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  1. drw

    Maple Bowl

    Dirk, beautiful wood and finish as well as excellent craftsmanship!
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    Knocked one off the "honey-do" list...

    Our pantry has the same issue as yours, so I showed your handiwork to my wife...I now have another project added to my "honey-do" list! Looks like a great solution to the problem.
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    Physics, Sculpture and WW'ing

    Very fascinating! I wish I had the talent/aptitude to build such artistic and engineering creations, but I know my limitations.
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    Chaos or shoulda' had a SawStop

    John, I am so sorry that you had to experience another hand injury. That said, I am appreciate you sharing your experience with makes us all a bit more careful. The cutting board is beautiful and is aptly named!
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    Vase number 2

    Beautiful! I like how you took the time to alternate the grain patterns, it adds to the beauty and uniqueness of the project.
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    Coffee table almost done

    Mark, beautiful work resulting in a beautiful table! It may have been your first time working with epoxy, butterflies, and angled M&T joints, but your work suggests it was done by and old pro! We miss you at our monthly lunch gatherings!
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    RDU Lunch this Friday - Feb 21

    I will be there; Adele is doubtful, here son and granddaughter are visiting from California.
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    Charity Vase

    Beautifully done! I do not have the foggiest idea regarding pricing...I suggest telling the auction organizers that it is "priceless" and see what happens.
  9. drw

    Video-Stupid Easy Floating Shelves 2 ways

    Gary, thanks for sharing these post! There are some very useful and practical techniques on display in these videos; in fact, I am going to be building the pocket hole floating shelves for our upstairs craft-room.
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    Glue-Up "Accident"

    While building the coffee table, which I recently posted, I experienced a situation that provided a lot of momentary anxiety, pain, and a little humor. I shared this experience with fellow-woodworkers during the recent Raleigh area shop crawl, but I thought others may identify with my story...
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    Just a look back

    Woody, " man's trash another man's treasure". When I was younger, I don't think I was very sentimental, but now that I am no longer young, I find that things that use to be just "things" are treasures...especially if they involved my children. I am sure your craftsmanship has improved over...
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    Coffee Table: Update

    Brad, I did turn the legs (thanks for asking). I am not a "Turner", in fact this is the first time I have actually used anything I turned in a project. I purpose made the turning simple, therefore repeatable. Overall, I am pleased...that said, if you placed all three turnings side by side you...
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    Coffee Table: Update

    Martin, the plan is to put some sort of storage baskets under the table, at least that I what I am told. In retrospect, perhaps I should have made the bottom shelf a few inches small than the table top...only time will tell!
  14. drw

    Coffee Table: Update

    We moved the coffee table from the shop to its new home, our living room. Many of you commented on the table's unusual shape, and it is unique - but, this is what my wife wanted. It certainly would not work with a traditional sofa, but I think it works well with our sectional sofa. As to the...

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    Coffee Table: Quarter Sawn White Oak
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    Coffee Table: Quarter Sawn White Oak
  20. drw

    Tick Stick

    Very clever, thanks for sharing.

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