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Woodworking in America: Erin Bell

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We're interviewing makers from all 50 states. Today we're featuring Erin Bell, a woodworker and small-business owner from Vermont. How did you get started woodworking? Who were your mentors? About 5 years ago I left my job and started working …Source

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Alabama football stick.

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Alabama football stick.If you are a collage football fan You know that Univ. of Alabama football is a big deal here. This wa c commision by a big fan. The team maskot is the Elephant. The howntooth below the elephant represents Coach Bear Bryans Hats. And a crimson tied red grip. It was a chalance I had never caved an elephant. I had the swirled stick so it just came toghther.



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My Tongue Drum...drum roll please

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My Tongue Drum...drum roll pleaseFirstly …yes Tongue Drums do grow on trees!In fact this one grew on an Australian Red Ironbark Gum tree.
Then was cut up for building stumps used in an Queenslander home/house.
Then they were unceremoniously dumped on the footpath as waste, due to being replaced by steel posts
Along comes some “loonie” woodworker and hauls them back home.After reading about Tongue Drums I decide to build a few.The construction process is documented in a blogThe tools used
1 x large circular saw
1x Table saw
1 x jointer
1x thicknesser
1x drum sander
1 x Router
Various hand sanders (which incidentlu are locked away now so nobody pinches them)
Titebond III
A few screws
6 x Super Balls (there were more but check the blog as to what happened to them)Acknowledgments :-
Gnarlyerik
Crowie
Carmichael Plans
and lots of other LJs providing moral support along the way, (again check the blog for their valuable dialogue)



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GRAY STAIN FARMHOUSE RANCH STYLE WOODEN TABLE

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GRAY STAIN FARMHOUSE RANCH STYLE WOODEN TABLEDining Room Table built from a reclaimed Redwood deck. Stained with a graystain and rustic whitestain on the edge. Farmstyle wooden table-legs are shaped like an X style shapeOne of a kind wooden dining tableTHIS WAS BUILT FROM AN OLD DECK



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