanding to expose some of the first color just a bit.
Nice little project and some good time in the shop .



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Just a Tool Box made of Ash

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Just a Tool Box made of AshResaw a bunch of Ash scraps, and a few of Pine, too. 6 drawers, and a storage compartment on top. Cap rail molding around the bottom edge. Foam pad and a chain for the storage area. Breadboard ends on the 1/4” thick lid.
Antique plated brass hardware.Size? Lid is 17-3/4” long, by 8” at the finger lift….case and lid combine to 8-3/4” tall. Compartment is 1-5/8” deep.
There MIGHT be a build along BLOG somewhere…something about a July Project? I was “Delayed”.....Still on the lookout for a pair of handles…need a way to carry this thing, when it gets filled up..
Thanks for looking in….



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Mirror "frames" (not really...)

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Mirror "frames" (not really...)For some reason we decided to redo a couple bathrooms this summer. We had large mirrors in each. Decided to try to salvage the mirrors but wanted them to look a bit more finished. My husband asked if I could make frames but I didn't see how to do a true frame and still use the hooks that were use previously to hold the mirrors to the wall. Decided to attach the wood directly to the mirrors rather than having the mirrors held within a frame. Used Gorilla adhesive to attach. We were able to use the same clips that hold the mirror in place I just had to router a spot for those. Had to attach the bottom board for each once it was in place as the mirrors had to be tilted to get in place. One was painted poplar (first two pictures) and the other was oak with General Finishes onyx water-based stain along with GF High Performance (like how the grain shows). Not super high level woodworking but one does have nice miters and did a extra thick side to give the illusion of a frame for the first one where the side is visible. Anyway saved some $$$$ by reusing.



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Tractor

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TractorJust completed this tractor like most of the models I make it does involve some turning and as it takes a little time I am not filling the house with bowls and other turning. I started this the loco and a truck all on the 17th of may this year and this is the last of the three. Finished with acrylic sander sealer and satin lacquer. Measures 11 1/2” L X 6 1/2” W X 7” T



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Beetle Kill Pine Accent Bowl

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Beetle Kill Pine Accent BowlFrom firewood to an accent bowl….that's what this is.Actually, it's a 26” x 9” bowl made out of pine beetle kill that surprised the heck out of me with the grain. Not only was there blue stain from beetle secretions, but there was also brown streaks that I have no idea what the heck caused them!The bowl was carved mostly using an Arbortech Mini TURBO Planer to rough out the shape followed by their contour sanding disc that also attached to the planer followed by a random orbital sander followed by a whole bunch of hand sanding until I got it down to 400 grit.I was originally going to have a friend who is a professional painter paint the bowl a deep red as an experiment. Problem is the red covered the grain colors, and that's not something I wanted in the finished product.Long story short, it needs one more coat of MinWax gloss hand rubbed poly followed by a coat of beeswax, so I hope I haven't jumped the gun, so to speak, by posting it now before it's actually 'finished'. The finish is actually still slightly tacky, hence the triangle cardboard stands holding it up.The finish is Watco Danish Oil 'Natural' followed by multiple coats of the MinWax with light sanding in between coats followed by that proverbial beeswax.Feedback welcome and TIA.TZH



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Adirondack chairs

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Adirondack chairsAdirondack chairs and table made from Western Red Cedar.Based on Norm's design.



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Cherry End Table

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Cherry End TableI just finished this end table in cherry, about 18” on each side, 24” tall. I used castle joints for the first time (had to try out my new dado stack). They ended up a bit loose, probably from sanding too much to get the fit looser, and I had to use the glue/sawdust fix to fill some cracks. I used the same pattern of routed channels filled with epoxy/black mica pigment that I used in my last end table (walnut). I was happy with how the bottom braces turned out, I read they are a very strong joint. I wish I had waited a few days to put it together, I just made a table saw sled for tapering legs and would have made that change. Finished it with 3 coats of arm-r-seal. I'm still a novice, but I'm trying something different each time I make something to broaden my skill set. My next project is another end table in walnut like my first one, but with tapered legs and a drawer.



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Wednesday Workshop 1- Delayed

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Wednesday Workshop 1- Delayed Going to be attempting to spend some time in the shop each Wednesday evening for a bit, mostly doing turnings and such. May or may not post all of them as projects but will start a blog on some of the goings on. That being said I got these done last night but the internet was down due to storms in the area so they are a bit delayed.
Made with Maple and Colorwood using the PSI Mini pen kit. Love how they came out and having a lot of fun experimenting with the scraps glue ups.CtL



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The Original Woodwork Gateway Drug

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The Original Woodwork Gateway DrugI'm pretty sure the humble cutting board project is responsible for fostering interest in woodworking more than any other other project. I say humble, but to be perfectly frank, some of the work people have done on this site are works of art and engineering marvels. Nothing humble about them, they've got it all, form, function, and style to hilt.In addition to their hobby-interest-piquing super power, cuttings boards also seem to be everyones favorite holiday gifts. The sampling above are some of the gifts I've made and passed out the last couple years. The second to last photo with the Purple Heart and Maple boards was my gateway drug, and first “serious” woodwork project. The first board was the most recent one I made just a few months ago. Personally, its my favorite of the bunch. I gave it to my mother.Pro tip- If you're going to give favorites away, there's no better recipient than your mother.



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Record Player Cabinet -Wine Rack- Buffet Table...Thing

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Record Player Cabinet -Wine Rack- Buffet Table...ThingTechnically, this was my first piece of furniture designed and built from scratch. Lots of mistakes along the way, but it was a good learning experience that yielded a suitable piece. The proportions are pretty goofy, but the space it was designed for restricted its length considerably. It was built for someone who wanted something to set their turntable on and display vinyls. They also wanted a place to store their wine and glasses and additional storage. Its a pretty eclectic mix, but the apartment it was made for was very, very tiny. Despite its odd proportions, it looks really quite good inside that little oddly shaped apartment building.Fortunate for the owners, they have since moved to a larger, more normal shaped house. Unfortunately for them, the extra living space really highlights the stubby length of the buffet table? Record cabinet? Wine Rack? Pile of wood? Not sure what to call it, other than unique.



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Demilune tables

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Demilune tablesWe needed a pair of tables for the basement, so I redesigned the demilune table I built several years ago, reducing the width by 6.” You are well familiar with the numerous steps involved in this type table, so it takes a while.One of those “oh, s*” moment occurred when routing the edge profile, using a router bit that should have been replaced. “Craaack” a,d off split a piece, and the router dug into the edge, as seen in the 3rd photo. I had planned to get them sanded, stained an d finished that day, but you know how these things go. I ran the top across the table saw, removing about 2” and scarfed a piece on and waited overnight for the glue to dry. Meanwhile, a trip to Rockler for a new bit; the old one is as far as I could throw it into the woods.



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Chess Set

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Chess Set Chess Set made for a friend from quarter sawn white oak leftovers from a chair build and walnut leftovers from a record cabinet build.First time cutting lock joints. Used on the carcass the drawer slides into and the board is doweled into. Good thing they're mostly invisible, because you can tell they were firsts. The recipient liked the set so much he even let me win the inaugural match played on it. Quite generous of him.



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Router Table Mortiser

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Router Table MortiserI have been making several small end tables with mortise and tenon joints and wanted to see I could design an apparatus to make mortises for the table aprons.Below are a few photos of a my Gen I mortiser that works on a router table. This mortiser has the workpiece plunge into a the fixed router bit instead of plunging the router into the workpieceThe workpiece is clamped to a carriage which can move up and down (Z axis). The carriage is made from aluminum plate and moves up and down on v-bearings.There are two other 'fences' and three 3/8-16 adjusters; the Y adjuster is for aligning the workpiece for and aft with respect the router bit, and two X adjusters to limit X travel to the left and right. My router table also has a lift, so the depth of the mortise of controlled by the lift.After adjusting the Y axis adjuster to align the workpiece for and aft, and the two X axis adjusters, the workpiece is plunged into the router bit and moved left and right between the screw stops.This setup works well as is, but I am sure I will make some refinements down the road to make it easier to set up and operate.



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Watch Box from Scraps

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Watch Box from ScrapsThis is a watchbox for my youngest son for his 25th birthday.Its really made from some scraps I had . Idigbo makes up the front and back with Walnut for the sides. The Walnut grain flows from top to bottom so it matches the grain on the lid. The lid is a 9mm MDF panel set in a rebate in the Idigbo. The joint is inlayed with box wood and this boxwood inlay is also repeated in the middle of the top panel.There are three watch boxes inside holding two watches each. These are made from 6mm birch ply for the sides and front and back. This was veneered on both sides before I used a router with a top bearing and a template in 6mm MDF to cut all the sides to the same pattern. Corners of these were then all mitred and glued with a 3mm ply veneered panel set in a rabbet for the base. A brass handle was set into two holes drilled in the side panels. The base was lined with pig suede.The compartment below the watch boxes is lined with a Sapele panel split into two sections.The end “extra” box is MDF i veneered , top is solid Iroko and drawers are solid walnut with a piston fit.Box is lined in suede and the hinges were from the Smarthinge range from Andrew Crawford. They are so easy to fit and great quality. Watch pillows are a tan faux leather.
Finish is Shellac and buffed with microcrystaline was .Overall dimensions are 350250135mm



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DIY Swing With Arbor

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DIY Swing With Arbor I was approached by a neighbor that wanted to have a swing built for their back yard. Since there was no where to hang a swing from a porch, I had to make an Arbor for the swing to hang from. In my area the two best outdoor species available are Cedar and Cypress, so i brought the neighbor a piece of each wood and she liked the cedar, so that's what we built! I designed the swing to come apart into 6 main sub components so that it would be easy to move, first to their home, and then to their storage area while they go back to their second home for the summer. It was a lot of fun and you can see the full build video here: https://youtu.be/905ARDk_qCQ



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More rocking chairs

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More rocking chairsSo, after I finished my first rocking chair I asked my wife where she wanted them. Her reply was put them on the front porch. To me, that seemed like sacrilege. I had spent months researching, looking at Maloof rockers and other clones. Not to mention the hours of building and endless sanding. So it went in the house, as did the next one I made. Then one day I came across Gary Weeks website and saw that he made one specifically for outdoors. So I said to myself, challenged accepted! This is the final result. The wife is very happy.



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US Map

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US Map Some 1/4 inch plywood and recycled maple flooring for the frame.
Frame was all hand tools. Saw, planes, and shooting boards



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Vintage Traveling Tool Chest- Re-Mastered

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Vintage Traveling Tool Chest- Re-MasteredThis tool chest had been sitting in horse stable housing old tack for who knows how long before it came into my possession. The owner knew my hobby was to tinker around with wood, so he asked me if I would like this old tool chest he had laying around. I really wasn't sure what to expect, and when I went to collect it, seeing it on the dirt floor and covered in grime I wasn't sure it would be worth the effort of trying to restore. When I had to get help to lift it into the truck, my curiosity was piqued, this thing weighed a ton- empty. I at least wanted to get all the crud off it to see what kind of wood could weigh so much.The first two pictures are pretty much the condition of the chest as I got it. Unfortunately, as I began to clean everything and strip all the paint off (which I'm certain was lead based), it became evident that the aprons were not going to be salvageable. After realizing this, I decided to remove all the aprons and the lid dust seal and scrap it out. The upside to this was it made the carcass much easier to get down to the grain. After finally getting down to bare wood, was amazed to discover that not only was the entire carcass made from 4/4 oak, it was made from a single board! For reference, the carcass is 17” tall, 36” wide, and 18” deep. It was at this point I decided not only would I try and restore the chest, but that I would try and keep as much of the original character as I could. The top was made of soft maple. The edges had warped some, so I was unable to keep the entire panel, but I did manage to flatten enough of it that I could make a coffered top. The squiggles and doodles on top are original to whomever owned it before either I got it, or the guy that I got it from got it. For that matter, maybe the pre-date the chest itself, who knows.Thinking about the life of this chest, I found myself wondering who built it and where? Most especially when was it built? Unfortunately, the answers to most of the questions remain a mystery. I was able to date the hardware from the chest which spanned a couple decades, but the “newest” of the bit was 1934. There was newspaper clipping under the corner of the old bottom from 1955. My best guess, this was build somewhere in the late 30's or 40's on a farm that had its own oak trees. Theres an old lumber mill not far from the barn this came from, so it makes some sense that it probably didn't travel too far from its creator, who would have had access to gigantic oak boards most people wouldn't use for a tool chest that's supposed to be at least somewhat mobile.There weren't any tills in the chest when I got my hands on it, so those are 100% new, and while I really am pleased with how they turned out and how they look in the chest, its almost certainly not true to the style of the original creators. Once finished, I gave the tool chest back the man I got it from for Christmas. He was thrilled with the outcome, and really surprised that I was giving it back to him. I was just as happy to see that I made his day.Below are some pictures of the shelves and progress photos along the way.



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50TH ANNIVARSARY GIFT

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50TH ANNIVARSARY GIFTAUGUST 02, 2020What to give SWMBO for our 50th Anniversary?For those that watch or have wives that watch The Bachelor or Bachelorette show knows about the rose ceremony where the chosen are given a rose. Keep that thought.One day I was watching YouTube videos and came across one that showed how to make a rose out of copper. That gave me an idea for a gift for my wife of 50 years.So I decided that I would make a vase with the the number 50 on it. The container part was made with Oak and Sapele. The base was cumaru. The numbers were cut out of oak and glued on then rounded over with carving chisels.Finished with Watco Danish Oil.I then made the rose. It's made from some scraps of copper pipe I had laying around.I then added the stem (grounding wire) and some leaves..Then put the two together . and SWMBO liked it so it earned me lots of points.Hoped you enjoyed the short story.Comments and favorites welcomed and appreciated.Thanks for looking.



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It is not a Rocket

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It is not a RocketWhen i was making this stool a comment was made that it looked like I was sitting on a rocket. So when I made the seat there was a lot of shaping to distract the eye from that. Think it worked out.The timber is Australian Silky Oak. A colleague had to take a tree down in his yard, and he salvaged some of the trunk for me. The lengths were not huge so I will not get much more from it than this stool.My wife wants two. So matching the timber will be difficult, so I probably won't try. My sister wants two too.Not sure why but when I post from my phone the images are always sideways. If someone knows how to fix that let me know.



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Mahogany Office Desk

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Mahogany Office DeskBeing on COVID furlough gave me time to replace my old MDF laminate computer desk with a slight variation on the Home Office Desk featured in Woodsmith #144. I made the desk a full six foot length to allow for space in the knee-gap for a trash can and shredder.The four cabinets are made of 3/4” mahogany plywood with tongue and groove joinery. I used 3/4” quarter-sawn mahogany to make the six trim frames used between the cabinets, the two base units, and the desk top trim. I chose not to build the optional pencil drawer…The desk top is 3/4” mahogany ply with 1/2” MDF backing. I glued-up 1/2” thick ash for the drawers to be installed on 21” over-extension slides. Handles have a Celtic- braid design, used in lieu of recommended cup handles (the wife's contribution to the project!). All stained with neutral Minwax stain and 3-4 coats of gloss polyurethane.60 hours of work, two 4×8 panels of mahogany plywood, one 4×8 panel of 1/2” MDF, 26 bfdt of 3/4” QS mahogany, 21 bdft of ash for the drawers, 24 brass inserts for the hex bolts that connect cabinets and desktop together, and four pairs of drawer slides.Lessons learned:The cabinets would be just as strong using biscuit joinery rather than the precision (and time) needed to make precise tongue and groove joinery listed in the instructions; a slight deduction for the tongue width on the cabinet dimensions would have made construction far easier and time-saving. As such, I used biscuit joinery for the drawers…Installed drawer slides for the first time; thankfully YouTube has plenty of recommendations on how to do this…made some initial errors, but all drawers are smoothly operatingFinally, I used a free cut-list software (cutlistoptimizer.com) to efficiently cut the 4×8 sheets for minimum waste; I have enough leftover to make a top for an adjoining printer stand.Stay safe..masks are not a bad idea either when working with mahogany and MDF…very dusty!



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NestingTables

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NestingTablesHere are a pair of nesting side tables.This is a Wood Whisperer Guild project designed by Marc Spagnuolo. The bases are White Oak, with Walnut tops and side accents, finished with Osmo Top Oil. I made a few tweaks to the plans but am very happy with the outcome. These were a lot of fun to build.



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Grave Marker

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Grave MarkerCheck out this simple Grave Marker project with Tribute Box.Fun project for a serious occasion.https://youtu.be/k79XQOcLShIBob A in NJ
Aug 1 2020



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Shadow Box

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Shadow BoxI was looking at Steevedgood site and fount this simple shadow box to build.
I had built one last week and the wife gave it to a friend before I had taken any pictures, so thought I would build her another one and be sure to get the pictures this time. LOLBuilt with 1/4” birch plywood and birch trim with clear Danish oil finish.



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Whopper Plopper.... It works!

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Whopper Plopper.... It works!I made a bait that has a rotating tail and such a cool sound. It's called a whopper plopper. After a fashion I got it to work. It's made of white pine. Everything is hand made except the hooks.A great video of it that shows the complete build and in action in the water… such a cool sound. Click the picture below.



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Friday!!

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Friday!!So I managed to do it 5 nights in a row. I may actually go for 7 depending on how work goes tomorrow and the day goes Sunday. But that is for tomorrow.Today's offering is fire, well a fire lighter at least These are the Survival Pens from WC, Ferro Rod and Striker (clip) and a Grass Breaker which can also make a decent self defense item in a pinch. Again used up some smaller bits and made the laminates. Ambrosia Maple with Padauk and Walnut wit Padauk.Thanks for looking. I have a crazy time at work coming up and I am going to challenge myself to get in the shop one night a week at the minimum. Maybe I'll start a blog about it and not waste the space on the project page, we'll see.CtL



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Reclaimed massaranduba bed inspired by Green and Green (G&G)

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Reclaimed massaranduba bed inspired by Green and Green (G&G)My wife and I made a bed out of reclaimed wood (massaranduba) from our deck. Massaranduba is similar to ipe. It's finished with danish oil. I talked my Grandson into sanding for a while. We're going to make some matching nightstands next.



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