Woodworking Talk - Woodworkers Forum - Streamwinner's Album: Misc.
It means miscellaneous.
2013 11 22 14.09.37
Krenov cabinet in black walnut and zebrawood.
2012 07 03 15.27.34
Small box I made for my dad.  The cherry burl on top came from his property.
First attempt at making a table with breadboard ends.  Reclaimed mahogany and maple.
First Krenov-style cabinet.
I made a couple of cribbage boards, but this is the only one I have a picture of.  Black walnut, maple, and zebrawood.
Here's my first project using mortise and tennon joinery.
Here's a mission hall table I made for the in-laws.  This is the first project I made with a drawer.  It works!
Here's a close-up of the fretwork.  Maple in the foreground and cherry behind.  I'm curious to see how it will look after a year when the cherry...
My colleague and friend lost her house in some wildfires a few years ago and then lost her rental house in another wildfire.  She just moved into her...
Better view of the top.
Here's the after pics.  Made a new top from left-over white oak flooring.  New doors: white oak frame and 1/4" birch plywood cut on the scroll saw in...
Got this for free following a garage sale.  Carcass was in good shape, so I decided to give it a facelift.  See after pics.
Just some more clipboards.
Detail up of the top, cherry and birds-eye maple.
Small table/stool I made for my office.  Wanted to get some practice doing mortise and tennons as well as experiment with the trestle design.  Cherry...
My third clipboard.  Mahogany, maple, black walnut, and sycamore, with almond plugs.  I didn't really like how this design came out; it looks kind of...
Clip board.  Gift for my sister.  Oak, cherry, mahogany, maple, jarrah, and oak, with black walnut plugs.
Another car I made for my son.  I'm happy that these are among his favorite toys.  The only wood I know for sure is the center piece, which is alder....
Welsh love spoon for my wife on our 4th anniversary.  Dragon = protection, ship's wheel = steering through life (and troubled waters), heart = love,...
Plans for this said it was a child's garden chair, but it's pretty big.  I built it for my 16 month-old son, so he'll have to grow into it.
For the best viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome