Matt’s Weekly Shop Update – Aug 10, 2018

I spent a great few days outdoors cutting up some logs on my sawmill. I made it through the two silver maple logs that I’ve had for about 8 months. They had some amazing color and spalting and the bigger one also included some embedded metals which made things fun. Back in the shop, I added the horizontal dividers to the sideboard. The top divider is dovetailed into the legs and the lower one connects to the legs with a double mortise and tenon.

Viewer Projects

Whiskey Box by Charles

I made this as a birthday gift for a close friend.  This box is made of Walnut and quilted flame maple using box joints. The shelf holding the glasses is live edge.

Dining Table by Skip

I’ve attached some photos of my first big furniture project. It is a dining room table 75″ x 32″ in a modern style. The top is red oak and the legs are white oak all finished with a dark walnut danish oil.

Fishing Net by Sean

Floating catch and release fishing net.  When boat fishing and you net a fish, you can leave the net in the water and the fish stays submerged while you get your gear ready for a release.
Oak, Maple, Mahogany & Walnut.

Barn Style Table by Alejandro

Pine is fine, white base and dark walnut stain on top. Finish with a hand made wipe on poly! I actually made three tables, two for clients and one for myself. The bigger tables are 8’x40” and the smaller one is 7’x40
Home Addition & Renovation

Setting the Final Beams

Welcome back to the home renovation and remodel project. Today we’re going to get back into the structural elements of the remodel. Chris and Chris

Home Addition & Renovation

Finishing the Subfloor and Adding the Pantry

Happy Friday, everybody. Hopefully today we get something done, because this has not been a productive week. We got lots of things done, but nothing

Home Addition & Renovation

Starting on the Non-Structural Framing

Welcome back to our home renovation and remodel project. Last time was a little more disjointed because we were trying to figure out some things

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