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Posted: Oct 19, 2017 12:00 PM
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5 cutting boards currently available! All finished with food safe mineral oil and beeswax mix, multiple different wood species like Bubinga and Jatoba. Let me know if you’re interested!
Posted: Oct 14, 2017 6:25 PM
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Quick preview of the Joiners Mallet. Not finished yet, need to get some metal BB’s to add some weight, but this combo is gonna look great. Zebrawood and Padauk mallet with some very tight grained redwood.
Posted: Oct 14, 2017 6:22 PM
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Some of my reclaimed redwood stock is pretty rough, especially if I resawed it on the bandsaw. Fortunately handplanes make quick work of that.
These two are for sale! Message if interested! First is Bubinga, Walnut, and Cherry Sapwood. Second is Walnut, Maple, and Jatoba (Brazilian Cherry) Endgrain.
Another chef’s knife in the works! Reclaimed redwood handle.
From the maple (possibly poplar?) tree that came down in the last storm we had. I carved some while it was green, but I’m letting some of it dry as well. #woodworking #reclaimed #salvaged
Two jewelry hangers that are currently available! The “wave” carving in the reclaimed redwood was an experiment, but I’m pretty happy with how it came out! Message me if interested!
Finished Chef’s knife! Was given an old Foster Bros knife with broken handles and a dull blade. New handles, fresh bevel edge, good to go! Will have more available soon, message if you’re interested!
Three boards in the finishing stages! Message me if you’re interested!
Wanted to do more of a butcher-block style board, but still show off the face grain of this redwood and some of the bird eye figure. It’s about 1.5” thick as well.
The underside of the slab I have available. Top is almost ready for finish, bottom needs a couple more epoxy pours and some sanding. Anyone in the market for a new coffee table?!
When finishing a knife handle, I like to cover the blade with newspaper and tape it together for safety, and also use a spring clamp to make it a tripod, so I can finish both sides of the handle simultaneously.
Gotta figure out something to use this pine for, I haven’t seen pine with heartwood like this before, but might make a nice console table for me to touch up my joinery skills with...
Finishing up this chef’s knife! 12” blade, super sharp, reclaimed redwood handle.
This thing is such a workhorse. Should’ve gotten one sooner.
Love how this Jatoba (Brazilian cherry) end grain contrasts with the walnut and maple. Because it's a smaller board and I didn't want to disrupt the design, I'm going to leave it without a juice groove.