Those are awesome.
I'd like to.... If I can afford it and if @Mike1950 still has some.
That is some nice stuff.
Great description. Makes perfect sense. Simple but very effective way to do it. I don't know why I can't think of easy ways to lay things out like...
Very cool. I've got to try some like that. My kids would love them.
Very cool way to fix the crack. I'm gonna have to try that.
I assume that's what Marc posted a picture of above?
The biggest problem I have is due to the legs being live edge pieces as well. So they aren't symmetrical pieces. Maybe my skillz just aren't up to...
I can only hope that tree is colored like that.
Maybe pegging is the proper method and I just don't know the best way to do it to layout the holes in both the bottom of the bench and top of he legs
Guess I'll cut some bowl blanks then. Probably wind up posting them on here since I don't turn bowls. I may have to give it a shot one day. I...
I made this cherry bench a few years back from a local tree that was taken down for a transmission line right of way. I didn't want any hardware...
Yeah definitely just a small sample piece. The larger limbs are probably 12"-16" diameter. I plan to make a few benches from the trunk.
Working on a red maple tree in a relative's yard and I see that it's gonna have the ambrosia stripes. Considering asking the tree service to save...
Paul and I worked out a trade for some of this hedge. Will update the post once the wood has been received on both ends.
I'll give it a shot. Thanks
@Mike Hill what was your process for finishing those ebony pens. I noticed you said just polished. What compound did you use? How about sanding...
Nice job Stan.