The Woodshop Shed

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

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Dad,s funeral flag

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Dad,s funeral flagDad was a Korea War Veteran and proudly served his country. I was honored when my family asked me to make the case for his funeral flag. sorry that the pictures are tilted but I don't know how to fix that.



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Ash box for Spokeshaves, from scrap wood

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Ash box for Spokeshaves, from scrap woodhad some left over 1/4” Ash scraps, along with quite a bit of 3/4” x 3/4” sticks of Ash…Frame & Panel construction, corners were joined with a Tongue & Groove joint….plywood bottom sits on “slips” mitered and glued in place. racks for the spokeshaves are Pine scrapsStands 5-1/2” tall…front to back is 7-1/4”....and is 12-3/8” long…Brass hinges are mortised in place.
3 coats of Amber Shellac, followed by 3 coats of clear gloss poly.Seemed to be better than just hanging the spokeshaves up on a few nails…there is a foam drawer liner right under the cutters, just in case one should fall out…Chain to hold the lid while it is opened..Thanks for looking in..



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New Hope Blanket Chest

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Inspired by traditional Pennsylvania design, this chest is a dovetailer's delight. I'll bet that there's a blanket chest somewhere on your honey-do list. It's a useful piece that looks great in almost any room. And it's also the perfect project …Source

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Go Anywhere Truck

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Go Anywhere TruckI guess I was watching too many Alaska TV shows. I saw a picture similar to this so I thought that might be a cool project. I got the truck from Stetchup and see a picture of the tracks somewhere. I used Aspire and Rhino for the modeling.The tracks are made from Alder then I used a weather-oak stain for the coloring. They definitely looks like rubber. The rollers are padauk with poplar insets. I use poplar for most of it, but used Oak for the dash and steering wheel.Gary



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