The Woodshop Shed

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

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Tote

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Tote While waiting for a tote to arrive for my newly acquired Stanley 7, I decided to make one. I got a little creative and dug some wood out of the scrap bin. I used canarywood, hard maple and bloodwood. It's not perfect, but for a first attempt I'm pleased with it.Chris



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Bandsaw Reindeer fun

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Bandsaw Reindeer funBandsaw Reindeer. About 5 inches high from various woods.
This was a fun project. Fairly quick and easy with gratifying results.I've watched Alex Snodgrass do this every time I go to any woodworking show, and I don't know how many times on Youtube. Figured it was about time I tried it…I looked at Matthew Wandel's pattern, but didn't want to wake anyone up by printing the pattern, so I sketched one out using elements from Wandel and Snodgrass styles. I've cut a few of these now and have more of an idea what I want it to look like. I plan to make an aluminum template so I can just trace it like I do the comfort birds.Until then, I'm just sketching it quick on the wood. I'm not yet up to Snodgrass 45 second freehand skill level yet. And I'm not keen on cutting off a finger…Various woods involved here. Paulownia, Ash, Chinaberry, Walnut, Cherry. So far the Chinaberry is my favorite.



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Cherry Dining Table

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Cherry Dining TableThe top of this dining table is all common cherry. I arranged the boards so there wouldn't be any grain matching so that the uniqueness of each board would be showcased. Cracks and knots are filled with black epoxy, clear epoxy and black CA glue. Now I have to start designing chairs. I coated it with Arm R Seal. I found this design while watching Ishitani Furniture on Youtube.



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