Router and Router Table Instruction

I am happy to announce that I will be teaching a Router and Router Table class at the Idea Foundry Columbus.  This is a beginners class where we will dive deep into the tool and showcase it’s capabilities and tricks and tips for quality results.  The router is the second most versatile tool in the […]

Past Holiday Projects

I had a lot of fun over the past Christmas season making a few things for my granddaughters.  A couple of pull toys and did a deep dive into the shop’s CNC router and made a Christmas Countdown Chalkboard and Santa’s Snack tray.

Fly Fishing Themed pens

Three Fly Fishing themed pens.  FINALLY someone makes the findings for these.  Been waiting a long time.   Antique Pewter, Antique Copper and Antique Brass.  Can’t wait to show these at the upcomng Independants Day show in Columbus #ID16      

Twohearts bandsaw box

I made both these beautiful bandsaw boxes from sappy Walnut with Ambrosia Maple handles.  The drawers are fulll flocked. I like to make boxes with less than high grade lumber because you get an infinite number of dramatic variations in the wood.  Even though they are the same  patterns, look how different they appear.

Simple Lift Lid Boxes

These are simple lift lid boxes I have been making.  They feature splined mitered corners and fitted lids. These are a lot of fun to make because you and mix different woods and create a wide variety of looks by just altering the bevel of the lid. I make these in 3 x 3, 3 […]

We Be Jammin Chuck……..

One of the biggest hurdles of turning a small vase is finishing the bottom. You turners know that once the shape is complete and the vase is hollow, it has to be reverse chucked to gain access to the bottom so it can be sanded, finished and parted off. For the Twig Pots I like […]