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Walnut Sideboard and Dresser by Andrew

I cut 3/32 veneer from the slabs I got from you and glued them to cherry drawer boxes. Beings that I cut thin veneer from the slab I had enough material left over to make a sideboard. I made the sideboard roughly from your guild project plans. It was modified down in size to fit my space but was roughly the same thing. Ok on 2nd thought I modified it pretty heavily but the internal structure is pretty much the same. I couldn’t get enough material from what I bought from you to make the door panels so i sorted through roughly 100 BF of walnut stock to find some figured material to match for the doors.

Pantry by Eric

This is my first major build. The box is made of 3/4” cherry plywood using pocket hole and dado joinery. The face frame and base are milled from rough sawn cherry and use hand cut mortise and table saw tenon joinery. The doors were milled from rough sawn cherry also. Rails and stiles are cut using a shaker-style router bit set. The center panels are floating and were “resawn“ on the table saw to create the book-match appearance. That experience inspired me to purchase a new Laguna 14-12 bandsaw.
The entire project is sanded to 220 grit and finished with General Finishes Arm R Seal.

mid century modern floating tv console by Jon

made of solid walnut its all from one tree. book matched with waterfall edges  . drawers are box jointed made of hard maple. console uses a recessed French cleat to mount to wall.
overall dimensions  60x12x5
the center section is a held on by magnets . the modern tv boxes use rf instead of ir to change channels etc.  so no direct line of sight is needed.

Handtool cabinet by Charles

Here is my latest project I just finished. I got inspired after seeing your Ashley Iles chisels hanging so nice and safe.  Anyway, the cabinet is made from reclaimed red oak and finished with. BLO and finish wax.  I was going for that same fell of a old fashioned hand tool. It’s all dado and dowel joinery, no nails!

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