The Woodshop Shed

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

November 2019
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
         

  Basic Search
Search:
Entire Site This Topic Only
Match:
Any All
Partial Whole Words only


Cabinet doors from oak

Furnished content.
(from Lumberjocks.com)


Cabinet doors from oakHello friends. Today I want to show my new project. It's cabinet doors to children play house furniture. Frames i made from oak and inserted laminate plywood
I hope that you like it



Read more here

posted at: 12:01am on 19-Nov-2019
path: /Woodworking | permalink | edit (requires password)

Comments:
0 comments, click here to add the first



Brick wall cutting board End grain

Furnished content.
(from Lumberjocks.com)


Brick wall cutting board End grain First time doing this style not to difficult but the color match is little off but may change size of bricks next attempt.These were 1.5 with the walnut and the oak space are .5 each. Overall is about 15 x 11 in size and is about 1 in thickness being E.N.D. grain .



Read more here

posted at: 12:01am on 19-Nov-2019
path: /Woodworking | permalink | edit (requires password)

Comments:
0 comments, click here to add the first



Koa Knife and Curly Koa and Wenge holder

Furnished content.
(from Lumberjocks.com)


Koa Knife and Curly Koa and Wenge holderHey Lumberjocks,
Any project with Koa looks exceptional and this knife project is no different. I had a chance to pick up a fair amount of Koa in Hawaii last month and will use it on a few knives aa well as accents for other projects. And yes several re-sawing projects that I am really looking forward to. This 8 chef's knife is high carbon steel, not stainless steel like most knives. It will sharpen easier and stay sharp longer, just takes some extra care. The high carbon steel is from France and the knife was made by Hoch Tools from Ft Bragg Ca. I modified the full tang to a hidden tang. I added brass bolster. I tried to add shape in to the handle with a fuller feel on the top of the handle and a little more knuckle clearance on the bottom off the handle. My attempt to make the knife ergo perfect for the user. The knife holder is Curly Koa with Wenge accent pieces added to the ends. I deviated from my standard treatments only using one coat of BLO followed by paste wood wax. I wanted to avoid any Poly U on this project. Items that will be handled with hands – I prefer wood wax. This is a present for Lee, the small group leader.
Thx for checking out the Koa Knife and Koa holder.
Greg



Read more here

posted at: 12:01am on 19-Nov-2019
path: /Woodworking | permalink | edit (requires password)

Comments:
0 comments, click here to add the first



Small Box in Sycamore

Furnished content.
(from Lumberjocks.com)


Small Box in SycamoreThis is a small trinket box I made for one of my grand-daughters. The corner joints are hand-formed dovetails. The top and bottom are rabbeted to fit inside the sides. The pieces were cut from a large sycamore slab given to me by a cousin. Dimensions: 1-1/2” x 1-3/4” x 3-1/2”



Read more here

posted at: 12:00am on 18-Nov-2019
path: /Woodworking | permalink | edit (requires password)

Comments:
0 comments, click here to add the first



November 2019
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
         


  Basic Search
Search:
Entire Site This Topic Only
Match:
Any All
Partial Whole Words only

Promoted by Feed Shark





RSS (site)  RSS (path)

ATOM (site)  ATOM (path)

Categories
 - blog home

 - Announcements  (0)
 - Annoyances  (0)
 - For_Sale  (0)
 - Home_and_Garden  (0)
 - Humor  (0)
 - Industry_News  (1341)
 - Massachusetts_USA  (0)
     - Swansea  (0)
 - Notices  (0)
 - Observations  (0)
 - Oddities  (0)
 - Reading  (0)
     - Books  (0)
     - Ebooks  (0)
     - Magazines  (0)
     - Online_Articles  (0)
 - Reviews  (0)
 - Rhode_Island_USA  (0)
     - Providence  (0)
 - Shop  (0)
 - Shop_Improvements  (2)
 - Woodworking  (3195)
     - Projects  (1)
     - Resources  (3)
     - Techniques  (179)
     - Tips  (0)
     - Videos  (7)


Archives
 -2019  November  (56)
 -2019  October  (89)
 -2019  September  (90)
 -2019  August  (92)
 -2019  July  (94)
 -2019  June  (89)
 -2019  May  (97)
 -2019  April  (89)
 -2019  March  (100)
 -2019  February  (93)
 -2019  January  (88)
 -2018  December  (28)
 -2018  November  (36)


My Sites

 - Millennium3Publishing.com

 - SponsorWorks.net

 - ListBug.com

 - TextEx.net

 - FindAdsHere.com

 - VisitLater.com