Sculpted Ladle

I had a chunk of curly maple that I had trimmed off of a bowl blank.  The way it was shaped looked perfect for a ladle.  I used the bandsaw, a bur in a die grinder, the spindle sander, and hand sanding to shape the profile.

2015 Kitchen Utensil Challenge

Patrick’s Workshop
Nick Ferry
Ted Alexander
DIY Tyler
McGinns Woodshop
Rich McNatt
Jay Bates
April Wilkerson
Steve Carmichael
Dominic’s Woodworks
Alistair Darroch
Dale Wienke
Stephan Poehnlein
Tom  Howbridge
Adventures In DIY
Mike Fulton
Joe Whittaker
Peter Brown
Sterling Davis
Cy’s Corner
Jason Rausch
Rock N H Woodshop
The Nomadic Polywright Show
Andrea Arzensek
Wildman Project
Fabian’s Tiny Workshop
Darbin Ovar
Wood n Stuff w/ Steve French
Izzy Swan
Grady Hillhouse
Chris Pine workshop
Matthew Cremona
Jack Houweling
Eric Lindberg
RJB Wood Turner
Jeffery Ferguson
Dema  Gamayunov
Nicholas Gomez
Mark Christopher
Summers Woodworking

Chair Kits

Chair Kit Style 6 Assembly Instructions

Order Chair Kits here: What You’ll Need Sander with 120, 180, and 220 grit Sandpaper Router 5/16″ or greater roundover bit (for the front of

Post Frame Barn Build

So Many Purlins

Welcome back to the build!  Last time we got all the trusses flown in, and this time, I’m going to go to purlin purgatory. I’m

Post Frame Barn Build

Setting the Trusses

Welcome back to the build!  Yesterday we got those two trusses up there, and today we’re to continue on with making a building. We have

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  1. Might want to use the spoke shave ,hook knife and gouges.Would cut down on the dust and speed the process,…Did you ever turn the round carvers mallet I suggested for carving.???..Would releave the stress on the hands and arms and less chance of slips when carving your fans and shells! check out Follensbee for design refinement.

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