Your National Woodworking Month Projects – Part Two

Your National Woodworking Month Projects – Part Two

We’re continuing our exhibition of the great projects that you sent us during National Woodworking month. Stay tuned throughout May as we show off more of your projects and randomly select three winners!

Here is a picture for National Woodworking Month. It’s a carving made from a piece of wood I found in the forest.

-Scott Beyer

Gryphon statue carved from driftwood

This is my latest project, a Morris chair in quarter sawn white oak.

-Sam Morris

Morris chair and matching ottoman

I just completed this keepsake box.

-Mike Orlasky

Interior of keepsake box

Corner view of keepsake box

Side view of keepsake box

Front view of keepsake box

Here is my corner cabinet.

-Dave Busta
Decorah, Iowa

Corner cabinet with lights off

Corner cabinet half lit

Corner cabinet fully lit

A of the bowl I made using a Ringmaster. Domestic and exotic woods.

-Robert Newton
Sheboygan, WI

Top view of exotic wood bowl made with Ring Master
Side view of exotic wood bowl made with Ring Master

I just completed this Urn for our Grand dog (Chocolate Lab, we all miss him) he passed away last year. I selected a really nice figured Walnut for the main body and added an insert of Ash so I could engrave Name and Dates on the lighter coloured wood. The project is finished with multiple coats of Tung Oil and the last two coats were taken back to matte finish with 0000 Steel Wool. The size is 7″ tall and 4″ diameter.

I am very proud of how it turned out and I hope my Son and his family will like it.

-Peter Fabricius
Woodturner, Ontario

Walnut and ash wood pet urn

More to come throughout the month of May! Thank you all again!

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