The cherry spice box is ready for finish now that the lid is installed with the glass!
Spice box and Spoon Class: https://thewoodwhispererguild.com/product/spice-box-spoon/
Sept 30 & Oct 1, 2019
LEMME TELLYA ‘BOUT SUMPTIN’
Pencil Making Tool: https://www.in-kleind.com/store/Pencil-Making-Tool-c35225011
This is a patio table top that I made for my neighbor. It’s made from cedar and is cut into a icosagon (20 sided). All the voids were filled with epoxy and finished with spar urethane.
It’s not the most comfortable chair, but it’s my first chair design/build and I’m pretty happy with it. For version 2 I’d like to give the back rest a little curvature.
Here is a photo of an Ash bar top I just completed for a local restaurant in Knightstown, IN. The top is 20’ long and 24” wide. It was book matched on the butt end of the slabs. I finished it with 3 coats of clear epoxy. This was my first large epoxy pour and it turned out great!
This is a Walnut Queen Anne Style vanity and stool I made for a client. This client wanted something that looked like an antique piece her grandmother had, and this is what I came up with. The piece features hand-carved cabriole legs (my first time), hand-cut dovetailed drawers, and Antiqued Queen Anne hardware. I used poplar for my secondary wood. The desk is finished with amber shellac and lacquer.