Woodworking gifts for sale

I’ve been busy making sawdust along with some projects that would make fine Christmas gifts.  Fill out the comment form and I’ll figure shipping.

Walnut and Maple End Grain Cutting Board

Beautiful and classic look of end grain walnut and maple.

Approximate Dimensions: 16″ x 12″ x 1-1/4″

5 available, $125/each

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Padauk and Maple End Grain Cutting Board

Stunning contrast between the deep red/orange padauk and the light maple.

Approximate Dimensions: 18″ x 12″ x 1-1/4″

5 available, $149/each

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Walnut and Zebrawood Keepsake Box

Walnut and zebrawood were meant to be together!  They compliment each other so nicely.

Approximate Dimensions: 11″ x 6″ x 6″

$325

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Cherry Keepsake Box

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This box is made entirely out of cherry.  The lid has a strip of lighter sapwood along each edge as an accent.

Approximate Dimensions: 11″ x 6″ x 6″

$295


Maple and Cherry Keepsake Box with Hinged Lid

The maple on this box has much character – undulating grain and iridescence.  The cherry in the lid is very straight rift sawn grained with a subtle bee’s wing figure.

Approximate Dimensions: 10″ x 6″ x 7″

$295


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Cherry and Birdseye Maple Keepsake Box

This box subtle grain patterns that will show timeless beauty.

Approximate Dimensions: 7″ x 4″ x 5″

$249

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Cherry and Birdseye Maple Keepsake Box

The front of this box has a fan shaped grain pattern on it.

Approximate Dimensions: 8″ x 4″ x 5″

$249

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6-Pack Carrier

Rustic looking scorched pine 6-pack carrier with bottle opener.  Holds 12 ounce bottles.  22 ounce bomber carriers and growler carriers coming soon!

10 available, $49/each HOME BREW NOT INCLUDED!

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Smoothing Satinwood

I picked up some new plane infills recently and removed some of the wax to begin the drying process.  I began with a card scraper to take the bulk of the wax off.  Then I switched over to a plane to get the wax that had soaked into the wood.  I started out using my best Stanley #4 on this piece of curly satinwood.  As I expected, the grain tore out on each and every curl.  I switched over to my #6 infill smoother and the difference was like night and day.  Using that infill on the heavily figured wood was a dream!  I quickly had a pile of fluffy, see-through shavings and the tear out on the surface was gone.  This satinwood billet will make a beautiful plane!

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